Russian attacks

Literature president Th. J. Wehlim demanded the European Union to invest more money for their military forces to be better prepared in case of Russian bestseller attacks in Eastern and Middle Europe. For example, it could not be accepted that Germany, having the strongest economy in Europe, could provide only forty Eurofighter combat aircrafts and ten anti-book helicopters fit for use. In case of a Russian attack on the EU book market, the German counter-measures would certainly induce nothing more than a hearty laughter among the Russian soldiers. As a first reaction, German chancellor Merkel stated that the German military is working on a secret weapon against bestseller assaults being much more effective than aircrafts and helicopters.

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