First of all, concerning the label the Daily Mail uses to describe both the man and the organization he represents as ”far-right”. Here he’s just a man in a dog suit trying to prove a point.
Filming the staff’s reaction with a concealed camera, he received a similar response in this dog outfit
They give absolutely no reason as to why he’s deemed as “far-right”, nor any clue to what they mean by the term itself, other than being anti-Islam. This kind of ad hominem attack is standard fare for most of the international and local media, it’s lazy, disingenuous and highly politically motivated.
They give far more care in using the word, terrorism and terrorist (claiming it to be a highly political term), than they do with the term “far-right”, which they throw around willy nilly at those they do not like.
NOTE: Is the guy ”far-right” (a term bogus to begin with, it actually means an ultra-nationalist socialist, with socialism being a left ideology), we will never know, since this style of below par journalism never changes.
Far-right group member ‘tests bank security protocols’ by filming reactions of customers and staff when he wears a helmet, a furry dog suit and a BURQA into branches
- A controversial video has been uploaded to an anti-Islam Facebook page
- Perth man Dennis Huts films himself wearing three outfits into a bank
- It was pitched as a ‘social experiment’ to ‘test bank security protocols’
- He was asked to leave immediately in a motorbike helmet and dog outfit
- Wearing a burqa he was allowed to roam around freely – despite stares
A member of a far-right anti-Islam group has filmed himself walking into a bank wearing a motorbike helmet, furry dog suit, and a burqa as part of what he claims is a social experiment to ‘test bank security protocols.’
In the footage, Perth man Dennis Huts sets about disproving what he believes is a ‘politically correct allowance’. He thinks burqas should not be worn inside Australian banks for the safety of customers.
The video was uploaded to the United Patriots Front Facebook page with the caption: ‘This shows how our society cowers before Islam in fear of offending it.’
‘This is the clear and present danger and people need to wake up.’
A far-right anti-Islam group member wore a burqa into a Westpac bank branch as part of a ‘social experiment’
Perth man Dennis Huts was asked to leave immediately while wearing a motorbike helmet