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

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  Anonymous wrote:

It kills me that you have to wait until all your groceries have been scanned before you can swipe your card in the supermarket.

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  Anonymous wrote:

When I left my home country for Berlin, I never thought that one of the main things I'd look forward to doing when visiting home would be visiting the f*cking SUPERMARKETS there.

But, my god, they're an absolute paradise compared to every single dirty, squalid, nasty hole of an Aldi, Lidl, Netto, Rewe, Reichelt, Edeka etc. in this dump. Zero quality, extremely narrow choice that largely consists of revolting Abendbrot fodder, hard bread, tasteless fruit & veg, inedible meat, sour-faced clientele with zero manners or situational awareness, and a grand total of two checkouts (if you're lucky) staffed by downtrodden drones (not actively hostile, if you're even luckier) who scan everything through at the speed of light while you panic and flail.

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  Anonymous wrote:

haha. true

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  Gagging in the street wrote:

Dear avid BH readers,
Churchhill once said that the germans (then referred to as the hun) were either at your throat or at your feet. Please help me understand how this rather apt generalisation plays out in Berlin?

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  Anonymous wrote:

Easy. If you are a figure of authority, they will treat you with respect. If you are a foreigner or non-white, you are inferior and are meant to obbey them. This explains the behaviour patterns people here complain about. If you were a foreigner with a lot of prestige or fame, Germans would treat you differently.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I have attended a job interview yesterday. The company was a start up and it was the worst job interview ever.

The person who was conducting the interview has failed to provide clear job specifications. Beyond this point, during the interview there were too many inconsistencies and uncertainties. After Brexit decision, you know media pampers that Berlin will be the new capital of start ups. I have also talked to couple of friends and heard the similar experiences regarding start ups. I can understand, start ups can have some minor problems but it seems they are looking for people who basically give all and demand minimum salary. I find this perception bullshit.

Berlin could only be the capital of failure !

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  Anonymous wrote:

The hype around Berlin startups has been going on for a long time, before Brexit. The real startup city in mainland Europe is Amsterdam. There are more stable companies there, better salaries, etc. Behind Amsterdam is maybe Paris if you speak French well, then Berlin and Barcelona. The rest is hit an miss. If you're looking for a more stable developer job within Germany, not at a risky startup, Munich is supposedly a better city for that.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Yeah, the German media likes to pat itself on the back and describe how Berlin is courting startups from London but no one with any awareness of the world believes this. If they want English skills or highly educated people (not just with degrees from diploma mills) then they'll go to Amsterdam as stated above. If they want hard workers, they will go to France or Eastern Europe. If they want to fail they will come to Berlin.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Some crowd of third-wave feminists hissed and booed at Goddess Trump today in Berlin. At least she doesn't have to fear having acid thrown in her face by walking around her hometown.

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  Anonymous wrote:

>Goddess Trump

You Trumpers are so quick to call Trump "God emperor" and "Führer" that you should probably start a religion centered around this orange person.

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  Anonymous wrote:

The term comes from China, dumbass.

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  Anonymous wrote:

they just hating on Ivanka T, you may disagree with her politics, but booers are just bitter when confronted by a beautiful FEMININE woman with grace and style

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  Anonymous wrote:

It's true, did you see the photo op with the walrus and the leather skinned weasel? SAD

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  Anonymous wrote:

Germans have good sense of humour. They just don't know it cause they are serious with it.

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  Anonymous wrote:

...They say things you would usually say among friends for fun acted and they are so serious which actually adds to the humour haha. It's like they forget to wink at some point and took it for real.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Berliner Neo-Luddites win again. Kreuzberg can remain a place of drunken reflection, abject poverty and laughing at ones own genitals.
www.gruenderszene.de/allgemein/widerstand-gegen-google-campus-in-berlin-kreuzberg

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  Anonymous wrote:

This could actually create real workplaces, but that hey, that means it would also stop people from chillin'.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Maybe people are right and this would fornicate up things and not help anybody in the area (except raise their rent)?

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  Anonymous wrote:

The German tendency to say "ach, echt?!" in a sarcastic manner whenever you point out at something that may or may not seem obvious to them.

Basically, being passive-aggressive, which is "fine" if done by women, but downright annoying if a male does it.

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  Anonymous wrote:

You know what's hilarious? People like to turn you into a snail! when they want you to work faster. It's a saying that means to make somebody small, or critisize somebody harshly but they don't get the actual meaning of a snail lol. I'm not saying they actually want you to work faster though :) which doesn't though contradict with them not getting the meaning of a snail... And at the same time they might actually want you to work faster. Like a fail on both levels. It is unclear where their consciousness is and chances are it's in between somewhere who knows. And surely it isn't just funny, while funny being also something serious by showing absurdities as a side effect. It is also serious cause it is a human being and it is pretty sad to deal with such impossible people. When you laugh hatefully it kind of goes against something within you unless it is just innocent laughing cause something is funny especially without it having another intention -yet you can't try that anyway which is good - But at the same time it is good to express just how you feel, that's always the mystery. Anger expressed leads to sense of humour but hate is a bit different, yet it is normal to hate something cause often it relates to what we love. I mention this also cause people like to enable you taking a ridiculing position so they can again vent on you which means you actually didn't intend to ridicule and don't have to doubt when you laugh.

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  Xeno-File wrote:

Xeno-File again.
Napoleon was right: "If you tell a German a lie, he'll believe it sometimes."
I don't want to throw every German into the same bin, but Berliners top it.

They don't have a sense of critical thinking.
They don't have a sense of love, hate, joy, sorrow etc. They are like machines.

As a countryside German by myself, I am glad to have recognized that Germany is not my country.

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EDIT:
I said:
"They don't have a sense of critical thinking.
They don't have a sense of love, hate, joy, sorrow etc. They are like machines."
This irrestisibly reminded me of a German band called Kraftwerk, which had produced tons of songs around technology. Like "We Are Robots" or "Computer Love"...'nuff said.

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  Anonymous wrote:

It is not just Berliners, it is all Germans. The German nation is one of followers. They will follow rules and leaders even if it means their demise.

Yes, they are like machines, void of feelings and real personalities. Met one German (vegan, SJW, self-hating anti-nationalist, anti-patriotism, sits down to pee, gets cheated on by his gf, watches kinky p0rnography, likes sh1tty music and TV, passive-aggressive, obsessed with career and work, stingy and selfish, hates the USA), met them all.

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  Maria wrote:

I am leaving Berlin for good on Monday. Am packing up this weekend. Texting friends and family at home, making plans to meet up. It's such an incredible feeling, to know that you're leaving this place. I hope you all get to experience this someday soon.

Background info:
I came to Berlin 1 year ago. At first, I was drawn to the physical freedom that I found in Berlin... you know, the typical things. Good quality of life for the price, slower pace of life, not stressful compared to major cities, lots of arts/culture/entertainment/nightlife, diversity, people weren’t obsessed with status, income or image like they are in so many places, and so on. I slowly realized, over that year, that this was all an illusion. And a very twisted illusion at that. If you don’t have the awareness and introspection skills to see Berlin for what it is, you WILL become a typical Berliner over time, if you stay in Berlin.

Here is my breakdown of the “illusions” of Berlin…

Good quality of life for the price - This is all relative to your salary. Salaries in Berlin are very low, unemployment is very high, prices are skyrocketing (especially for housing) without increase in salary or industry. There is a social tension in Berlin because tourists come in with money, long-term tourists come here and live for months/years, etc, and this pisses off people on Hartz IV and/or those receiving housing assistance, or those who make a typical low Berlin salary. I would say only maybe 20-30% of people in Berlin make a “real” salary. The rest are on some kind of social assistance, are unemployed, people who work very part-time (a few shifts at a bar or something) and are always working on “projects”, students and/or make a very low salary. The average person doesn’t have a career or much ambition. Tourism is the only real industry in Berlin, yet the people resent it because it’s forcing Berlin to change/evolve/etc, and people in Berlin are evolutionary failures. People who can’t and won’t evolve, change or adapt. The only reason they continue to survive/live is because the German government provides so much for them.

Slower pace of life/not stressful compared to major cities - True, but you also don’t get the bustling energy of a true major city. Berlin is more like a bunch of provincial towns pasted together.

Lots of art/culture/entertainment/nightlife - Once you go to a few grungy bars in Kreuzberg, some galleries that you know deep down in your heart is displaying totally sh*t art, eat doner a few times, go to the nightclubs stuck in time in the 90s with the whole sex/raver/drug den culture, maybe go to the Christmas markets in December… you have basically experienced all of the “culture” that Berlin has to offer. Unless your idea of culture is sitting in gritty bars where you can’t breathe from smoke fumes, going to horrible art galleries, getting high in clubs, going to fetish/sex parties, etc, you will tire of Berlin’s art/culture/nightlife etc, and find that it offers no variety.

Diversity - LMAO. This one is hilarious. I could write a book on how twisted this is in Berlin. Yes, on the outside, Berlin looks diverse, but really all you have is people who might look different, but they all think the same. You can be white, black, brown, yellow, green, but you think the same exact way as everyone else, have the same personality. Even in fashion, people in Berlin largely all dress the same and you won’t find many people with a unique style like you’d see in other big cities across the world. People are very same-samey, matching, robotic, conformist. Also, Germans deep down are quite prejudiced, xenophobic and secretly will never accept outsiders even though they put on this facade of being international, liberal, what with their constant traveling overseas etc. If you are white and learn fluent German, you might be partly accepted, but you will have to CONSTANTLY hear autistic screeching from Germans about how your country is x, y and z, how Germany does this and that better, hear their passive aggressive cowardly put-downs, and so on. If you are brown, non-European background, etc, forget it. Leave Berlin immediately before it starts to damage your psyche. People will assume you are a refugee at first glance, or a drug dealer (if you’re a black man), and you will never really be accepted in German society, let alone be allowed to prosper or advance. The best case scenario for non-white immigrants is opening a nail salon. Germans will always use Asians as an example of successful immigrants, when they are criticizing Turks for not wanting to integrate… yes, you can come to Germany, wash toilets, work in restaurants… maybe someday you can even open a nail salon! You good little immigrant! *pats your head*

People aren't obsessed with status, income or image - True, but they are obsessed with having the same exact political and social opinions , wearing the same clothes, thinking the same thoughts, eating the same horrible food, drinking the same cheap terrible beer, etc. There is MORE peer pressure in Berlin to conform, then there would be in a bigger, more cosmopolitan city that has true diversity in human beings. Yes, you will find more materialistic people in big cities like London, Paris or New York, but you’ll also find real artists, real intellectuals, real working class people who aren’t totally hostile, real everything. In Berlin, everyone is basically just the same, and if you are not, you will be soon, because no one can psychologically handle living in Berlin while being a real individual. Politics - mostly they are deranged wannabe anarchist pseudo leftist types who think they are “free" while being dependent on the German government, alcohol and drugs. Lots of SJW, 5th wave feminist type of brain damaged morons who find Berlin to be a mecca for their ilk. Lots of people have no real friends, are lonely, etc… this is why you will find people drinking at 10am on Tuesday on the train. In general, people here don’t have fulfilling relationships, and a large part of having good mental/emotional health, is having fulfilling relationships. People this stupid, devoid of common sense/reality, lacking in empathy/social skills and people this irresponsible WILL, over time, damage your own psyche.

Basically, Berlin is for a very specific type of person. It’s basically a place for losers, slackers, bums, etc… it’s like living in your mother’s basement forever, surrounded with other people living in their mum’s basement, so you never have to feel bad about yourself, although deep down you are extremely insecure. If you have any ambition or spark or whatever in you, you will come here and be miserable after a while, because you never planned to live in your mum’s basement forever… which is what Berlin is. If you are not this type of person, leave immediately before this city damages your psyche. I am leaving on Monday and am losing thousands of euros in the process, but I can’t stand to be here any longer.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I could have written this very same post. I left Berlin almost a month ago. Haven't regretted it a single time. Now I am back in my sunny hometown in the Caribbean, which is full of normal people. I have yet to see a woman with a nose piercing here, or a guy with a tattooed face, SJW vegans or someone who is in an open "relationship".

F*** Berlin.

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  Anonymous wrote:

This was a great post.Thanks.
Berlin Sucks

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  Anonymous wrote:

Wanted to add - getting almost anything done is unnecessarily stressful in Germany, yet somehow Germany has a reputation for being "efficient". Example - I spent 300 euros on a DHL shipment overseas, scheduled a pick-up and paid a fee for that (with VAT tax)... they simply never arrived. Didn't leave a note, never rang, nothing. I called DHL, absolutely no one spoke English (kept calling and trying to find an English speaker willing to help me for over an hour). Emailed them, they sent me an automated response in German and never contacted me. Courier is still not here for pickup and it is the end of the day. This is what kind of customer service you can expect in Berlin on a daily basis. Basically give your money to companies and be treated like sh*t for it. And anything related to the government, taxes or bureaucracy is 50x worse. It is really, really stressful to live here. I really do not find Germany to be "efficient" at all. More like they take a sadistic pleasure in making everything very complicated and difficult. And the robotic Germans/robotic expats are such fearful sheep they never speak up against stupid or wrong things.

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Dhl/Post combine the worst aspects of an historical (i.e. still de facto) German public entity with a German private organization.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Good for you to have figured it out just in one year! It took me 4,5 years, after changing jobs, changing apartments to finally understand that there is no point in trying anymore.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I, too, have come to accept that Berlin has broken my will. It's taken me more than a decade of vastly different living conditions here to realize I will never find happiness in this city. I just am not yet sure how I am going to leave.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Some ... psychotic wifes of german employers.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I fled Berlin a few months ago. My faith in humanity had almost been restored until I went on holiday. A couple from Berlin were in the vicinity and I couldn't flee. The nightmares instantly came back.

It's not the terrible architecture, weather or food which makes Berlin unattractive, it's the people. "Oh no, you can't do it like that", "Really, is that all you've got", "This one time, I was managing 10,000 people", "In Germany, we do the best sausages". Every conversation involved highlighting how awesome they were or Germany in general, whilst delivering minor put downs. The retorts were something I expected from children, then I forgot I was dealing with Berliners again.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Serious question time: Can anyone here list off anything that is better in Berlin (or Germany in general) than in other, more developed countries? I'm not interested in comparisons to the third world. Thanks.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I can tell you what isn't better:
-food, music, people, women, weather, public transportation, tax system, healthcare, schools

The cultural landscape is very diverse. There are lots of museums and music festivals, but that's the only thing that comes to mind.

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  Anonymous wrote:

bread, if you're the type that eats bread of course

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  Anonymous wrote:

actually, I think public transport in Berlin is pretty good

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  Anonymous wrote:

If you enjoy being attacked while commuting then sure.

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  Anonymous wrote:

hmmm, um... er, well... nope, cant think of anything.... wait.... um.. nope.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Some people here seem to forget that this page is called BERLINhater, not GERMANhater. You have a problem with Germans? Just go back to your worthless sh*tcountry! Scum like you makes me sick!

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  Anonymous wrote:

Most of the things that suck about Berlin are just amplifications of things that suck about Germany in general. Sorry you feel the need to defend savages.

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" Just go back to your worthless sh*tcountry"

Why would I want to go back to Germany?

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  Anonymous wrote:

Hans, go suck a dick. Germany is only slightly better than Berlin.

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Oh my poor Fritz.My "Worthless Country" Is sitting on every natural resource that you will need when the Russians cut off your gas. I guess my "Worthless Country" will take a great deal of joy selling you our left over "Shit all over solar energy ". But just let me add. We sell all the good stuff to China. If you are lucky we may throw you a scrap for some inflated prices. You can complain to the E.U. of course.But as a nation state we dont give a fuck.(Guess which Nation State I belong to Fritz...Go grow a potato)

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P.S. Dear Fritz. I hope I live long enough to take my grandchildrn to the natural history museam in Vienna and show them the magnificent stuffed specimen of a retarded,useless creature known as the "Doe Doe ". At the next exhibit of useless natural design their will be "The German". At which point I fully expect my grandchildren to be rolling on the floor in fits of laughter saying."Grandad..did they really walk the earth?..How can such a retarded creature live!) I will pat them on the heads and go buy an ice cream and not give it a second thought.

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Hey Hans, shouldn't you be losing a world war now? F**k off back to the refugee camp. You've got work there to do.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Stefan is so triggered he is refreshing the page and repeatedly downvoting.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Shut up german scum .Go back to your refugee Camp

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  Anonymous wrote:

keep downvoting, german nazi cunt.

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i don't like hating people in general. it means i am no better than the nazis.

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thats not the only reason youre no better than one

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  Anonymous wrote:

That germans are bad conversationalists. When I occasionally get together with them, I try to get drunk so I can survive the meeting. They should be really not allowed to travel and just stay in their boring stupid country.

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Germans only make sense when you are drunk. Before every social engagement with Germans I made sure I was quite pissed..That way the evening is funny despite every Germans attempts to make it like drowning in social quick sand.

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  Dawg-gone-it wrote:

Living a wasted life in Berlin is a pity. Did you know that it´s impossible to waste Time, and that Time tends rather to waste YOU!! If you want a cheap life, look up South East Asia. Its CHEAP and you´re unlikely to feel more of an outsider than you already do here in Berlin. What are you all doing in Europe anyway..its going to the dogs.

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South East Asia shits on you in terms of culture. Asia does not give two tiny sexual act about Europe.They are so far ahead of Europe in terms of real global power Europe is just a meaningless bit of roadkill on the footpath of history.

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Much of SE Asia is still developing, so no idea what you're talking about. Sure, Singapore is one of the wealthiest countries in the world, but it's a tiny spec in that region, like Lichtenstein. That said, if you're earning a western salary (remote work), you can likely live like a king in many of those countries and in general have a good time. Just the standard of living is lower and the weather sucks (hot and humid all year).

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> On Berlin hate page
> Talks about low wages in other countries
> Complains about weather in another country

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? Yeah, Berlin's winter sucks ass, but so does every day being over 30c and very humid. Most major cities in SEA are also not on the beaches, those are separate areas. Just use street view and you can see how run down and dirty those cities look for yourself, they're in a lot worse shape than Berlin. I said nothing about the wages, but even the crappy wages in Berlin are more than you'd earn in most of those countries. They are great digital nomad countries though because even a mediocre western salary will be far more than what most people in those countries earn. If I was going for something like that though, I'd rather aim for somewhere a bit closer, more developed, and drier, like some of Spain or Portugal's islands.

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Jesus you are a whiny fag. Consider suicide.

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  Anonymous wrote:

> On Berlin hate page
> Calls others whiny fags

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Guy above me is obviously just another mindless Matze who continues to perform the convoluted mental gymnastics necessary present this garbage heap of a city as even acceptable. Look Matthias, people elsewhere in the world who aren't piss-poor, hand-to-mouth peasants, when encountering a problem, are intelligent and sensible enough to fix the problem with money. If one is so sensitive to the heat that 30° is deemed miserable then one invests in an air conditioner, that thing that was invented over a century ago. Maybe it's difficult to align that purchase with your fear of carbon emissions and global warming, but your aforementioned quantum cognizance can take care of that for you.

And the streets of Southeast Asia are most certainly not more run down, dirty or disgusting than those of Berlin. I would venture to say even that, per capital, there is more fresh urine on the streets of Berlin than in any city in Southeast Asia. And in Southeast Asia you don't have to fear that your car will be ignited overnight by an autistic Antifa drone who lives at home with his mother. At least the police in Asia actually do something - not like the ones in Berlin that hold seminars on how properly lock up your bike, spraypaint reminders are the most dangerous parts of the city to lookout for pickpockets, and harass foreign-looking males to elevate the "subjective feeling of security" among this city of failure.

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  Kraut-tamer wrote:

I´m feeling an ultra-violent spree coming on for the next german who crosses me, and while I beat the stuffing out of his sorry Berliner a-hole I´ll ask him, fuhlen Sie sich wohl jetzt? oder Doch nicht!

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Dont ask anything.Just punch the vagina in the head.With my kindest greetings.Please do it for me.PLEASE.

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your wish is my command

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  Get thee gone! wrote:

Did you ever, as a foreigner ever get sick of people saying `Fühlen Sie sich wohl hier?´ They said it to me until I finally made out why, namely that they aren´t happy, so how dare we non-germans be walking around with a pleasant look on our faces. A german friend told me that germans judge smiling people to be simpletons or americans, which to them is the same thing. To be friendly is to be superficial, perhaps even to be thought of as unseriös - a cardinal sin! Hey Krauts! Don´t let your guard slip otherwise we´ll think you´re part human you rancorous reptilians.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Just came back from Hamburg. So the problem is really within Berlin. Now I have no doubts about it.
Berlin is so poor in all possible criteria, and it is definitely not sexy. God i fcking hate this turd of a city.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Hey, what's wrong with all you people, can't you see the Emperor's New Clothes, only fools can't see them, don't you know that, just ask the minister of propaganda, she'll tell you. Look they're so shiny and expensive looking, I think I'll buy some myself.

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you want us to ask Olga Vasilieva?

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Ahhhh.Haaa.

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  Anonymous wrote:

You uckiing piece of sheet, how dare you come here making all these people jealous, look at my face, I'm now green with envy, thanks to you. Good reminder though. I'm nearly out of here. Went for a holiday recently to Italy and felt some real hospitality and cooperation and general friendliness.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Sorry, this was meant as a reply to Wish-You-Were-Here, see below

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  Fair Capitalist wrote:

Holy Sheet, listen to this fcked up spin-doctor propaganda from a guy with a vested interest for capitalists. You watch the Germans buy his BS lock stock and barrel. He wants women with children working at their highest capacity, so he suggests more childcare centres to isolate them even more from two working parents.

Watch how the brain-dead feminists back him up when they get funded to do so, selling their sisters down the river of extreme capitalism, just so they can buy more expensive status symbols. People in east Europe might be poorer, but at least they have some sense of the importance of family over wealth. His rhetoric is straight out of Brave New World.
www.breitbart.com/london/2017/04/17/germany-employers-demand-open-borders/

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stop spamming this place.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Since the guy above me needs to take a personal day just from seeing the name Breitbart in a URL, here is the same story from some state-owned news channel which might better fit your cuckhold worldview
www.deutschlandfunk.de/arbeitgeber-praesident-deutschland-braucht-neue.1939.de.html

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you are a loser for still spamming this site with alt right garbage. Go away loser. Go jerk off to Trumpanzee and Alex Johns, snowflake. You are so pathetic that you need to spread garbage propoganda online and call others cucks just to feel smarter and mannlier. You are such a loser!

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I see you are one of the many dysfunctional adult children that has moved to Berlin because you cannot handle reality.

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  Wish-you-were-here wrote:

I woke up today here on the other side of the world from Deutschland, laughed and did a victory strut around my bedroom. Oh it feels good never to have to deal with those folk again! You won´t know the feeling of being re-born folks until you quit subjecting yourself to the dysfunction which is GERMANY! Please dream that your own personal nightmare has a time-limit which is rapidly approaching. Meditation may help. Berlin is simply a masochistic state-of-mind, and you will wake up when you are really ready to leave.

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  Anonymous wrote:

same here. I am glad I am no longer in that hellhole.

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  Aziz wrote:

In most big cities like London, Madrid, Brussels or Hamburg, you meet with colleagues for some drinks. But Berlin doesn't have any big companies. It's share of self-employed people and small enterprises is much higher than anywhere else. So financially everybody is on edge. And most people aren't affluent at all. Then add a substantial segment of really poor people living from entitlements of the state. It's a pity that in Berlin you won't ever hear lively chatter among 30 year old professionals in pubs and bars, filing out of their offices and enjoying life. These are the people who splurge on culture, fashion and art. These are the people who have careers.

Many local cultures make a virtue or "principle" out of a given fact. Correspondingly, Berliners hate normal corporate professionals and their lifestyle because Berlin hardly has any, yet. I'm sure one day one of its start-ups will grow massively and generate this professional class. Until then, it's a bad place for anybody aged 25-45 who wants to get along and get ahead. Until then, its horrible Brandenburg roots and harsh ever-present historical wounds will remain essentially un-transformed. Bourgeois, liberal working people are like tranquilizers and anti-depressants that Berlin direly needs.

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That work colleagues usually don't meet for drinks is rather a german thing than a berliner thing. It's in their logic not to mix things up, each person has it's own designated place. I was surprised to see that this is also the case for younger people ...

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  Anonymous wrote:

Berlin is not for bourgeois, liberal working people who pay taxes and have a sense of humor, common sense and social skills. Berlin is a city for layabouts, losers, bums, slackers, sh*t wannabe artists, alcoholics, drug addicts, people with personality disorders, people with very poor social skills. Germans are basically collectively autistic, so if you have horrible social skills/low empathy, you'll do well in Berlin. Berlin is at least 10-15 years away from any kind of transformation to become a cosmopolitan city. I think it will actually get worse as Islamisation and ghettoization increases. Imagine Berlin as ugly and depressing as it is, but with no go zones.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Aziz, no start-ups will ever get off the ground in Berlin :o))) Be honest, you know that.

To the previous post, you are absolutely right on the money, you my friend have nailed it, a hole in one, ONE HOONDRED AND EIGHTY!!! A perfect 147 (Snooker) a straight sets win. Brilliant!!!! You deserve the BLN-HTR April award for succinct brevity.

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  Anonymous wrote:

berlin lives off tourism and hartz 4, now add 75,000 NEW refugee Hartz 4 recipients...how are THEY going to get jobs in berlin when there ARE no jobs??

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  Anonymous wrote:

the other bundesländer support berlin. that's it.

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