Far-right tells refugees how to interact with 'our women'
The Local · 7 Jun 2016, 08:34
Published: 07 Jun 2016 08:34 GMT+02:00
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The video is presented by Freedom Party (FPÖ) politician Armin Sippel where it quickly went viral and attracted a storm of controversy.
Speaking in German, it shows Sippel addressing "Dear...Asylum Seekers", and then goes on to explain how to interact "with our women".
A blonde mannequin in a low-cut dress is then shoved on the screen and the politician then goes on to talk about what is ‘allowed’, with signs containing the German and Arabic words for ‘No', although the Arabic was misspelled.
In other instances he uses pictures, such as an aeroplane to indicate that the asylum seekers would be sent back home. He also demonstrates putting his hand on the model's bottom and breasts to drive his point home.
At the end of the video, he notes: "Keep your fingers off our women."
The politician was widely criticised online and said that "as a result of the extremely aggressive personal attacks, I decided to take it offline", although the video was put online again by other people.
He did say, however, that he did not regret making the video as he felt it was necessary to address issues surrounding what happened in Cologne and the "daily individual cases" in Austria.
Story courtesy of Central European News.