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

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The only person talking any sense in the world is Jordan B Peterson, but of course the Left try to demonise him for being balanced instead of extreme Left-wing. Google Jordan B Peterson for a dose of sanity in a world of brainwashed puppets.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Maybe you brainwashed by Mr. Peterson?

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He doesn't brainwash, he helps people think for themselves, unlike like Lefty sheep all bleating "baa baa baa".

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The only person talking any sense in the world is Bernie Sanders, but of course the Right try to demonise him for being balanced instead of extreme right-wing. Google Bernie Sanders for a dose of sanity in a world of brainwashed puppets. He doesn't brainwash, he helps people think for themselves, unlike like Righty sheep all bleating "baa baa baa".

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Is Bernie Sanders advocating for anything that isn't already commonplace in Germany?

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Bernie Sanders aka Jordan B Peterson is teaching people to think, which means to write stuff like: "The only person talking any sense in the world is Jordan B Peterson, but of course the Left try to demonise him for being balanced instead of extreme Left-wing. Google Jordan B Peterson for a dose of sanity in a world of brainwashed puppets." When I was young, thinking was something else... Now it's all just Google, YouTube and Jordan B Peterson... It's like the whole world has turned into one gosh darn Berlin! Jordan B Peterson and his followers everywhere like freaking Stasi agents...

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I know what you mean about YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Google being extreme left-wing stasi agents, but better than TV, but not for long www.theguardian.com/technology/2019/jan/25/youtube-conspiracy-theory-videos-recommendations

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Just to make sure I am getting this right, are you saying your problem with Jordan Peterson is that some of his fans are obnoxious?

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No, I'm saying the sanctimonious, politically-correct, virtue-signally, Leftist, brainwashed, self hating whites and Feminazi and cuck morons, that he educates with actual facts, are obnoxious.

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I can't hear that name anymore. What kinda excuse is that, to idealize one guy so overly, as you don't have a fukking thought yourself. Jordan B Peterson. This guy needs a break simply. He most be smoking inside his head thinking about all this stuff just because you're fukking morons haha

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"Setback for Berlin as a tech location: according to information of the Tagesspiegel, the idea for the foundation of a cross-company Campus for Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the capital failed for the time being."

It's almost cute to see all these people who are so confident that Berlin is a true world-class city and can become the new London as well as the most important tech hub in the world.......good luck!
Meanwhile, while Kreuzberg protests, Uber just opened their first non-American AI research centre focused on air transportation in Paris and Facebook announced it'll double its Paris AI centre, making it the largest in the world after the one in NYC.

www.tagesspiegel.de/wirtschaft/google-plaene-fuer-einen-ki-campus-in-berlin-gescheitert/23888546.html

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Some berliners don't want talented and smart individuals to move in because it raises the standards and of course the rent.

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"did not apologise for it and was extremely rude when I asked for at least a free drink as a compensation for my trouble. " .. What did you expect?? Everyone knows that Germans and Berliners are devoid of basic manners and human etiquette.

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* was meant to be a response to the post below.

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Just came back from a restaurant where the waiter yelled at us, poured red wine over my trousers, did not apologise for it and was extremely rude when I asked for at least a free drink as a compensation for my trouble.
Now, if I was a born and bread Berliner, I would be quick to yell and fight back. But I am not used to being in counter-attack mode all the time - especially when I am the CUSTOMER in a restaurant!
WTF is wrong with the people here FFS??

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They are products of the communist monopoly system, they didn't care back then because you either take it or leave it, and they don't care now, and then wonder why so many go broke in the capitalist world where people actually need to be decent human beings to make a living. .

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"did not apologise for it and was extremely rude when I asked for at least a free drink as a compensation for my trouble. " .. What did you expect?? Everyone knows that Germans and Berliners are devoid of basic manners and human etiquette.

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They can't help themselves, it must be in their DNA, never met so many social misfits in all my travels.

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When I lived in Berlin it also tripped me up a lot. Just minding my own business doing nothing in particular and getting verbally attacked by Berliners for no reason. It's hard to go from 0 to 100 from one second to the next without a mental disorder. If a waiter poured wine on me and didn't even apologize I would just leave the restaurant. There's no point in arguing with them or trying to speak to a manager because Germans always think they're right and it's basically impossible for an employer to fire an employee.

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I have been living in this city for 1.5 years now. I can't count the times when I was angry about the service personnel, asked to speak to the manager, left bad online reviews, and so on. At some point you start thinking about HOW OFTEN such things occur and you realize that actually, bad service and rude staff is rather the norm than the exception here. Depressing.

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We don't give to receive (you freaking morons)

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Germans don't give, full stop.

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That's why I wrote you fuc.king morons. It's not even hateful.

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Germany heading into a recession...what can be worse than living with these miserable, racist and socially retarded people? Living with them in a downhill economy...heaping misery on misery...which is why I will be outta here start if next month...rather than passively moan on here ...I recommend the rest of you do the same. People are normal in many other european countries so better to leave before you accept these rude, cold incompetent buffoons in this place as the norm. As long as you are a foreigner in their country they will always try to make themselves superior to you (when they are just socially retarded losers) because you are in "their country". Well...f*ck this place, I am glad that the recession will showup Germany and Berkin for what they TRULY are...rancid sh*thole full if idiotic, unfriendly ,miserable and gormless pricks.

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*Show up Germany and Berlin for what they really are... (correction)

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Cheers! Most people who came to Germany during the export boom will see the REAL misery, more delays strikes. .people fighting over a pfand bottle

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Anyone had bad experience with Lufthansa?

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A couple of hundred people had one very bad experience with Lufthansa's Germanwings brand thanks to a suicidal Jerry pilot on SSRIs a few years ago. Changing the name to Eurowings hasn't fixed the problem.

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A lot of people had bax experience with Lufthansa read here the reviews ---> www.trustpilot.com/review/www.lufthansa.com

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A question for those of you who have either moved away from Berlin or are currently making moves towards making that happen... What was the straw that finally broke the camel's back? I am ending an engagement with a German man (I use that term loosely) whom I finally realized is not the one for me. Plus, I could never imagine living the rest of my life around such horrible, nasty people.

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too many to mention! meeting nice, normal people in berlin isn't going to happen

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Lack of reciprocation broke the camel's for me, it's always a one way street with Germans. I'm in Poland, 24 hours after leaving Berlin and feel like I'm in a sci-fi movie where people are friendly, happy and helpful, it feels like an hallucination.

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Security employes from many Germans Airports are on Strike,They want a hourly rate of 20€.
LoL These rude Staff from German Airports don't even deserve 5€ per hour, these Scumbags don't deserve more Money. More than 200,000 people can not Fly, because of the strike. If I were a foreigner and miss my Flight because of the Strike I would never visit Germany again.

onemileatatime.com/german-airport-security-strike/

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Most flights from Fra cancelled yesterday....

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Perhaps, paying a living wage to people would soften them up. I doubt it but being poor is miserable.

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After 5 years in Berlin, and two days before I leave, I've finally worked out the Germans. Drum roll. They have personality by-pass surgery at birth.

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Never ever consider to engage with a German emotionally. I mean, I do not care about morality or anything related with it but these people do not have respect even to each other as human beings. You can not expect them to show respect to you as partner. These people are rotten.

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I agree. Emotionless replicas.

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Agree. Nation of autistic.

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Yup, they sure are

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There’s no money or careers here

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Yup. This city is a con.

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there is a sucker born every minute...a sucker landing every hour in Tegel and Schoenfeld....

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i was once one of them!

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German neighbours are so frickin nosy always trying to get into your business. MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS AND GET A LIFE!! Not that they have one other than being rude, unfriendly, passive aggresive turds, oh yeah and good luck with the upcoming recession! With housing prices through the roof I am leaving this godforsaken country next month rather than risk the undoubted annoyance of having to co-habit with these socially-stunted morons. The worst part: they think their behaviour is normal, they would never get away it. This place will be unbearably miserable once the recession really kicks in!

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*They would never get away with their strange behaviour and ways in other countries where people are normal.

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they are total cocks. but the expats are pretty turd like too.

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For anyone who thinks Germany isn't entering a recession:
www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-01-08/germany-s-industry-shock-raises-specter-of-economic-recession
The German state-controlled news orgs will bury this just like they tried to do with the hundreds of sexual assaults in Cologne a couple of years ago. But they'll happily report on the idiot tenants in Karl Marx Allee and their stupid "This is Karl Marx Allee and not Capitalism Allee" signs. The kind of old pensioners, many of whom are known to be ex-Stasi who only go into the housing as part of their covert operations, that have been so consistently stupid over three or four decades that they thought their rent controlled buildings meant they'd never need to worry about paying more than 500 EUR per month.

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Oh look, the miserable fake British jerk again. Is Die Welt state-owned? Also: KYS.

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One lone Chud looking through his logs trying to identify people lol but muh state owned durr

www.tagesschau.de/wirtschaft/wirtschaftswachstum-123.html

Too scared to off yourself or distracted because you're too busy writing a comment generator for this lobotomy of a website?!

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Hey cyzzie banned from r/berlin again?

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I'm not sure if German public broadcasters are burying the story or not as I'm no longer in Germany but posting a lone three month old news article isn't exactly proving anything either way. Again, I'm not in Germany so I don't know for sure, but over the last three weeks have radio stations reported more on the German economy or the US government shutdown during their hourly, obligatory news segments? Was the recession a lead story on television at all?
The way the recession in Germany is being reported seems a little strange to me as first they were claiming the data was probably bad (if any official government data is accurate then it's sure as hell the data from tax authorities) and now they're blaming water levels in German rivers. I don't think it's a conspiracy exactly but seems to be a willingness to report extremely flimsy reasoning.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Covert -and not so #covert #racism #in #Germany

It’s been just ten days of 2019 and I’m experiencing the excruciating and stinging pain of racism once again in Germany - this time by a #yogateacher who couldn’t hold back her resentment and hate towards me for no reason - ironically after stating how much she enjoyed her #Ashram experience because she felt so welcome...German’s are welcomed around the world as tourists and expats and don’t know and are completely unaware and delusional how they come across with their rude, racist, narrow minded and disrespectful ways, never ever accepting long time residents and people from a different background and trying to box them in. Nowhere in the world people exclude you on New Years Eve, a global celebration but here. Germans for experiencing a welcoming attitude anywhere in the world but too close hearted to show. I know and am aware you’re doing a lot for the refugees and I have always been thankful for that but most of you constantly violate #Artikel1 #GG „Die Würde des Menschen ist unantastbar- bitte rafft das endlich und die Tatsache dass viele „mit Migrationshintergrund ehrliche Menschen sind die Ihren Beitrag zur Gesellschaft leisten. I will also never forget the horrible treatment I’ve received during a business trip in Munich

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if germoney was so racist....why did millions of refugees not stay in turkey but went west?

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'Refugees', sure, give me a break, you know full well they are opportunists, and they are 'welcomed' because they are cheap labour to wipe the assses of rich Germans as they grow old due to zero-population growth because no man wants to father children to a brainwashed Lefty Feminist.

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OP, go shoot yourself

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It's not always racism. More often than not it's just German autism. These retards can't even look you in the eye, how could they possibly read facial expressions, social cues or for a moment consider that another person is actually human? They all only get along with each other because there's no diversity of thought in the country at all.

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Agree to one up comment. It's not fully racism, it's rather social incapability and autism.No wonder nobody else in Europe like Germans.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Thank god for Lauren Southern, showing tese Lefties coaching 'refugees' to lie to border control, it will blow your mind www.youtube.com/watch

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  Anonymous wrote:

To continue... We were also asked on two separate groups of caucasian people of we sell drugs!! I will never travel back to Germany!!

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Lol Gaymany Sucks

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