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He claims to be a “dissident” who is persecuted for having “the wrong opinion.” But Björn Höckewho at 51 years old is one of the leaders of the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) partythe prosecutor’s office has denounced him Land from Saxony-Anhalt (this German), not because of what he thinks, but because of the use of symbols of anti-constitutional organizations.

Specifically, Höcke, head of the AfD in Thuringia (east), is accused of having cited the Sturmbabteilung (SA, for its German acronym) or “Storm Troops” and also known as “brownshirts.” that was a paramilitary organization of the Nazi party that would end up being purged from III Reich in Operation Hummingbird, which included the “Night of the Long Knives”, in 1934.

The SA used the expression Everything for Germany!’or “All for Germany!”. And that same expression was what Höcke supposedly ‘ornamented’ the high point of a mitin in May 2021, before the Sachsen-Anhalt regional elections, held in June of that year. “Everything for our homeland, everything for Saxony-Anhalt, everything for Germany,” Höcke launched at the campaign event, organized in the city of Merseburg and attended by about 250 people.

AfD had a good result in those elections. It was the second force (20.8%), only behind the Christian Democratic Union (CDU, 37.1%). But that did not prevent that act in Merseburg from giving rise to a complaint for that expression. Now we will have to see if it is included in article 86 of the Penal Code, which prohibits the “distribution of propaganda material from anti-constitutional organizations.”

He speaks against Höcke, in addition to a past in which he has been singled out as collaborator in publications close to or belonging to the National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) – here also known as “neo-nazi party” -, that the Court of Halle has accepted the complaint in which it is understood that the AfD politician knowingly used the expression of the SA.

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