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

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Not even the internet works without problems in this country. I Bet even Sierra Leone has fast let internet. Aaarrrggg

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Deutsche Post is also awful. A friend received a letter from the UK in Rwanda days before I did in Germany. Both were sent at the same day & time.

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Sorry, I meant to agree on your post but pressed dislike by mistake

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Is the city running a competition of who can look the most homeless? If you also smell like it, can you get a reward for homeless realness?

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I was taking to my dad about berlin couple minutes ago and he told me that Iggy pop said in an interview in the 80s, that he had to spend a Sunday in germany and he wanted to go to the balcony and jump and he was totally serious.
Don't know who this guy is, but seems like he feels the same as ai weiwei. lol

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After a year in Berlin, I really feel why immigrats don't want to integrate in German society and germans seem to be so pissed off about it. I would never integrate myself to this society. Sad, cold hearted, bad manner, no coulture in behavior and so on. Why should anyone integrate to be a german? Are they totally stupid to tell people they should integrate themselves? Someone should tell them the truth.

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True words spoken.

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After spending a lot of years in Germany I finally understood why migrants build their own communities and prefer to limit their interactions with Germans to the necessary minimum. It's because modern German society is sick.

It's no wonder muslim men don't want their daughters to hang around with Germans.

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Migrants know Germany is a sick society, BUT one that has generous social welfare, why else would they come so desperately to such a sick place?

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I was also wondering why German-born people with foreign background almost always considered themselves anything other than German. Now I understand it.

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When you get yourself ready for a Sat night. All ready, nice and almost get a good vibe.
Then you leave your house and just walking to your destination ruins everything.
Rude people, loud people, nasty people... poop all over, passive aggressive attitudes, annoying crowds & smells...

I’ll stay inside and watch Netflix next time. Not worth it.

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Don’t forget the long queues, the smoke filled bars, the vomit on the street

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Berlin has one of the highest number of killings per person among European capitals.

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Careful saying that, they'll label you a right wing fascist.

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I LOVE BERLIN.

I also love seeing fat guys pissssing in the street, but best is shiiiting in the street, I love it when they slag all over the footpath. I love stepping in dog turds. I love a city that smells like a toilet.

I love the monotony of 10 thousand doner and currywurst shops. I love that Berlin has the highest prices for public transport in Europe. I love being ripped off by greedy landlords. I love bicycle thieves. I love whining feminists and brain-dead taggers, AntiFa scum and moronic lefties in general.

I love rude shop workers. I love seeing an army of poverty stricken pensioners eking out a razor's edge existence by collecting bottles from trash cans. I love seeing drunks, the mentally ill and drug addicts on the train. I especially love the beggars.

I the rising cost of rent in Berlin and having to walk 5 floors to get to a over-priced hole. Need to live on top floor so you don't get disturbed by the people above just walking on their wooden floor and the only place you get the odd glimmer of sun.

I love being barked at with 'no' whenever I ask for some advice, "I don't know". I love how lazy Berlin people are, and the underlying hostility for auslanders.

I love seeing sadness and grim faces everywhere, and the loneliest on people's faces. I love seeing African drug sellers on every second street corner. I love seeing young single mothers with brown babies, on their way to pick up their welfare money.

I love the ubiquitous roadworks. I love imbeciles that wait for the green light at 02.00am when there are no cars in sight and no children nearby, they remind me of robots with no free will.

I love the expensive DB trains. I love the complicated banking rules. I love the wonderful people at the AuslanderBehorde and the RatHaus. I love morons who smash bottles on bike paths.

I love to see a city that went 8 years overdue to open their already out-of-date airport.

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On point! This city and society is depressing.

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I moved to a German village from Berlin. I wanted some peace. I got it, but then I realized what you people talk about: the problem with the hygiene.. Omg.. I rented a room where I have bad smell somehow and the landlord told me he didn't notice anything, I should ask the Hausmeister. The funny thing is, that the Hausmeister smells so bad, that of course he didn't notice anything, because why would he??
Its a smelly trap!!

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Reminds me of this conversation I came across some time ago:

dict.leo.org/forum/viewGeneraldiscussion.php

It's a long thread but pretty interesting to see that Germans usually just don't get it (so they deny it).

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"Germans usually just don't get it (so they deny it)."

For a folk so obsessed with critique and being "blunt", they sure can't stand being criticized in a blunt manner.

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f.u.c.k.i.n.g besserwisser!

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I was at a English speaking stand up comedy show yesterday. Oh shhiit, never saw such a sad tragedy. Now I seem to understand the expats here loving this city. They are the same butt losers and uncool people like germans.

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Please elaborate on this, I am intrigued

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Saw a Berlkönig driver get out of his van right in front of my apartment and just piss right next to the sidewalk. Didn't even bother to go over to the bushes or do it discreetly. Should I bother reporying this to the BVG or will they not even care? Sick of seeing this kind of degenerate behavior out in the open.

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Judging by what I see everyday in this city, pissing in public is considered ordinary things people do. Going to a bathroom however means passing these bully toilet people asking for money. The BVG won't care, look at their trains, they are disgusting toilets.

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Like somebody wants to work for the bvg

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The complete lack of emotions or EQ. Also, the complete lack of independent thinking. The tendency to take everything seriously and literally. Finally, the inability to interact with other human beings. These people are just Arbeit machines.

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you just described my ex german girlfriend

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you just described my ex german boyfriend

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You just described most Germans I met.

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I was never treated as badly as here and even reading this website, I lose faith more and more.
I am female, Eastern European ( Waiting for the tomatoes and the boooos, called a wh0re etc. Thank you in advance, good people)
Guys tend to be attracted to me, but I stopped dating as I can see their disappointment when I mention where I am from... or going for it only to be treated/talked to like I am some second class citizen.
At work I don’t get assimilated either. There are peaks I cannot overpass as I am... a second class citizen.
Lots and lots of cases and scenarios where I feel my heritage is some sort of curse.
People are in outrage that my Eastern European existence exists... or something.
And YES, I know things would be different if I would be a “good” type of foreigner, from Western lands or something.
And it’s not all in my head.
I did live in other countries, and once I got to know people I created friendships, connections and good relations. Here... a big pile of nothing.
Once a xenophobe and racist, forever a xenophobe and racist.
That just seems to linger everywhere in this city...

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Sorry to hear this atrocious behaviour. May I ask where you are from? Im from the UK and can tell you that these people have not right.....we have for example many people from Poland and they are hard working well educated and the women put all western women to shame for the most part as most not all like anywhere have more integrity, loyalty and common decency than any German or other typical western lady from my experience.....I cannot stand the way these arrogant Germans for example mock the Polish and represent them as being some kinda of drunk idiot hussy / second class citizen....only because they may have seen the wrong type walking around with a beer.....pretty much like most Berliners do each everyday.....(double standards) I wish you all the best and I suggest you get out....and would recommend the UK as they will treat you with way more respect than these people in Germany will. They are just arrogant and frankly rude and think they are superior.....but I personally find them classless and common due to their chosen disgusting behaviour to others not to mention countless other cultural behaviours that are questionable at best; lack of hygiene for one! and a good healthy diet.....way too much alcohol and smoking....etc. I wish you the best with your attempt to break out of this crazy environment...remember you are not alone....and the future is bright.

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OP here: Thanks! Ja, I actually lived in the UK and I do have friends from there now and mostly positive experiences. I lived less than 2/3 the time I spent here... and the quality of the time spent was just not comparable.
Ofcourse, there are some here and there as they are everywhere but nothing like this... I was happy, had friends and laughed every single day... People I was surrounded by where not even a bit racist or closed to other nations. I felt welcomed and even appreciated. Also, British sarcasm is a special flavour that I completely loved.
Coming here was a mistake. Ich weiß

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Think positive. You are not second class. Germans and their manners are.
Todo

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Please don't combine German with English when you write. It's absolutely unnecessary, as well as annoying.

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I meet many rude east european women in Berlin.

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I really wouldnt take the xenophobia personally. The Germans I've met in Berlin have all been standoffish and you can only get to know them to a certain point. They will never let you into their world. But your world is better anyway. The German world is enclosed in a sealed box without a key. Thank yourself lucky.

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i meant think obvs

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It doesn't matter where you're from, if you're not German, you're a second-class citizen here.

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I Love Berlin. Eat it. looooooooooooooool

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There’s no good food here

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Good for you, OP! Good for you :)
We need some love in this filth ridden place. Thank you for sharing. Beautifully done! Be blessed! Thank you again!
I am sure everyone welcomes your opinion openly and loving here. We’re not Berliners after all ;)

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Hahahaha
Germans flipping out again because of a new interview with AI Weiwei which was released a couple days ago.
" Berlin is the ugliest and most boring city in the world".
Jesus what has this city done to this man.
And he is from a small village in china. Says a lot about Berlin

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" I don't like it if someone just pretends. If there are new Nazis, I appreciate it because they are real. I don't like liberals who only pretend to be liberal. But deep inside they have internalized Nazi culture."
He just dropped a bomb here

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Well said, WeiWei!
I wish this guy would have been my friend here in Berlin! We need more like him.

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Do we have a link to the interview pls?

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Krauts can‘t handle the truth, they never accept reality.

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If I were to meet and talk to Ai Weiwei we'd disagree on a lot of things, but not on the topic of Berlin and Germany/Germans. Here is an interesting article on one of his encounters in Berlin, with amusing commentary below it.

hyperallergic.com/537979/german-casino-worker-ai-weiwei/

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Just Google ai weiwei and go to German new. Interview came out couple days ago

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" German news"

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The biggest irony is that foreigners in Nazi Germany got a better treatment there than back home. The most famous case is that of Jesse Owens, a black American sportsman who didn't get gassed by the evil blood-drinking Nazi devils during his stay in the Third Reich.

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Yeah that's rich irony since Jesse Owens kept getting gassed back in the U.S. so many times.

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I am going mad with just how full of hate are some people in Berlin.
I am shocked that this much venom can exist in a human being sometimes.
It makes sense that these people are lonely, sad and have no friends.
We should no bothered or respond in the same manner. That’s cancer to the mind.
Protect and remind yourself that it’s not you, it says a lot about them.
Super sad.

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Would you be full of Love if you would know that all your legacy is Adolf Hitler, and in your deepest inner you can truly feel him?

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Well that's because of a well-oiled Jooish propaganda machine that works on guilt-tripping three generations removed from the atrocities. I've noticed that young Germans are fed up with the guilt tripping and I expect a huge backlash any year now.

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