Germany Predicts Putin Will Attack NATO by 2025

( – A European leak of secret German plans responding to a fantastical plot by Russian President Vladimir Putin to invade Europe in 2025 after defeating Ukraine in a spring offensive is causing writers with the U.K. outlet the Daily Mail to freak out and repeat the claims of the leaked report as if it’s an accurate prognostication of future events.

There’s no evidence provided in the report that Putin will expand the war beyond Ukraine and the Russian President has repeatedly suggested otherwise.

Nevertheless German war planners within its Ministry of Defence have scripted claims that Russia would expand the war against NATO member countries after defeating Ukraine in 2025.

Similar propaganda has been issued in Sweden, with their defense minister suggesting that war is possible in the near term and encouraging young men to sign up for the military.

The not-so-secret documents entitled “Alliance Defence 2025” claim that Russia will draft another 200,000 troops from its already irate civilian population to bolster their army in advance of a spring attack on Ukraine. The documents posit a victory for the Russians by June, and then Russian cyber attacks in July would prompt further Russian military action in Latvia, Estonia, and Lithuania under the guise of protecting ethnic Russians in the area.

Russia’s original reason for invading Ukraine was Ukrainian slaughter of ethnic Russians and Russia-aligned Ukrainians living in the Donbas and Crimea. Two new independent republicans were formed from Ukrainian territory in Donetsk and Lugansk, while Crimea voted in a referendum to join the Russian Federation. Ukraine maintains that all territories and peoples therein belong to their country.

The German leaked plans then claim Russia would attack the Suwalki Gap, which connects Poland, Russia and Lithuania and is the primary border between Russian territory and NATO-member state Poland. The documents allege that the timing of the attack would be such that it would take advantage of the American presidential elections and the transition of powers between administrations.

Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas warned that an aggressive Russian state advancing on Europe could be a reality in three to five years, citing internal “intelligence estimates.”

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