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The Banned Portuguese Video in Germany - Ich Bin Ein Berliner.

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posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 02:23 PM
Hi all.

This video was banned from being displayed in Sony square in Berlin this week.

The video was suppose to promote solidarity between Germany and Portugal like Portugal and the rest of Europe had when it was the reunification of the two Germany back in the 80's.

Video (In German)

Who is winning big bucks? With the poor southern European countries becoming poorer?
See for yourself and decide.

edit on 11-11-2012 by crustas because: (no reason given)

posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:34 PM
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It's not surprising, as the video doesn't paint a nice view of Germany and only points the bad things.

For example, yes, we work more hours, but is our productivity better or worse? It's known that Portuguese workers are hard workers (they know that in Germany), but what about those that are managing the workers, the middle and top management of the companies?

I think that's where most of the difference is, as the work is not as effective as it could be because of bad middle and top management that is hidden for economic and/or political reasons, as most top managers in big companies are connected to politics in one way or another.

Here's a English version for those that do not speak German, like me.


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