Thanks to the Winston Smith Ministry of Truth blog for finding these terrific words of Adolf Hitler. I think they're so good I am posting the interview here also, to make sure as many people as possible will read it.
It was published in The Jewish Criterion magazine of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in January 1931. A note about the story appeared in the February 6, 1931 magazine:
Berlin-- Adolf Hitler, founder and organizer of the Fascists of Germany, who elevated anti-Semitism into a respectable cult in this country, became rather angry when he was shown a copy of an interview on Jewish subjects which had been syndicated to the Jewish press of America by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. The interview, which had been obtained by a Berlin Correspondent of the Syndicate, quotes Hitler extensively on his anti-Jewish views.
Hitler, not denying the authenticity of the views he expressed, is upset because he did not realize that his ideas would be put between quotation marks. He thought that he was to be quoted indirectly. Hitler had always insisted that he would never give an interview to a Jew, and he had boasted that if a Jewish journalist wanted his words of wisdom he would have to pay five marks ($1.25) per word. He had not known when he started to give the interview that Max Fraenkel was Jewish, and he did not know that he was giving away precious words on anti-Semitism which he thinks should be paid for at the rate of a dollar and a quarter a word.