What Is It Like To Live In The Us? Really Depressed Here In Germany

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Hello Guys

I am 23 Years old and live in Germany.
I hate it.. I don't like Germans they are so cold and care only for themselves...On the other side we have so many Refugees here and they disrespect everything here.
I am Italian/Serbian Origin an feel like I am alone here.
I don't have many friends because I am so depressed and don't like their way of living life.
The only positive things in my life are watching American movies eat American food and so on..
I know I sound like a retard but this is the way it is.
I remember as a 12/13 year old I came home in the evening and watched American movies like collateral and comedy series like family guy, South park...
I really want to move to the USA..
But maybe it isn't like I think it will be..
Can you guys explain me how the life in the US is?
I really can't live here anymore..
Thanks

Not like the movies.

They're movies, for shits sake. They're there to give you a fun or fulfilling time. They're not reality. Not even documentaries get everything right.

You think Germany is bad? The US is fifty years behind, politically. No OrdoLiberalism here, that's pinko-commie sh*t. Be ready to pay out the *** for everything, from healthcare to commuting to eating to education, or surviving to get an education at a cc (and there's NOTHING wrong with a CC, do what you have to do to get ahead, but surviving while pursuing that can be tough) at best.

Nothing is universal, either, save the IRS, FBI, and Swat teams. Chains come and go. Cities flower and shutter on a turn of a dime. Crime comes and goes with the police season and most cops want to throw short-sighted tantrums these days than stuff it and adapt to political regs that come and go anyway.

Right now the North-centre of the country is dying, literally. Everyone is moving to the sunbelt for the most part, save for Seattle which is growing. Anything above SanFran-Dallas-Atlanta-Charlotte is living on borrowed time, until the weather down south turns to sh*t and people come back up again.

And we still have a lot of 'refugees'/migrants, they're just Vietnamese, Hmong, Caribbean, Mexican, CentralAmerican, South American. We got Somalis in MI. You don't like them in Germany? It'll be worse here.

Enjoy the Americana. That can be gotten anywhere these days. Enjoy the food, our chains are eveywhere. No need to come here for it. That's the beauty of globalization and the modern economic world.

Sounds like either you wanna go to Norway or somewhere in Eastern Europe or hey try Italy again, or maybe the answer isn't abroad but far closer to home?
 
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Enjoy the Americana. That can be gotten anywhere these days. Enjoy the food, our chains are eveywhere. No need to come here for it. That's the beauty of globalization and the modern economic world.

Sounds like either you wanna go to Norway or somewhere in Eastern Europe or hey try Italy again, or maybe the answer isn't abroad but far closer to home?

Everything is relative. People often confuse tourism and emigration. If someone wants to understand whether it will be better for you, then I recommend going there for at least six months. Perhaps this will open your eyes)) The country for me is not just a line in my passport. This is primarily an opportunity. The opportunity to find a good job, find good housing, send children to a normal school (let's not talk about private ones). My brother left for Eastern Europe because the Moneza gave him a soft loan to buy a house and a car. This is also an important factor when your family is more than three people.
 

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It's something like this. Maybe that's up your alley, Serb-bro.

Skip to 6:10
 

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...or like that
Hope this cures your depression, bro.
 

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America is behind socially in a lot of areas but we’re less racist as a whole compared to other countries. Our biggest issue now is bad healthcare and a lack of taking COVID seriously enough
 

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America is behind socially in a lot of areas but we’re less racist as a whole compared to other countries. Our biggest issue now is bad healthcare and a lack of taking COVID seriously enough
No you are not. Race is the dominant dimension in your political discourse and most people vote for candidates according to their race. There are endless discussions about quotas based on race and what are allowed or are not allowed as a person of gender x and race y. It's like a politically correct caste system where what you do matters less than the race you have been assigned to while you were doing it.
Both sides of the politcal spectrum are completely out of bounds on this subject and yes, there is like a sizable portion of people who put the old racist racial hierarchy on its head with African Americans being the superior specimen and white males being some sort of malfunctioning, opressive subhumans. But in anybody's eyes who is in their right mind, that's not the opposite of racism even if you arbitrarily changed the definition based on a lot of unproven premises. It's just inverted deeply racial thinking.
 

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Everything is relative. People often confuse tourism and emigration. If someone wants to understand whether it will be better for you, then I recommend going there for at least six months. Perhaps this will open your eyes)) The country for me is not just a line in my passport. This is primarily an opportunity. The opportunity to find a good job, find good housing, send children to a normal school (let's not talk about private ones). My brother left for Eastern Europe because the Moneza gave him a soft loan to buy a house and a car. This is also an important factor when your family is more than three people.

Leaving the US because you got a loan in Europe sounds pretty stupid to me... You can get a good loan here too. I have got some good 3 month loans here, and I have never had any problems or difficulties at all. It was smooth, and those loans helped me a lot really
 
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Leaving the US because you got a loan in Europe sounds pretty stupid to me... You can get a good loan here too...
Actually, I didn't say that was the only reason. Firstly, his wife has relatives in Germany and Poland. This is not just a family but also additional connections in society. My brother is a good technician and this is highly regarded in Europe. That is, the level of his salary at the new place became higher simply as a result of a new contract. The USA has a large territory, it has its pros and cons. You can drive through the European Union in a couple of days)) This means that you can get a better loan offer. You can visit longo's website here. It is one of the largest European used car dealerships. My brother and I also considered this option then. As you can see, their conditions are more attractive than in most American states. I know for sure that he did the right thing when he moved as it brought comfort and improvement in the financial situation of their family.
 

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American performance art.
 

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I just find it sad that in the US, society is so obsessed with the subject of race. Why does there have to be so much political stuff evolving around race? I wish that we humans could just be more like Labrador Retrievers. The following quote summarises my thoughts:

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America is an empire in decline and is going through its last death throes, a militarized police force that is armed by the pentagon on its streets, the normalization and desensitization in regards to inciting political violence, mass incarceration of the population where under 5% of the worlds population holds 25% of the worlds prison population , political discourse and debate has been reduced to prepackaged sound bites and 2 minutes of hate, beneficiaries of hyper neoliberal capitalism are amassing more and more wealth while the population suffers from increased levels of wealth disparity and poverty. I guess you could say these symptoms are shown all over the west but in America it is staggeringly apparent. At the very least the menace which is Trump has been voted out and a typical center right Democrat has been voted in but that is certainly no remedy to Americas ails.
 
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Hello Guys

I am 23 Years old and live in Germany.
I hate it.. I don't like Germans they are so cold and care only for themselves...On the other side we have so many Refugees here and they disrespect everything here.
I am Italian/Serbian Origin an feel like I am alone here.
I don't have many friends because I am so depressed and don't like their way of living life.
The only positive things in my life are watching American movies eat American food and so on..
I know I sound like a retard but this is the way it is.
I remember as a 12/13 year old I came home in the evening and watched American movies like collateral and comedy series like family guy, South park...
I really want to move to the USA..
But maybe it isn't like I think it will be..
Can you guys explain me how the life in the US is?
I really can't live here anymore..
Thanks

I don't know because I'm Canadian and I've only been to the U.S a few times and those were all in the 90s, but it's really strange that you posted this because I was thinking about it recently because for some reason some "German ettiquette" videos showed up inexplicably on my youtube feed and I got this very distinct feeling that Germans are a cold, dour people who pretty much seem anti fun compared to people in Canada and from what I've see, the U.S
 

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I just find it sad that in the US, society is so obsessed with the subject of race. Why does there have to be so much political stuff evolving around race? I wish that we humans could just be more like Labrador Retrievers. The following quote summarises my thoughts:

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Because we're not simple animals, and frankfurt school indoctrinated radicals will use any means to leverage a shift in american society so as to destroy it and impose a socio-economic system that is guaranteed to fail...

Truthfully, 90% of the right wing edgeposters I know IRL have zero issues with individual people of any race, they'll take people as they come. I find mostly speaking people on the right want to be left alone. It's the people on the other end of the spectrum that want to obsess over race and use it as a stick to beat everyone else into submission with.
 

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Leaving the US because you got a loan in Europe sounds pretty stupid to me... You can get a good loan here too. I have got some good 3 month loans here, and I have never had any problems or difficulties at all. It was smooth, and those loans helped me a lot really
I agree. Today it's not a problem to get a loan as the number of loan companies is excellent, some of them don't pay attention to credit score and employment. I also got a loan here without issues. According to a loan payments calculator, I'll repay it in a year.
 
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