The Tourist Guide to Germany's Racist Hot-Spots
"A German national of Ethiopian descent continues to fight for his life after suffering multiple skull fractures and brain trauma in what is suspected of having been a racially motivated attack in Potsdam on Easter Sunday."
The significant number of neo-Nazis who are ready to harm and even kill others is a chilling reminder of how messed up our Germany still is. We don't understand the concept of multi-culturalism at all. When Germans go on vacations to other countries, they go in groups and stay in groups (not unlike the Japanese). And this is not just a problem with the East. West Germany has the same issues as well, just in a smaller scale.
And now we have a "No-Go" guide, compiled by the Africa Council, an umbrella organization of African community groups and activists in Germany, focuses particularly on areas of Berlin and eastern cities like Leipzig and Dresden where neo-Nazi groups and far-right extremists are known to be based.
Let me tell you, this is not "nonsense," as the government is saying. This is very, very sad, and unfortunately true.