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

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  Anonymous wrote:

It just struck me.Why has Berlin since the fall of the Berlin Wall not managed to become the "Capital" as it would be in any other country. Why is Berlin still a sham of a capital of Germany? Answer: Its going to be decimated again.Its still cold war guys.And who wants to invest in scorched earth. My guess is real city building will proceed after Crimea has been sorted. The (Perpetual building of airports) just let the common folk think something is actually happening.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Berlin is not a city.It is the epicenter of Democracy .Karl Marx can go fornicate himself.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Lets face it. Berlin is a darn good perverted, amoral , and at times very funny if you have certain sense of English/American sense of self irony and self detachment. I had the most fantastic experiences, Beautiful comedy with friends(Yes..of course they were friends ..even if for just one night) .And of course some poop that made me see the other side of the coin. I had a sexual act ball for far too long.Was their a price to pay.Hell yes.Was the damage to mind and body worth it. YES. My wild friends are now stuck in Berlin with the children they made whilst under the influence of L.S.D. in a rank tent in some poop summer neo/con/hippy festival after pushing their luck far too much. They now struggle to find an apartment, will only take a line of coke if they have a babysitter for the evening and are stuck in a very real ,dull and cruel city for those faced with reality. Thank god I understood where the line was in time and left. The glory days of Berlin are now past. Its like "Fear and loathing in Las Vegas"..Without any humor (Or any literary merit.)

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  Anonymous wrote:

Imagine not knowing who your dad is just because your mom was in an open relationship back then when she got pregnant.

If you're the average Berliner, you don't need to imagine that. It's your reality.

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  Anonymous wrote:

the internet. oh my god the fcking internet in berlin. what a fking joke.

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Well, it has to go through three spy channels before getting to you, they want to know everything about what you are looking at.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Berlin is a great place if you want endlessly distract yourself with empty things. It's basically accepted to be an alcoholic here... drinking at 10 in the morning? Binge drinking every other night? No problem. You don't have a problem. Similar attitudes towards recreational drug use as well. Many people smoke like a chimney. So you have alcohol, drugs & cigarettes as distractions. Next is the fact that you don't need much money to survive in Berlin. You can work very little/not at all, and still survive, and still have money for alcohol, drugs and cigarettes. In fact, ambition and work ethic are looked down upon in Berlin. They see it as a threat to their laziness & lack of motivation in life. Next distraction - endless supply of flaky people to "befriend"... it's hard to make real friends anywhere but in Berlin it's extraordinarily difficult. You can easily have 50-100 casual friends-acquaintances and hardly have 1 real friend. But some people have low standards for friendship and even prefer to not have close friends because they either never had it or they're psychopathic and don't want to get close to people. It's so easy to distract yourself in waves of endless people, but none of these people give a poop about you. Trust me. Another distraction - berlins open relationships / sex / casual dating culture. no one makes an effort. Making an effort is even uncool. so many people stuck in open relationships. So many people are promiscuous and have the mental baggage , commitment issues and STDs to prove it. Last but not least - berlins party scene. There is something goin on pretty much every night, and it's all cheap. You can party half of your week, easily. Entrance fees are rarely more than 12-15 euros and you can take cheap speed while there.

In a nutshell, if you want to drink a lot, take drugs, smoke, be lazy, have no goals, party all the time, have superficial friendships, be non-committed in relationships, then Berlin is your paradise. It truly is a paradise on earth if you are this type of person. In which case your biggest complaint would be rising rents, because that's a threat to your lazy lifestyle.

If you don't want the above things, or think you'd want something else later , or want more, Berlin doesn't have it for you. Berlin has nothing to offer anyone besides this slacker lazy drug alcohol party sex addicted lifestyle.

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Oh, I forgot to mention. If you're an artsy fartsy type in addition to being a slacker drinking heavily doing drugs etc , it is even more of a paradise. You can make really horrible art in Berlin and not be laughed at, even take yourself seriously, because all of the art in Berlin is horrible! You never have to look at something beautiful/amazing that someone else made, and think "wow mine sucks".. because nothing beautiful or amazing exists in their "art culture". this is why Berlin has so many smug artsy fartsy wannabe artist types. In other cities they'd have to compete with actually talented people, -and wouldn't feel smug like this, because they'd know they suck. But in Berlin, the goal is the lowest common denominator. This is true from everything from friendships, social interactions to art.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Not even Hitler liked Berlin. That says it all.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I know. He did nothing wrong.

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  Anonymous wrote:

In all honesty without drugs it would be impossible to have sex with Germans..One needs to detach oneself from the utter dull and robotic experience.

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  Anonymous wrote:

There are also "normal" people there, but it's difficult to have access to them since they are native germans that don't interract much with foreigners.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I interacted with your "womans" asshole. She was very thankful for this foreigner. I suggest a blood test hans.I am Jewish. Like a Woody Allen up your ass.

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She felt like "Courduroy". This is just a test Hans to see if you are smart enough to get the joke or are going to take it kinda personally.(Mmmmmm Courduroy!.)

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  Anonymous wrote:

Some of what you describe is an issue in most major western cities. Except instead of being able to relax due to it being cheaper as Berlin is, people may be stressed out from being overworked and barely breaking even, while also juggling very casual friendships and not being able to commit to a relationship with anyone. Smaller cities are generally better for real friendships, relationships, and a balanced life, but the downside is there is less going on to keep you occupied and you'll have a harder time making friends and finding a steady gf/bf when most of the locals have already done all of that by their early to mid 20s.

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Maybe the lack of real relationships is because of the man-hating Feminist culture here.
What they need is a dose of these wonderful women to infiltrate Berlin.
Karen Straughan (Karen’s a 1st class genius, feminists poop their pants when they see her coming)- www.youtube.com/watch

Also time.com/3028827/women-against-feminism-gets-it-right/

Christina Hoff Sommers -   www.youtube.com/watch

Diana Davidson www.youtube.com/watch

Cassie Jaye - www.youtube.com/watch

Bettina Arndt in Australia - www.bettinaarndt.com.au/news/talking-miranda-devine-red-pill/

www.bettinaarndt.com.au/mens-issues/the-red-pill/

Camille Paglia - www.youtube.com/watch

Janice Fiamengo -   www.youtube.com/watch

Karen De Crow - 
www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2014/06/the-now-president-who-became-a-mens-rights-activist/372742/

Dr Warren Farrell - www.youtube.com/watch

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Milo Yiannopolis - www.youtube.com/watch

Hannah Wallen www.youtube.com/watch

Kate Andrews - www.youtube.com/watch

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Lauren Southern - www.youtube.com/watch

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Toni Airaksinen quillette.com/2016/05/29/confessions-of-a-recovering-tumblr-feminist/

Barbara Kay -   www.mercatornet.com/articles/view/whos_oppressing_who/

Alison Tieman - www.youtube.com/watch

Janet Bloomfield -   www.avoiceformen.com/featured/feminists-dont-know-jack-about-feminism/

Helen Smith  -    www.youtube.com/watch

Erin Pizzey  -  www.youtube.com/watch

Suzanne Venker  - www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp/2015/10/22/suzanne-venker-is-unwelcome-at-williams-college/

Anne Cools  -  www.avoiceformen.com/feminism/feminist-governance-feminism/canadian-senator-anne-cools-ongoing-battle-against-gender-feminism/

Anna Cherry - www.youtube.com/user/AnnaCherryOnTop

Hannah Wallen - www.youtube.com/watch

Marina Fennicia - www.youtube.com/watch

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Rhonda Rousey - www.youtube.com/watch

Diana Davison - www.youtube.com/watch

Sargon of Akkad www.youtube.com/watch

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  Anonymous wrote:

all the beautiful people here know this already, but the housing situation here is really absurd. Took me 2 weeks to find a half decent place ( with 2 people doing flat-hunting 24/7), but took me only 20 (twenty) minutes to find tenatns for my old place.
What I find the most idiotic is the furnishing part: all the decent places to rent are given out empty. I have lived in many countries before and I have never seen this. I have plenty of experience with housing abroad and I can partly understanding the reasoning of why it's like this in germany, but the tradeoff money/time is totally not worth it. Maybe if you like building kitchen and DIY, but I got better poop to do with my time.
I totally regret renting such place and learned the hard way.

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I asked few handymen a quote for some housework/moving, and I was given always a price double my gf and my female friend. Considering I can actually be useful during and work and women can't, how does that freaking make sense? I tried thinking of a reason, but the only thing they had in common was that they were all muslims.
One guy straight up asked me if I was a guy through mail and told me he didn't like to work for guys.
Please fcking explain. I hate this city. Every single day, I count on the calendar how much is left to leave germany.

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  Anonymous wrote:

They probably think German women, and non-Muslim women in general, are easy, just be extra nice to them and they'll get laid. I doubt this happens much, but that doesn't stop many of them from doing this crap. Dudes are just obstacles and they have nothing to gain besides extra cash to make up for the discounts they give women. They give them freebies everywhere. Ask your female friends how the cold/rude clerks you're used to treats them, likely they have a completely different impression of them. It's not just an issue in Berlin or Germany though.

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"They probably think German women, and non-Muslim women in general, are easy"

But they are. You don't see muslim women with partner counts >10, cheating on their husbands or indulging in disgusting sexual practices, such as open relationships and the like.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Seems like you have been hanging out with the wrong women then.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Hello Hartz IV trolls!

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  Anonymous wrote:

OOOps.Seams like
there ia a very lame nationalist socialist trying to clog free speech with a bowel choking bit of shitGo to hell little Germanfucker.In just want your women.

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Sorry all, someone has taken it upon themselves to spam this board. We are working on a solution

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All done, thanks for your patience. Free speech resumed

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  Anonymous wrote:

Anyone else see tons of these posters in the city that say "Nur wer die Freiheit nicht schätzt, kann Europa infrage stellen"? Talk about propaganda.

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I always thought the EU had a cult like worthiness in peoples minds here, so I googled it - only to diuscover that the EU commitee for Cullture and Education is literally called CULT www.europarl.europa.eu/committees/en/cult/home.html

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  FuckBerlinintheass wrote:

Berliners are a bunch of Filthy Bastards.Their Women are Whores.Berlin is full with disgusting Germans,Gypsies,arabs and filthy East Europeans

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The Women in Berlin are Whores and the Men are Cuckolds and Filthy disgusting Bastards :)

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  Anonymous wrote:

When you assume that a lot of Berliners were born to women that were in open relationships, you'll all of a sudden understand why Berliners are the way they are.

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  Anonymous wrote:

hello otto

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hello hans

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hello fritz

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  Anonymous wrote:

Ah, Berlin/German customer service:

Sent package to Canada, been 3 weeks, still hasn't arrived, customer service replied that they cant do anything and wont do anything because theyre not obliged to anything and that even mailing them might have extended the delay.

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Middle-aged women who work for deutsche post/DHL are the most autistic human beings who have ever lived on earth.

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The sad thing is that these women are forced into super unskilled part time jobs by the uber-conservative rules of society. Most women never get back into a career after having a child, some only jump from one menial mini-job to the next menial mini-job. Germany is a famous 1 or 1.5 "breadwinner per household" country.
This situation is probably what is causing so much angst and aggression in the women in the workforce - it's not a glass ceiling anymore, it's a heavy iron door.

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  Anonymous wrote:

most of these German women are super fema notsies..can you blame ANY man for not wanting to be around them?

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I'd rather kill myself than be tied to a German woman who showers only once a week, has had 30 sexual partners before me, sports purple hair and smokes more than Keith Richards.

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They really are FemiNarzies, that's the worst part, they go on about glass ceilings and pay-gaps etc because they need an excuse for their lack of self-confidence to go out and make something of their lives. Every second woman is working to help "refugees" (opportunist drug dealers) settle in. If I see one mroe Refugees Welcome sign, I'll scream. Who do they think they are kidding with all this "Oh we're no longer Narzies, look we're really kind to scumbag refugees, coming here under false pretences, because we hate each other so much we are not making enough babies, which has created zero-population-growth and need more cheap workers to create unemployment to keep the wages low".

Germans altruistically helping refugees, what a laugh :o)))))))))

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  Anonymous wrote:

Fellow berlin haters,
Was there ever a time at which you did not hate this city? Discuss.

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For me (OP): Yeah. I visited for the first time in 2001 and thought it was pretty nice. Seems like moving here made me immediately hate it here, though.

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the only time that i can think of was when i came here for vacation 8 years ago, for 5 days. It was fun. Moved here months ago and regretted right away. I am counting the days left. Every single morning.

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The day before I left was incredible, it was almost like a joke. I had to cancel different contracts, go to places, etc. and everyone with no exception acted super friendly and positive - for example the postman was emptying the post boxes, and he saw me going towards the stamp dispensers and then he offered to WAIT for me to buy stamps so I could catch his shift. Then, some girls at a cafe where i ordered smth to eat and drink SMILED at me from the heart, and some other POLITE encounters with clerks., taxi drivers etc. It's sounds like nothing special, but believe me, for Berlin this is exceptional.

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The day I arrived, I was full of hope, saw it as a new beginning full of possibilities, I smiled, greeted people on the street and visited businesses and government offices with great expectations... As you can imagine, it was all downhill from there.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Oh poor foolish person.Filed with hope and the right attitude as an immigrant to this fair land .They hate our guts.As you have discovered.An awful experience so terrible that you thank god you kept your homelands passport and get the fornicate out of Germany./Berlin. Let the locals rule the culture..sit back and see them squander every chance they get.Its downhill for them.Not you my dear.Walk away with your head held high.

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"The day before I left was incredible, it was almost like a joke. "

They were happy because they sensed that you were leaving. That's it.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Haha, no. I actually think it was because of the east-west thing. I used to live in the last months before I left in charlottenburg and that's a different story. I mean, it's not okay what's going on there but at least in the west it's much more decent.

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  Anonymous wrote:

self righteous arrogance IS their talent

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