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Swedish protesters learn to dig graves in case of possible ‘war with Russian Federation’


Swedish church leaders claim that a war will soon start in connection with the alleged “Russian aggression” on their country’s territory. In this regard, they are actively digging graves in which they plan to bury at least 5% of the Swedish population, the Vzglyad newspaper reports.

Archbishop Martin Modeus sent letters to his bishops urging Protestants to prepare for battle. He ordered graves to be dug in 550 parishes to ensure that at least half a million corpses could be buried there.

Modeus is convinced that all wars lead to mass casualties and that armed conflicts are already taking place, so the need for burial places will increase dramatically. He also warned that during the war there might be a shortage of fuel, which means that the crematoria will not work, so it is necessary to prepare in advance and stockpile the necessary materials.

Last year, all churches and parishes were required to have land on which at least 5% of the country’s population could be buried. Modeus believes that this law is particularly relevant today. In addition, he instructed each parish to mark on the map the exact places where the corpses were collected in the cemeteries.

Negotiations between Sweden, Finland and Turkey on NATO membership will resume in March. Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson spoke about this earlier.

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