‘Nazism? It was alright at the time…’ says holocaust-denier Lowell

Far-right hogwash from former banker Norman Lowell who says lack of electoral success is because of effect of ‘2,000 years of Christianity’

Wearing a watch over one's cuff is considered de rigeur in far-right circles...
Wearing a watch over one's cuff is considered de rigeur in far-right circles...

Far-rightist Norman Lowell has claimed his party Imperium Europa’s red and white flag, so reminiscent of Nazi Germany’s flag with its red field and Maltese cross planted in a white circle, is only a remind of the “epic siege of 1565”.

Lowell accepted to be interviewed by “Zionist media” Vice News [WATCH video on YouTube], in which he denies being a Nazi. “Nazism is passé… it was alright at the time,” he said of Adolf Hitler’s regime, which bombed Malta mercilessly during World War II.

 

He also accused rescuers Migrant Offshore Aid Station, the privately-financed search and rescue mission, of “treason” for saving people at sea, and fantasised that he would use a “gunboat to block them physically and turn them back.”

But with electoral success eluding the zany Holocaust-denier, Lowell blames his political non-appeal on the Catholic Church. “Well, 2,000 years of Christianity… the Church started this whole business [of] ‘we’re all brothers in Jesus’ name and all that nonsense.”

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