Björn Höcke’s Speech in Munich, 22 October 2015
The following are Björn Höcke’s most prominent themes:
• that German patriotism, which the Thuringian AfD promotes, and here symbolised by the black, red and gold of the flag (traceable to the colours of Friedrich Barbarossa), is an important front in the battle for the survival of the German people;
• that German politicians express contempt for their own people both symbolically and in policy;
• that from an important statistical perspective, the evidence suggests that Germans are poised, in effect, to be reduced to a minority position in their own country as early as the end of 2016; and
• that the German people require a change in their understanding of themselves as a commonwealth if they are not to be abolished.