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

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It makes you think.
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Oh deary, deary me, are you suggesting sir that moslem multi-kulti is to blame for spoiling the Christian christmas. Rhetorical question, because it's obvious the answer is yes.

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Who wants to bet the terrorist will hide among friends in Berlin?

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At least the yellow jackets are pushing back.

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Berlin is a city full of Millennials. This generation is really very sick!

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Might seem that way in Mitte, but the average age in Berlin is like 43. Much older than other capital cities.

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Right Hipster is not older than 36! People born in the years 1981-1991 are stinky Millennials!

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stfu old grumpy fart. your kind espcially germans are by far the rudest mfkrs.

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Dumb-as-phuck millennials and posers are mainly within the ring, the older wiser people live outside the ring and actually have a life and enjoy their family-time.

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Give the date - whether peasant bleat!,

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The date is April Fool's Day and whether peasant bleat, NO, sheep bleat, not a peasant, they go "oo ee oo aa aa, walla walla bing bang".

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pabirigiteglaza,

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www.facebook.com/nytimes/posts/10151770031254999

So many Germans in the comments that are so blind to what's going on in their own country.

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Jesus H Christ, this is about as low as it gets www.breitbart.com/europe/2018/12/06/german-identify-nazi-parent-daycare-booklet-citing-girls-braids-sparks-outrage/ These German scum-balls are teaching their kids to spy on neighbours and other kids at school.

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Just so you get an feeling for the ideology the Amadeu Antonio Foundation is supporting in this text: on page 20 this new booklet criticizes the outrage over the term "premature seuxalization" borne from the brochure "Körper, Liebe, Doktorspiele". That brochure contains several bizarre and depraved passages like this:

"Scheide und vor allem Klitoris erfahren kaum Beachtung durch zärtliche Berührung (weder durch Vater noch Mutter) und erschweren es damit für das Mädchen, Stolz auf seine Geschlechtlichkeit zu entwickeln."

They're using the name of an Angolan who was murdered in East Germany to push leftist and ultra-liberal indoctrination, driven by a former Stasi. You can't make this stuff up.

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Is this the right translation:
"The vag-ina and especially the clit-oris receives not enough attention through tender touch (neither from father nor mother) and make it difficult for the girl to develop pride in her sexuality."

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Most Visited Citys in Europe 2017 :
www.google.de/amp/s/amp.reddit.com/r/europe/comments/7vx7ec/top_10_most_visited_cities_in_europe_in_2017/

Lol Berlin is not even in the Top10.

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I have a job offer from Munich. I have a great job offer from Berlin, that's why I'm thinking of staying more. Am I crazy?? Please tell me to move away from this hellhole!

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Move away from this shithole.

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Thank you sir!

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Definitely Munich, more real people instead of faux artist types and brainwashed Lefties. Even Frankfurt is better than Berlin, in fact Frankfurt is way more cool than you would expect. Southern and West Germans are great, East and West Berliners are insular.

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I really don't know I might have an option to move to UK or Ireland after Christmas as well. If I want Mumich I move now, otherwise I dont know how much to wait for an UK job offer. I might have opportunity to leave s@@thole Germany alltogether but risk is too big, if I say no to Munich now I might end up on my butt.

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If you can find a job as a foreigner in Germany then you can find a job anywhere.

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Why does an average German so incapable of resuming basic human interaction and communication ?

Also, why almost all Germans have lack of empathy almost in every aspects of the life ?

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They all have severe brain damage from drugs and alcohol. Or Asperger's if they're German males.

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m.dw.com/en/berlin-security-staff-pushed-young-refugees-into-prostitution/a-41098593
I hate how certain Germans with vile sexual fetishes subjugate refugees into low wage sex work.
The dirty and depressing kind of prostitution was always present in Berlin but now the perverts want to abuse minor boys coming from Syria.
I hope refugees will realise that Germany offers very little opportunity to most refugees besides low wage work, crime and prostitution.

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Berlin is filled to the brim with depraved, closeted gays who come out of the woodwork at night and descend upon city's parks like an infection. It doesn't surprise me that they're eager to exploit desperate refugees.

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No mercy for rapefugees

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Refugees, ha ha, you mean opportunists who are probably selling the younger real refugees.

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"I hope refugees will realise that Germany offers very little opportunity to most refugees" - Yes, I hope so too so all that human trash won't even come here in the first place! And all that scum that's already here: Send them back to the sh*tholes they come from!!!

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I am so heartbroken.
I am depressed, lonely, sometimes at night I feel my anxiety takes over and I can only cry in my pillow.
I am tired and scared. I spend days doing nothing, being letargic and half alive. My selfesteem went down the toilet.
I cannot take it anymore. I hoped that it will get better. It’s been a year of suffering and mental pain, health issues caused by it and I am questioning my whole life on this planet.
I constantly think about death nowadays and how we all will fade in misery.
Makes me question if it’s worth living. For what? Bringing a little human in this world to suffer as well?
It’s just that not the most horrible and hurtful thing to do, and to do it to my potential child seems the cruelest.
I cannot perceive happiness anymore. My soul is frigid.

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I'm sorry you have to go through this. I felt the same way in Berlin. Life is hard everywhere and depression can strike anywhere but Berlin makes it 1000 times worse.
Try to find a way to get out . Getting out of Germany saved my life and mental state.

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Yeah, thanks a lot. It means a lot to hear that. Someone talking the time to read and reply to me... THANK YOU!
I’ve been places I always dreamed to go as my job here pays quite well. I will go as well to an exotic trip soon, but nothing works anymore.
I feel sad, trapped, ungrateful and stupid.

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I'm sending you positive vibes. There's always hope even in the darkest days.

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I agree, Berlin is special, in an unspecial way, I think you should make a commitment to get out of here, lay off the booze and drugs of all kind and for two weeks take massive doses of B12 and Folsaure (Folic Acid: Engish), then taper off to recommended daily amount, trust me it will make a huge difference, it might not fix the deeper problems but it will give you relief, because all that sadness and stress depletes our B12, best to take it with B6 if possible, as a catalyst. There's a Berlin company online I get mine from Vegavero, look it up, it is very good, but even the ones from DM are very good for the time being. Have a look at this article from an Australian woman who had great success with it. Also Google B12 Depression. www.adelaidenow.com.au/lifestyle/sa-weekend/how-a-vitamin-cured-my-anxiety-elisa-blacks-story-of-lifelong-struggle-and-new-hope-for-the-future/news-story/058666cc978da7ee1fca0f1ee043212c A friend of mine also had great results from TheReleaseEffect. I 'm sure you'll find your way out of this nightmare and into the light again.

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If I were alone in Berlin and wanted to leave for good, and was not from the EU, then I would max out my available credit line use the money to leave. European banks would never be able to collect on my debt, wouldn't be able to affect my credit score and would not even be able to locate me.

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Your problem will not be due to the less sunlight in the winter. In Berlin It is also dusky in summer. The houses in Berlin are crammed to each other so that the man does not see the sun in July! Berlin is a dark city with dark people.

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Hang in there. and try to get out. It's a very dark city with awful people. You'll feel better once you are out.

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Oh yes, good point, make sure you take a vitamin D every second day.

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I was like you when i lived in germany 2 years ago. Now i would not say life is perfect but it is definitely better in all aspects of life. That country is doomed. I am going back to visit a friend tomorrow and the thought of it makes me feel the anxiety coming.

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One up, where are you now friend?

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Hang on there lovely friend. Just get out of this cr@@ppy country and never look back. Believe me everything will be better.

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With the support of the Minister for Family Affairs, Francis Giffay, a brochure was published, through which kindergarten workers can identify right-wing parents. In the brochure, as examples, the situations are given, after which the tutor should invite the parents to talk about their political views.

One of the hypothetical situations described in the brochure:

The girl wears a dress and pigtails, at home to teach her to do "female" housework. The boy goes in for sports, exercise. Both come to the garden after a morning run.

Could you please explain me, what the fornicate is this? Are Germans really such worthless degenerates? Oh yes, a rhetorical question.

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Please tell me you are joking, surely these Lefty slime-balls couldn't stoop that low.

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Today I came from the airport and saw a random act of kindness from the bus driver. There was a couple, middle aged, trying to get their ways around.. with little notes and all. They had only big money so the driver asked them to buy from automat. After they got out, he closed the door and wanted to depart, and the lady was outside asking “Which ticket to buy?” but then.. in the next second, he stopped, got out, went with them to help buy the tickets, they couldn’t, but the drivers got them on a free ride. I got a bit emotional (WTF, Berlin? Is that ALL the kindness that it takes?)
I got out at the same stop with them, and while making my way saw them confused.. They still had to buy a ticket for their next part of the journey so I decided to go back and approach them.
Seeing these people for the first time in Berlin feeling welcomed, helped and getting back sincere “Thank you!”s is what Berlin needs more to be less of a big giant piece of a$$holeness.
We should just be nicer with each other, with strangers, with people that need even the littlest help...
Annnnnd... I am still a little emotional as Berljn broke my faith in humanity and whenever I see the smallest goodwill, I weap like a pu$$y

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If you went back to help them, you are definitely not from Berlin and I doubt the bus driver was either.

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This is interesting, I bet the German kids don't learn this in their politically correct schools.

On January 30 1933 Hitler was appointed Chancellor of the German Reich and the corrupt Weimar Republic ceased to exist. The German government began removing seditionist Jews from influential positions and transferring power back to the German people.

JEWS START A WORLD WIDE BOYCOTT OF GERMAN GOODS
ON MARCH 24 1933 on the front page of the London Daily Express, appeared the headline: Judea Declares War On Germany: Jews Of All The World Unite. The headline followed with:

“The Israelite people of the world declare an economic war on Germany. It is not sufficient that we should buy no goods made in Germany. We must refuse to deal with any shopkeeper who sells any German-made goods. What we are proposing is to bring the German people to their senses by destroying their export trade on which their very existence depends”.

Hitler’s boycott order on March 28, 1933 was in direct response to the Declaration of War on Germany. Today, Hitler’s boycott order is described as a naked act of aggression, yet the circumstances leading up to the order are left out of even the most detailed histories of The Holocaust.

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We are treated like mushrooms, kept in the dark and fed on buullshit. www.realjewnews.com/

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Eat dirt Nazi punk.

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The Nazi boycott of Jewish businesses in Germany began on April 1, 1933, and was claimed to be a defensive reaction to the Jewish boycott of German goods, which had been initiated but quickly abandoned in March 1933. It was largely unsuccessful, as the German population continued to use Jewish businesses, but revealed the intent of the Nazis to undermine the viability of Jews in Germany.

It was an early governmental action against the Jews of Germany by the new National Socialist government, actions that culminated in the "Final Solution". It was a state-managed campaign of ever-increasing harassment, arrests, systematic pillaging, forced transfer of ownership to Nazi Party activists (managed by the Chamber of Commerce), and ultimately murder of owners defined as "Jews". In Berlin alone, there were 50,000 Jewish-owned businesses.

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How is it that our news media is inundated with Jews, who make up 1.6% of the USA population, I wonder if they have any bias in what and the way they report world and local events. Any ideas?

www.jewwatch.com/jew-entertainment-news-monopoly-one-day-on-cable-tv.html

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Changing the tone again are we so you can spread more of your neo Nazi drivel?! I wonder if a website called Jew watch has any biases. I wonder if you're going to end up posting an outdated list of 'media owners' comprised of a couple of writers and has beens. I wonder if you feel 'the right' boycotting Netflix, Starbucks and burning Nike products suddenly qualifies them for genocide. So much wondering and so much space for you to hallucinate Jewish bias into things like 'Local man lost his dog or local hospital running low on qualified staff'. Maybe one day you'll be able to tell us what it's like having such a hateboner and one track mind.

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Only one tiny JewWatch, many huge Zionist run news outlets and reporters, brainwashing the sheeple with their take on the Middle East. Do you trust Zuckerberg, Soros, Cohen, Kushner, Wolfowitz, Dershowitz, Silverstein, Feinstein, Weinstein, Blankfein, Greenspan, Goldman, Sachs, Maddow, Geithner, Rothschild, Bernanke, Yellin, Brin, Adelson, Wasserman-Schultz, Rahm, Axelrod, Kissinger, Clintons, Time magazine, Newsweek, NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN, etc etc etc etc etc…

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I'm not OP and I don't really believe in the Jewish conspiracy. But replying to someone who merely mentions the factual Jewish boycott of German goods with "Eat dirt Nazi punk." and then complaining about that person "Changing the tone" again is a real head-scratcher. And yes, we all know you're the same person.

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It's not really a Jewish conspiracy, it's a Zionist conspiracy, which has nothing to do with Judaism. Zionists use Jews as pawns in a much, much bigger game. 5 of the last 6 heads of the Federal Reserve Bank were Zionists, most of the media is run by Zionists and they are disproportionately represented in major western governments.

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What's worse about Berlin? The joyless, weirdo locals/Germans or the bizarre collection of 'hip' 'cool' and 'open minded' expats? discuss.

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The expats for sure, they don't even bother to learn the language and think they own the place. They're not open minded and stick with themselves. Americans and English are the worst, arrogant, under educated and lazy.

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I'm always astonished at the monotonous nothingness when overhearing young Americans speak among themselves.

Also, just like how many times like can like someone like use like the word LIKE in like one sentence like.

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I would rather prefer the joyless. I am more optimistic about some sarcastic, dark people. See for example: The Grinch, Gru from Despicable me, Charlize Theron in Sweet November etc.
But THOSE fake pricks with delusions of grandour, ignorant and dumb (but proud) irritate me more than gluten irritates a vegan’s hipster bowels.

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I vote for female reproductive organ vegan hipster locaşs+expats. They're so stupid.

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Totally, at least the cynics and/or sarcastic have a sense of humor and don't take themselves so overly serious just to inflate their thin sense of self(importance). There's enough people to disagree with just minding their own business but those up in your face about having it all figured out, telling you who and how to be while wallowing in this idiot are beyond irritating.

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germans for sure

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Hands down the locals followed by the reddit outcast with dissociative identity disorder who keeps posting and upvoting his own tripe.

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Yeah it's kind of weird listening to American teenagers from the coastal cities speaking valley-speak to each other in Germany but even their liberal use of "like" doesn't compare to the void of nothingness German language permits. Count how many times you hear any old rando in Berlin say "halt" or "denn" or "einmal" or "gerade" in a sentence next time you get a chance.

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Nope. It’s not only teenagers. It’s full grown adults that do it as well. Americans just rape the English language just like the first ones there raped those lands, killed 90% of the native population, built the New World on a genocide and then decided to invent slavery.
It’s fascinating to see what brainwashing does to people. Americans really thinks they come for the best country in the world. but it’s just an autistic patchwork of a place keep on giving.
Thanks for bombing Syria for oil.

Compared to what the US did to the World, Germany seems a kindergartner.


I prefer the grumps than the brainwashed.

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Kind of weird to see someone complain about the English language being rape without being able to type out a single error-free sentence. Berlin truly rots the mind. But at least you've found a boogeyman to fear.

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