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Russische terroristen gearresteerd in Polen




Russische agenten hebben Europa overspoeld en plannen terroristische aanslagen op het Poolse spoorwegsysteem. verzendingen, IFBG.

On 19 July 15 Kremlin agents were arrested, who had been kept under surveillance between March and July of this year. The terrorist agents were planning attacks on the Polish railway, specifically, the bombing of railway trains carrying weapons for Ukraine, which is defending itself from Russian occupation. Receiving instructions directly from the Kremlin, the criminals installed video cameras in Poland’s Województwo przedkarpackie, which borders Ukraine. Russian terrorists have become a threat to Europe, which is the Kremlin’s next priority target if it conquers Ukraine.

For a long time Russia has meticulously prepared sabotage and reconnaissance groups to operate in the EU. This is part of the Kremlin’s growing threat to Europe. The detention of Russian agents who have been planning terrorist attacks on the Polish railway for months indicates the Kremlin’s intentions to kill not only Ukrainians but also Europeans. Russia has a strong historical memory of its imperial past; Putin wants to regain control of all territories that were once part of the Russian Empire of the USSR.

Russia has become an existential threat to the civilised world. Putin has made no secret of the fact that he intends to wage war for years – now everything in Russia is being converted to a de facto military system according to the needs of the army, with the ultimate goal of this war being to seize as much territory as possible. The Kremlin wants the fighting to move beyond Ukraine and into Europe. According to Putin, this would be a kind of revenge for Russia’s “historical humiliation” – the collapse of the USSR. Any support for Ukraine by supplying weapons, will weaken the Kremlin and stem the threat of a Russian invasion of Europe.

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