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

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Dear Stasi Zersetzungs Unit,
You did it. You beat me down. You destroyed my will. I'm giving up. I'm leaving Germany before week is up, either in a jet or in a body bag. I know you groomed me for years, trying your best to draw me into a compromising situation for later control. You once implanted dreams of being a normal, contributing member of society. I know the exact moment you realised you couldn't control me and instead opted to destroy me. I know the techniques you've used over the last 5 years to infect my brain. I know the extent to which your slimy fingers reach within the German economy - a module in every HR suite. You made me unemployable. You made my flat uninhabitable. You sent your spooks and your g men and your henchmen after me, not to kill me but to make me kill myself. You stationed police in front of my home who would laugh at me every night. You positioned the mindless wino below my window who howled at the moon and laughed at her own bodily functions. You intercepted parcels and contaminated my medicines. You stole my mail. You spoke with my neighbours in search of damning information. Well it's over. I'm out. I'm going for a long walk now through the darkness of - well you know exactly where I am, don't you? I know you're behind every overheated phone, every hard drive that randomly spins up, every smart speaker that begins actively listening. Come and end it now, this may be your last chance.
You know who

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  Anonymous wrote:

Berlin...home of nazis, stasi, and antifa. A city of evil.

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  Anonymous wrote:

It's because Germans all vacillate between far right extremism and far left extremism, worshiping nothing but the state and environmentalism. It's always been this way and always will. To these mindless robots violence is OK as long as you have the right opinion.

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The rarest things in Berlin are signs of courtesy, signs of appreciation for generosity shown, the words please and thank you, a smile for no particular reason, a helping hand, someone saying yes", and any form of co-operation.

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  Anonymous wrote:

These people are evil and the expats who love this place so much can go to hell. The people and this joke city/village are retards....sorry, are full retards on pills.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Just as an experiment try posting anywhere on the internet with a reasonably sized community about how much you hate Berlin/Germany. Try reddit/quora/twitter/yahoo answers. Within minutes you'll have rabid expats and bumbling Berliners foaming at the mouth over the things you've typed and you'll be banned within a day or two if you keep it up. This isn't organic and reeks of astroturf.

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  Anonymous wrote:

No wonder Berliners don't wnat us here www.breitbart.com/europe/2019/08/22/one-quarter-of-germans-now-come-from-migrant-backgrounds/

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  Anonymous wrote:

"one quarter" ??? It has to be much more!!!

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  Anonymous wrote:

LOL - Berlin is a city with no real industry aside from 20-year-old startups and tourism. Seeing these idiots bite the hand that feeds them is hilarious.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I wish I never had to see or hear another German ever again.

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  Anonymous wrote:

"Ever" will be too soon

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  Anonymous wrote:

Nothung changes in Berlin, thius was written here 7 years ago:

I hate the tube here - especially the U8, ancient square featureless carriages, filled with a complete cross-section of lifes losers and losers to be, each emiting their own gut-wrenching body odours.... each journey is a feat of human endurement..

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  Anonymous wrote:

haha, so true

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  Anonymous wrote:

Overpriced, very unfriendly, it sucks here

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  Anonymous wrote:

yup, it sure does.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Creepy freaking german organization owner who is celebrating the fact that more families with young children are joining the FKK movement.
www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2019/aug/08/the-naked-truth-is-naturism-dying-out-in-germany

Why the hell is the only international news coverage of Germany about some creepy butt shit?

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Oh sorry, here's an article about Germany from the international press that isn't about something creepy:
apnews.com/7eeaa0b5fde44b98a4f8dc896da295a3
"Wide implications as Germany teeters toward recession"
The country's been trying its best to pretend this isn't happening, blaming weather patterns and river water levels. Wonder what kind of conspiracy poop they're gonna claim this time. Probably it'll somehow be AfD voters.
apnews.com/7eeaa0b5fde44b98a4f8dc896da295a3

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  Anonymous wrote:

I talked to half a dozen AfD marchers in Dresden and they were very friendly intelligent people, nothing like what the left-wing media makes them out to be.

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  Anonymous wrote:

It's full of Greenies, Antifa people and associated degenerates. Graffiti and stupid meaningless stickers everywhere.

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You wouldn't mind them if they were sincere and respecful to others, but it's obvious they are just following like sheep. AntiFa morins are just thugs, o=pure and simple, they take their sadness for their pahetic little lives out on people with good conservative family values.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I have met a lot as well. There are plenty of intelligent ones, also plenty of weird autists just like every other group. The majority seem very rational. The loudest are predictably the worst. Probably 100% better than antifas.

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The problem is, they are all brainwashed, but they don't realize they are brainwashed.

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  Anonymous wrote:

But Where go?

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(serious question)

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  Anonymous wrote:

Depends if you can work remotely. If so, then go east, but try to find somewhere with a low pollution level. Otherwise, try Konstanz, because you are a walk over the border to Switzerland. Cologne is good, very friendly people who include you. I think the bes city to live in is ythe one where you have the best friends and family around you, if you have a dysfunctional family, try to get help with mediation with them, work hard to keep close to your family members. Otherwise, big cities will eat you up. What do you do for a living?

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I‘m a business/psychology student. I was more thinking of London or Spain (Madrid), also like Vienna. Perhaps California? Just unsure about leaving (“escaping?”). Same with Ai Wei Wei. Will it really be better for me to leave? (My fam is in Berlin). I think so. I just hope the problem is not me but the city. Guess I would be happier at another please, also taking into account I’ve lived 2,5 years in the Netherlands, and 0,5 in Beijing. Risks are it won’t be better upon leave. But you always have that risk? I guess follow Impulses and just try huh ?

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What's the absolute worst that can happen? You fail and come back after a year or two. If your family lives here (my sympathies) then things should be really easy.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Hey guys, it’s time to spit again my hate on Berlin. I am a Berliner. I quote my high school’s ethics teacher for a moment: “Berlin is an illness.”. The problem with Berlin is the city lacks motivation. People have no drive to fight for something that’s valuable to them. The end goal is just nice after work evening, perhaps drinks, family. Like there is no larger motivation. It’s difficult to describe this. But life needs commitment. It flourishes when people’s blood gets elevated because they fight for something. An ideal. A better life. A social goal. Whatever. Just hustle. In Berlin everyone is retarded. There are no goals. It’s nihilistic. Existentialiitic. Some like it though. But I hate it. No dynamism. No connection. No social interaction and integration. No drive.

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I agree except about the family thing. People here definitely do not value families at all. No family-oriented activities, no family values. Nothing except antiseptic state-sponsored daycare and 300eur a month wired straight from the mother Germany.

Also there are a lot of people with drive in Berlin. Drive to burn cars (happens literally daily), throw rocks at cops and attend all these drug-crazed sex dungeons.

Berlin is cancer for dreams. People here never achieve anything because the entire society treats every member as nothing more than a cog in a machine. Changing careers without returning to school for 4 additional years isn't possible. No one encourages anyone. It's not even a rat race because that would imply trying. It's a bunch of people swirling around the toilet bowl on their way straight to hell.

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It's full of hedonsists escaping from their psychotic parents, because of all the history their relatives have been through, they are all mad, from wars, the great depression, wall going up to divide them and living under Marxist communist dictators, the wall coming down, consumed wit guilt about their past and trying to adjust to a capitalist society but having no clue how to do that.

Psychologically, they are a mess, so they escape through sex, drugs, AntiFa, piercings, tattoos, mindless techno 'music', alcohol and defacing people's property with worhless graffiti and burning cars, because they are riddled with envy. Very sad, very sad people indeed.

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I've never met a German who actually was trying to rebel against his or her parents and I don't think it's the cultural norm here. If anything, German parents seem to be so utterly aloof, permissive and passive that I don't know what they would rebel against. Rebel against drinking and doing drugs? Rebel against casual sex? Rebel against public nudism? I agree that they're a mess and extremely sad individuals but I think they're trying to do the opposite of escape their parents. I think they long for human warmth, closeness and emotional support.

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They sound so retarted when saying “ach! , so

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