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Moderner Rechtsextremismus .... Hamburg 2006, S. 177-206. ~6 Vgl. : Strategie. Der Aufbau einer nationalistischen Gemeinschaft, in: Einheit und Kampf Nr. 2, September 1990, S. 52-53. In der Ver0ffentlichung des Bundesamt fiar Verfassungsschutz (Hg): Entwicklungen im Rechtsextremismus in den neuen L~ndem, K01n 1999, S. 14/15 wird f~ilschlicherweise darauf hingewiesen, dass das Konzept der ,,befreiten Zonen" aus der Vordersten Front, Nr. 2, Juli 1991 in der Schrift Der Aktivist, Nr. 3 aus 1994 (JN-Bayern) aufgegriffen worden sei.
Die Blood & Honour Division Deutschland bestand von 1994 bis zu ihrem Verbot und galt als bedeutendster bundesweiter Zusammenschluss der rechtsextremen Musikszene. Es gab Sektionen in elf Bundeslfindern. 6 Vgl. S~ichsisches Staatsministerium des Innern, Landesamt ~r Verfassungsschutz Sachsen: Verfassungsschutzbericht Sachsen 2001, Dresden 2002, S. 55. Es wurden 106 Ausgaben der Publikation (1993 - 2004) ausgewertet. 2 Vgl. Einheit und Kampf Nr. 2, September 1990, S. ): Handbuch .... Berlin 1996, S.
15-52, hier S. 19. ~o8Vgl. St0ss, Richard: Rechtsextremismus im Wandel, Berlin 2005, S. 25. 40 pL Gesellung und Szene eX Einvemehmen dartiber, wie rechtsextreme Einstellungen und Handlungen zu definieren sind besteht freilich nicht. So versteht Jaschke unter Rechtsextremismus ,,die Gesamtheit von Einstellungen, Verhaltensweisen und Aktionen, organisiert oder nicht, die v o n d e r rassisch oder ethnisch bedingten sozialen Ungleichheit der Menschen ausgehen, nach ethnischer Homogenit~it von V61ker verlangen und das Gleichheitsgebot der MenschenrechtsDeklarationen ablehnen, die den Vorrang der Gemeinschaft vor dem Individuum betonen, v o n d e r Unterordnung des Btirgers unter die Staatsr~ison ausgehen und die den Wertepluralismus einer liberalen Demokratie ablehnen und die Demokratisierung rtickg~ingig machen wollen.