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US News chat about pandemic and Merkel: How Ramelow got into trouble at Clubhouse

15:45  24 january  2021
15:45  24 january  2021 Source:   ksta.de

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Thuringia's Prime Minister Bodo Ramelow (left) has been in public for three decades, he is a professional in the social networks with 71,000 followers on Twitter. In two nightly discussion rounds on the weekend, however, the 64-year-old looked like a beginner in dealing with the media - and behaved not very confidently.

Bodo Ramelow sorgte für Wirbel bei Clubhouse. © dpa Bodo Ramelow caused a stir at Clubhouse.

On Friday evening Ramelow tried out the new app Clubhouse . In this social network, previously only available for Apple devices, users don't write to each other, they talk. Everyone can join in and listen to existing groups. If you want to say something, contact the moderator.

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Ramelow was brought into a round which should be about “trash and features”, moderated by the 19-year-old SPD campaigner Lilly Blaudzun. Blaudzun's boss Manuela Schwesig, Prime Minister of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, also came. That in turn attracted a whole range of journalists and other politicians.

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In quick succession it was about Schwesig's family pizza, Heidi Klum and Tom Kaulitz, Schwesig's role in a Defa film as a 15-year-old, Ramelow's favorite film “The Legend of Paul and Paula”, the rampage on Erfurt Gutenberg-Gymnasium - and the Prime Minister's Conference.

Ramelow's tongue had loosened. He told how he relaxed with computer games during the long sessions (“I can manage up to ten levels of Candy Crush”) and how much it bothered him that the “Bild” newspaper reported live from the confidential session. Then the sentence fell: "We can put the MPK on Clubhouse right away and bring Merkel in."

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Johannes Boie, editor-in-chief of “Welt am Sonntag”, was among the more than 1,000 listeners - but without intervening. The next day he reported from the casual group and wrote: "It is a journalistic duty to write about Ramelow's political statements, the behavior he himself described in the pandemic."

Direct quoting without prior consent contradicts the Clubhouse terms and conditions. What is discussed in the app should stay in the app. The question is: Is it realistic if a top politician speaks casually about a meeting on which the everyday life of all German citizens depends? Or naive?

"Bild" reporter is blocked by the clubhouse.

Ramelow in any case felt himself betrayed. Late on Saturday evening, the left-wing politician and Boie met again at Clubhouse, it was a lot of fun. Up to 3500 people listened. It was the second night that the clubhouse in Germany lost its innocence. It was clear to everyone that the debate was now public.

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You no longer spoke to each other like on previous nights. Everyone met and interrupted each other. "Bild" reporter Paul Ronzheimer annoyed the CDU politician Philipp Amthor several times with implied questions about his corruption affair - the next day Ronzheimer was banned from Clubhouse. At the end of the session on Friday everyone sang the partisan song “Bella Ciao” ​​together. Nobody wanted to sing together on Saturday.

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On Sunday Ramelow told the editorial network Germany (RND): “You have 3500 people on your cell phone in a conversation room. This is a new quality of dealing with the digital world. The new makes me curious. I've tried it. And it was great. " He wanted to “just be who I am,” added the left-wing politician. “With that come learning processes. I don't regret the evening at all. But I was immediately shown the limits. "

In addition, Ramelow said that he sometimes felt that he was wrongly presented; some things have been taken out of context. In any case, such a format must in future be based on the General Data Protection Regulation. "The operators must first understand what hype they have triggered in Germany and draw their conclusions from it," he said. "If I have to bring my government spokesman with me, then the clubhouse is taboo for politicians."

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