In germany we have the amadeo-antonio-foundation, a left-wing thinktank, which was founded by the president of our bundestag/parliament, is being financed by taxpayer money, works together with all larger news outlets, is led by an (ugly) ex-stasi jewess, is instrumental in deciding who is to be censored/attacked for being too right wing, and which is scrubbing the internet for content that has to be censored, and whose publishers need to be brought in front of a court for one of the many kinds of forbidden speech in germany. Oh, they're also providing financial and administrative support for "initiatives" before elections. They're also supporting "initiatives" and "youth cultures" which are "supporting" "civil society" in the wake of electoral victories of "far right parties". BTW, there are no "far right parties" in germany, because being far right is forbidden by the grundgesetz/constitution. Should you ever want to be treated like the worst kind of criminal there is, you just have to be far right and own firearms. They'll give you the tarrant treatment for even the slightest reason. The police, I mean.
The KSK planned nothing. That story is a diversion of a guy named "Franco A.". Said dude is a hero and mastertroll, which, while being a totally aryan KSK lieutenant, posed as a syrian asylum seeker, and got his asylum request granted. That was during a time when the (((government))) said, that everything is safe and sound, and there's no threat coming from those poor syrian refugees, which were mostly female doctors and engineers, who have their background story vetted in every detail. Having a german soldier-troll succesfully posing as a syrian refugee, without even speaking arabic, ridiculed the german government. Soon afterwards they came up with the "Day X plot", which is being presented as a large terror plot to be executed by franko a. and his friends. But it isn't about terrorists. It's about a prepping group with a few ex-military members do what preppers do. The whole story is a diversion from the other story, which made the german state look extremely deceitful and ridiculous.
Here's the wikipedia entry regarding the KSK-terrorists, aka. preppers:
And here's an article about our mastertroll:
Those articles from the time before they came up with the Day-X-plot seem to be memoryholed. I couldn't find them. But let me assure you, that his trollery was very well received by the sane part of the german public, especially because everything questionable he has done pointed towards a collector of some WW2 memorabilia, and nothing else, which, btw, is the reason why the (((state))) has raided many/most army barracks soon afterwards. They were looking for "forbidden items", aka. Wehrmacht-Uniforms and fotos, and found a few helmets with a swastika. And it's really 1984-esque, if you're looking for media articles you know were there, because everyone has seen them and talked about them, and which aren't there anymore. What's there now is a completely different story, which "always has been the truth". Like "We always were at war with eurasia".