Sick claim: Russia may organise migrant sex attacks in Germany to sway public opinion against Chancellor Angela Merkel before next year's elections, claims an expert from the European Council on Foreign Relations.
The secret services in Russia and Syria may encourage refugees to carry out orchestrated sex attacks on German women in a sick bid to oust Angela Merkel from office, it’s been claimed.
According to News.com.au citing The Sun, the startling claim was made by an expert from the European Council on Foreign Relations, who said the foreign powers could work together in a bid to destabilise Germany in the run up to next year’s election.
The accusation against Russia comes after the CIA alleged Russian hackers had intervened in the 2016 US election to help Donald Trump get into the White House.
German tabloid Bild has now warned Mr Putin could also interfere in the upcoming general elections in Germany next year by turning the electorate against the Chancellor.
Gustav Gressel, an expert at the think-tank, said small numbers of refugees with links to the Kremlin and Syrian security services could be called into action to sway public opinion against the Chancellor.
Referring to a series of sex assaults in the city of Cologne during New Year’s Eve celebrations at the start of 2016 he said:
“What would happen, for example, if a similar event were repeated at a summer festival before the election as in the Silvesternacht in Cologne?
“How would Merkel stand then? What would be the consequence for the Bundestag election? Of course, this is an extreme example, but it is within the range of possibility.”
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