Even though the government on Tuesday called for a hostile summit in the federal federal network, it invited the FPÖ to Facebook for racist stereotype video. It illustrates the abuse of e-card with Ali Fez.
Said Ali wants to get into the movie with his cousin Mustafa "teeth bleached E-card," he says. However, he fails because the e-card will be photographed in the future.
"Bad luck, Ali, he is saying goodbye to social exploitation," says FPÖ's commentary on a video that quickly received criticism of online competition. "It is good that FPÖ and Minister Hartinger-Klein's" online hate "summit provide illustrative examples," he told NEOS.
Dispelling questionable freedom
However, the shot goes back because of the spread of Shitstorm. "It's hardly embarrassing … old Swedish, not happy that Alis lives here, otherwise you will not even be on the road," writes one user. "The racist party is ruling in Austria, we have done it far," writes another.
The video is also a scandal with ORF anchorman Armin Wolf. He blames the freedom of open racism. "Open xenophobia and racism on the internet, Klarnamen seems rather limited," said Wolf on Twitter.
Party took the video online entirely from the web
In the evenings, the FPÖ has taken a lot of criticized video on the e-card completely online. After it was previously removed from the FPÖ Facebook page, it later disappears "FPÖ-TV" from the YouTube channel. FPÖ's Secretary-General Christian Hafenecker explained to APA that the video had gone online without he had seen it before.
The party wanted to highlight the video, "where social abuse takes place," said Hafenecker APA. And it was a "fact" that mainly immigrants, but "immigrants and aliens misuse our social system". There are "several numbers that show that the problem is obvious," he said. And it was also a reason to introduce a photo to an electronic card to stop this abuse.
Video Hafenecker said, this was "the communication problem online without, that I've seen it before." "I would not have posted it online." After getting a short film, the clip was disconnected from the network because he believed "that it might have been different." "Where many people are working, sometimes there are mistakes," said the Secretary-General.
At the same time, the Secretary-General of the FPÖ emphasized that the debate on video should not "interfere with the core of the problem", namely social exploitation.
As a mushroom request, NEOS regrets hate
The FPÖ racist cliché-serving Facebook video e-cards is now raising a parliamentary question and a presentation of the facts of violence. NEOS turns to Vienna's Public Prosecutor in Vienna without any doubt. Pilz wants to participate in the video announcement at the request of Social Minister Beate Hartinger-Klein (FPÖ).
The presentation of the NEOS facts is based on suspected incitement (Article 283 of the Criminal Code), and is directed at the FPÖ Parliamentary Assembly, Johann Gudenus, its chairman of the club affairs, and FPÖ itself and Heinz-Christian Strachen. There is a suspicion that "a group of persons defined by relative, regional or ethnic origin and the criteria of religion has been misused in a way that is likely to mock or weaken it in public opinion," they say in the presentation of the facts.
NEOs Ombudsman Irmgard Griss stated in a statement by KHT: "The day when the government organizes a summit of hatred online, the FPÖ sends a racist, xenophobic video that is more than cynical is a hostile speech because it would be impossible in a cultured state, that the hidden photo chain that indexes family allowance is not a "single instance". "And it was" completely incomprehensible why ÖVP remained silent for some time ". The director of ÖVP, Sebastian Kurz, gave the FPÖ a grant to "how it straddles people against each other and makes some groups despicable".
Neos criticizes the ministry's look
Daniela Holzinger, Social Spin Officer of the List of Sponges, turns to a parliamentary question to the Minister of Social Affairs who has been interviewed at that video site. Holzinger, among other things, wants to know about the head of department, whether he has made a statement on his statement to FPÖ-TV, which context he should use. "Did you know the video manuscript?", So the question of alternates.
In addition, the fungus wants to know how many ways to misuse the previous electronic card is known to the ministry and what is the total disruption caused by this abuse. In addition, it is asked whether Hartinger-Klein has a video of "form and / or content forward" with Chancellor Kurz or agreed with the Federal Office.
On the other hand, criticism of the FPÖ video came from a SOS human being: "The E-card shared today by Beate Hartinger-Klein of the Social Democrats Hetzvideo leads the governments summit on the Internet Absurdum: Who hates hostility, can not be part of the network's hate, , said SOS-guy Alexander Pollak.