Peruvian Neo-Nazis Seek to Expel All Jews
The leader of Peru’s far-right political group, which is currently attempting to gather enough signatures to be registered as a political party, said he seeks to expel the country’s small Jewish population because “they control the global economy.”
Martin Quispe Mayta, the leader of the Andean Peru National Socialism movement, is a self-proclaimed admirer of Adolf Hitler whose office is adorned with portraits of the Nazi dictator as well as well as a copy of the infamous Mein Kampf and a large flag bearing a symbol that looks suspiciously like a swastika, The Guardian reported.
Mayta, who drew his inspiration from Hitler’s Nazi ideology as well as Henry Ford’s anti-Semitic book, “The International Jew,” further claims that the leader of Spain’s brutal conquest of Peru, Francisco Pizarro, was a Jew.
“The Jew Pizarro and his band of genocidal Jews killed millions of native Peruvians in their mission to possess our gold,” he told The Guardian.