Secret Plot Of Two Hundred Elite Neo-Nazi Soldiers Within German SAS

The secret plot of 200 Elite Neo-Nazi soldiers of Germany has been exposed. Under this, many politicians and immigrants were to be killed. This mission was named ‘X-Day’. This is acknowledged by the former head of Germany’s Special Force. In Germany, two hundred elite soldiers, who created a secret neo-Nazi faction equivalent to SAS (Special Air Services), plotted to crush the country’s immigrants.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel attends a memorial ceremony at the ‘Rykestrasse’ synagogue in Berlin, Germany, 09 November 2018. The year 2018 marks the 80th anniversary of the Kristallnacht, also known as Night of Broken Glass, a pogrom against the Jewish community that took place on the night from the 09 to the 10 of November 1938.

These soldiers are annoyed with allowing Angela Merkel to enter immigration in 2015 in Germany. He plotted to kill Green Party leader Claudia Roth, Foreign Minister Heiko Mass and former President Joachim Gok, for which he was given a code called X DAY. Before killing the elite soldiers, the officers dispersed the KSK unit of Bundeshwar and dispersed it.

According to Berlin’s new Weekly Focus Report, these 200 soldiers were about to target politicians who harbored immigrants who were responsible for misbehavior, terror and social unrest. Membership of these troops grew at the time when Chancellor Angela Merkel allowed ten million refugees to stay in the country in 2015.

In a report to foil the Nav-Nazis, it has been stated that, in many cases, it was made clear that conspirators would not hesitate to kill political opponents. Earlier, the police originally thought that the conspiracy was only an ill-conceived idea – but the people who questioned were exposed to the case by a former Air Chief.

The conspirators belonged to a group called All Uniter, which was established in 1996 to take care of soldiers traveling in Afghanistan and Africa. The unit has denied any information of the group.

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