Skip to comments.My Trip to Germany ~ How Multiculturalism Ruins Tourism
Posted on 11/01/2018 1:27:05 PM PDT by OddLane
Not easy being a tourist. Went to Germany for some fun but encountered multiculturalism instead. After a long while I accidentally found out that the central station, where we booked our hotel, is a no-go zone. Good times...
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Globalists want to turn the world into a Target parking lot.
More like Kings Plaza.
I spent a few weeks there 3 years ago. It was getting pretty bad in Berlin then, I can’t imagine how bad it is now. There might have been a lot of regular German stuff going on, but it was behind closed doors.
Try traveling Europe as a Hasdic Jewish person.
It’s like 1939 Germany, except the Nazis already conquered London, Paris, and the low countries (and speak Arabic for some reason).
I have to go on business, am a large, fit, man, and was pretty much prepared to have a fight all the time. I carried a steak knife in London.
I couldn’t take Uber/Lyft/Taxi because they are all hostile Muslims. I couldn’t use mass transit.
This guy will no doubt be imprisoned for hate speech when he returns to Sweden.
He’s got a good point but he didn’t have to f-bomb the entire video.
Uh, filled with folks that don’t or can’t decide which bathroom to use?
you mean a Home Depot entrance and parking lot...
A friend of mine from NZ/AU moved to Berlin.
He’s having a hard time getting around being a foreigner. He speaks German pretty well but is still treated like an outsider.
One thing that amazes me is how travel shows here in the US gloss over the invasion of Europe. If you watch Rick Steves or Househunters International, you NEVER see excessive crowds, burkas, or immigrants. I can’t imagine how much editing and selective filming has to be done to make it seem as idyllic as it was decades ago.
(And along the same lines, every beach or swimming pool they film is NEVER crowded, unlike real life.)
Im Asian living in America for 27 years. My take on this is that there is something seriously wrong with west civilization. I dont know what it is. They are very very good in building what Europe is now. They are very very talented to advance civilization and quality of life. Here come a problem : regardless how high quality of life is, a society has to have basic support for it to function. Garbage collectors, nanny, childcare,restaurant workers; laundry worker and other low paying professionals. They are imperative to society and they must be above certain level proportionate to total population. When life is so good like Europe and people so enjoy their lives there, fewer and fewer people are willing to to do these low pay jobs. When a country is aging, they must support larger retired population in pension. Germany and Japan are having this problems. Low level service workers are in shortage and not enough workers pay into pension for old people. When life is good, people tend to enjoy it more which means less marriage and fewer children. It worsens the problem. Its dilemma
i’D cuss too if I witnessed what he saw with my own eyes.
I hear ya. It gets old pretty quick.
Well, in reality he is an outsider unless he finds people like himself. It takes generations to make a true homeland.
I dont blame him for being ticked.
Thats not the point.
Reminds me of “Brave New World”.
The put a bunch of Alpha + (the most intelligent, athletic, well-adjusted) on a island. They starved.
They needed moronic Deltas to do the dirty work.
I’m in favor of AI robots for this.
That is, until they become the overlords.
Multi-culturalism is such a farce. Just look at it here. You can’t ride the transit here unless it’s rush hours or a big event, like sports or a concert. You have to be careful where you live, shop, send your kids to school or play. Imagine being a foreigner, first time in USA and then realize there are thugs, thieves, beggars and other assorted lowlife everywhere.
No kidding. Or even if he goes to England. So glad my husband and I left London 18 years ago. It has gone down hill fast.
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