There are plenty of reasons to despise this filth ridden city. What bothers you most?

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I've been in Berlin almost a year now, and refrained from making generalisations about Germans during that whole time. But now I have to just admit it, because in the case of Germany, generalisations are often very accurate because there are so few exceptions to the rule (this is a rule based society & culture, and very little individualism (there are subcultures that may look non-conformist in Berlin but within these subcultures they have the same exact collectivist German mentality). Germans are the most sheep-like collectivist most boring people on earth. They are so herd-like it's both disturbing and maddening at the same time. I understand all humans and cultures are prone to groupthink but in Germany its on another level. So far I've found every single German to fit this sheep stereotype except for a few who have lived abroad for a substantial time. It's like a person can never develop a real personality, their own viewpoints/opinions or values while living in this extreme groupthink country.

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The best part is that Germans like to think of themselves as "free" and "individual".
They don't realize they are all just a copy of each other, as they are not prone to original thoughts.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Is there anything that you can do about these motherfuckers not delivering your package? You stay at home, nobody rings and later you get a notice that you have to pick up your package by yourself. Tired of this shit.

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www.dhl.de/nochmal-zustellen

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I'm self-employed. I work from home and I'm in IT.

Some friends that came over met my neighbors and overheard "... that drug dealer is having more and more suspicious people over, we must notify the police".

Ah, nothing like friendly german neighbors, eh?

I hate this place because the people here are ultraconservative no matter where they stand politically. Unless you conform 100% to their norms, you're the worst thing ever.

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  Anonymous wrote:

World citizens : ))

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First among equals, truly a superior peoples.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Do you think Berlin is a boring City ? The people here do always the same.
Mon-Fri = Work/School
Weekend = Go to clubs/get drunk/take drugs
and repeat....

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  Anonymous wrote:

Locals here go to work?

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  Anonymous wrote:

You forgot trolling through Lakes...and spending time reflecting on how poor they are while walking in the Park.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Work? Do you mean the students that work 20 hours a week? Or the adults that work 30-35 hours a week? Or do you mean the adult-children who are all on hartz-iv/maternity leave/etc.?

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Why the hell do you have to pay for using the bathroom when they don't even having warm water?

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  Flowi Teddy wrote:

Ich hasse u.a. dass es in Adlershof immer so blöd viel Arbeit gibt und dass der Tegel nicht immer ordentlich hoch ist... Und dass ich gerade nicht bei meiner großen Liebe in Dahlem bin! Argh, zum Ausrasten...!

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  Anonymous wrote:

This is a English speaking Forum ! You dumb german !

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  Anonymous wrote:

The fact that it's home to 8 of my Ex-boyfriends and two bad one night stands

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>8 ex-boyfriends
>2 ONS
>sex partner count: over 10

Slut confirmed.

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Mahbe the problem is you

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  Das Leben wrote:

The factthat I have loved this place for so long, and it never even complained I wouldn't marry her.

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Hildegard sexual act Knef

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  Das Licht wrote:

The amorphousness of Alexanderplatz

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  Das Leben wrote:

The fact that Rail&Fresh will never be fresh

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  Anonymous wrote:

Whats the price for comment No. 1000

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  Anonymous wrote:

A lesson in English: Prize.

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  Berlinfetischistin wrote:

Ich hasse alle, die Berlin hassen!

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  Anonymous wrote:

Ich hasse alle Berlinhasserhasser. Soooo meta!

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  DerTod wrote:

Frühstück am Ostbahnhof um 5:56

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  Anonymous wrote:

Hey, wenigstens war es Vitaminwasser!

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  Anonymous wrote:

Oh, it's much better at 06.06

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  Anonymous wrote:

Hey, only 7 posts to go before hitting the golden 1000, or should I say the sh1tty 1000 :o)

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  I see the light wrote:

If you think you are going crazy here, just click this link that somebody else posted below, then copy and paste the article in Google Translate, you will soon see that it's not you, It really was and is Berlin's fault. Brilliantly written. www.theeuropean.de/valentin-weimer/10728-berlin-ist-arm-an-allem

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I have a serious question.

I was student at Germany and i have graduated couple of months ago. My student visa will expire in 6 months. Currently, i am working in another country and as i heard there is a visa type called job seeking visa after graduation. So, what you think guys, would it be okay to wait until my student visa ends ( even i am not student anymore ) then apply for that visa ? I can not come back to Germany until May.

Need your opinions.

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  Anonymous wrote:

your student visa expires immediately when you graduate so it's kinda late for this question

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  Anonymous wrote:

What has this to do with Berlin hater ? pointless post.

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  Anonymous wrote:

toytowngermany forum is the right place for your question. This site is strictly for ranting.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I'm not sure if I get depressed only by Berlin people, or by all germans in general.

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The things people complain about are usually related to the character (or lack thereof) you can observe amongst Germans. Rude, arrogant, tasteless, primitive and unpolite for the most part. It's hard to find a German that doesn't fit that stereotype.

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What do I hate about Berlin?

-ugly women who ruin their faces with nose piercings and stupid tattoos with no real meaning
-ugly men with face tattoos, man buns, and hipster haircuts/looks
-pseudo artists who think that just because they are David Bowie just because they play pooping music in a bar somewhere in Neukölln
-Neukölln
-The city looks downright depressing
-Hartz-IV single mothers with blue/pink/purple short hair feeding their children BIO/vegan/fair-trade products
-Techno (if you unironically like it, you should consider suicide)
-Lack of good jobs

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What I hate about Berlin :

- Rude People who stare at you
-Weather (Dark and miserable)
- Filth on the street
-Depressing Mood
-Kreuzberg / Friedrichshain

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university here is a big joke. easier than american high school.

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I hate that:
- it's going to be overcast and rainy for the next 7 days
- people having special cloths for special times of day/week (ie. morning sports cloths, afternoon family-walk cloths, etc.)
- you are automatically worse because you are an auslander.
- they cannot admit to not knowing something. They will rather lie in your face than admit you asked them something and they dont know the answer.
- they will talk about things they have no ideas about, especially other peoples and cultures.
- they think their heavy and cynical worldview is "humorous". Apparently they still have not discovered what real humor means.
- they look down on anyone having problems. Whether it's you and you slipped on ice or Greece going through another economic meltdown, you are to blame for your problem and you only have problems because you're stupid (hint: greece cant get back up because it cant devalue its currency because the EU does only what is good for Germany)
- Eh, I could go on like this forever. It's monday. It's raining. Germans are being mean to everyone.

Wait, one more:

Someone put stickers in the bathroom to pee sitting down because it's less cleaning for the cleaning ladies.

Seriously, what the flying fuck? Are you going to regulate how I pee now?

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I hate it how unmotivated I feel here.
I hate it how this place and the people in it drag me down.
I hate the thought of being stuck in here and Germany in general.

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The hell is with German companies simply not responding to emails?

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Because email is too new. You should send a paper letter via the PROPER channels. Only degenerates that want NSA/Facebook/Trump to spy on them use email. A good citizen uses paper for everything. Also, sending things by paper keeps tens of thousands of people employed. Employment is good. Email is bad.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Halt dich fest.
Halt dich fest.
Festhalten! Süsse
Schön festhalten!
Festhalten!! Süsse
Hier an der gelben Stange festhalten.
An der gelben Stange festhalten!

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  Anonymous wrote:

what is this trash?

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  Anonymous wrote:

probably some psychotic german mother yelling at her soon to be psychotic child in the berliner tram.

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Yes, it's trash. This poop you hear all the time. A mother making big deals about nothing in the tram. Followed by the emergency situation of leaving the tram. Since i also got out, I was kind enough to open the door, helping out a bit. Somebody send 10 k therapists, seriously.

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I hate the fact that there is no objective (negative, haha) information about this city on other platforms, ex. Quora. Why do so many expats recommend this city after all ? It's like everybody who has to deal with the natives knows it's shitty, but is afraid of saying it loud and clear, or writing about it on forums.

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Exactly.

Everywhere you go or everywhetre you ask, you get good opinions about Berlin.

It's so good there're someplace on the Internet where people that didn't liked itcomplain, so you get both opinions. When I'm asked I use to say, that's good for tourism and the Pergamon Museum is worth a visit, but not much more.



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Paper! It's everywhere for everything! Why can't I do things online? Either you have to go to an office, spend 4 hours in a queue to talk with a bureaucrat for 10 minutes, or you have to wait weeks to get a paper letter then send it back to them and hope that it reaches the right person in the right department. What is this, the 20th century? Where does all this paper go? Are there people who take care of the millions of paper documents that must exist? Why do these people have a fetish for formal-on-a-piece-of-paper processes instead of easier and faster methods?

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Germans. One word. No need further explanation.

You know they are superior nation and the way they do things is the best way in the world. How do you dare to question their the best and effective way of doing things ? ( irony)

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Is it just German men in Berlin that are emasculated, have psychological/emotional problems because of being brainwashed by feminism/leftism and growing up in a cold family? I have known some messed up guys before coming to Berlin, but German guys take the prize. They seem almost afraid of women. Is it the same in all of Germany? I've only lived in Berlin.

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Germany is the most Feminist Society in Europe together with Sweden.

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Afraid of women and other things.

I lived with a German guy once who was pretty much the most emasculated person I've met:

-Only showers twice a week because he doesn't want to age too fast (already looks fifty despite being 34)
-Doesn't have Skype, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Hotmail or Myspace because he's afraid of being spied on.
-In four years never had a visitor
-Has a girlfriend he has only met once in real life. Together for over 4 years.
-Afraid of dogs
-Locks the door of his room whenever he is away, out of fear of thieves.
-Thinks feminism is not that bad.
-Didn't want to learn how to play a musical instrument because it'd "ruin the sensibility of his fingers"
-Whenever I'd download stuff and the internet speed would decrease, he'd express his concern regarding possibly being spied on.
-Peed while sitting
-Only went to the supermarket before closing time so as to avoid standing in line with other people
-Played videogames all the time, despite being a bit too old for that.
-Didn't know how to cook. Main dish was noodles with a sausage thrown in. No sauce.

Germans lost their best stock in WWII, someone else said. There might be some truth to that statement.

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  Anonymous wrote:

He probably didn't shower in order to save money.

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  Anonymous wrote:

How are these the qualities of an emasculated man? Sounds to me more like a paranoid man who grew up in GDR.

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Being brave and mentally strong are part of being a man.

I forgot to mention that they guy always slept with the light on.

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A little off-topic, but Germans are complete idiots when it comes to American-run online services and the Internet in general. The government in Germany can legally demand all saved data on specific users without even going through the courts and obtaining a subpoena but they'll all voice their pseudo-intellectual opinions about sharing their data with facebook and google. But the zenith of idiocy was shortly after the Snowden leaks when Merkel gave a speech saying something along the lines of "Part of being an outspoken citizen is the ability to anonymously engage in discourse online" - after decades of the draconian Impressumspflicht.

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  Anonymous wrote:

www.theeuropean.de/valentin-weimer/10728-berlin-ist-arm-an-allem

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Nice quote from Dostoevsky at the end: „Aber mein Gott, was für eine langweilige, entsetzliche Stadt ist Berlin.“

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Brilliant, a must read. Just copy and paste into Google Translate.

Fünf Gründe warum Berlin eine miserable Hauptstadt ist
Berlin wird von Spießern als “die coolste Stadt Deutschlands” gefeiert. Modern, wild, inspirierend, sei sie. Arm, aber sexy. In Wahrheit ist Berlin vor allem arm. An Erfolg, an Leistung, an Geist, an Wärme. Fünf Gründe, warum Berlin eine peinliche Hauptstadt ist.
berlin hauptstadt
© wcw
1. Arm

München brummt, Frankfurt auch, Stuttgart ebenso. Es sammelt sich Kapital und Intelligenz in den süddeutschen Metropolen. In Berlin sammeln sich dagegen Hartz IV-Empfänger, Subventionsritter und Selbstverwirklicher. Vor allem wirtschaftlich schwadroniert Berlin seit Jahrzehnten von „Boom“ und „Gründerszene“, man sieht sich als „hot spot“, Leuchtturm“, „Cluster“ und „Zukunftsmetropole“. Doch von einem Dreh- und Angelpunkt der Wirtschaft ist Berlin so weit entfernt wie die Schrippe von der Südsee. Ökonomisch ist die deutsche Hauptstadt eine langweilige Provinzposse.
Paris hingegen ist in jeder Hinsicht eine wirkliche Hauptstadt des Landes. Von den zehn größten Unternehmen Frankreichs sitzen neun in Paris. Nicht anders sieht es in England aus von den zwölf größten englischen Unternehmen haben zehn ihren Hauptsitz in London. In Madrid und Rom sind es immerhin noch fünf der zehn größten Unternehmen des Landes. Ganz anders in Deutschland: Kein einziges der größten 30 Dax-Unternehmen sitzt in Berlin. Und das bei einer Stadt, die mit 3,5 Millionen Einwohnern nicht nur eindeutig die größte Stadt Deutschlands ist, sondern auch die größte Stadt Kontinentaleuropas. Eine internationale Studie „Cities of Opportunity“, hat 30 Metropolen weltweit nach deren Wirtschaftskraft untersucht – und dabei unter anderem die Zahl der Konzernsitze, das Volumen der internationalen Investitionen und das Wirtschaftswachstum verglichen. Berlin landet hier abgeschlagen auf Platz 22. So im Umfeld von Nairobi, Jakarta oder Buenos Aires.
Nicht einmal in der Medienbranche hat Berlin den Durchbruch geschafft. Dachte man in den Neunzigern noch, hier werde alsbald Deutschlands Fernseh- und Internetgeschichte geschrieben, so herrscht heute Funkstille. Kein einziger großer Sender ist nach Berlin gekommen, Unterföhring ist heute medial einflussreicher als die Hauptstadt. Und auch in der Internetindustrie tönt Berlin zwar lautstark vor sich hin – doch passieren die digitale Revolutionen anderswo. Weder Google (Hamburg) noch Yahoo (München), weder Microsoft (München) noch Facebook (Hamburg), weder Apple (München) noch Amazon (München) haben ihre Deutschlandzentrale in Berlin. Und wenn Huawei sein Forschungszentrum in Deutschland aufbaut – dann in München.
Berlins wirtschaftliche Unfähigkeit wird besonders bei dem Berliner Flughafenprojekt deutlich. Die für den 30. Oktober 2011 geplante Eröffnung des Flughafens wurde bis heute immer und immer wieder verschoben. Dabei wäre selbst der neue Flughafen lächerlich klein gegenüber den Flughäfen anderer Metropolen Europas. Berlin-Tegel ist gerade mal auf dem 23. Platz der größten Flughäfen Europas und landet sogar hinter der Urlaubsinsel Mallorca. Für ein wirtschaftlich so erfolgreiches Land wie Deutschland ist Berlin als Wirtschaftsstandort fast schon peinlich.

2. Links

Der Sozialismus ist gescheitert und außer Mode wie eine gammeliges Marmeladenglas. Nur in Berlin wird immer und immer wieder daraus genascht. Stasi-SED-Linksparteien-Kommunistenkader im Osten, sozial-ökologische Spinner im Westen der Stadt und dazwischen jede Menge linker Etatisten, die am liebsten von „Staatsknete“ leben, prägen das geistige Milieu Berlins bis heute ungeheuer. So kommt es, dass Berlin nach Nordrhein Westfallen die höchste Verschuldung Deutschlands hat.
In der Stadt, in der die Vielfalt gefeiert wird, gibt es häufig bloß rote Einfalt. Politisch-geistig wirkt die Stadt wie in der Mitte des 20. Jahrhunderts stecken geblieben. Bleiern, staatsfixiert, bevormundend. Statt liberale oder experimenteller Avantgarde herrscht in Berlin gestriger, spießiger Parteienfilz. Jahrzehnte lang war Berlin durch den Kommunismus eine geteilte Stadt, geistig ist sie es bis heute. Und immer noch erzielt die SED-Nachfolgepartei hohe Wahlergebnisse. Die beiden Parteien (CDU und FDP) hingegen, die in Deutschland am längsten an der Regierung waren, stellten in Berlin bei der Wahl des letzten Abgeordnetenhauses zusammen gerade einmal 25 Prozent. Rot-Rot-Grün zusammen mit den Piraten erzielten dagegen 65 Prozent. In 47 von 66 Jahren Bundesrepublik Deutschland stellte die CDU den Bundeskanzler. In den anderen Jahren waren es mit Schmidt oder Schröder eher liberale Flügel der SPD. In knapp 40 Jahren wirkte die FDP in der Koalitionsregierung mit. In Berlin war es genau umgekehrt, das bürgerliche und liberale ist hier eine Fußnote der politischen Geschichte der Stadt geblieben.

3. Ungebildet

Nach einer Studie der Initiative Neue Soziale Marktwirtschaft (INSM) hat Berlin das schlechteste Bildungssystem Deutschlands. Ein relativ hoher Anteil der Schüler erreicht nicht einmal die Mindeststandards. Auch die Quote der Schulabbrecher ist mit sieben Prozent dreimal so hoch wie im Rest Deutschlands. Der Zusammenhang zwischen sozialer Herkunft und Bildung ist hier auch besonders hoch. Nicht umsonst siedelt sich Berlin in den PISA-Rankings immer im unteren Bereich an. Inzwischen werden nicht einmal mehr die Schulleiterstellen besetzt. An den Berliner Schulen fehlen 136 Schulleiter und stellvertretende Schulleiter. Besonders dramatisch ist die Lage an Grundschulen, dort sind allein knapp 90 Führungsstellen nicht besetzt. Damit ist fast jede fünfte Grundschule von diesem Problem betroffen.

4. Konfessionslos, treulos und einsam

Berlin dürfte die wohl gottloseste Metropole der Welt sein. 60 Prozent der Berliner gehören keiner Religion an. Damit ist der Anteil noch einmal doppelt so hoch wie im Rest Deutschlands, das im weltweiten Vergleich auch im unteren Bereichen rangiert. Außerdem gilt Berlin als die „Hauptstadt der Singles“. Der Anteil der Singlehaushalte liegt bei sagenhaften 54 Prozent ! Nirgends auf der Welt leben die Menschen einsamer. Und obendrein leben in der Stadt auch noch 100.000 mehr Frauen als Männer: 1,7 Millionen Frauen auf 1,6 Millionen Männer. Wenn sich zwei von den zigtausenden, einsamen Berlinern dann trotzdem mal gefunden haben sollten, ist die Wahrscheinlichkeit der Trennung dann auch noch ziemlich hoch: Genau die Hälfte aller geschlossenen Ehen gehen in Berlin zu Bruch, in Deutschland sind es dagegen gut ein Drittel.

5. Hauptstadt nur für sich

Nach der Wiedervereinigung schien es, als würde Berlin die Projektionsfläche, die Bühne, das Sinnbild eines neuen, weltoffenen, modernen Deutschlands. Es hatte die Chance, als Hauptstadt die bunte, aufbrechende Republik zu verkörpern. Doch daran ist Berlin gescheitert. Die Stadt wirkt im Rest der Republik wie ein selbstverliebtes Solitär, das sich von den anderen aushalten lässt. Es verliert Sympathie und Integrationskraft. Berlin ist in weiten Teilen Deutschlands so beliebt wie ein Dortmunder auf Schalke; und es hat in den Retro-Trends der deutschen Heimaten zu wenig Gemeinsamkeiten mit den Landsmannschaften. Junge Bayern, Hessen, Schwaben, Sachsen, Rheinländer, selbst Norddeutsche orientieren sich heute weniger nach Berlin als vor 20 Jahren. Es ist eine große generationelle Enttäuschung. Berliner sehen sich ja selber gerne als Welt-Hauptstadt. Dabei sind sie nicht einmal akzeptierte Kapitale des eigenen Landes. Ihr Reiz verfängt nur noch bei Spießern des verblassenden Nonkonformismus’. Oder wie Fjodor M. Dostojewski gesagt hat: „Aber mein Gott, was für eine langweilige, entsetzliche Stadt ist Berlin.“

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Hahaha, so good!

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First -- thank god for this website, I just found it and it alleviated the guilt I've been carrying about how dreadful this city is. I really tried my best to like it but it's finally broken me. Second -- the slacktavist lefties in this city drives me mad. I worked as a community organizer in the U.S. and saw communities fighting tooth and nail for better wages, healthcare, immigration reform, marriage equality, etc. In Berlin it seems being left-wing seems more like a narcissistic lifestyle where you grow a dreadlock mullet, get an antifa stick n' poke tattoo, and harass non-vegans. I've seen very little meaningful grassroots political organizing like in other countries, but I have seen a tofu-load of 'progressive' dropouts who think pooping on auslanders, spray painting anarchy signs, and drinking stern

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cont: drinking sternburg in their squats is going to change the freaking world. It gives those of us whose actual careers are dedicated to social change a pooping reputation. (sorry, accidentally submitted the post too soon. Lot's of love to all the fellow haters.)

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Agree 100% about the fake Berlin racist left, not to mention the homicidal far-right.

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Leftists are usually more racist than right-wingers, as leftists see a foreigner and instantly think of him as an exotic subhuman who is in dire need of help and paternalism.

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And right wingers see foreigners as moving targets. Your point being?

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" Your point being? "

Kill yourself.

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> I just found it and it alleviated the guilt I've been carrying about how dreadful this city is.

Haha, welcome! I think most people here had the same feeling. First, you get really more and more depressed. Then you start investigating why and it comes out that it's either you or them. Of course, you think, it must be me. Gotta get more vitamins, sun (lol, good luck), exercise, etc. That doesn't help. Then you come upon this place and suddenly see that no, other people have the exact same feelings and problems.

2 more weeks and I'm gone. No more people scowling at me for now reason, no people blocking doorways while talking on the phone, no people pissing EVERYWHERE, and finally some sunshine. I wish all the other people here a hasty departure as well.

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"Kill yourself."

Turn on your gas oven and stick yourself inside, you Nazi twat.

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It's a fact that left-wing "activists" are a much greater threat to people in Germany today than their right-wing counterparts.

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