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Okay, like, almost every single country offers help to Japan. That's great!

Well, the thing is. Germany did, too. And they sent some morons there. Guess what. Seems no one told them they were being sent to a site where a catastrophe struck, or something. They cried in fear when they heard about radioactivity and ran back to their damn planes to come back here. Shameful to an extreme extend.

What a country of losers, seriously. The only things a German can do really good is drinking alcohol and harassing foreigners. And whining about soccer or cars.

I want to burn my passport and forsake my citizenship.
  • Mood: Outraged
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OneWingedNeko Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2011
ehm wow, how wrong can you be? :iconfacepalmplz:

the problem was that they where sent there before they knew anything about the radioactivity that was probably leaking. so you would you stay in a radioactiv area without any protection??? oh well, if you would prefer them to die than sure, but i guess they wouldn´t had been much of a help there than anymore.
....... :iconkyonfacepalmplz:
CrystalRed Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
So, you're basically saying - they forgot their "protection?" Well, there couldn't possibly be any radiation, being sent to a cataclysmic site near nuclear power plants - let's take beer and Bratwurst instead of Geiger counters and NBC suits.
OneWingedNeko Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2011
ehm no, they where sent there before any informations about the nuclear problems where leaked and they where only there for searching for missed people.

anyways, they stop searching this morning because it´s nearly impossible to find anymore people with how things are now.
Krabbenperle Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2011
"I want to burn my passport and forsake my citizenship." - I agree. Seriously, who ever said Germany is awesome must have been hit on the head with a frying pan over and over again as a child ^^;
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