German far right AfD chief accused of echoing Hitler – France 24

Hitler, addressing workers at the Siemens Dynamo Works in Berlin in November 1933, railed against a “small, rootless, international clique”. They are “the people who are at home both nowhere and everywhere, who do not have anywhere a soil on which they have grown up, but who live in Berlin today, in Brussels tomorrow, Paris the day after that, and then again in Prague or Vienna or London, and who feel at home everywhere,” he said, as a man in the audience shouts “the Jews!” Historian Michael Wolffsohn said it was no accident Gauland had written his column in this manner. “It is bad that Gauland is signalling to his educated followers that he knows the speech and style of Hitler’s speech and that he is transferring Hitler’s accusations against the Jews to the opponents of the AfD today,” said Wolffsohn.

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