I ain’t perfect but I can still go fishing for an old man that’s close enough shirt and women’s v-neck
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
So in my opinion this is a common human perception towards other human being in all over the world. I ain’t perfect but I can still go fishing for an old man that’s close enough shirt If we can adjust and represent ourselves to be welcome I have not had any racial problems while I was in Germany.
I ain’t perfect but I can still go fishing for an old man that’s close enough shirt
Of course there is racism in Germany. Not only in daily life but also when it comes to institutions. The rise of far right parties and growing xenophobia clearly show our society is not colour-blind. Nevertheless the clip suggests that Germany is a racist country, which is simply not true. Germany is a country wgere racial discrimination is one problem amongst others we have to face and tackle, but the high number of people with foreign background who are very well integrated I ain’t perfect but I can still go fishing for an old man that’s close enough shirt ( my butcher is from Turkey, my banker from Italy, my teachers were from Poland and Greece…) show that Germany is not as bad as some people state here in the comments.
I wish DW had chosen another wording for the lead-in question “How racist is Germany?” The experiences of the people portrayed are genuine and true, but connected with the lead-in question and not a single biased answer the clip leads to a wrong impression! My thoughts on Germans is that they are very slow to make friendships which many people misunderstand them for racism. A German will first study you to know if you are honest and true before committing strong bonds of friendships. Germans are more direct and talk with some arrogance in their voice it also depends on which side of Germany you live. western Germany ans Frankfurt area are very good in conversations. However Eastern Germans talk less and observe you more before opening up to you. People really need to study Germans to understand them. They can be pushy sometimes