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September 16, 1994 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-09-16

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Bonn (JTA) — Amid reports that
two radical right-wing parties are
planning to join forces, the leader
of German Jewry warned this
week that neo-Na zi extremism,
once the province of violent
youths, is now spreading to Ger-
man intellectuals.
Ignatz Bubis, chairman of the
Central Council of Jews in Ger-
many, issued the warning as the
Republican Party and the Ger-
man People's Union said they
may close ranks to form an ul-
trarightist alliance.
Neither of the two parties has
elected officials serving in the
German Parliament, because nei-
ther has been able to receive the
necessary 5 percent minimum of
the total votes required for entry
into Parliament.
The Republican Party, the
larger of the two, has also done
poorly in recent regional and mu-
nicipal elections.
Republican chairman Franz
Schonhuber and DVU Chairman
Gerhard Frey urged their sup-
porters this week to set aside
their differences.
Responding to the rise in right-
wing activity, Mr. Bubis said in
a radio interview that new groups
of far-right thinkers are more
dangerous than neo-Nazi skin-
heads.
"The state will be able to cope
with the violence (of the skin-
heads), but the intellectuals sup-
ply the ideology that lures young
people and makes them into vio-
lent criminals," he said.
"This is a recent phenomenon.
You do not find these intellectu-
als among the violent perpetra-
tors," Mr. Bubis added, noting
that far-right thinkers deceive
themselves into believing that
they are simply providing youths
with a way to enter the German
political process.
"They do not see that they
themselves become the ones who
give far-right radicals their
ideas," he said.
Mr. Bubis expressed similar
concerns in Dresden, the eastern
German city where he was
awarded the Erich Kestner
Award for his achievements in
advancing liberal ideas.
At the award ceremony, Mr.
Bubis expressed special concern
about the involvement of high
school teachers in rightist polit-
ical parties.
He also warned of the danger
that the radical right would grad-
ually become the "in thing"
among German intellectuals.
Mr. Bubis was the first to be
honored with the newly estab-
lished Kestner award, which was
initiated by the Dresden Press
Club to honor the memory of
Erich Kestner, a popular writer
of children's books whose writing
was banned by the Nazis.

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