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

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www.zdf.de/nachrichten/politik/merkel-spahn-rki-100.html

Archive this for a good laugh in 3 months.

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Oh no all this is true. Just like all the things they told us in the past two years are true.

We only had a two week lockdown last year. And masks never came. The lockdown in November 2020 was really just during November. The politicians always speak the truth, especially when they get paid by the pharma industry.

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Why are Germans so godDAMNED inconsiderate?

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Anyone know how I can get out of paying international student fees in UK? I was living in Berlin from 2018-2020 and have been subletting since , I got into a good masters in UK and have Irish passport. People keep saying to apply for German schools bc they are free, but I know how German education system is.

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Scholarship?

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I hear they are thinking of giving every vaccinated person 500€

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probably a 500 eur fine for not getting one, which by german logic probably means 500 eur for getting one.

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if they do guess who pays? taxpayers

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oh yeah the left wants to do that

www.fr.de/politik/corona-impfung-politiker-fordert-500-euro-impfpraemie-fuer-alle-impfquote-zr-91122705.amp.html

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I'm from Iraq and there were super cheap flights to Minsk so I got on. Should I try to cross Poland to Deutschland? Seems chill tbh.

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Lol. Yeah right. We know you’re Tobias who lives in a crappy altbau who has no friends.

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No! You should run directly into Lukashenko's arms instead.

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www.nw.de/nachrichten/nachrichten/23135193_KV-Berlin-Ungeimpfte-Covid-19-Patienten-sollen-zahlen.html

If this is the kind of "solidarity" you get with "universal healthcare" (I know - Germany actually has what would be better called compulsory healthcare) then I guess I'm just not that interested.

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Why are you shocked. People here don’t like anyone not conforming to the rules of their beloved state. Non vaxxed people will pay for not conforming. I am vaxxed but I have seen how non vaxxed people get treated by others at work. The n@zi mentality never left this place

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Kinda funny considering that if you claim to be a drug addict or alcoholic they'll absolve you of ALL personal responsibility here.

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when will the genocide of unvaccinated begin?

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Soon bro get ready

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www.scientificamerican.com/article/harsh-nazi-parenting-guidelines-may-still-affect-german-children-of-today1/

Mandatory reading.

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Practical test: Ask your German colleagues if their parents ever told them they love them.

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This is the truest thing I've ever read on this site.

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5 years here and I have never seen German parents playing with their children in public. Never seen German parents give their children affection in public. I've never seen a parent kiss their child, or baby-talk to their baby, bounce or swing their baby in their arms, never saw a parent playing tag or catch or hide-and-seek. Never saw parents holding hands of their little children. Never heard a parent singing to their child as they walk. Never saw a toddler who was just so excited to know how to say hello, that he wants to greet everybody he passes.

I think in my childhood I got more play and affection from my parents in one after-dinner stroll than I have seen in 5 years of families in Berlin.

Parents call their children to follow, or buckle them into the strollers and that's about the extent of their interactions. There is a very real coldness here.

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This is so sad. No wonder Chermans are the way they are. They’ve been raised so wrong the only thing they know is how to hurt others

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Germans believe that emotions are false and life is pointless. This is what happens when the nazis wrote your child-rearing books.

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I am kinda skeptical without reading the vook myself (which probably is illegal in Germany). Scientific American belongs to a massive German publishing house and German media loves the whole "poor German victims" ans "it was all the nazis" angle.

Dr Spock was also super popular in the 40s and 50s in the U.S. and also advocated for letting babies cry it out, but I highly doubt parents back then would have considered indifference from a baby when its parent leaves the room as positive. I think there's more to the way Germans act - the Prussian history might be closer to the truth. I don't think 15 years of misguided parenting can ruin an entire nation to the degree that is obvious in Germany.

Just my opinion.

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Can we talk about that line where HALF of all children in Bielefeld exhibited insecure attachment? Those people are parents today.

HALF.

Now consider we are in Berlin where northern Germany and eastern Germany mix. What do you think the rate is here? Like 75%?

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75% sounds right if 25% of the population with kids is foreign-born.

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Do you think there can be some good from living in Berlin? Even though it was hellish and I am still recovering I don’t regret moving there.... because now I am grateful for my life outside of there. I appreciate my home country and all that trash germans said about it, or made me feel bad about myself, was wrong. I am proud of my origin and I see the beauty in things I didn’t notice before. Plus compared to Germany I feel life is so relaxed here, I am grateful to live in a place where I feel more comfortable and happy

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Yeah, I used to think "damn, so much crime and corruption in my little town" because I could read about it in the newspaper. The lack of any serious reporting on crime or corruption in Germany worries me more.

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Becauzzzz Deutschland ist ze best cubtry jah ze news never sez it und also “I never heard dis happening beforrrrr”

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Why do they always want to restrict everyone and everything?

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FUN IZ VERBOTEN

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They want to make everyone as miserable as they are.

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Very insecure ppl!

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do your thing boys
www.reddit.com/r/berlin/comments/qy1ijs/rberlin_seeks_applications_for_adding_new/

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German cucks seem to be really happy about the upcoming lockdown. First of all, they love ZE RULES and ORDNUNG, and lockdown is basically a permission not to shower and sit 24/7 in their farted-through sweatpants. Sounds like German paradise.

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How long do you think this lockdown will be

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forever unless people stop complying

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At least 3 months, probably more and then every Winter until the end of time unless people stand up. Covid is a risk we have to live with and the Gernan governments approach is both arrogant and incompetent. A frightening and dangerous mix.

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Remember the 3 week "lockdown light" last year that lasted 6 months?

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Why am I so disgusted by sleezy German men getting pet wives from Asia? What is the point of having a human next that cannot communicate with you properly, has a total different and distant background than you, and so on so on… Are they all pure creeps?

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they only care about one thing. men are quite simple

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A lot of old autist krauts around who couldnt land a local even back in the 60s when that was the easiest thing in the world. I feel bad for the women even if they are just opportunists. They probably came here believing thr German myth and end up stuck here getting raped daily and living in a Plattenbau.

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Well, look at German women...I don't blame them tbh.

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It’s not like they harvest any good, intellectual pieces from out there either… It’s a dreadful sight to see a 2m man with these small, yet sometimes too loud and uncivilized “accessories”
Also, it’s just a matter of time until they get bored of them and dump them like disposable junk… They, on their part, almost never even plan a second while coming here, like getting educated, jobs or something else besides being pets for their saviors. Best case scenario is if they anchor a baby on them…
I don’t know why these krauts can’t see a problem in this dirty ordeal. They keep insisting.
I krauts who are at the 4th one or that are still trying to get rid of the first one. Someone are so desperate, both sides.

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A german and an Asian woman.
Imagine the smell when they do the dirty.

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You guy's are a bunch of sick F !!!!

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the disgusting trend behind those “multi-cultural” marriages (ie with this, i exclusively mean the ones where there’s a huge power/age imbalance) is fckn repulsive. but using autism as a slur or being a racist piece of sht is worse, trust me. this is a place to let go of our frustrations or anger at this city, not attack and insult other foreigners that have to go through the same sht each of us does. much less to enable such language and mentality

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Right. Can you please STOP using the word autist as a slur? Or blame foreigners? Can you just for once in your life blame those that are actually at fault and not the weak and poor people trying to find a better life?

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Well Asian women Are feminime, loyal And submissive, i ll také over western feminist "independent" wahman lol

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When I say there arw a lot of German guys with autism I 100% mean they have autism. I mean they are annoying and insufferable AF, and it is probably autism or some other form of social retardation.

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But but but, they’re ugly AF… If you ever went to Asia, you most likely got a shock on ugliness…

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www.berlin.de/polizei/polizeimeldungen/2021/pressemitteilung.1147306.php

lol 2 and a half years for the berlin cops to publish pictures of a dude who smashed a bottle in some other guy's face.

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