After harsh and aggressive class struggle slogans at the SPO federal party conference in Graz, the Red social media team probably wanted to present the SPO leader in a good light: Andreas Bübler (50) seen from behind in a new posting from the party Have a look at the headquarters, leaning casually on the window ledge, looking out into the night – in front of the SPO headquarters you can see the colorful lights of the Christmas market.
Bubbler (or their social media expert?) writes about this on X (Twitter) and Facebook: “Evening view from the office. Growing up as a proud working-class kid, I’ve always thought about the promise that Kreisky made to our country: politics aimed at making people’s lives better. The Austrian dream – let’s finally make it a reality again.
But it’s not just the strange phrase “making a dream come true” that upsets many
“Please save yourself unnecessary posting like this – it’s so small it feels like it doesn’t help and doesn’t fit at all. On the contrary, something like this could easily become embarrassing, and one really doesn’t need that,’ writes user Haggerhard. And Trude Sagmeister comments: “Dear Andy Babler, I acknowledge your commitment and commitment to social and equal coexistence in Austria – but I do not accept this nonsense. It is raunchy, sentimental, shameful and Doesn’t suit you. Listen to your gut and change your PR habits.”
But there were some positive reactions, too: “Great photo,” one user wrote. Or even: “Nice suit, nice view.”
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