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Attila Hildmann (born Attila Klaus-Peter Hildmann) is a German vegan cookbook author and far-right conspiracy theorist. He has described himself as “ultra-right-wing” and as a German nationalist. He was repeatedly characterized as antisemitic. He studied for a diploma in physics at the Free University of Berlin but failed to graduate. He became vegetarian after witnessing his father die of a heart attack whilst on a ski trip in 2000. He attributed the death to excessive meat consumption resulting in hypercholesterolemia (high cholesterol). He renounced meat and fish products and began to exercise regularly, losing 35kg in weight. Over time, he abstained from consuming almost all animal products and became primarily vegan.
In 2009, he wrote his first vegan cookbook. In 2012, his Vegan for Fun was named cookbook of the year by Vegetarierbund Deutschland, the German branch of the International Vegetarian Union.He 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, he was a contestant in the TV show Let’s Dance. In April 2017, he participated in the TV show Schlag den Star against Luke Mockridge. In 2015, he 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 as a “symbiosis of right-wing extremism with boundless love for animals.”
He has spread conspiracy theories about the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. In June 2020, he shared anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, calling himself a German nationalist and saying that Jews wanted ‘to exterminate the German race’. His public sharing of these views has resulted in German police pursuing criminal charges against him and loss of revenue; brands he served as spokesman for having severed ties with him. He has denied the Holocaust. He claimed in August 2020 during the closure of the Pergamon Altar in Berlin, caused by COVID-19, that satanic rituals were performed at night. He has also accused the German government of working in the service of Bill Gates to promote forced COVID-19 vaccinations and a surveillance state. On 29 August 2020, he 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. He moved to Turkey in 2021, evading prosecution in Germany.
Attila Hildmann Age
He was born on April 22, 1981 in Berlin, Germany.
Attila Hildmann Parents
He is the son of Ursel Hildmann. He was born in West Berlin, he is of Turkish ancestry and was raised by German adoptive parents.
Attila Hildmann Nationality
He is of German nationality.