<h4>The far-right <a href="https:\/\/en.wikipedia.org\/wiki\/Alternative_for_Germany" target="_blank">Alternative for Germany party<\/a> (AfD) has fired a prominent official after he had been caught on hidden camera making comments suggesting that refugees and immigrants must be "killed" or "Gassed".<\/h4>\r\nProSieben television secretly recorded a footage last February, showing Christian\u00a0Lueth, a party spokesman at the time, in a cafe in Berlin talking to someone about the challenges the AfD faced.\r\n\r\nThe footage showed Lueth being asked if the AfD wanted to see more immigrants, he replied: "Yes."\r\n\r\n"Because then things go better for the AfD. We can still shoot them all afterwards," he said. "Or gas them, whichever you like. I don't care either way!", he added in the hidden camera footage.\r\n\r\nThe broadcast that aired the documentary, Monday, did not explicitly mention the spokesperson, thus attempting to preserve his identity, but many media outlets have recognized him.\r\n\r\nImmediately, the party assured that Lueth, who was already suspended from his post as parliamentary spokesman in April, had his contract terminated.\r\n\r\nLueth was suspended in April after allegedly describing himself as a \u201cfascist.\u201d\r\n\r\nHe declined to comment, saying he planned to issue a statement Tuesday.\r\n\r\nThe AfD is now the largest party opposing <a href="https:\/\/see.news\/?s=Angela+Merkel" target="_blank">Angela Merkel<\/a>'s government, a right-left grand coalition.\r\n\r\nUnder Adolf Hitler's Nazis, Germany murdered millions of Jews during World War II, killing many of them in gas chambers, while others were burnt to death.