British Lady Who Didn’t Clap for the NHS (She Was Tired and Fell Asleep) Named and Shamed on Facebook by Degenerate Neighbors
The UK is completely toast
A woman says she was “named and shamed” by neighbours after she fell asleep and missed the weekly clap for carers tribute to NHS staff and key workers.
The mother said had been tired after “a rough night” with her son, and inadvertently failed to take part in the event despite having done so in previous weeks.
And writing on internet forum Mumsnet, the woman said she was later publicly criticised on the local community Facebook page.
The mother, who did not give her name or say where she lived, wrote: “I clapped originally and it was lovely and everyone turned out for it here.
“Last week, after a rough night with [my son] I fell asleep after he went down and missed the clapping.
“A post went on our community Facebook group actually naming and shaming me.
“I was mortified. The post said everyone else turned out and I showed the street up and if I can’t spend a minute showing my appreciation I don’t deserve to use the NHS if I or my family get ill.
“I ignored it at the time but I can’t get it out of my head it’s really upset me.”
The message prompted an outpouring of sympathy from others in the forum, including a series of people who said they worked for the NHS.
The woman went on to write: “I just feel like I’m a total outcast on my previously friendly street now even though only one person posted it and only two others agreed
“It’s really disturbing how quickly people are ready to turn on each other and ‘report’ each other.”
She added that her husband had advised her against replying, but said she was “tempted” to do so.
One user said in response: “I know why you feel upset but honestly, you shouldn’t.
“I work for the NHS and I don’t go in for the clapping, and I wouldn’t judge anyone else who didn’t.”
Another user replied: “Just reply ‘sorry, didn’t think I should leave my vomiting child to clap’ to shame them back. Awful.
“I’m NHS, no one in my street claps, including me.”
And another user who said they were an NHS employee said she thought the neighbours’ behaviour was “absolutely awful”.
“The clapping is lovely and demonstrates the support the NHS is receiving right now.
“I do think the idea of clapping though could be replaced by better political decisions and funding – unfortunately clapping solves no problem we face right now.”
Launched by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas, the Clap for our Carers campaign sees people expressing gratitude for essential workers during the coronavirus pandemic, by clapping, cheering or – in some cases – banging pots and pans from their windows or doorsteps at 8pm each Thursday.
The woman who originally posted the message has been contacted for comment.
Source: Sky News
‘Whenever I get too optimistic, I recall that most humans will electrocute a stranger to death if a guy holding a clipboard says it’s okay.’ – Matt Bors
NHS = shame to UK, have cancelled all my 11 appointments, allegedly for Coronavirus! You go to Stevenage Lister Hospital,and is constantly empty,doing shit! So is Welvyn Garden City Queen Elizabeth II hospital! One of them could take normal patients to carry on their treatments! But UK is run by bunch of idiotic zionist jews,who wants to see all ” goyim” dead! The numbers of death are staggering in the UK!!!
This satanic jew,Bob is spreading satanic jewish lies here!!!
Well we’d better not do a news story about how they deal with covid in Chechnya,because they’d probably kill you,no seriously,any fake news about covid will get you on the wrong side of the nutters who run Chechnya…
…I’m still waiting for Kremlin propaganda channel,RT international, to do a story about covid in Chechnya,but I’m not holding my breath for those kremlin propaganda people to publish anything
Satanic jew,why you don’t move elsewhere to spread your satanic lies?
A true 1984 moment.
Reminds why I have been practicing ‘social distancing’ my whole life.
Right up until the last paragraph I was thinking it was satire, but, no, it isn’t.
They all clap, then they vote in politicians who publicly state they want to wind down the NHS. Hypocrisy and boring.