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

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This city is like it has a personality itself, a vile one. Some of the parks are okay, but many look dishevelled, like they don't put any money to improve them. The train ticket machines are a joke, slow as hell, can't buy return tickets like in any other city in the world, they run out of change, won't work... Where is the tax money going to?? In Berlin you only have right to pay, pay, pay for everything, some of the assholes cleaning the toilets will even make you pay to use them even if you are a f**ing customers. Germans are money grubbers crooks. It's disgusting.

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Germans are total liars, crooks and greedy. You are right there.

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Just wanted to let you know that public transit was privatized in 90's along with the German Post and the Telekom after decades of public funding (maybe Germany is the "world champion" in corporate socialism). After receiving unbelievable sums of taxpayer money they're basically all hellbent on increasing prices by 10% each year (or perhaps every 2 years, either way MUCH outpacing Eurozone inflation).

I am always surprised in other cities at how clean and modern their infrastructure is - even cities you would consider poorer. The recession is coming for Germany now though to prepare to tighten your belts even more.

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When I lived there I remember one day walking in one Rathaus full of homeless men spending their day in a warm place and then I walked up to a rack of shelves for leaflets (as tall as me) all of them were about different programmes for women, enterpreneurship, associations and whatnot. I remember thinking it was like out of a gynocentric dystopia. Hey at least they didn't throw the homeless on the street I guess.

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Why there are so many Single Mothers and Cucks in Berlin ?

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The men here are whiny hippies who get a serious depression when somebody demands from them to actually work for a living. When confronted with the reality of raising a child they understand that poop hit the fan and they have to actually go out of their low-rent apartments to earn MONEY. It goes without saying that this is not the proper lifestyle for a true Berlin hippie man. Hence, they flee from all.
As for the cucks - I saw a documentation on a couple in which the woman openly talked about having a relationship with 2 men. Here is the gem (starts from 1:05): www.youtube.com/watch
Please watch how Oscar, her 'nest partner' behaves when she openly talks about sleeping with 2 men.

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More worried about the atrocious soup they made tbh

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There's a race to the bottom here to be the most despicable version of yourself and still expect unconditional love. Why so many single mothers? Because they are truly unbearable. I am sure there are a few exceptions and victims of domestic abuse, real treachery and misconduct. But most that I have known or known of have been bottom dwellers who were, judging their actions, determined to remain at the bottom. On the flip side, as correctly stated above, there are a lot of males here who do their best to shirk responsibility through alcohol, drugs and prostitution. The archetypal Berliner male is easy to picture and I am confident that just usinf that term conjures the same figure in all our minds. The infantile know-it-all is everywhere here and no one is amused. The think that surprises me in all of this is that any Germany women manage to get pregnant despite the massive campaigns by the government for women to use oral contraceptives (the reasons for which you can research on your own) and condoms. Perhaps their own laziness is their downfall.

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Finally Berlin cops have grown a pair www.youtube.com/watch

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I hope the lefty AntiFa thugs in RigaerStr are next on their list.

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I hope the Rigaer antifas have their welfare reduced during the impending recession and starve or freeze to death.

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Why do people in shops here make such a big deal when you pay for something with a 50 EUR or higher bill? They act like you're the most inconsiderate customer in the world. Well, I will correct that. Now you theoretically are able to make withdrawals at some supermarkets with your EC card. If you ask to do that then they really act pissy. Why's this never a problem in other countries, even though they're all much more advanced in cashless payments?

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Lol I was never game enough to ask for cash withdrawals at the supermarket, with all the bad vibes I got from the staff.

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I would call you timid but having lived here I understand exactly what you mean. Interactions with cashiers in grocery stores are negative nearly 100% of the time. In the evenings at Edeka there are sometimes students who work there part time - they're sometimes decent and not yet so jaded. But the average overweight brute women thay man the tills are pure evil.

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Anyone here managed to have a NORMAL romantic relationship with a German?

I tried and failed, they are impossible to deal with. Glad I left Germany - it really does not have ANY redeeming factors: stpid rules, stupid population. Never again!

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I got into therapy. Trier to hard. There is nö Way to have a functional relationship with them, if you're not into following their rules

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It feels like they're all either controlling or plagued with OCD. They don't seem to understand romance. They don't seem to have any empathy. If you want or need anything it feels like you have to state it completely unambiguously and even then they seem to forget it the next day. Maybe living in such close proximity to each other makes them construct their own disparate worlds. Communication with them is exhausting and it's not due to language barriers.

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In my time here I struggled to make any meaningful connection or to form friendships with these people. In the end I decided that little or no interaction was best.

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Friendship? Possible if you get lucky.

A stable romantic relationship? I advice against that. Besides, German women are generally fugly and boring.

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Noticed today that there are signs all over the city instructing us not to go to the emergency room but instead to call some dopey German number you will never be able to remember.

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"Oh sorry, I didn't notice it, my bad" How can this be a hard thing to say? Especially since it's just reality and feels good. bumping someone..Oh sorry I didn't notice you. What's all the fuzz about that being hard? How could you even not say it since it is just what happened or how could you say anything else?

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Bingereading a link posted below and I think one German poster summed it up perfectly:

"Maybe we are rude.
Maybe there is no customer service.
So what?
Maybe I am rude too. But thats like it is in that country. Whats the reason? I think it’s the social system in Germany. It’s ok when you don’t care about the others because you pay for them!! Nobody here have to be homeless, nobody have to live without health insurance. All important things in live are exactly required by law. And most of the people have great respect for the law and the state."

I mean geez, they already pay their taxes. Now you want them to act like human beings? Wow, racist much?

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They hate their jobs because they get bad karma for all that. Then they are rude, get more bad karma. I was saying why would you lie. Why would you even presuppose yourself as rude, to then fix it? How can this work out.

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Homeless woman lying in the street yesterday, half-naked (no underwear) was disturbing af.

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Not uncommon in this country. Also not uncommon to see overly aggressive homeless people out and about. Saw some loser who was getting arrested yesterday at Nordsee. Took 3 police officers to restrain the face-tattooed junkie. I wonder if these people were once normal or if they became this way because of this broken up city.

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www.google.de/amp/s/www.thesun.co.uk/news/8104412/london-stabbings-2019-knife-crime-statistics/amp/ - London Violence

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And, what's your point?

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Tanks to multi-culti, it's now happening in Berlin as well.

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Thanks :o)

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But the article didn't say the knife attacks, the acid attacks or the lorry attacks were done by foreigners so surely these crimes were committed by everyday Brits.

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That's the whole point, they are not allowed to say it, that's why there is such a porblem, because you are not allowed to say where the porblem comes from, to send the funds to the right people. All becasue of SJW PC lefties.

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What's messed up about Germany's Pressekodex is that they refuse to say the nationality or ethnicity of perpetrators but are happy to say the nationality of the victims. Completely backwards country.

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Project Gutenberg, a non-profit webpages that offers access to books that are now in public domain, had to be blocked in Germany because a German publisher took the American website, which is hosted in America, to German court. Germany obviously thinks its laws are applicable around the world as evidenced not only by this case, but also by the famous Impressumpflicht for all German-language websites and more devious cases such as the one against Frederick Toben. Now they've expanded their legal influence throughout the megalomaniacal EU, forcing webpages across the world to implement cookie notifications and the all-to-common GDPR opt-in messages. More nefarious though are the hate speech regulations thay are being forced down social media's throats and time limits required for deletion. Twitter is basically unusable in Germany now because 15% of tweets are mysteriously "unavailable" because a single report will result in it being blocked. If you think these laws and regulations are there only to help protected classes them you're not thinking. Make no mistake: Germany's still a monster with long tentacles, only this time their conquering the world not with bombs and guns but with draconian leglislation.

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No digitiization, just BS dammmittttttttttttttttttttttttttttt

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I'm convinced that this is just outward posturing to make people think that Germany is a backwoods country that's too inflexible to embrace digitization. From the inside, I am thoroughly convinced that nearly every single digital form of communication (and a lot of analog ones as well) are closely monitored by the authorities.

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  Anonymous wrote:

fornicate GERMANY

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Zerstezung is real. If you don't know what it is then look it up! Do you really believe that the hundreds of thousands of former Stasi informants from the GDR just stayed unemployed for the past 30 years? Do you think Germany's brand new BND headquarters, the largest extant spying complex that we know of, isn't employing former Stasi and using underhanded methods to ruin your lives? I don't care if I sound like a conspiracy theorist. If you look around Germany there are plenty of signs that there's some conspiracy going on here. A complacent, compliant government-contolled media, high-ranking newspaper editors and their fabricated stories being exposed after literal years, the secrecy of German court documents and uneven application of the law. How about the German school shooting in the early 2000's with a lone gunman who managed to murder more people that the Columbine duo? That story is wrought with more holes than a Berlin street. Read the wikileaks on former Stasi who ended up being custodians of the former Stasi archives. This is all real and easily researched. But then they'll know.

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I've had Germans tell me how bad they think China and Russia are, as if they weren't being spied on or censored by their own government.

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Anyone remember the Bundestrojaner debacle? If not then check it out. Chilling that the German government is this manipulative.

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You know what a German hates most? Well, according to a survey on disgust it was when the person before them didn't flush the toilet but then how can you explain Berlin being the capital. No, what actually disgusts them most is when they see a self-confident foreigner. There's no other explanation for this place. If you're a newcomer who's still in the meek, submissive phase of assimilation then you might still think this society is functional. If you're of the persuasion that you deserve the same quality of life that a German has then they'll trample all over you. A German compensating for his fallen master race syndrome by acting out irrationally is just fine to Germans. In their minds arrogance should be reserved only for the Herrenrasse and a foreigner should know his place, perpetually damned to service jobs or menial labor.

If you stay here you will work for naught and die penniless and most likely without anyone to even mourn the loss. Print that out and tape it to your monitor so you can read it daily. A life in Germany is a life unlived.

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Bonn used to be Germany's capital. Not that it makes it better, as Bonn has quickly become a multicultural disaster.

Germans have a weird interaction with hygiene. They are obsessed with order and cleaning, but they themselves don't seem to care much about personal hygiene. Being around them in the summer is a torture. They often won't wash their hands after taking a dump. Their humor is full of references to scatological acts. Their favorite swearings are related to what comes out of your large intestine. They eat their buggers. Their porn is known worldwide for being particularly nasty. The streets of the country are full of dogshite. I've met Germans who only shower 3 times a week, even in the hot season.

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Dated a German girl once who matter of factly stated that everyone eats their boogers without even showing any signs that she was in any way unsure of her statement. She was gross and when I think of the epitome of German I think of her. I hate this country.

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I had a German housemate who only showered twice a week, if that. His feet stunk too. Just walking past his room made me want to throw up. I'll never forget how bad it was.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I see the above poster also met my former flatmate xD

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