Australian Holocaust denier Fredrick Toben fears being forced into bankruptcy will end his hope of running for federal parliament. Toben appeared in the Federal Court in Adelaide on Wednesday trying to oppose a bankruptcy motion against him by former president of the Executive Council of Australian Jewry, Jeremy Jones.Mr Jones wants to enforce a claim for $56,000 in court costs after successfully suing Toben for defamation for publishing anti-semitic material on his Adelaide Institute website. Toben’s barrister John Walsh said on Wednesday that Toben’s former lawyers had failed to respond to the bankruptcy claim within the 21 days required.He told Justice Anthony Besanko that giving Toben a chance to oppose the motion was a matter of justice.”It’s not that he’s trying to avoid paying the money, he simply does not want to be declared bankrupt,” he said.”He wishes to stand for parliament, at the next federal election, which he cannot do as a bankrupt.”