In the latest nonwhite terrorist threat to hit Germany, the Federal Criminal Police Office (Bundeskriminalamt, BKA) has announced that Muslim terrorists are planning to use chemical weapons to poison drinking water supply systems.
The BKA issued its official warning today, saying that Muslim perpetrators are “able to procure larger quantities of chemicals and to use them,” in its latest Risikoanalyse im Bevölkerungsschutz (“Risk analysis for the Protection of the Population”) which is issued annually.
It is, the BKA said, a highly “realistic scenario” that there will be a chemical attack on the drinking water supply, on multi-family houses or food supplies, and there is also a “high risk potential” for attacks on transport facilities catering to the chemical industry.
The report says that a “determined and well-founded terrorist group” could be in a position to “utilize the potential for chemical hazards present in Germany within the framework of an attack on its objectives.”
According to reports in the German media, the BKA report contains a detailed description of the dangers of the threatened chemical attacks faced by Germany, and maps out how security agencies, hospitals, and rescue services should be prepared to deal with a chemical attack.
The report also says that it will be necessary to deploy the army in greater numbers than ever before, and that the government is prioritizing the building of additional “detoxification facilities.”
The number of terrorist attacks in Germany has risen sharply in direct proportion to the nonwhite invasion of that country.
On September 17, 2015, Rafik Mohamad Yousef was shot and killed when he attacked a German police officer with a knife in Berlin. Yousef and two other Iraqis, Ata R. and Mazen H., planned to assassinate Iraq’s then-current Prime Minister, Ayad Allawi, while he visited Germany. The three were among more than 20 affiliates of Ansar al-Islam, an Islamist group linked to al-Qaeda, arrested in Europe in 2004 as security officials asserted that the group was sneaking trained operatives into Europe to carry out attacks.
On February 26, 2016, Safia S. wounded a policeman by stabbing him in the neck while “acting on behalf of ISIS.”
On July 19, 2016, Riaz Khan Ahmadzai, an “asylum seeker” from Pakistan was shot dead after injuring four people, two critically, with a knife and hatchet on a train near Würzburg. A fifth person was injured outside.
On July 24, 2016, Mohammad Daleel, a Syrian “refugee” injured fifteen people, four seriously, in a suicide vest bombing outside a wine bar in Ansbach.
On December 19, 2016 Tunisian “asylum seeker” Anis Amri killed 12 people and injured 56 others in a truck ramming terrorist attack on a Christmas market in Berlin.
In addition to these attacks carried out in Germany, refugee-terrorists who passed through Germany also participated in the attacks in Paris and Brussels.