German neo-Nazi doomsday prepper network ′ordered body bags, made kill lists′ | Germany| News and in-depth reporting from Berlin and beyond | DW | 29.06.2019

Germany’s domestic intelligence agency says a conspiracy of neo-Nazis compiled a list of political opponents and ordered 200 body bags and quicklime in preparation for a potential collapse of state order, named “Day X.” Most of the more than 30 preppers, who called themselves Nordkreuz (Northern Cross), were associated with Germany’s police and military, including several former and one active member of the elite forces unit of the state police of Mecklenburg Western-Pomerania.

Source: German neo-Nazi doomsday prepper network ′ordered body bags, made kill lists′ | Germany| News and in-depth reporting from Berlin and beyond | DW | 29.06.2019

The BfV also believes that the group, which communicated via the messenger app Telegram, was preparing for Day X with “enormous intensity,” and had used data from police computers to compile a list of 25,000 names and addresses.

These mostly belonged to local politicians from Germany’s main political parties, the Christian Democrats, Social Democrats, Greens, and the Left party. All of of the politicians were considered supporters of “pro-refugee” policies.