THE TOXDAT MURDER STUDY BY “GoMoPa” -STASI OBERST-STELZER, “1st GDR Criminologist” – Secret Documents Revealed

Insiders call it the “killer bible” – on behalf of Stasi vice chief Gerhard Neiber, “GoMoPa” mastermind, Ehrenfried Stelzer (“professor murder”) wrote a precise study of how best to commit the perfect murder.

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This gives the Stelzer adepts of the “NEWS SERVICE” “GoMoPa” the right “know-how”. Insiders suspect “GoMoPa” of the murder of Heinz Gerlach (see below). Stasi Colonel Ehrenfried Stelzer is a good acquaintance, even a “top investor protection officer” at DIAS, the “investor protection lawyer” Jochen Resch.
ES, the Humboldt University’s 900-page study entitled “Toxdat” lists every conceivable way of killing people with poison. The 1988 draft for the Stasi names more than 200 toxic and radiating substances and describes in detail how they could be used. The chapter “Damage caused by the addition of radioactive substances” mentions particularly dangerous radionuclides: from strontium-90 to plutonium-238, but also microns of spent fuel rods from nuclear power plants.
The intelligence officials learned from the papers what effect these substances would have on humans. Combined damage was mentioned. The biological effect results from a chemical poison and a physical effect. If they are taught in food and beverages, they could cause blood / bone marrow damage and cancer that lead to infirmity. Of course, that depended on the psycho-physical response of the individual, Fuchs said in an interview, including the possibility that radiation could be harmful to health, not for all prisoners, but for those who are believed to to do it, to do it, to be allowed to do it on command. The scientists at the Humboldt University called this a liquidation method with a high potential for concealment due to late onset unspecific initial symptoms.
Destroying the existence of critics was the task of the Stasi. Legal doctor Prof. Thomas Daldrup from the University of Düsseldorf examined the so-called .Toxdat. Study of the GDR. a 900-page database of poisoning opportunities. Here is a detailed description of how even laypeople can get poisons and how best to hide a murder.
Prof. Thomas Daldrup, President Society for Toxicological and Forensic Chemistry: Here is an example of a substance that I don’t want to mention. .This substance fulfills to a large extent criteria for a poison suitable for the perfect murder .. So, one cannot read that other than that a guide to the perfect murder with poison is given here. Here it is quite clearly expressed, but the whole book is filled with such information.
Information on the masking of provoked accidents can also be found in Toxdat: .Faking traffic accidents by triggering loss of consciousness within seconds using a mini gas generator in ventilation shafts of cars.
There is, for example, the enigmatic traffic accident of the former GDR soccer player Lutz Eigendorf in 1983. Four years earlier, he had not returned to the GDR after playing in the Federal Republic. He was a passionate driver, his driving style risky, noted the spies of the Stasi in the west. Shortly before his traffic accident, the Stasi stopped his driving time and the exact route of his daily route from the stadium to his home.
Two years ago, new information appeared on the course of the accident. Was Eigendorf deliberately blinded? In the poison files of the Stasi it says:. Flash, Eigendorf .. Had Eigendorf secretly been given a pupil dilating agent?
The Berlin public prosecutor’s office cannot answer any questions about this since an autopsy has not been ordered, even after the new Stasi documents have appeared.
Jörg Berger, football coach Alemannia Aachen:
Everything is said here!
The Stasi knew that Berger was afraid of a possible contract murder to keep other footballers from fleeing:
.BERGER allegedly stated (…) that he should not fare as EIGENDORF ..
The Stasi believed that Berger was the mastermind behind the flight of several footballers from the Republic. When Berger was on the move to the 1st Bundesliga as a coach in the mid-1980s and the GDR athletes Falko Götz and Dirk Schlegel set off for West Germany, Berger seemed to be intolerable for the GDR.
.In the operative process .Ball. was operationally worked out that BERGER had a significant part in the betrayal of GÖTZ and SCHLEGEL ..
Jörg Berger, football coach: It can also be seen in these statements that they wanted to incapacitate me or that I wanted to be put out of work in the direction that I no longer work as a coach, so that I might no longer be influenced by players or maybe even by coaches to have..
In 1986 Berger suffered from mysterious symptoms of paralysis. The attempt at explanation back then: a virus infection. On behalf of report AUS MÜNCHEN, the legal doctor Prof. Wolfgang Eisenmenger analyzed medical files against the background of Toxdat Berger. Now it seems certain: Berger was poisoned.
Prof. Wolfgang Eisenmenger, Inner City Clinic of the University of Munich, Institute of Forensic Medicine:
If one critically evaluates the laboratory chemical findings from the hospital, one has to say that in retrospect there is nothing to suggest that the virus has gone through. Since the heavy metal poisoning has not been specifically investigated, it cannot be ruled out based on laboratory findings. (…) Coming. if you appreciate the clinical picture. especially heavy metals from the group of lead compounds and arsenic compounds.
Instructions to disguise arsenic poisoning. again delivers the GDR toxdat toxicity study.
Earlier Stasi employees also wanted to switch it off, believes Hartmut Büttner from Hanover. In 1995 he had a mysterious car accident that almost cost him his life. After reunification, the MP had researched the backers of the .Toxdat. Study and worked very hard for the Gauck authorities to disclose the Stasi files.
Hartmut Büttner, CDU member of the Bundestag in 1991:
I think it is scandalous that the old socialist, who was cheating with the champagne glass, has completely displaced the inmates of Bautzen.
When Büttner ´95 crashed on a straight, dust-dry road, no filigree inspection of the car takes place. The police release the scrap car while he is in a coma. A forwarding company hastily pays six times its value. Buttner was informed:
Hartmut Büttner, CDU member of the Bundestag: “This car has indeed been sent abroad. In this case to Poland. And in Poland this car was reported stolen after a week.
Many accidents and illnesses of former GDR system critics still do not seem to be resolved.
“The infiltration by Cyber-STASI takes on a new quality. “GoMoPa” GmbH, which has been insolvent for more than 2 years according to Bürgel, wants to do business advice. What sounds like a last joke by the bankrupt STASI people is really serious, dead serious, ”write the SJB GoMoPa victims on their homepage.
“Anyone who gets caught in the” GoMoPa “STASI octopus will be squeezed out like a lemon by the serial fraudsters,” SJB GoMoPa spokesman Heinz Friedrich warns of the machinations of the East Berlin “NEWS SERVICE” “GoMoPa”.
Hein Friedrich: “The dubious” NEWS SERVICE “proclaims” GoMoPa “on his webpage: We procure information and connections, evaluate them, channel the bottom line and transfer them to our clientele, which uses the knowledge to generate valuable benefits, which are not uncommon in the six-digit range. So very simple. This type of service is new in German-speaking countries. ”
“This service is not so new after all, because the” NEWS SERVICE “” GoMoPa “has been working as a Cyber ​​Stasi for years,” says “GoMoPa” expert Thomas Wilhelm.
“The founder of” GoMoPa “, Stasi Colonel Ehrenfried Stelzer,” tried to infiltrate the German economy in this way, reports Wilhelm. ”
“The” International Institute for Economic Security in Berlin “, the former top news service provider (West) and his partner (East) unanimously affirmed, should advise industrial companies on questions of economic security based on” ideal motives “. Hellenbroich and Stelzer want to “selflessly” (statutes) stand for “trouble-free economic” East-West relations and work for the benefit of the entrepreneurs: help fight against economic crime, educate about data and bank security “, wrote the” Spiegele “1990 about the Cooperation planned between Stelzer and ex-constitutional head Hellenbroich (“Spiegel” No. 51/1990).

Deep Throat, a “GoMoPa” insider, reports: “The concept came from Stasi Colonel Stelzer. The only new thing is how much criminal energy that is now being implemented in cyberspace. ”
ZDF documentary: “Special order murder. The Secrets of the Stasi-The Deadly Arm of the GDR ”

In the ZDF documentary “Special Mission Murder. The secrets of the Stasi “The deadly arm of the GDR reveals the deadly deeds of the Stasi around the“ first criminologist of the GDR ”, Ehrenfried Stelzer.
“Focus” writes: “In the report” Special Order Murder “, ZDF filmmakers shed light on the most mysterious missions of the most mysterious authority in the former GDR: the killing operations by the Ministry of State Security. More precisely: the supposed killing operations. Because you don’t (almost) know exactly. Above all, there are speculations about the deadly activity of the Stasi and rarely really reliable evidence. Which only makes things all the more mysterious and exciting … The fact that these are not all just fancies is documented by at least one case in which a murder order from the Stasi is documented in court. Wolfgang Welsch was an actor and opponent of the regime in the GDR. He spent seven years in prisons before the FRG bought him free. In the West, Welsch set up an escape aid organization that enabled many GDR citizens to escape the real existing tribulation – but even more so stamped him himself into an enemy of the Stasi.

The eastern secrets put false friends on him. Peter H. one of them accompanied Welsch with his wife and child on vacation to Israel. There the agent mixed rat poison into the food, which almost cost Welsch his life. In the so-called cutlet process, this case was specifically dealt with legally. And because this is the case, the subject of this good and impressively staged ZDF documentary unfortunately does not arise from a blossoming imagination. Rather, it belongs in the German history book. ”
The poison has a method among the Stasi killers.

At first the soccer teacher Jörg Berger, who fled from the GDR, only noticed a tingling sensation in the toes, then in the whole of his feet and hands. In addition, there was a fever, nausea and a general feeling of weakness. Did the Stasi poison him?
When he barely felt his limbs and could no longer walk, Jörg Berger had to give up his job for a long time. For many years, the popular trainer Berger had no explanation for his serious illness in 1986, nor could he explain why a wheel suddenly came off his new car.

“Styled” files
Only when he looked through his Stasi files after the Wall came down did he get a terrible suspicion: Was the GDR secret service behind his illness and the mysterious car accident? Did you “only” want to intimidate him? Or was there even an “official” killing plan?

How far has the Stasi gone? Leading Stasi officers continue to deny murders on behalf of the Ministry of State Security, and it is difficult to prove. Many files were “styled” shortly before the turn, explosive material was hectically destroyed. But the evidence chain, which makes murder intentions seem plausible, is getting denser. Jörg Berger will never know the truth. He died of cancer in June of this year.

Kidnapped to the east
The knowledge gained so far dates back to the 1950s, when the Stasi had “traitors” kidnapped from the west to the east. Some were executed after show trials, others remained forever. After the construction of the wall, the Stasi then trained “fighters” who practiced the liquidation of people on a secret military training area.

The Stasi also experimented with explosives. A Wartburg is blown up for practice purposes (re-enacted game scene). Was this experience “applied to attacks in the West?”

In the Stasi records authority in Berlin there are concrete murder plans: the fledged border officer Rudi Thurow was to be killed in 1963 with a hammer weighing 1,000 grams, the Stasi planned to mount an explosive device under the saddle of his moped for another fugitive.
Quote
“Liquidation involves the physical annihilation of individuals or groups of people. Accessible by: shooting, stabbing, burning, blasting, strangulating, slaying, poisoning, suffocating. ”
BStU: MfS training book, 1974

Ex-Stasi employees report
From the 1970s, murder plans were no longer written down – but they did exist. A former MfS officer reports to ZDF about plans to murder the escaped Secret Service agent Werner Stiller, and in another case there is a confession from a former MfS officer who was tasked with poisoning an escape assistant.
News still comes to light: A Stasi spy confirmed earlier this year that there were actually murder plans against the refugee soccer player Lutz Eigendorf.
The ZDF documentary “Special Order Murder” disproves the legend of the Stasi leadership that the MfS had nothing to do with contract killings. Testimonies, archival finds and investigative research prove the deadly energy with which the Stasi acted against “enemies” of the GDR regime. The late football coach Jörg Berger gave his last big interview for this ZDF production.

Even today, the old Stasi rope teams, such as the “NEWS SERVICE” “GoMoPa” with Stasi methods, continue to operate. This is also proven by their threatening emails against our journalists (see berndpulch.org).
In the targeted infiltration of West German economy and society, the “operational psychology” of the Stasi is still used today. The old Stasi minions are still active, as the example of the millions of dioxin poisoners and Stasi man Siegfried Siewert shows. His namesake Stasi man “Siegfried Sievert” is in fact the criminal convict Klaus Maurischat.
Deep Throat, Berlin: “For” GoMoPa “and their old Stasi cadres like psychotic Peter Ehlers, every means that is stored in their Stasi arsenal to eliminate opponents and take over in the financial market is right.”
As the million-fold DiOXIN poisoning shows, the Stasi rope teams do not shy away from anything if they believe that it is useful to their dubious goals. A shocking example of this is the fate of Stasi victim Joerg Berger.
The Stasi poisoned Joerg Berger with arsenic and lead. In his biography, the football coach Jörg Berger, who died far too early, describes the circumstances.
“My two halves” – that is his biography.
Berger says of his biography: “It is exactly the right time to write down my German-German history. Because now I have lived half of my life in the east and the other half in the west. ”
It is about his spectacular escape from the GDR in 1979, his cancer, his life as a football savior.

How the Stasi chased him in the west.
Since I had fled to the West in 1979, I had been closely monitoring how Lutz Eigendorf, who had fled the Republic a week before me, was behaving closely. He was very provocative, especially on television, massively criticized the state over there, so I wondered how long the Stasi would put up with it.
I had warned him: “Man, Lutz, stop this nonsense. If your old team plays Dynamo in Hamburg, don’t go to your former colleagues in the hotel or at the bar, just to show them how well you are doing in the West. ”
Eigendorf, who was certainly one of the most talented of the GDR refugees, showed no insight and did not want to take any advice.
When he had a car accident on March 5, 1983, in which he was critically injured and died two days later, I could only see this in connection with his provocative behavior. The autopsy showed that he had a high alcohol content in the blood (2.2 per thousand / day), but the evening before he was said to have drunk only a little, according to club colleagues.
Eigendorf was flashed by the Stasi.
Today, after more than 25 years, there is much to be said for a Stasi murder. However, there is no absolute proof. New research suggests that the Stasi Lutz may have secretly administered a pupil dilating agent in order to blind him specifically. “Eigenendorf flashed” is in his Stasi files.
From his day of the accident, I had my car checked regularly at various workshops. Suddenly I remembered some strange incidents. Once a wheel had come loose at 160 km / h, my tires had been stabbed several times. Now I could figure it out. I had an idea of ​​how far the MfS (Ministry of State Security, the editor) could go.
I could only have been brought back to the GDR with violence and drugs
On October 11, 1984, Bernd Stange called me from a hotel in Luxembourg, quite surprisingly. There, as the national football team of the GDR, he prepared his team for a World Cup qualifier. (…) Actually, this contact could have made me think, but it never occurred to me.
What I only learned from Heiko Mallwitz’s book “Trainer Between the Worlds”: State security had the intention of kidnapping me, better said, with Stange’s help. I still ask myself how you wanted to do it. Stange was rhetorically good, but so good that he could have made me use words to voluntarily go back over there – no, that was unimaginable. So, in my conclusion, only violence and drugs remained.
Jörg Berger was born on October 13, 1944 in Gotenhafen near Gdansk. His mother fled with him from the approaching Red Army in January 1945, and at the last moment did not travel with the “Wilhelm Gustloff”. Her luck. The ship was sunk (9,000 dead).

His Flight, His Clubs, His Successes Jörg Berger was born on October 13, 1944 in Gotenhafen near Gdansk. His mother fled with him from the approaching Red Army in January 1945, and at the last moment did not travel with the “Wilhelm Gustloff”. Her luck. The ship was sunk (9,000 dead) .His flight, his clubs, his successes He grew up in Leipzig, became a GDR youth player, played for Lok Leipzig. His flight, his clubs, his successes 1972 first coaching job at Carl Zeiss Jena (with Hans Meyer), later the B youth selection of the GDR, his escape, his clubs, his successes 1979 escape at an international match in Yugoslavia, his escape, his clubs, his successes 12 clubs as a coach (Düsseldorf, Kassel, Hanover , SC Freiburg, Frankfurt, Cologne, Schalke, Basel / Switzerland, Karlsruhe, again Frankfurt, Bursaspor / Turkey, Aachen, Rostock). His escape, his clubs, his successes Greatest successes: Last minute rescue with Frankfurt (1999) , Cup final with Aachen (2004).
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My limbs were dead.
In 1986 I switched from the second division Hessen Kassel to the first division Hannover. It was something the Stasi could hardly have wanted. Since then I’ve been in the headlines even more.
At this point I felt a tingling sensation, first in my left big toe, then in my feet and hands. In addition there was a fever, nausea and a general feeling of weakness. I thought I had caught a virus or maybe too much stress.
The tingling didn’t stop, got worse every day. Finally, I hardly felt my limbs, everything was numb and dead. Only when I could no longer walk did I see a specialist.
One investigation after another was undertaken – but no satisfactory explanation was found.
Nevertheless, the diffuse feeling that the illness was behind something other than a physical or psychological cause did not let go of me.
Lead and arsenic compounds were put into my food or drink.
After the Wall came down, I was asked to send my medical records to Professor Dr. Wolfgang Eisenmenger, working at the Institute of Forensic Medicine at Munich’s Ludwig Maximilians University. He came to the conclusion that the symptoms described therein were probably not a viral disease, but poisoning. He also specified this with regard to heavy metal poisoning from the group of lead and arsenic compounds.
The Stasi files do not provide clear information about this. The only thing that emerges from the files itself is that “aggressive behavior towards the enemy image of Berger” was the order of the day. In my reading: For me it was not exactly about murder, but about putting myself out of business. It was not for nothing that I was given a poison that caused paralysis. Still, in too high a dose it would have killed my limbs, but it could also have led to death. Then it would have been a contract murder. Most likely someone put it in a drink or food. I am lucky that I did not share Lutz Eigendorf’s fate.
I can’t forgive Stake.
A look at my Stasi files provided information about who was friend and who was enemy. In total, I counted 21 regular, informal staff members who had been assigned to me. Nine of them in the east. It was terrifying to read in black and white how close the Stasi was to me in the west. But the worst thing was the following certainty: Two people close to me had betrayed me. Rolf G. (a friend with whom Berger skied and camped, the editor) and Bernd Stange.
Stange denounced and betrayed people who were close to him, possibly in danger to take personal advantage. As a result, he had probably also become a GDR national coach.
I can’t forgive both. Because the disappointment of being betrayed by two friends still weighs on me today. ”

Informant: How the Stasi wants to wipe out the pension fund of the “class enemy”

An informant of the SJB-GoMoPa victims leaked explosive material: “How the Stasi planned and carried out their own escape from the Republic or How do we” flat out “the pension enemy of the class enemy.
In more than 30 pages, the infiltration of the FRG by the Stasi is detailed in this internal report from 1989. You can find the original report at http://sjb-fonds-opfer.com/?p=12919
In particular, the German pension funds, foundations, asset managers should be infiltrated in this way. In 1989 Gerd-Wilhelm Bennewirtz founds SJB.
Quote: “” We were sitting under an apple tree and decided to give it a try for a year. It couldn’t be more than going wrong, “Bennewirtz recalls.” 1989 is also the first year in Peter Ehler’s Xin biography.
1989 was also the starting point for many Stasi agents “to make it across – 1989 was the year of the turning point.
Der Spiegel wrote: “The unofficial employees (IM) were still sent from the GDR to the West in 1989.”
Quote in Focus “:“ The historian Hubertus Knabe believes that society in the West was influenced more intensively than previously assumed by the Stasi
FOCUS: In your book you claim that the West was directed and infiltrated by the Stasi. Does the history of the Federal Republic have to be rewritten?

Knabe: It has to be rewritten with regard to the activities of the GDR State Security Service. Contemporary research has so far ignored this conspiratorial dimension of the West German past. But no matter whether it is about politicians from the FDP or the Greens, the peace movement or the 1968 student revolt – the Stasi always had a foot in the door.

FOCUS: Was the work of the MfS actually so effective? Her colleague Helmut Müller-Enbergs stated that the effort and results of Stasi espionage were often in gross disproportion.

Knabe: Certainly there were wishful thinking on the part of the Stasi about their influence in the West. But the intensity of the infiltration is terrifying. Eight members of the Bundestag had MfS contacts. The list of politicians listed as informants ranges from Berlin’s SDS secretary Walter Barthel to the Greens’ political spokesman for Germany, Dirk Schneider. With their help, the GDR leadership had managed to find increasing acceptance in the neighboring democratic state until 1989, up to and including quasi-recognition by the government. ”

The decline of the weakened SED also led to the decline of the MfS. Not least because of this, the state security was unable to defend itself against the impending collapse. During the upheaval in the GDR, the general public’s anger was largely directed against the MfS, which symbolized the oppressive apparatus. The demonstration required the dissolution of the MfS. E. Krenz, Honecker’s successor, wanted to have a law on the powers of the MfS drawn up in November 1989. In November 1989, Prime Minister H. Modrow replaced the MfS with an “Office for National Security”. This successor organization was dissolved by pressure of the “round table” by a decision of the Council of Ministers in December 1989, although individual structures persisted – for example in the removal of documents. The planned establishment of a “constitutional protection of the GDR” and a “intelligence service of the GDR” was not least due to the steadfastness of the citizens’ movements and committees. The assault on the MfS headquarters in Normannenstrasse on January 15, 1990 may have been largely staged by the State Security. Further measures to dissolve the organs of state security took place under the de Maizière government. When the GDR joined the FRG, the MfS was dissolved – regardless of the corresponding “rope teams”.
These rope teams continue to use their old Stasi methods to infiltrate the German economy. This becomes particularly clear in the attempt by Stasi colonel Ehrenfried Stelzer with ex-constitutional protection chief Hellenroich to found a joint “security company” and in the activities of “GoMoPa”.
Deep Throat, Berlin: “From this Stasi environment” of the old rope teams come the “GoMoPa” people, but also the ex-Stasi squad with the code name “Peter Exxxx” (anonymized), who still uses Stasi methods of the “Operative Psychology” works
Stasi Colonel Ehrenfried Stelzer, “GoMoPa” mastermind and his deadly methods
(Investment Magazine, Investment, Das Investment) DAS ORIGINAL – Deep Throat unpacks: “The big man in the background who invented” GoMoPa “was Ehrenfried Stelzer, the” First Criminologist in the GDR “. Stasi insiders also called him “Professor Murder”. He allegedly died on February 10th, 2010 in Berlin at the age of 78. ”
The highly decorated Stasi colonel wrote, among other things, “Criminalistics and Forensic Sciences. Contributions to Theory and Practice of Socialist Criminalistics and Forensic Sciences ”. Stelzer was particularly knowledgeable in practice. In the practice of the Stasi contract murder. Because his position as professor of criminology at the communist Humbold University was only camouflage for the “first criminologist of the GDR”.
Stelzer was awarded several times by the MfS for his work (cf. HA KuSch: assessment of comrade Dr. Ehrenfried. Stelzer from April 22, 1965).
Scientific research into murderous ways of death was taught and learned at the Stasi (see cover picture) – also and especially with dioxin.
There were many options for killing public enemies in the GDR; let’s try a systematization here, as can be derived from documents – so far only available to us (such as the cases Eylert, Geißler, Höppner, Hübner, Krüger, Seum).

1. Shoot them or kill them with mines
The GDR border troops may have killed far more than 200 people by 1989 (see Filmer / Schwan 1991, Sauer / Plumeyer 1991). The Central Registration Office in Salzgitter – which the SPD wanted to close in response to the pressure from the SED! – identified 4,444 cases of “attempted and completed killing” by 1990 to prevent GDR escape; around 700 injuries were registered (Sauer / Plumeyer 1991, p. 79; see Föhrig 1996).
2. Terrorist judgments
By 1989 there were probably more than 200,000 political judgments and 10,000 executions in the GDR.
3. Murder after deportation from the operating area
(usually Federal Republic of Germany)
Fricke (personal Ausk. 9/1996) estimates the number of those abducted by the SED security service from the federal territory to the GDR to 120 defectors from the MfS and 700 other “state enemies”. About a dozen of the defectors are believed to have been executed; There are still no figures for the “enemies of the state” who have not survived their deportation.
4. Direct liquidation in the area of ​​operations and in the GDR
E.g. by shooting, strangling, drowning, etc. (pretending to be an accident, suicide, or “normal” crime).
5. Killing in detention centers
6. Murder in hospitals
In the GDR, not only were premature babies passively and actively killed in clinics, but enemies of the state were also killed in hospitals (e.g. during operations and other methods).
7. Killing in the work process
E.g. due to radiation exposure, harmful activity etc. for forced labor, accidents at work.
8. Commissioning western terrorists and other serious criminals
E.g. with murder, assassinations, acts of sabotage and terrorism and kidnapping.
Erich Mielke – he was a member of the Political Bureau of the SED and the highest MfS leader – warned in a college meeting on February 19, 1982 that what had been valid in the GDR since the 1950s (tape record; quoted internally by Stasi, 1991, P. 213):
“We are not immune to having a villain among us. If I knew that now, he wouldn’t be alive tomorrow. Short process. Because I’m a humanist. That’s why I have that opinion. […] The whole ramblings, because of no execution and no death sentence – all cheese, comrades. Execute, if necessary without judgment, ”(emphasis D.V.).
Politburo Mielke says nothing new here; Rarely, however, was the “standing above all laws”, the brutality and unscrupulousness of this criminal organization so clearly and openly characterized by its boss. Mielke wanted to deter, which is why the kidnapping and killing of “traitors” were always announced in the MfS and “made subject of detailed instruction” (Order No. 78/54 of the State Secretary for State Security, Ernst Wollweber, March 5, 1954; cit in Fricke 1994, p. 260). Wollweber had already made it clear in 1954/55 (all quoted in Fricke 1994, p. 260):
Change of scene:
Then after the fall of the wall, Stelzer tried to set up a joint “security” company for German companies with former head of the constitutional protection agency Hellenbroich. After the “Spiegel” reports about it, Hellenbroich withdraws.
“The most outstanding example of” peaceful coexistence “is the IHS company in Berlin. Owner: Heribert Hellenbroich, former President of the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, stumbled across the TIEDGE case and Professor Ehrenfried STELZER, better Colonel Stelzer, formerly Head of the Criminalistics Section at Humboldt -Universität Berlin.Professor Stelzer prepared EVERY report requested by the Stasi for Stasi Colonel Stelzer, ”says Rainer Schubert, Berlin.

Instead, Stelzer founds the “NEWS SERVICE” “GoMoPa”, according to the insider Deep Throat. For years, the investigators as well as the victims consider the group around the “figurehead”, the actually convicted serial offender only for a “normal” gang of criminals. The latest discoveries show, however, that an organized group undermined the economy here. In 2009, “GoMoPa” mastermind, Stasi colonel Ehrenfried Stelzer, dared to go public again.
The next public appearance of Stasi-Colonel Stelzer is again an issue in the “Spiegel”:
“The German Institute for Investor Protection (DIAS) has appointed Ehrenfried Stelzer as the new managing director. The “Spiegel” reports in its Monday edition. Until the fall of the Wall, Stelzer was head of the Criminalistics Section at the East Berlin Humboldt University. The section was considered a Stasi stronghold, Stelzer himself served the Stasi for decades as an “officer in special duty”, writes Der Spiegel. In April, Stelzer’s predecessor Volker Pietsch, who came from the Berlin consumer advice center as a financial specialist, resigned. The background to Pietsch’s departure is unclear, but may be related to the unsound financial situation of DIAS. Since it was founded five years ago, the association has been heavily dependent on donations from the Berlin investor protection law firm Resch. Its managing partner Jochen Resch is not only a DIAS member, but also a board member of the Brandenburg Consumer Center – one
Double function, which Resch accused of procuring through the DIAS client. Resch denies this. The DIAS was conceived independently “and was never a client shovel”. The new DIAS board member Stelzer is also considered a Resch man. You know each other “long years,” says Resch. One of Stelzer’s first acts was to dismiss the entire ten-member advisory board, most of whom were lawyers. ”
(June 13, 2009)
Attorney Jochen Resch has known Stelzer “for many years”, as he himself says.
The Stasi infiltration continues today:
The former
Interior Minister Jörg Schönbohm points out that Brandenburg is different
Stasi members had review practices than other countries, and because of that
has taken on more employees in percent.34 “In the ranks of
In 2009 the police are still around 240 former full-time and more than 1,200 unofficial
Stasi staff active. ”35 With a total police force in Brandenburg of around
That’s 7,000 employees, 20 percent.

Our constitutional state even allows Stasi members to be victorious about disinformation
an officially published book entitled “Hauptverwaltung A. Geschichte,
Tasks, Insights ”. The historian Thomas Wegener-Friis explains
“The contributions prove that the authors did not work on the history
capable and unwilling and that the mental state of the old Stasi elite
has not changed “.
These Stasi people live publicly in pride and boast that they have succeeded
be to infiltrate all Western intelligence agencies and not the other way around. A dubious one
Proud of their own skills, which quickly turns out to be a typical socialist
unmasked. If one excludes the ethical dimension, the correct measure becomes this
Can be made clear by comparing and answering the question: where can
Easier to steal car radios, in a university parking lot or in the
Underground car park for the police?
There is also the question of why the State Security Service was unrestricted
Power and omnipotence unable to “save” the GDR?
The Stasi was not overrun by tanks, but by its own people
chased away.

Siegfried Sievert or Siegfried Siewert – according to Hamlett, that’s the dioxin question. The former is the former Stasi agent and dioxin food chain poisoner – the latter name is the “pseudonym” of Klaus-Dieter Maurischat, the serial “criminal news” – “GoMoPa” fraud and extortionist.
In the network of “” GoMoPa “in a prominent place are RA Jochen Resch and the Stasi colonel Ehrenfried Stelzer, who allegedly died or disappeared under mysterious circumstances, and” detective “Medard Fuchsgruber.

The collapse of the GDR did not end the Stasi problem. Former Stasi employees were given top positions after the turnaround. In Brandenburg, several former Stasi employees even made it into the current red-red state government to take over the government there. In Saxony-Anhalt, too, former Stasi employees could get into the government after the state election. And many Stasi employees have also achieved high positions in business. So also the Mr. Sievert. But what was the purpose of this with dioxin poisoning? Was he really acting out of greed for profit, or was the nationwide poisoning a late revenge by the Stasi against the former class enemy?

 

As well as other Eastern European secret services, e.g. Ukraine’s secret service in the assassination attempt on President Viktor Yushchenko – the Stasi used dioxin and dioxin experts:
The file has the registration number II 153/71, is several
A hundred pages thick. A name on the lid: “Pluto”. Under
Siegfried Sievert (58), who was the managing director, spied this alias
of the feed manufacturer Harles and Jentzsch presumably for
is responsible for the dioxin scandal for 18 years
State security of the GDR. The BILD newspaper reports (Friday edition).

At the request of BILD, the responsible Birthler authority provided the documents
out now. According to BILD, the files reveal that the Stasi was founded in 1971
attention to the then 18-year-old Sievert. She was watching
its “decadent appearance”, its high intelligence and its
“Good connections to other youth groups”.
Sievert was recruited. From a report dated March 16, 1971:
“The candidate can be used to protect the youth (…)
will.”
According to BILD, Sievert chose his alias himself and cashed in from now on
Rewards for his “unofficial cooperation”. In the documents
there are numerous receipts, one from November 6, 1987:

“I hereby certify that I have received 100 marks for my work
Job.”
After graduating from high school, Sievert studied physics in Greifswald. He made
Career, continued to spy, reported intimate relationships
of his colleagues. This is how “IM-Pluto” wrote on September 25, 1986
about two colleagues: “The two intend to work together on the
FRG to visit. However, the fact is that between the colleague and
the colleague has had intimate relationships for a long time. (…)
From this fact it can be deduced that a journey together
used in the FRG with a high probability for an escape
becomes.”

Sievert showed no scruples according to the Stasi file. A leadership officer
noted: “The IM had no reservations about the charge
by people from his circle of contacts. ”
In 1993 Sievert rose at the feed manufacturer “Harles & Jentzsch”
a. In 2005 he became the sole managing director, increasing in only
five years sales quadrupled from 4.3 to around 20 million euros
the profit.

In the FRG, prosecutors are investigating 21 cases against Stasi officers for attempted murder or a date to murder. Heinrich S. is the only western IM (“racing driver”) who is convicted in this context. He was imprisoned for four and a half years for participating in the Stasi operations “Fürst” and “Parasit”.

East Berlin gives the orders to them, border provocateur Siegfried Sch. and to liquidate escape assistant Julius L. Both victims survive. Siegfried Sch., Because when he was attacked (after karate blows), the assassins dropped the magazine from the pistol. He can flee and is then considered to have disappeared.

Julius L. gets away because all 19 attempts by a hired criminal (IM “Karate”) to drop a bomb on his car fail. Sometimes he doesn’t find the car, sometimes there are too many witnesses, sometimes the car drives away too quickly. The explosives come from East Berlin. After the trial against him, IM “Karate” leaves the courtroom as an innocent and free man. The main defendants stay away from the start of the trial. Mielke representative Gerhard Neiber has it at heart. Stasi general Albert Schubert suffers from high blood pressure. The certificates are signed by doctors from Wandlitz.

To date, there is controversy about how the term “liquidation” is understood in Stasi jargon. Before the courts, almost all MfS employees claim that their language generally has nothing to do with “killing”. Rather make it “harmless”. The executive officer of “Rennfahrer”, on the other hand, admits that Siegfried Sch. and Julius L. should be “eliminated”. This is also the view of the West IM, to which East Berlin pays a total of 374,000 marks. He had clearly understood the instruction as a “murder order”. But never want to execute it. Allegedly, he just wants to scare the victims …
Erich Mielke (born in Wedding) was Minister of State Security (Stasi) in the GDR from 1957 until his resignation two days before the fall of the Berlin Wall. He also sits in the Politburo and is an army general. The Stasi chief is one of the main responsible for the expansion of the nationwide surveillance system. When he took over the branched-out apparatus, the agency had 14,000 full-time employees. In 1989 there were around 91,000. They spy, instruct and administer a further 173,000 unofficial spies. On November 13, 1989, Mielke spoke for the first time in front of the GDR People’s Chamber. He says: “I love – I love everyone – all people – Well, I love – I campaigned for it.” And reaps loud laughter. Mielke was sentenced to six years in 1993 for a double murder in 1931. In the meantime, he is buzzing in the former Stasi prison in Hohenschönhausen. Because of the poor conditions of detention, the judiciary later moved him to Moabit. In 1995 he was released on parole due to illness. Mielke died on May 21, 2000 at the age of 92 in a nursing home in Hohenschönhausen. Many call Mielke the “lord of fear”.

“The Ministry of State Security had over 100 spies on infiltrating West German human rights organizations. Almost all of your files are in the archive of the Gauck Authority. The unofficial employees (IM) were still sent from the GDR to the West in 1989.
Their task was to infiltrate the West Berlin Working Group on August 13 and the Society for Human Rights. Some of the Stasi spies even rose to managerial positions or founded their own local groups. The IM files contain correspondence, requests for help from GDR citizens and detailed reports on planned care measures. The agents were well prepared for the interviews that had previously been mandatory in West Berlin by Western intelligence agencies. A spy named “Axel” told the state law enforcement officers that he had been beaten by the Stasi during interrogations.
Other Mielke spies became members of escape aid organizations and betrayed their proteges to the Stasi. So one of the escape helpers of the “court-known criminal gang Fürch” (New Germany) delivered almost every one of his proteges not to the West, but to the Stasi. The reception camps for GDR citizens in Gießen and West Berlin were also checked with the help of Stasi spies. Some succeeded in establishing close contacts with conservative Western politicians and spying on them. The IM “Karl Diener” provided the Stasi with “operationally important information” on Germany’s policy. According to the Stasi action plan: “a representative of the government coalition of the FRG”, wrote the “Spiegel” in 1992.
SJB Fonds Skyline began to work in 1989. In 1989 Peter Ehlers did his first internship. What previously happened to these actors remains in the dark of history
In the key year of 1989, the Stasi sent its men to the west to continue their infiltration there. Anyone who gets in the way of the Stasi is classified as an enemy-negative person:
The expression hostile-negative person in the internal usage of the Ministry for State Security of the GDR referred to a person who was classified as a political opponent of the GDR system or generally socialism.
To do this, it could already be sufficient to have made several critical comments in the private circle as a normal GDR citizen, and that this had been reported by a spy of the MfS (unofficial employee). People who have repeatedly spoken negatively about the political system or its representatives in public have been referred to in this way. These included dissidents and critical intellectuals such as Rudolf Bahro and Robert Havemann as well as members of the various political and church resistance groups in the GDR in general.

 

In line with its self-image as a sword and shield of the party, the MfS fought such opponents – if their “hostile” attitude or their activities critical of the regime exceeded a certain threshold – with a series of open and covert measures. These included detentions, organizing professional failures, assassination, the destruction of private relationships through organized intrigue, and the psychological destruction of the target person, sometimes with the victim’s deliberate drive into suicide. These measures were carried out at the MfS under the collective term decomposition. Its theoretical basis was operative psychology, which was a separate subject at the ministry’s own university.
It is exactly these methods that the “NEWS SERVICE” “GoMoPa” also uses against critics.
Deep Throat: “The” GoMoPa “chiefs, above all Stasi colonel Ehrenfried Stelzer, the” first criminologist of the “GDR”, have sucked in the Stasi methods with breast milk. It even brags about in a narrow circle and how easy it is to infiltrate the West. ”
The Stasi laid the foundations with the so-called “Operative Psychology”, how you still use “NEWS SERVICE”, “GoMoPa” and the Hamburg branch:
“Operative Psychology” was a research and teaching subject at the Law School (JHS) of the Ministry for State Security (MfS) of the GDR. This dealt with “the phenomena, conditions, regularities and psychological experience and the psychological control of the behavior and actions of people in the political and operational work of the MfS”. The knowledge gained in this way was used to “decompose” political opponents of the SED regime.
In the beginning, psychological knowledge was irrelevant during the training at the law school. The first publication on operational psychology dates from 1960. It was not until 1965 that the Ministry of State Security established an “Institute for Psychology”, which was later transformed into a chair in the section “Political-Operational Special Discipline”. With the entry into force of “Guideline 1/76” at the latest, factors influencing the personal development of people became more important. Research and teaching in “operative psychology” were practical and application-oriented. “Operative psychology” did not fundamentally bring new psychological findings to light, but dealt primarily analytically with the use of known methods. The students were given basic knowledge of psychology. For example, research results on people’s feelings, needs and relationships, as well as findings from group analysis and interpersonal phenomena such as trust, ties and leadership should be used for decomposition measures. “Operative Psychology” was a compulsory subject at the State Security Law School. The proportion of the total proportion of the course was 131 out of 2,615 teaching hours. A total of around 10,000 MfS officers have heard courses in psychology at the JHS. It was possible to acquire a doctoral degree with studies in “operative psychology”.

The knowledge base imparted during the MfS diploma lawyer training served directly as a practical means of fighting the enemy. The aim was to use psychological means to influence people in such a way that “they are shaken and gradually changed, or that contradictions and differences between hostile negative forces are created, exploited or strengthened” by “fragmentation, paralysis, disorganization and isolation hostile negative forces ”. The task of “operative psychology” was to “undermine a person’s self-confidence and self-esteem, to create fear, panic, confusion, to cause a loss of love and security and to cause disappointment”. Political opponents should cause life crises that made them so insecure and mentally stressed that they were deprived of time and energy for anti-state activities. The MfS as the mastermind of the measures should not be recognizable to the victims. Psychological means should help here “to recognize and influence the enemy’s psyche more precisely” in order to “gain knowledge about thoughts or feelings, typical behavior and psychological characteristics of the opponent, the valuable information for his exposure and liquidation, influencing, decomposition and surveillance” to obtain.
Even during interrogations, methods of “operative psychology” were used to “stimulate the willingness of individuals to make statements in the investigation work”. There were also noises and light effects to create insomnia, anxiety or disorientation. In addition, “operational psychology” was used by the management officers when working with unofficial employees (IM) in order to recruit new employees and to build relationships of trust.
Even today, psychosomatic illnesses and post-traumatic stress disorders can often be identified among the victims of decomposition measures based on “operative psychology”. The writer Jürgen Fuchs therefore spoke of “psychosocial crimes” and an “attack on the soul of man”, the psychotherapist Klaus Behnke described these methods as “psychological torture”.

Large areas of German society were infiltrated by the Stasi. Their “sources” in politics, military, business, media or science …
As the Financial Times Deutschland reported, around 17,000 former employees of the GDR Ministry for State Security work in the public service of the Federal Republic. The post-reunification reviews were too standardized and superficial, said Klaus Schroeder, head of the SED State research network at the Free University of Berlin.
Indifference or displacement? These impressions are compelling when you see the Berlin police ‘s zest for action so far when dealing with possible Stasi entanglements in the western part. Eighteen years and eight months after reunification, Interior Senator Ehrhart Körting (SPD) made the Stasi review a top priority in 2009. In the House of Representatives, he said that Police President Dieter Glietsch will now push ahead with a corresponding research project. An external research institution is to be commissioned with this. Even when ex-police officer Karl-Heinz Kurras (81) was exposed as GM “Otto Bohl”, the senator did not immediately respond with a research assignment. Since 2000 there have only been four research proposals on Stasi involvement. They were provided by former young police officers who had not acted on behalf of the chief of police.

Until today the former Stasi groups are successfull in working together underground.

Their role is similiar to the role of the mafia in Italy. But with one big distinction: The neo Stasi is more successfull in underming the state, the legal system. the police, the economy and last but not least the politics in Germany and Europe with the support of the Wladimir Putin, FSB, GRU and the Russkaja Mafia.