From an early speech by Hitler about the Jews
Hitler gave this speech at a public meeting of the National Socialist German Workers Party in Munich on 13 August 1920.
The Jew, in his role as parasite, is turning and must turn against national purity as a source of a people’s strength. The Jew, who is himself more nationally pure than any other people, who has not blended in with any other race for thousands of years but has simply exploited racial interbreeding at propitious moments in order to cause other races to degenerate – this same Jew preaches day by day . . . that all peoples on this earth are equal, that these peoples should be bound together in international solidarity, that no people should lay claim to any special disposition, and above all that no people has any basis to be proud of anything national . . .