Broad criticism of Ramelow’s “Clubhouse” appearance: “From now on I have the learning curve in the back of my head” – politics

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Thuringia’s Prime Minister Bodo Ramelow is still trying to limit the damage after his controversial appearance in the new social media app “Clubhouse”.  The  left-wing politician had made several loose statements on the corona crisis rounds with Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) on Saturday night before a supposedly closed round.

“From now on, when I turn on this format, I notice that in the back of my mind I have the learning curve from the day before yesterday and yesterday,” said the left-wing politician on Sunday when he appeared again at “Clubhouse”. © www.de24.news The  analysis of a media service that the enemy is always listening has now been internalized with regard to the app.

Criticism came now even from the own state government. “If it turns out that Bodo Ramelow is playing cell phone games during the Prime Minister’s Conference, then he should check his behavior,” Thuringia’s Interior Minister Georg Maier (SPD) told the editorial network Germany. “© www.de24.news The  situation is too serious for that.”

© www.de24.news The  debate was primarily triggered by a comment by “Welt am Sonntag” (WamS) on the appearance, during which Ramelow spoke for several hours with young SPD party members such as Lilly Blaudszun, established SPD politicians such as Kevin Kühnert and young people.

WamS editor-in-chief Johannes Boie writes that Ramelow reported, among other things, that he gambled extensively on his mobile phone at the Prime Minister’s Conference of the federal states – this is where the course in the pandemic is decided.

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“I can manage up to ten levels of Candy Crush,” the paper quotes Ramelow. He also called the Chancellor “the little Merkel”. Ramelow also said casually about the Covid 19 deaths. His country has “too many dead” right now to be able to make points in debates.

© www.de24.news The  “Clubhouse” app comes from a start-up from San Francisco and offers a social audio platform on which people can discuss live in so-called rooms – a mixture of radio talk show and Twitter discussion. Users point out on Twitter that, according to the forum’s guidelines, conversations from “clubhouse” conversations may only be quoted, recorded or transcribed if the participants have given their permission.

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In the WamS it says: “Even though the words were spoken in a relaxed atmosphere, it was obvious that Ramelow meant them seriously.” Ramelow said what came into his head, “knowing that at times more than 1,000 people were listening to him, including very many journalists that with Manuela Schwesig (SPD) another prime minister and other well-known politicians were present ”.

On Twitter, a user advises that, according to the guidelines of the service, conversations from clubhouse conversations may only be quoted, recorded or transcribed if the participants have given permission.





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