The German government appear to be preparing for a major war in Europe, as Conscription (Draft) Orders are being secretly sent out to doctors telling them to report for duty.
Two doctors have disclosed that they received Orders, telling them that they must report to a military centre to begin Army service within 8 days of receipt, and warning them not discuss it with anybody.
The orders come less than one week after the government ominously warned citizens to stockpile food and water in the event of an emergency “which threatens our existence“.
One day later, the Czech Republic told its citizens to begin “preparing for the worst.” Five days later, the government of Finland began quietly telling its citizens, through local government Councils, to begin stockpiling food and water, to prepare for something bad.
On Monday, August 29, we reported that Russia had mobilised Reserve Army Troops for the first time since the 1968 invasion of Czechoslovakia. Yesterday, Tuesday August 30, we have found that the total mobilisation is actually 80 mobilisation brigades. About 10 tank brigades, 30 motor rifle brigades, 20 artillery and 20 other support brigades. So about 300,000 men.
SuperStation95 reached out to our contacts in the Pentagon, The Intelligence Community and the State Department and the answers we’re getting are very serious.
According to the Pentagon, there has never been a mobilization like this in Russia before. The shear size of it is described by seasoned Pentagon officials as “staggering!” According to two separate sources in the Intelligence Community, various intel sources indicate the Russians intend to take action – but they are not certain if that action will be in Ukraine, Syria or . . . Turkey. The fear is that the size of this mobilization may mean “all of the above.”
Our source in the Pentagon put it this way:
Russia has also mobilized divisions of the National Guard, and the NAF is mobilizing its reserves to go from 35,000 men to 95,000.
Russia has assured this will be a coalition war by sending its CSTO allies to the Belarussian-Polish border. So that includes units from Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan.
When you count it all up, Russia and allies now have something like half a million men on alert opposite Ukraine, the Baltics and Poland.
I’ve never seen anything like it.
Reservists in the Southern, Central and Western Military Districts are being called up, and trucks from the civilian sector are being transferred into military service as per the mobilization plans. In addition, workers in militarily vital industries in southern Russia are being conscripted into the Ministry of Defense – they can no longer quit or transfer without military approval for the duration of the alert.
According to the Russian Ministry of Defense
“There will also be carried out conscription of citizens from the reserve supply of automotive technology and the formation of military units of territorial defense in the Southern, Central Military District and the Northern Fleet.
Field offices of Bank of Russia for the first time will take the financial security troops apart from the permanent dislocation points. In addition, a number of enterprises of the military-industrial complex in southern Russia will test the willingness to carry out tasks for the supply and repair of weapons, military and special equipment.”
To understand the magnitude of what’s taking place, consider that 3 military districts each with ~ 50 administrative units (oblasts+republics). Only Stavropol has called-up 4600 reservists. If the average reserve call-up elsewhere is only half (average 3000) that makes this call-up of Russian Reserve Troops about 150, 000 !!!
Stavropol is home to a BKhiRVT. That’s a mobilization brigade, all the vehicles and weapons but no troops. They have now manned it with 4600 reservists, adding another maneuver brigade to the 49th Combined Arms Army. There are accounts of multiple BKhiRVTs in several Military Districts being manned.
This call-up of Reserves is almost unprecedented. They’ve never called up the reserves. Not for Crimea, or Georgia, or even even Chechnya.
In scale, this is closer to the mobilisation for the invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968.