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

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  Anonymous wrote:

Rank and rancid Berlin.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Exactly, it's so "alternative" it's cheesy :o) (Rancid cheese of course)

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  Anonymous wrote:

I read this link below and thought it deserves another airing www.returnofkings.com/128473/i-spent-one-month-in-the-epicenter-of-cultural-degeneracy

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  Anonymous wrote:

In the place where I study we have a communal area.
It has comfy sofas and a kitchenette, where you can chill out at breaktime and chat with fellow students.
The main language was German, but people were chilled about it if your level wasn't very high or you wanted to talk in another language.

Then the spanish people joined.

Jabbering, blabbering and shouting to each other, across the table, across the room.
Whatever they felt like saying, but at maximum velocity, in their own language, even though they definitely speak german, and maybe english too.
Now the communal area is empty, as people prefer to go outside, or to a cafe if it's raining.
But the spanish people now hold the communal chill out zone, as loudly as they can.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I know what you mean, that is why I don't go to Spain, they are the worst advertisement for Spain. And what's with the dreads, is it compulsory in Spain to have dreads, so "alternative" "Individuals" :o)))

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  Anonymous wrote:

Was it really the velocity that bothered you?

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  Anonymous wrote:

Spanish people who speak English and German? That's how I know your story is fictional. I have yet to meet a Spaniard who can speak a foreign language fluently.

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  Anonymous wrote:

They tend, like Germans, to have thick accents but I have met plenty of Spaniards that speak English and at least rudimentary German.

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  Anonymous wrote:

If you want to cheer yourself up this friday, ask the nearest spaniard to pronounce "Friedrichshain".

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  Anonymous wrote:

Walls, in the absence of a police force that is willing and able to uphold a nation's laws, work.
www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2017/08/23/berlin-school-installs-anti-prostitute-fence/592768001/

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"A build-up of discarded condoms and syringes, as well as excrement, were evidence that the school grounds were being used in unsavory ways."
So basically every part of Berlin.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Not every part. It's a private school. To keep the kids of wealthy Berlin hipsters clean.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Yes. Every single part of Berlin is a dump.

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  Paul.B wrote:

Today I had a conflict in the park with the lady who thought she i her children. I showed her the photograph, and she started screaming that she was supposed to I her children without her permission. But only ducks and the lake were on the photo. The kids were far away so I couldn 't take pictures and I didn 't want to photograph them. The lady started screaming that she was supposed to bother her and her children too! I was nauseous when I started crying, because the whole situation was very distasteful. The woman was filled with hatred. Absolutely unnecessarily. This happened to me in East Berlin, Lichtenberg. I've been here eight years and I hate it here. People are disgusting.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Why would you want to photograph ugly Berlin lakes? But congratulations on photographing one without a naked dude in the picture. Probably the only picture in Berlin like that to ever exist.

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  Anonymous wrote:

She wouldn't have had the nerve to tell an actual naked german guy to put clothes on, or tell a german guy pissing in front of her kid to stop. Instead she'll bully a foreigner taking pics of ducks. Sounds like a typical passive aggressive bullying german.

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  Anonymous wrote:

You have your terms mixed up. The woman who was defending her children was not passive aggressive, but AGGRESSIVE and HOSTILE. And I would be, too you brainless vagina if you photographed me or my children.

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  Anonymous wrote:

More pathological narcissism. No one wants pictures of German kids. And if you don't want to randomly end up in strangers' photographs then consider never going into any public place or perhaps moving to the jobless, unpopulated areas anywhere in East Germany, you neo-luddites. You'll be greeted with the conspiracy-theory ridden, drunken, miserable human beings for which your soul so deeply yearns.

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  Anonymous wrote:

"You have your terms mixed up. The woman who was defending her children was not passive aggressive, but AGGRESSIVE and HOSTILE."

You sound like a typical Berliner, no wonder you're all a bunch of losers, living in some crazy time-warp of Ostalgia. I can only laugh at you :o)))))))

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  Anonymous wrote:

Berlin is like the psychological version of Chernobyl. Except radiation damaging your body, there is psychological warfare all around that is damaging your mind. Before you know it, this psychological warfare poisoning takeover of your mind, controls every aspect of your life, and you can no longer function in any city besides Berlin. You can only function in depressing, dysfunctional Kafkaesque Berlin, because nowhere else is cool, sexy, poor or grey enough for you.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I feel they would get used to other places in no time. In the beginning it might be pretty funny or interesting to witness; it feels like it would have show potential as in a TV series.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I mean not

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  Anonymous wrote:

When I travel, I never give a thought to Berlin, I'm way too dazzled by the friendly, courteous and respectful people, with a brain in their head, you know, normal human behaviour. .

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  Anonymous wrote:

Been reading police reports here:
www.berlin.de/polizei/polizeimeldungen/
Why do they, without exception, include the brand of car in every report involving automobiles? How is that ever relevant?

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  Anonymous wrote:

I left 2 years ago. Imagine how it would be to grow up in Berlin under the influence of Ritalin from the age eight to sixteen...

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  Anonymous wrote:

Or with two moms. Or an entire community of dads.

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  Anonymous wrote:

True. The 'jewish'(zionistic describes it better) school and Dr. Buchmann(dr-buchmann-kinder-und-jugendpsychiatrie.de/team.html) they forced my mother(who at that time didn't speak that well German) to give it to me over a period of 8 years. They persuaded my mother I need this drug otherwise I will have to go to a 'Sonderschule' and sooner or later I'll land in prison and get in contact with drugs(how funny nobody told my mum what Ritalin truly is). My father was already a 'rolling stone'...Not one blood screening was made in that period and I was never asked how I feel under the influence of it. Whatever I could go on and on. A weird combination of night walks on psychedelics, traveling and being observant let me realize my own true man show. I hope what I just wrote is not to much out of context.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Whenever I got a new job, I always had to win the respect within the first months, it was like my previous experience was completely irrelevant in the eyes of the employees with a distrusting attitude towards foreigners.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Yeah and these morons don't get that such testing can lower one's performance. So distrusting

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  Anonymous wrote:

Theory X and Theory Y aren't taught at German schools.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Germans say respect is earned. That's why I don't respect any German ever.

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  Anonymous wrote:

"Yeah and these morons don't get that such testing can lower one's performance. So distrusting" - You know, lack of empathy ...

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  Anonymous wrote:

Could you guys just give me some advices how to stay here and not to become a mind unstable person or miserable berliner-like? I've got a job last week and now will work hard to earn money and leave this hell as soon as possible, but it gonna take a lot of time. So, how can you live here at least a year since today and don't want to kill yourself everyday? I feel exactly so.

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  Anonymous wrote:

jerk off twice a day

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  Anonymous wrote:

Get a sun lamp and openly laugh at ashole Berliners in the street

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  Anonymous wrote:

Never leave your apartment.
Hang out with other short-term dwellers.
Lift.
Keep in touch with your family/friends back home.
Don't consume any German media.
Be vigilant when out in the city. Read police reports. Stay away from Wedding, especially Gesundbrunnen (probably the most dangerous area in the city).
Abandon any desire you have of being accepted and treated with respect by Germans.
Consider Germans you encounter to be inferior unless they prove you wrong. It's easier to let their idiocy slide when you adopt this framework.
Avoid long-term expats in this city at all costs.
Avoid German "physicians".
If necessary, self-medicate with vitamin D & tryptophan - especially in fall/winter.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Good advice. I would add to make fun of angry, frustrated berliners when you leave your house. Don't get into a relationship that will drag you down. The most miserable people I met there were people who ended up prisoners in this city because of family situations: got divorced, than had to stay there for the childrens kitas.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Find activities. Do sports, yoga, dancing class. Whatever. But don't expect to make friends there. Just not to get bored and overthink.

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  bawt wrote:

I would like to connect, since I feel similar. What I ecountered in this city is really sad and I don't want to become one of the people here. Is there a facebook group or something we could connect?

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  Anonymous wrote:

Leave now. You think I'm joking, just leave, it's the best advice you will ever get and you'll kick yourself in five years time for not taking it, when you are close to a nervous breakdown or you've actually become one of them to survive. Lots of B Complex with B12 extra.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I wish I would have discovered this site back when I lived there ... I would have been much more comfortable with what I really felt at that time. But for those who are still unsure what do, just stay true to yourself and you will make the right decisions.

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  Anonymous wrote:

What a shame,.
This used to be a very active site until the owners started trying to censor anything against the LeftTurds.

Same thing happened to The Guardian, they started deleting anti-Feminist comments and now they're broke, the only thing keeping them afloat is the Scott Trust, all caused by a Left-wing Feminist editor.

Now Breitbart are in financial difficulties because they started deleting anti-Zionist comments, so they have to bring Bannon back, with financial backing from one of the 1%.

Any whiff of censorship leads to catastrophe, always has. An open forum, is a good forum. The Jewish lobby are always trying to stifle debate, and now they've created a whole new breed of anti-Semites, that never existed before they tried to silence people.

I hope this forum becomes healthy again, I think it provides a very good community service of letting people know the are not crazy, because they are not alone in seeing Berlin for what it is, warts and all.

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  Anonymous wrote:

get a life you poor paranoid schmuck. you're nuts!

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  Anonymous wrote:

Has admin really started censoring things? I haven't noticed anything disappearing.

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As if you just compared a little page where people vent their frustrations about life in Berlin to the Guardian and freaking Breitbart, what the hell is wrong with you? As if you think The Guardian, Breitbart and "BerlinHater" are the only 3 forums or channels for you to discuss politics and vent your "interesting" world view. For that matter, why on earth have you reached the conclusion that this page is the right place to cast aside everyone you don't agree with as a member of "the left" and blame Jews for everything bad about the world? What made you look at this site and think "bingo, here's an audience who'll listen to my anti-semitic bullshit". What a wally you really are.

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  Anonymous wrote:

We have removed nothing

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  jimm wrote:

We really have removed nothing, so I'm not szure what the complaints are about!

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  Anonymous wrote:

Looks like someone needs a Steve Bannon fidgetspinner to calm their nerves.

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These nutjobs thrive on a persecution complex. "LeftTurds" are everywhere, everyone is censoring them, all media is run by "leftists" (or "Jews") except their far right trusted sources, one billionaire, Soros, is paying hundreds of thousands of actors to protest (and the far more numerous right leaning billionaires don't exist apparently).

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Such paranoid and conspiracy thriving right wingers make all of us berlin haters less legit.

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www.youtube.com/watch They're really out in force today.

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Do you really think that the Israeli government pays people to comment on Berlinhater.com? Do you really, really believe that? That is maybe the most insane thing I've ever heard. Don't get me wrong, I'm sure such practices go on from most governments globally but on Berlinhater? What possible benefit could this have? You are a berk of the highest order.

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  Anonymous wrote:

The author of this article proves that Germany is indeed a moral cesspool. So glad I am no longer there.

www.returnofkings.com/128473/i-spent-one-month-in-the-epicenter-of-cultural-degeneracy

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  Anonymous wrote:

On the money.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I have found Berlin people extremely rude, racist and homophobic to the extreme.

The city and it's trains are covered in graffiti.

The trains are always late and they all make a horrid braking noise!!

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  Anonymous wrote:

German engineering.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Homophobic?! Men are practically freaking each other on the streets. I've seen an older dude cuddling up to a barely legal youngster the other day in broad daylight. Bald dude walking around in heels and tiny shorts. Two dudes blocking off the entire isle at Edeka because they were making out. poop like that can get you arrested in the States, not mentioning beat up or killed. Are you kidding me right now?

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Berlin Homos are the worst bigots of all, they absolutely despise anyone who doesn't enter another man's sewage outlet.

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  Anonymous wrote:

values of germans/berliners :

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  Anonymous wrote:

That really sums Berlin up, obey and conform with "alternative" carp

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  Anonymous wrote:

Racists, homophobes, antisemites, people that only have hate in their lives

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Still more than fags and musluts have

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  Anonymous wrote:

I've found the worst bigots to be Homos, Jews and Turkish. Oh and self loathing white anti-whites :o)))))

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