Today’s New York Times has a fascinating look at an “Alt-right” thinker in Germany. One thing hit me hard, though. Here’s the exact quote:
Before the election, I attended an Alternative for Germany rally in Artern, a depressed-looking town not very far from Schnellroda. There, I was struck by how Flügel politicians devoted much of their speeches to a number of economic issues traditionally though of as leftist — low wages, poverty in old age, insufficient social benefits, rhetoric designed to shift the party away from its roots in economic liberalism.