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

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  Anonymous wrote:

Yesterday DIW put out a study based on data from the OECD showing that Berlin has the highest rate of attempted murder of any city in the EU. AfD put out press releases citing the research and demanding action. Instead of actually trying to support a solution for the problem, all other parties and every news agency simply claims (falsely) that the data (from the OECD) is incorrect because they consider it "implausible". No actual discussion of the statistics, no alternate explanation. The data is incorrect because the German media wants the data to be incorrect. Just like with the falling GDP figures over the last 3 quarters: there's no recession, there's no crime problem. People don't smoke crack at Moritzplatz every night. Blood stains and vomit aren't a common sight throughout the city. Cars (and now the homeless) aren't set on fire here every single night. In fact it's all such a non-problem that Berlin-brewed schnapps called Brandstifter is sold at the airport, the BVG openly jokes about drug overdoses and assault in their adverts. And really who cares about some Bulgarian scum that gets arrested for jerking off on some random girl and then immediately gets arrested again for kicking someone else down a flight of stairs. If you don't like grit then go back to Edinburgh or Sydney or Austin and leave Berlin to the meek and anxious locals who are afraid of answering their Gegensprechanlagen after 10pm because at least they won't complain - and even if they do then at least we can paint them all nazis for not embracing crime.

That's the real Berlin mindset - deny anything negative about this jerk of a city or trivialize if that doesn't work. That's probably the real reason holocaust denial had to be prohibited by law here - otherwise these dumb German genetic failures would refuse to admit they'd ever done anything wrong in the entire history of the world.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Are you really pushing the far right party's talking points? Berlin has like at most 3 murders per year. Conversely, the USA has what like 100 per day? Paris and every city in the UK is more dangerous than Berlin.

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  Anonymous wrote:

The DIW and OECD are not the far right party. Argue the facts and not the strawman (perceived) messenger or don't bother to comment at all. Also, we're not talking about the US here but that's a nice tactic you've picked up from all the miserable Stefans in this squalid country. Get raped.

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  Anonymous wrote:

berlin is a idiot but its not dangerous

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  Anonymous wrote:

What do you expect fro a city of lefty fascists, where anyone with white skin is deemed a racist, yet the attempted murder rate and murder rate went up after the lefties lobbied for open borders. So happy to be far away from that imbecilic city, full of brainwashed, SJW, virtue-signalling students who think they know everything. .

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  Anonymous wrote:

The Murder rate in London is much higher than in Berlin.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Are you retarded? Repeating "the murder rate in X city is higher," when that's not even the metric we are talking about, is borderline autistic idiocy. Go to r/berlin with that shit.

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Man, OPs original post and his/her follow ups are pretty spot on, yet some autistics lost their way out of r/germany still linger around with their crap. World would be a better place with you brainless parasites.

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  Anonymous wrote:

You can suck my penis you whoreson. I‘m just sayin that the Murder rate in London is Insane High. And by the way I hate Germany and Berlin. fornicate yourself Bastard.

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  Anonymous wrote:

PC, feminazi, soy boy, leftard, capital of Europe. Being decent looking conservative self-confident man is the real rebel here.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Pretty sure you’re not a rebel, but neither are the soyboys.

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Not having any piercings, colour hair, rainbow flag or some homosexual vegan sticker and being an individual with brain and opinion that isnt mainstream is rebelious enough here i think.

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Original poster here: Also i feel like i did some good deed to society by tearing down some Antifa-tards poster from street lamp. :D

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www.instagram.com/p/B5hM5qOBG1A/

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Who is she fighting against and who hurt her so badly that she has to call a bunch of weird strangers doing nude workshops her "family".

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Fck haters.

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Especially whites who virtue-signal by hating whites.

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Any time I make the mistake of speaking with my coworkers or other adults I meet here they always seem to drone on and on about the clubs here. And I'm not talking about 20 year olds, I am talking about people who are in their 30s and 40s. Even people in long term relationships seem to spend every weekend in clubs. Do people in other cities do that? I always had the impression that clubs were more for people in their early 20s while they're trying to figure out who they are, experiment a bit and whatnot. Here it seems to truly be a way of life for some people.

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Imagine paying a bunch of Euros just to be bombarded with pooping techno music for hours in a row, surrounded by subhumans who can't live unless they are under the influence of drugs.

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Germans tend to finish school around 35

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  Anonymous wrote:

Neverland.

Never get sucked into the childish lefty lifestyle, never stay in Berlin, and never go back.

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  Anonymous wrote:

True.Neveland.But still many of them became parents while they have no idea what it is.I feel so sorry for the children.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Berlin is a great place to be poor and that is all.

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full of scumbags

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  Anonymous wrote:

I hate the smug mediocrity of Berlin. Seems like everyone is under/unemployed, suspicious of another persons success, goes bat poop in FB groups when someone posts a sublet that isn’t €2 per sqm, hates anything convenient or “luxury” (Lieferando is truly the poop that Germany deserves), proudly “shops” trash bins and are willing to spend hours of their life going through the trouble of getting a half broken washing machine in Spandau and learning how to fix said washing machine because all of that was “free”. Cheap butt mindset here.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I totally agree what you said.At the beginning it made me feel ridiculous and annoying.But now it gives me sadness.Another 4 months..Then I am not in this miserable city anymore.

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God damn, I'm wondering if I wrote this last night.

This was one of the saddest parts of Berlin for me. You can't have nice things in Berlin. The population views you with suspicion. Dare to drive around in anything better than a BMW and own an apartment in an area of Berlin not on fire... YOU MUST HAVE STOLEN IT!!!! F Berlin and its underachiever attitude. Moved back to London and aspiration isn't frowned upon, it's celebrated.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I got an anxiety disorder. I cannot sleep, my eating habits are completely sh!t. I am lethargic... I was happy, open and quite self confident before Berlin. This whole experience turned me upside down.
It’s the most depressing place I have ever experienced, and I think I need professional help to overcome the damage now.
2020 is the year I plot my exit. Fingers crossed!

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  Anonymous wrote:

Get out of there as soon as possible. Try Poland or Czech Republic. People are so much nice here.

Germans are sick people not worth trusting.

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I agree, it's like another plane in Poland, very friendly and courteous and great food. By the way, also much cheaper. For the original post here, try ReleaseEffect.com it saved my sanity.

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Even other cities in Germany would be better than Berlin.Even "many normal Germans"can not stand this city anymore and move to other cities.Berlin is insane itself already and these sick minded people from all around Europe and other continents moved to Berlin and are making this city even crazier.I can't wait to get out of here ...not so long..

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  Anonymous wrote:

Get out asap bro. Hang in there we're with you.

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After spending 3 years in Berlin one thing made me feel really good is I am glad that I was not born in BERLIN AND NOT A GERMAN BERLINER.While the economy is very good compare to many poor country and having a good social welfare system people are just sick.Always complaining,0 torelance and emphasy.Having problem to have healthy relationship and be mature parents.

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My advice to you is to leave as soon as possible. One's health is more important than some monetary or financial gain. Germans are a dark and twisted people.

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Why people think Germany is a wealthy country is beyond me. Taxes are high, salaries aren't that great and if a German family lives in a house, they usually share it with another family (that lives on another floor, of course).

By the way, why is social welfare a bonus? People should move to another country to WORK, not to live off social benefits.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Try 7 years Berlin mate. Going insane

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They always complain for everything and say rude things toward Ausländer while the goverment money came from this hard worker Ausländer.

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  Anonymous wrote:

7 years in Berlin? Sounds like a life sentence.

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  Anonymous wrote:

7 years is about the limit before you tip over the edge. Get out NOW, and pack your bags today, and leave. Just Do It. Everything will work out for you when you leave Berlin.

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I know i already developed an anxiety disorder but have kind of learned to keep it under control. Unfortunately i cant leave until i have finished my studies so i just have to put up with the social difficulties.

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  Anonymous wrote:

7 years in Germany, wasted my best years. Get out asap

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'Why people think Germany is a wealthy country is beyond me.'

Wealth can be measured in different ways, and I think this place lacks it on all fronts.

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  Anonymous wrote:

What’s up with all the trashy people in this country? You know the type, “music” blasting from a JBL, cheap-ass Fred Durst looking motherfuckers and their filthy half-naked underage girlfriends. My husband and I have the misfortune of living in a small town between Berlin and Leipzig and these scumbags seem to be the only people we see on the streets. AND recently one of those moved into the apartment directly below ours and is blasting his techno 24/7 so loud that everything in the house is shaking. Tried communicating with him one night when he was going ape-ship at a drug-fueled party at 3am, but, of course, that animal was barely able to speak German, let alone English, and our little intervention only made him turn the volume up. I can’t stand those imbeciles anymore, thankfully our studies are soon over and we are gonna be OUT OF HERE. I can safely say that, I my experience, in no other country is this toxicity as prevalent as in Germany.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Good luck trying to find German people who are into traditional art and music. Most of them are into sh*tty rap, hip-hop or God-awful techno you can only like provided you're brain-damaged.

Btw Fred did nothing wrong.

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These people feel safe here in their poop country. They do and say things that would get you slapped across the face in another country. Don’t get angry with these retards in this place. I don’t respect these people or care about their country. I’m too the point now if a German ask me if I like living here I just say no. I don’t care if I offend them I just wanna leave before I hurt one of them. No joke. I hope their whole economic system crashes. These people and the weird foreigners who also live here deserved each other. If your retard neighbors continue with their loud music then just call the police. But I doubt the police would do anything...they too are useless motherfuckers.

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I also can not stand these people.They belive Techno makes them superior than others.And all other music is trash and too capitalistic or too common compare they are unique and know what is art.Thier face "Oh I am enjoying this music".....I dont think the role of music is suppoesed to be making people rude and aggresive.And Hiphop...Yes of course Germany is not a paradise but compare to USA or Asia or Afrika people have so much more chances to go to Uni,having not a miserable life even though you have no job.Kindergeld etc.Not real soul for Hiphop just mocking the cliches "Oh this society and our anger"Made me laugh all the time.

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Yup, lots of braindead techno worshipping tossers here.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I left Berlin a few years ago (I lived there for 4 years) and now I live in the Scotland and although the social justice warrior feminist lefty degenerate mentality is big here as well, it will never be as dangerous as in Berlin. People here are nice, kind, friendly and have manners. Everytime I see a German tourist I run away. Escape people, let those cunts rot in hell

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They are already rotting in hell, Berlin.

The social justice warrior feminist lefty degenerate mentality is about to get blown out, by Brexit, Boris, Trump and Morrison in Australia. If some communist country takes them in, lets see how long the morons last :o))

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  Anonymous wrote:

Can someone who has lived elsewhere in Germany advise if it is better or is it really just German culture to be rotten to the core?? If you can, please elaborate as I'm trying to figure out where I should go next...
Thanks a lot!! :)

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  Anonymous wrote:

Hi there. Yes, I lived in Leipzig for most of my time here and also spent some time in Dusseldorf and Wiesbaden. These places seem a bit nicer however I can't help but think it's a cultural thing. It's almost as if there is something missing in these people (not all, but I'd say a majority).

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  Anonymous wrote:

What do you mean by something is missing?

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Different poster. For me the thing missing is spontaneity. Also they think it's cool to be rude (so 90's), wait for this, because they think it's more authentic, that's how fcked up they are.

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Is this being rude attitude a Berlin thing though? Because I have been told that elsewhere in Germany people don't like confrontation?

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People like confrontation. They like to put their to put their foot down when they think you're messing with their precious sense of ordnung. Went to the park to enjoy a nice sunny day. There was a little lake surrounded by a wooden fence with a door. As the door was unlocked, I went to the other side of the fence. Suddenly, there was a reproachful voice asking "what the fence is for". Some random middle-aged guy thought it was a good idea speak a machtwort to let me know that what I was doing was unacceptable. Ignored him at first, but he insisted. I replied, in my most condescending voice, that there was an open door in the fence and turned my back on him. He left. A clear statement shuts them up.

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  Anonymous wrote:

As someone who spent many years living in Germany and speaks German fluently I can assure you that it is a cultural thing. Don't go somewhere else expecting Germans there to be better.

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In smaller cities Germans seem to be a little less blunt and outright rude but they're still completely German. And by that I mean the following: uncouth, standoffish, know-it-alls, obsessed with nudity, aloof, overcompensating for inferiority complexes. Berlin truly seems to be the worst bunch of them but they're all a far cry from anything decent. Ever notice how the only Germans you ever see conversing casually about anything are drunk? It's because they all have serious social disorders.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Germany has really proven me wrong. Scum really do congregate under one roof. I've been living here for long enough that it has had deep psychological impact(Anxiety/Depression). Finding a job is hard, even if you have the skills they won't hire you because you are not like them, Having a relationship is traumatic. German women monkey branch right in front of your eyes. There is no sense of SHAME in this country. no shame in treating others badly. No SHAME in hurting others feelings. Since I moved here. I've been homeless for a period of time, jobless, hurt by relationships I thought were serious but turned out to just be a typical German relationship(Self centered). And in alot of mental distress. I now suffer from severe social anxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts. Everytime I meet an AUSLAENDER they are kind understanding and have manners, unlike the Germans who have and EQ of -2. I've never felt more alone in the world. apart from not having family. I notice that Germans will never support you even as friends and especially when you are down. I think in Germany the saying is "Beat a dog when it's down". I've been taunted, ridiculed and the atmosphere in any shop, bank or otherwise is that they are doing you a favour by helping you. They are vile people. a Vile race. Every German I meet is elitist, they are entitled and expect you to thank them just for their existence. I hired a few Germans in my business before, never will I do that again. Lazy, incompitent and entitled.(Yes I went from homelessness to a business owner. By working schwarz. The government institutions made fun of me instead of helping me). My landlord is a passive aggressive pice of poop riddled with mental issues. For how many mentally ill there are it startles me that many do not understand self reflection. They are aggressive and hostile. Wherever they can drag you down they will.

Health insurance and social payments are through the roof. Taxes are crazy high. Yet I see no benefits to these taxes as countries with lower taxes also have nationalized healthcare(Italy). I have been living without health insurance coverage since I'm here. As a self employed I'd be on the street eating twigs if I had to. Which means I can get no help for my deteriorating mental health as I go into a suicidal state except for paying out of my pocket for which I don't have the money, as work is getting harder and harder to do I'm loosing clients. The system here squeezes you out. The difference with Germans is how they handle stress. They are a weak people. Stress pulls them down, in return they pull others down and it becomes a cycle which gets worse over time. I often get Germans telling me that it's human that cashiers and tellers can be angry and sad, but they always are. By making a customers day bad they arent going to make it any better for themselves knowing they went home and made 3 people sad and angry today. I've worked in service positions. and I have to say. Even though deemed fake here, smiling and making a customers day can boost your own happiness. They are just lazy and guize it under "efficiency" if anything they are efficient at being innefficient. Efficiency, is being on time, which they are never. Efficiency is creating customer happiness and getting their requests done within a dedicated time frame whilst offering the best of services. They are so lazy that they cant even be nice while being "efficient" because being nice takes energy. They are dumb. Somehow they think in the opposite way. I once had a business partner who was German. He said we should go squander money and have a party before opening our business. doesn't it work the other way round? How will we have initial capital if we go to "Ibiza" first? Shouldnt we have a party after we rach a milestone in our business? Another business partner was so entitled she expected me to take on her own tasks. Needless to say and German business partner I've had. They've been lazy. So lazy that they can't even file finanzamt papers in on time(2 month leeway). I've never seen more vile people that speed up when you cross the road. Never move or say excuseme when they bump into you. Servers who are lazy and garbage at their job. Supermarkets that don't take credit cards in tourist hotspost but do in the shitholes of berlin. Buses that don't stop. Bus drivers that shut doors on old people, hitting them. This place is hostile. Then they go on to call Africans thugs, Asians smelly and Arabs stealers. but they themselves went and enslaved Africa and stole their resources. All that they own is stolen out of coloniolization. Additionally they are ignorant. They don't know basic things about the world. Ettiquete ofcourse being a major player. But holy crap. Fornicate this place! I need to leave.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Couldn't agree more. I made my escape toward the end of last year and am far better for it. Once you come up with a plan and a time frame/departure date you'll already begin to feel better.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Get the hell out while you still can.

Your health (either mental or physical) is too valuable for you to waste it away in that horrible place.

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I notice here when you are going through hard times they get off on it. Like they see people in distress and it makes them happy. Germans are just freaking evil.

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Everything you say is true. I am German myself but got lucky when I was younger to build friendships with people from all over the world. I helped me not to develop that nasty German mentality. Every time I arrive in Germany from another country I am appalled by their behaviour.

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  Anonymous wrote:

^I'm glad that you as a native German can understand why so many of us have a rough time of it here. The mentality and behaviour are a major reason.

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  Natt wrote:

freaking Andy's Diner and Bar - who shouts at a customer and demands a bloody tip after you treat someone with absolute disgust the whole time you're serving them. Tips are never mandatory - they're a bloody perk of the job. No one should ever expect a tip and when they do actually get a bloody tip, they should act surprised and thank the person. If you're not given a bloody tip just get on with your life and stop being such an asshole.
Rant over...

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  Anonymous wrote:

Just back in Oz mate, and feel like I'm on another planet, people are courteous, except for a few w0gs, but otherwise all is good, "thank you" and "please" are very common here, and tips are never expected. Fk Berlin, don't think it will ever get better and if you have a relationship with a German, dump them right now and leave, trust me, it never gets better, only worse, and eventually to survive emotionally, you start becoming like them. Go now, just pack your bags and go.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I decided to return to Oz after nearly a year here. I understand what you guys are saying. The frustration that one endures trying to get set up and dealing with grumpy locals can seem pretty overwhelming. I had started to behave like them after a certain point and I knew then that enough was enough.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Foolishly spent Christmas and New Year here in Berlin with family. I can honestly say that I will never be back. I've spent the week holding the door for many a local (as is good manors) but no word of thanks or even eye contact. I can't tell you how many times I've had to say the sarcastic "YOU ARE WELCOME! ENJOY YOUR DAY"! For anyone akin to good customer service, and common decency, please don't go near Berlin. Locals are as scummy as the streets.

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  Anonymous wrote:

And that's pretty scummy. I know what you mean, they have no social graces whatsoever. Leave them to their miserable lives. Maybe they can go back to being communist, we all saw where that ended up :o)))

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Christmas in Berlin? Nein Danke :D

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Actually Xmas Eve Night and Xmas Day in Berlin were my favourite days of the year, because you didn't see any Germans on the street. In all the years I lived there, not one German ever invited me for Xmas. I didn't want to go, and would have declined the offer with gratitude, but they never invited me. They are social retards.

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  Anonymous wrote:

The hardest thing in this city is deal with dysfunctional, weak minded people that have no empathy.
Being left to deal with people that have too fragile egos to apologise, admit mistakes and do everything possible to gaslight you and guilt trip you for their own rotten behaviour.
We should all feel pity rather than hate for these lost souls.
Must be really miserable to be a German or someone who absorbed this mentality.

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It's all they know, so maybe ignorance of a better world is bliss for them.

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'The hardest thing in this city is deal with dysfunctional, weak minded people that have no empathy.'

I'm hearing you loud and clear. This was the killer for me, along with incompetent bureaucrats. Of course these weren't the only reasons that I fled this pisspit.

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