Als Labour seine Mitglieder empörte

Nach der Geburt des sog. „Royal Baby” hat der offi­zi­elle Account der Labour Party auf Facebook das Folgende geschrie­ben:

Congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the birth of their baby boy from ever­yone at the Labour Party.

Und, was soll man sagen: Die Labour-Mitglieder sind „not amused”, wie man so schön sagt:

Upton Sinclair Spongers and para­si­tes the lot of em.….….……!!
Geraint Rennie Yet, across the country, we have women giving birth in inade­quate faci­li­ties; we have an unac­cep­ta­ble number of child­ren living in poverty. The real news story is not the royal birth, but the appal­ling levels of child poverty in the UK, and it is also the biggest scandal in the country today.
Marian Jervis Not ever­yone!!!
Jack Barker It’s not from ever­yone though is it? There are many within Labour that would prefer an elected head of state, rather than it just coming from the same aristo­cra­tic wealthy family.
John Patrick Hewitt Does the Labour Party congra­tu­late every birth, or just the ones who are lucky enough to be born into out of date insti­tu­ti­ons?
Stephen Paul Daly Certainly NOT ever­yone!
Kerry Dawson „From ever­yone at the Labour party” — Except me!
Philip Lynn Vive la Republic.
Andrew Breading Not ever­yone. Please stop using such gene­ra­li­sa­ti­ons.
Mike Homfray Not from this member — roll on the Red Republic!
Pete Bartley I am a member of the Labour Party and I DO NOT SEND MY CONGRATULATIONS
Dee Stuart A child born into privi­lege unlike the milli­ons of working class kids being denied a decent stan­dard of living by this government of the privi­le­ged..
Padraig Curran Everyone?! Are you sure?!?!
David Martin Not from Dennis Skinner it won’t be
John Bayliss Urgh, as a Labour County Councillor I really hope we can get to a state of affairs that means we elect a head of state instead of this nonsense.
Amanda James Vive la République!
Brian Banawich vomits
Harriet Jones I’ve been feeling sick all day
Andy Wilson Another royal mouth for the taxpayer to feed
Mat Wray A true socia­list party would never post such dribble.
Paul Embery Not from this member of the Labour party.
Lucinda Joan As a labour party member please do not speak on my behalf. It’s a baby … women give birth ever­y­day we are all unique and so are our child­ren. Shame that child sexual exploi­ta­tion, poverty and violence do not get the same atten­tion!
Terry Walker another royal mouth to feed with a golden spoon at tax payers expence
Sandra Barr Not me ! I’m a repu­bli­can !
Sean Matthews Nor for me. Please don’t use such a swee­ping state­ment.
Tony Pillz 10 Quid on the name Mohammed
Ewan Gibbs From his child­hood onwards this boy will be surroun­ded by syco­phants and flat­te­rers. In due course, follo­wing the prece­dent which has already been set, he will be sent on a tour of the world and probably rumors of a morga­na­tic marriage alli­ance will follow, and the end of it will be the country will be called upon to pay the bill. — Keir Hardie in 1894.
Elaine Dean And certainly not from me. I am a repu­bli­can
Simon M Foster Is this a perso­nal state­ment from Ed? It’s certainly not from me.…
Matthew Duffy Not from me.
David Richards if I was a member, I’d cancel my membership right now
Paul Dunhill posh bint has baby. Who cares.
Chris Carr ever­yone??!!
Martin Sanders Unelected sponge!!
Mike Singleton First time the party has congra­tu­la­ted someone for coming out of Labour
David Cain Why upset a lot of your follo­wers with such meaningless twaddle as this. Do you expect your congrats to be screen-printed and rushed out to them on a silver platter ?
Emma Damoglou Expected better than this syco­phan­tic shite from the Labour Party
Adam Flanders Not in my membership contri­bu­ti­ons name you don’t!
Michael Scanlan You don’t speak for this Labour Member, you chumps
Steve Voysey Really? Thought Labour Party was socia­list (or at least it used to be) and all for equa­lity.
Heiko Khoo Stop blabbing on about of this bunch of para­si­tes as if they are „ours”. Stop paying them money. Stop housing them for nothing. No more housing benefit for their castles and palaces. No more stories about them. Let them live in peace and let us be done with feudal and medi­eval crap, we are not „subjects” and serfs! They are not our betters!
Janet Harrison I really am begin­ning to ques­tion if I am in the right party.
Helen Rogers not from me. just another sponger to add to the real scroun­ging family
Lou Rossati not in my name, you bloody don’t!!!
Barbara Ynwa King about time we had some happy news for a change congrats will & kate
Antonio Barbaro What’s it got to do with the labour party? Another gene­ra­tion of the hereditary aristo­cracy raised to believe that he is better and more deser­ving than the rest of us. Labour should be fighting against aristo­cracy and the class system not congra­tu­la­ting it.
Hannah Slade I wish The British media had the same fervour in reporting the priva­ti­sa­tion of our NHS &legal aid,as reporting morta­lity states or Royal baby!!
Gary Blake PARASITES
Luke Cantrill Not ever­yone. Please don’t speak for me!
Andy Gathercole You have just lost the little respect I had for the labour party with this post. What do they have in common with us? Absolutely jack is the answer. That baby has already cost the UK more than I will earn in my life time!!!

etc. pp.

Es gibt also noch etwas Hoffnung für die Labour Party … nicht viel, aber immer­hin …

Autor: Christian Soeder

Christian Soeder ist Herausgeber von ROTSTEHTUNSGUT und besonders an netzpolitischen Zusammenhängen interessiert.

Ein Gedanke zu „Als Labour seine Mitglieder empörte“

  1. Hoffnung ? Weil Mitglieder der Labour Party jemand den sie nicht leiden können als Parasiten bezeich­nen ?…

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