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The Ravensburger Verlag recently announced that Winnetou children's books be taken out of the trade. Now actor Dieter Hallervorden is commenting on the decision.

Dieter Hallervorden © Imago / Future Image Dieter Hallervorden

The Ravensburger Verlag recently announced that the children's books for the film "The Young Chief Winnetou" - we reported.

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also the ARD wants to indicate the leaked licenses Do not extend the "Winnetou" films N. The ZDF also calls on the community on social media not to use the "i-word" in discussions under contributions from the station. Actor and theater operator Dieter Hallervorden feels this development as "patronizing".

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after protests: Verlag pulls back "Winnetou" books back Dieter Hallervorden: "Sensibility cult"

"I think we live in a kind of sensitivity cult that want other people to tell us which slalom we are alleged in the future have, "said the 86-year-old.

The publisher had taken the books out of the trade because "we with the Winnetou titles that violated the feelings of others". In the stories of Karl May, an

"romanticizing picture with many clichés" would be drawn, which was far from the reality of the indigenous population.

In order not to further support cultural appropriation and reproduce racism, the publisher has therefore decided on this step. Dieter Hallervorden ironicizes the discourse and also recommends that others not take the topic too seriously. In any case, he could only enjoy "delicious" about it. "Speaking ducks - do you not do a certain animal genre wrong?"

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It is not the first time that the actor reacts to current debates with clear words. He regularly comments critically against gender. Among other things, he explained that the castle park theater he operates will not publish anything that "serves to rape the German language" - whereupon he also collected a shitstorm.

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