Influencer Louisa Dellert: Violent shit storm after criticism of the educational system?

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Influencer Louisa Dellert: Violent shit storm after criticism of the educational system?

From Nora Petig

Hamburg / Berlin – Louisa Dellert (32) is probably Germany’s best-known eco-influencer. It takes up controversial topics, offends with them again and again, and creates a lot of displeasure outside of its sustainability bubble.

Louisa Dellert (32) on Instagram. © Screenshot / Instagram / louisadellert

This time the 32-year-old triggered users outside of her community with a topic far from her hobby of environmental protection. One that was immediately trending on Twitter. The well-known but not necessarily understood “tax return”.

A duty that every citizen fulfills more or less every year. Some seek help for this, others sit down in front of the pile of paper and try to deduct enough tax to finance their next vacation with a hoped-for repayment.

Of course, this is only possible if you are familiar with tax matters. And where do you learn that? Right. Not at school. An absurdity, thinks Louisa and read about it on Twitter, among other things.

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“I’ll say it again here: I prefer it when young people learn in school how to do their tax returns and how to recognize fake news than, for example, learning the Pythagorean theorem by heart.”

She later wrote that she caused a Twitter tremor LinkedIn. As of November 23, 8:50 p.m .: 195 retweets, 354 quoted tweets, 3986 “likes”.

Louisa Dellert on Twitter

Louisa Dellert causes displeasure on Twitter

Louisa Dellert's post on LinkedIn (left) and two Twitter comments chosen by the 32-year-old (right).

Louisa Dellert’s post on LinkedIn (left) and two Twitter comments chosen by the 32-year-old (right). © Screenshot / LinkedIn / Louisa Dellert

The influencer was mainly criticized by Twitter users for allegedly wanting to remove a basic mathematical topic from the curriculum, considering it to be unimportant.

In the comments, the defendant asserted: “I did NOT say that I thought these basics shouldn’t be learned. I talked about thinking about how much of everything.”

The subject “tax return” was only partly well received by the users. It is not a subject for the class. You couldn’t pick up students there. Tax laws are constantly changing, according to some of the panelists.

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It was also emphasized that, although you don’t learn a tax return at school, you have the ability to acquire knowledge about it yourself later. For the most part, there was no question that the school system had to be worked on.

The fact that Louisa was allegedly “only” pelted with “shit” on Twitter, as she later claimed on LinkedIn and “proved” with a screenshot, is therefore not true.

Whereby one must emphasize at this point: Every insult is one too many!

Positive feedback on LinkedIn

On the business platform, the comments on her contribution there were far more positive. Or was that just because of the more detailed, less radical formulation of the 32-year-olds?

“I don’t want to do away with mathematics or dealing with literature. I just want us to take a new look at school and the younger generations. What do I have to listen to? The biggest Twitter shit storm in a long time. And these are still here the friendly news. ”

Had she written that on Twitter, the comments might have been less critical.

Title photo: Screenshot / LinkedIn / Louisa Dellert, Screenshot / Instagram / louisadellert

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