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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:

Wow Scientific American backed a US president for the first time ever (Joe Biden) and every newpaper is reporting on it. What they aren't reporting is that SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN IS OWNED BY A GERMAN COMPANY (Springer Nature). Think it has ANYTHING to do with the fact that exports from Germany into the U.S. are down about 1/3 on average vs when the last president was in office?

I am not even smart and yet it's the first thing I noticed. How tf does no journalist at Spiegel Online think to do even minimal research?

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  Anonymous wrote:

The following link deals with the psychological consequences of the shutdown:

breggin.com/coronavirus/NEW-COVID-19-LEGAL-REPORT.pdf

The observations also apply to life in Berlin. In particular, page 51/52 are relevant. It says:

'To get to
East Berlin, we took an underground from West Berlin and got off at the last and only stop into a
frightening labyrinth with grim faced guards beneath East Berlin. Inside the city itself, it was
bleak and barren of interesting or exciting activities. The people looked fearful and depressed.
We were approached by a small group of teenagers who begged us to find a way to sneak them
into West Berlin—an act of despair that took considerable bravery and perhaps recklessness born
of despair from living within a totalitarian system. Unlike the animals described by Pavlov as
dying from loss of freedom, these youngsters were striving for freedom and it leaves me
wondering how they did when the Berlin Wall came down a year later.
I was struck at the time by something that I continue to mull upon to this very day:
Stepping into East Berlin was almost exactly like my experience as a Harvard college student
when, as a volunteer, I first stepped into a state mental hospital.
63 The bleakness, the lack of
normal human activity, the sadness and despair in the faces, and even the pitiable requests to
please help them go free. This is the fate of people who have gradually and inexorably been
crushed by totalitarianism. They become like inmates of a giant 1950s state mental hospital. '

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  Anonymous wrote:

There are so many things that are bad, go wrong or get broken up in Germany. It’s suprising considering this is a nation of control freaks. Not even the rules can save them

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  Anonymous wrote:

Some Australian idiot keeps trying to sabotage me. This idiot has taken 4 years in useless masters which should have been done on 2. They do this because they want to stay in Berlin so bad but have no job for the visa. They are 30+ by the way

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How did she try to sabotage you

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  Anonymous wrote:

Jealous idiot who can’t focus on her own failures, spreading rumours

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  Anonymous wrote:

Jealousy is Berlin’s middle name

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No goals just wants the student masters at 30+ to continue living in a city and continue the “Berlin lifestyle” aka has no personality

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  Anonymous wrote:

Why I’m brining it up is just a typical trash Berlin wannabe . Share your trash stories below

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Went to college with a really effed up girl. She must have grown up in an abusive home or something from the way she acted out. Extremely passive-aggressive (even for German standards), like she'd loudly criticize things the profs would say but if they asked her to repeat it loud enough for them to hear it she'd say she was just talking to herself. A nightmare for group work. She didn't have a job throughout the entire time she was studying. Then when she graduated she was immediately given a job as head of finance in some company. Feel bad for anyone working under her.

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Finance in Germany, lmao.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I can see putting up with Berlin for the low prices ten years ago. But for these prices? LOL

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  Anonymous wrote:

Berlin is over

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Where to tho

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  Anonymous wrote:

Germany is great to laugh at from afar, but HELL to live in.... thank god I left,

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Where did you go?

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  Anonymous wrote:

Ai Wei wei said it best when he said germans love the comfort of being oppressed

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That way, you can never feel responsible for navigating your life in the way that you want. Berlin is for followers.

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Baa baa, bleat bleat. The problem is they are brainwashed by lefty propaganda, when in reality, they wouldn't last one week living in a communist country.

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This is as close to communism as I want to get thanks

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Fake first world

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The rest of Germany is first world, Berlin is full of third world opportunists posing as refugees.

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Yeah right! The whole of the Country is F up and the biggest problem is that they're xenophobic racist! Stop trying to blame the foreigners! Germans hate eachother and themselves just as much as they hate other foreigners!

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  Anonymous wrote:

Nothing is good here. Want to find a good yoga class? Forget it. How about a decent job? No. How about a stable place to live? No to that also.

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Want to eat a nice meal? Fat chance. Want to get good groceries at the store? Haha, you must be joking

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Try Hum Vegan in RaumerStr, don't eat Berlin meat whatever you do.

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I liked you, but I left. left because I had to save myself. I still think about you, but I don't want my life to be so difficult. Here I am worrying about everyone I know during corona, wondering what their futures will be like. Im also now in a new place here, feeling PTSD from Berlin and nobody understands me. I'm starting to think I just shouldn't mention Berlin to anyone. Now I have to pick everything back up in my life. I worry I made the wrong decision for leaving Berlin but I had no money and couldn't have stayed there. But I hope you and everyone else will be ok.

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part of me feels for this reason, I should go back. Because I feel more alien now in my home than I ever did. but at least I appreciate my home now more.

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I wish things worked out differently

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I feel people here think I use Berlin as an excuse for why things didn’t work out. They think I just couldn’t hack it. Nobody believes me

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Now I have to rebuild my life ... I am very broke. I wonder if this is why people just don’t leave Berlin? Because then they have to start over, worse than they were before they left? But I know I could rebuild faster here than coast at that level there . Still the amount of bad things that happened make me wonder if that place was cursed. My life was so much better before

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what were your hopes and expectations coming to berlin compared to how you left?

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Op here - My hopes and expectations ... well I mean. There was so many poop there. I know that many warned me before but I didn’t listen. I guess just the random things that happened to me during my time there piled up to the tune of being broke, worn out, depressed, afraid

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I feel that the image one has of Berlin doesn’t reflect the reality which can only be discovered by living and working there. The oppressive system draining so much of your life

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If you look at the history of Germany you can see why, that stuff didn’t disappear it is very much still there

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i hear what you are saying. Berlin has completely f*cked me up to the point i dont even know who i am any more.

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but i think it is easy to get lost in the grind and forget that there is still life and happiness out there, berlin just makes you feel bad for wanting it and for knowing about it. German culture is about systems and templates and forever repeating cycles of monotony. Its about being Max Mustermann and not questioning why. Its about knowing the rules before anyone tells you. Its about feeling nothing, expressing nothing, existing just to be on time and to produce efficient work that looks how it is supposed to. It is suffocating.

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  Anonymous wrote:

did you know berlin was built on a massive swamp?

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explains the colour of the spree and the mouldy butt lakes

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explains why my entire apartment is covered in black mould and I still pay way too much in rent

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It's really no wonder ISIS and other terror organizations are able to so easily find people here willing to be radicalized. This country is so completely messed up that no one is normal anymore.

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WTF is with their awful, disgusting sprüdel water? It tastes like sewer water, and smells like a wastewater treatment plant. Absolute shite.

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What kind off retard thought to name carbonated water "Classic".

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classic as in classic shite. But they have absolutely no sense of what is good so of course they think this absolute shite tastes good.

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why would u even want fizzy water and why do u have to specifically ask for it not to be fizzy.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Do you want to waste your life?
Move to Berlin.

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How many years have you been there now? When are you leaving ?

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8 years...incredible waste of my 30s to this bottomless pit of scumbags left and right

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  Anonymous wrote:

and fornicate you. when the fornicate are you leaving? Why are you on this site if you like it so much here

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  Anonymous wrote:

On the train heading to work and there is a man maybe 35-40 years old literally slurping a caprisun like a six yr old (with sound effects and all )

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German men are absolute babies

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