Former press attache of the ADG Christian Fierce
As reported by Die Zeit, a press-attache of the “ADH” (Alternative for Germany) Christian Fierce was relieved of his duties after an internal party investigation. The decision was made at the request of the Deputy head of the party of Alexander Gauland, with whom Mr. Fierce has worked since the founding of the “ADG”.
According to “HADASHOT”, 43-year-old Fierce studied computer science in Stuttgart and political science at the Free University of Berlin. On graduation, joined the liberal party, the FDP, and after its failure in the 2013 elections moved to the extreme right the “Alternative for Germany”. Here he started as a press attaché of the party, and in 2017, he served as the press Secretary of the parliamentary faction of “ADG” in the Bundestag.
|Captain Wolfgang Fierce and his grave|
It is noted that the politician repeatedly described himself as a fascist and said Aryan, Recalling his grandfather, a Kriegsmarine officer Wolfgang Fierce. A native of Baltic, captain Fierce was one of two submariners, whom the führer has awarded the Knight’s cross with oak leaves, swords and diamonds. Sink 47 ships Wolfgang is one of the most successful commanders of submarines of the Nazi era.
The end of the war he met in may 1945 at Flensburg, where he was last based in Germany the Nazi government. When the British occupied the city on may 8, banned the Nazi salute, Savage ignored this demand, stressing that the ging remains the salute of the Wehrmacht. “Hero submarine”, not responding to the password that was shot on the night of 14 may 1945 one of the German sentries (formally Flensburg government was kept in office until 23 may, and had at its disposal a security battalion). The captain received the last state funeral in the Third Reich, and with a grave speech, “respresent”, Admiral Doenitz.
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In this sense, the origin of the former press Secretary of the “ADG” is truly flawless. Party, recall, is known for its racist, xenophobic and anti-Semitic tendencies. The same Alexander Gauland, which was close Fierce, once said that “Hitler and the Nazis — a dark spot on more than a thousand years of successful history in Germany.”
Not coincidentally, some commentators are surprised that the purge affected only the press Secretary. At the time the court officially ruled that the current leader “ADH” in Thuringia Bjorn the heck can rightly be called a fascist. It and the head branch of the party in Brandenburg Andreas Kaluza Federal Service for the protection of the Constitution (BfV) recognized by right wing extremists. Both are considered contenders for the presidency of the party, causing fear among the security forces, so it is officially BfV leads for both monitoring. Democracy needs to defend itself, and if “ADH” will finally prevail extremist tendencies, the party risks being banned.