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April 27, 1984 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-27

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Youth found
`friendship' with
neo-Nazi group

Bonn (JTA) •— A young
neo-Nazi, Klaus Mueller,
told 60 participants in a re-
cent seminar on right-wing
extremism that he ulti-
mately decided to turn to
the Nazis because with
them he found "friendship,
comeradeship and camp-.
fire romanticism." .
In the event, organized by
a state-run academic in-
stitution for higher educa-
tion in Bonames, the federal
state of Hesse, Mueller said:
"With the (banned) action
front of National Socialist I
became something. That
was great."
The young man, who has
been unemployed for years,
also argued that "the state
itself makes the neo-Nazi on
its own" an assertion which
was largely approved by
other participants of the
seminar.
Klaus Sochatzky, a uni-'
versity professor of sociol-
ogy, said that a major prob-
lem lies in the failure of
public institutions and
organizations to meet social
needs of the youths. This
combined with prolonged
unemployment, were the
main factors which prom-
oted extremist tendencies.





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Nazi ties
net expulsion

Bonn (JTA) — The Green
Party has expelled one of its
founding members, Tristan
Abromeit, on grounds that
he supports Nazi ideas. He
is the fourth party official
forced to resign or to leave
high posts because of al-
leged Nazi sympathies.
The Green Party, based in
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romeit, 50, has found him-
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lished unflattering com-
parisons between the
Greens and the Nazi Party
of the 1930s.

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