Holocaust denier Fredrick Toben doesn’t want to pay court costs he’s incurred trying to avoid bankruptcy for not paying court costs.Toben told the Federal Court in Adelaide he has settled $56,000 in court costs after a bankruptcy motion was made against him by Jeremy Jones, former president of the Executive Council of Australian Jewry.Mr Jones had successfully sued Toben for racial discrimination for publishing anti-semitic material on his revisionist Adelaide Institute website and wanted to enforce the motion after Toben’s cost bill was not paid on time.Toben went back to the court arguing he should not be made bankrupt because his former lawyer had failed to respond to the bankruptcy claim within 21 days.Toben said he wanted to run for federal parliament at the next election and could not do so as a bankrupt.