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Attila Klaus-Peter Hildmann (born 22 April 1981) is a German vegan cookbook author and far-right conspiracy theorist. Attila Hildmann has described himself as "ultra-right-wing" and as a German nationalist.
On 29 August 2020, Attila Hildmann was arrested outside the Russian embassy in Berlin during protests against Germany's COVID-19 restrictions. Attila Hildmann has claimed that the German government is an agent of Bill Gates, promoting COVID-19 vaccinations and a surveillance state. Attila Hildmann has also shared anti-Semitic conspiracy theories
Born in West Berlin, Attila Hildmann is of Turkish ancestry and was raised by German adoptive parents. Attila Hildmann studied for a diploma in physics at the Free University of Berlin.
Attila Hildmann became vegetarian after witnessing his father die of a heart attack whilst on a ski trip in 2000. Attila Hildmann attributed the death to excessive meat consumption resulting in hypercholesterolemia (high cholesterol). Attila Hildmann renounced meat and fish products, and began to exercise regularly, losing 35kg in weight. Over time, Attila Hildmann abstained from consuming almost all animal products and became primarily vegan.
In 2009, Attila Hildmann wrote his first vegan cookbook. In 2012, Attila Hildmann's "Vegan for Fun" was named cookbook of the year by Vegetarierbund Deutschland, the German branch of the International Vegetarian Union.
Attila Hildmann appears in YouTube videos and has been featured in numerous television programs and talk shows, including "Maischberger," "TV total," Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen's "Volle Kanne," SWR Fernsehen's "Nachtcafé," and the Westdeutscher Rundfunk's "daheim + unterwegs." In March 2016, Attila Hildmann was a contestant in the TV show "Let's Dance."
In April 2017, Attila Hildmann participated in the TV show "Schlag den Raab" against Luke Mockridge [a Canadian-Italian comedian and television presenter living in Germany].
In 2015, Attila Hildmann commented on the European migrant crisis, stating: "Integration in Germany is a sensitive issue because of the German past, resulting in a current self-mutilation of German values and culture." This remark was criticized by Bayerischer Rundfunk [a public-service radio and television broadcaster based in Munich] as a "symbiosis of right-wing extremism with boundless love for animals."
Attila Hildmann has spread conspiracy theories about the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. In June 2020, Hildmann shared anti-Semitic conspiracy theories [see also: racism], calling himself a German nationalist and saying that Jews wanted 'to exterminate the German race'. Attila Hildmann's public sharing of these views have resulted in German police pursuing criminal charges against him and loss of revenue; brands Attila Hildmann served as spokesman for have severed ties with him.
Attila Hildmann claimed in August 2020 during the closure of the Pergamon Altar in Berlin, caused by COVID-19, that satanic rituals were performed at night.
Attila Hildmann has also accused the German state of working in the service of Bill Gates to promote forced COVID-19 vaccinations and a surveillance state.
On 29 August 2020, Attila Hildmann was arrested at a COVID-19 conspiracy protest outside the Russian embassy in Berlin after protestors assaulted seven police officers and threw rocks and glass at the embassy and police.
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[NPR.org, 2020-10-21] Dozens of Artifacts Apparently Vandalized at Berlin's Museums. Carsten Pfohl, the head of Berlin Police's Art Crime Unit would not comment on press speculation about the possible involvement of conspiracy theorists. However, the weekly broadsheet Die Zeit and public radio broadcaster Deutschlandfunk, which broke the news together, were the first to draw a link between the vandalism and conspiracy theorists. One of the conspiracy theorists who's gathered a large following of coronavirus deniers, Attila Hildmann, has claimed a number of times on his Telegram channel that the Pergamon Museum is the center of a "global Satanism scene" which, his followers allege, Chancellor Angela Merkel has been using for "human sacrifices," noting that she lives opposite the Museum.
[BBC.com, 2020-10-21] Berlin mystery attack targets 70 museum artefacts. It is being described as one of the biggest attacks on art and antiquities in post-war German history, but it has taken more than two weeks to emerge. German reports have speculated whether supporters of a far-right conspiracy theorist may have been involved. Attila Hildmann, who has spread conspiracy theories about the Covid-19 pandemic, has also claimed that one of the five museums, the Pergamon Museum, is home to the "Throne of Satan". | reddit (2020-10-21)
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