Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Nazi Language Becoming Increasingly Common in Germany's Discussion of Refugee Crisis, Researchers Say

THE INDEPENDENT: Rise in use of Nazi phrases comes amid unprecended growth in number of attacks on asylum seekers and refugee accommodation

Following the conclusion of World War II, Germany embarked on an initiative to rid their society, culture and politics of any remains of Adolf Hitler's Nazi ideology.

However, researchers have said words belonging to the years of the Third Reich are increasingly being used by German politicians and members of the public to criticise their government's response to the refugee crisis.

The increase in the use of Nazi terminology comes amid an unprecedented rise in the number of attacks on asylum seekers and refugee accommodation. » | Samuel Osborne | tuesday, November 22, 2016