A man who reportedly defended Adolf Hitler and handed out flyers was seemingly chased out of school by students in Larkhall, Scotland.
A video on Twitter appears to show a man speaking with schoolchildren in which he says: “Hitler wanted a country for white people. He also wanted a country for every other people.
“And, obviously, there was a small group of people who controlled all of the media, all of the banks, and this small group…they promoted pornography, promoted cultural marxism, and it destroyed Germany. Hitler took control of the media and the banks and put the interests of the German people first.”
When asked by a student “if the Holocaust is real,” the man replied: “No, it is not.”
The man’s t-shirt appeared to be adorned with a Nazi sonnendrad, or sun wheel, symbol.
Later on in the video, an apparent confrontation takes place between the man and a student, prompting him to decry “I’m here to help you.” His manner then becomes aggressive and he states: “What the f*** are you gonna do?”
A 20-year-old man was arrested in connection with the incident and is scheduled to appear at Hamilton Sheriff Court on 22nd November.
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