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'DIE RECHTE': NEO-NAZIS DEMAND ATTENTION IN DORTMUND


A few months later, they petitioned that same council for a list of all the city's Jewish citizens. The symbols and actions they use may be close to the Nazi counterparts, which are banned in Germany, but they never quite cross the line. Borchardt has since been replaced twice over by other members of die Rechte, most recently by University of Bochum law student Michael Brück.

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The void left on the right Nowadays, Dortmund has inserted its anti-Nazi campaign into nearly every crevice where die Rechte might take hold. The police have had to maintain tight security around homes for asylum seekers in light of vigilante 'patrols' by 'die Rechte' Master media manipulators 'playing SS' They do something once, shoot photos, put it online, done, Birgit Miemitz of Dortmund's Coordination Center for Tolerance, Diversity, and Democracy told DW. Counter-protestors usually outnumber the neo-Nazis and the police have clamped down on the slogans 'die Rechte' are allowed to chant and what neighborhoods they can protest in On their website, die Rechte have made their political positions very clear - they want the local refugee homes dismantled, to stop what they call the foreign infiltration of Dortmund, to end the promotion of homosexuality and so on. Their attention-grabbing activities do not end with their social media campaigns, however. While far-right parties have not been as successful in other western German cities as they have in Dortmund, nearby Cologne did see a hundreds-strong Hooligans against Salafists right-wing demonstration last year. Clamping down on extremism The massive influx of refugees into Germany has also provided fertile new ground for die Rechte to recruit new members.

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Huesmann described to DW how in recent months, the right-wing group has gone to neighborhoods where homes are being built for asylum seekers, protesting their construction and trying to win sympathy with the locals. The void left on the right Nowadays, Dortmund has inserted its anti-Nazi campaign into nearly every crevice where die Rechte might take hold. But they are always careful to stay just inside the gray zone of legality - and can count on particularly good legal counsel from within their ranks. While far-right parties have not been as successful in other western German cities as they have in Dortmund, nearby Cologne did see a hundreds-strong Hooligans against Salafists right-wing demonstration last year.

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Groups like the NPD, the country's biggest neo-Nazi party, and populist groups like pro-NRW Pro-North Rhine Westphalia and pro-Köln Pro-Cologne have also been trying to infiltrate what was west Germany for decades and expand their influence from their strongholds in the former east. They managed to cause such security concerns at a political debate planned by local broadcaster WDR that the company had to shut down the live event and ask everyone to submit their questions via email. The police have had to maintain tight security around homes for asylum seekers in light of vigilante 'patrols' by 'die Rechte' Master media manipulators 'playing SS' They do something once, shoot photos, put it online, done, Birgit Miemitz of Dortmund's Coordination Center for Tolerance, Diversity, and Democracy told DW. Others are less so: Her office is often frustrated by the amount of attention given to these so-called patrols conducted by die Rechte.

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While the NSU was committing its crime spree, the influence of right-wing extremism was largely downplayed the German authorities, who blamed the murders on the Turkish mafia. City hall has introduced dozens of organizations and initiatives - from sports clubs to concerts- to prevent young people from being recruited by neo-Nazis Although they might be a relatively small group, Miemitz warns that the public should not discount their power to do harm. Some of their allusions to the Nazi party are subtle, such as the list of 25 party points, the same number as the National Socialists when they came to power in the s, as Birgit Miemitz pointed out. Last week they made the rounds on social media for a YouTube video in which they patrol a gay cruising area a lonely-looking parking lot. While the Dortmund-based neo-Nazi group Allgemeinheit Rechte or the Right is not Germany's largest group of right-wing extremists, they just might be the best at getting the media's attention. Others are less so: Elizabeth Schumacher reports from Dortmund. The symbols and actions they use may be close to the Nazi counterparts, which are banned in Germany, but they never quite cross the line. Huesmann described to DW how in recent months, the right-wing group has gone to neighborhoods where homes are being built for asylum seekers, protesting their construction and trying to win sympathy with the locals.

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