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I Hate Living In Australia

For those who wish they had been born somewhere else, or at least had the means to escape... 353 People

    The pop star, who kicked off the Sydney leg of

    her Prismatic tour on Friday night, posted an open letter addressed to the Australian press condemning the actions of the local photographers. "You should be ashamed of your paparazzi and tabloid culture. Your paparazzi have no respect, no integrity, no character. NO HUMANITY...
    O1100 O1100 31-35, M 1 Response 6 days ago

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    A Warning To Any One Thinking Of Migrating To Australia !

    Be aware of the following; 1. False and Misleading Advertising – this is condoned at all levels. One example is in tourism. The country is promoted as having great beaches. However when you arrive here you will discover that ALL of the beaches in tropical Queensland are...
    Spankerr Spankerr 51-55 34 Responses Mar 14, 2013

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    I see that the Emperor appears to have blocked

    me from responding to his post. I wonder why? ;) EMPERORJ: "a logical fallacy called "ad hominem". (that's Latin by the way)" You have correctly established that "ad hominem" is indeed Latin. It would seem though, from the inconsistencies in your assertions, that you don't...
    seatbelthoon seatbelthoon 41-45, M 6 Responses Nov 11

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    Death by sensory deprivation The longer I

    remain out of Australia, the more I detest the place... hey shouldn't that the other way around? The longer I remain out of Australia, the more I realize how my world view has been shaped by their toxic garbage - yes, even me who has probably understood Australia better than...
    seatbelthoon seatbelthoon 41-45, M 9 Responses Dec 4, 2013

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    Australians - A Toxic Culture

    The social conduct of Australians is animal mentality at it's best. Are they loosing the plot? Is this what a laid back attitude is all about? WHAT DOES THEIR CULTURE STAND FOR? Yeah, yeah we know you are not all like that. But how many of you are not like that would be an...
    enoughisenough1 enoughisenough1 51-55, M 8 Responses Jun 13, 2013

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    Can'T Wait To Get Out Of Here

    Thankyou everyone for sharing your stories about what it is really like here I have lived in australia for the past 13 years i should probably say here that i cannot speak for every australian, just the ones i have encountered since being here as beautiful as some of the...
    stgeorgeinmyheart stgeorgeinmyheart 41-45, M 14 Responses Jun 22, 2013

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    Australia. Great. That is all.

    Sure we got no jobs. No one ever gets anywhere. People under 35 can't afford a house. The older generations made slaves of the young. But free healthcare and primary and secondary school etc. The only thing holding you back is thinking that australia sucks :P its pretty...
    Saltydog5 Saltydog5 70+ 4 Responses Nov 11

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    Anglo-Australians! I don't have to agree with

    your way of thinking, and your way of looking at "Living in Australia". You have not suffered anywhere near as much as I have suffered by "Living in Australia". I am set in my ways and so are you. Of course! You don't have to agree with my way of looking at "Living in...
    sickness18 sickness18 56-60, M 1 Response Nov 12

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    Real Experience! (for idiotic Australians

    who think that Australia is the best country in the World) I have a niece who lives and works in Rome, Italy. We are in constant contact with each other. She informs me that Italy is economically depressed in more ways than one. Regardless of its economic stagnation, the...
    sickness18 sickness18 56-60, M 4 Responses Nov 19

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    I have had problems with this country

    since coming here in 1978 which I have kept inside of me for far too long. Now I am letting off steam. It is bloody expensive to live here and if you are on a low income or receiving welfare payments you will struggle. This is no ''Lucky Country'' and would recommend anyone...
    nonaustralian nonaustralian 41-45, M 4 Responses Aug 9

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    Australia Is Depressing Plain And Simple

    All people have got something in common in this Blog! Except the Aussie xenophobe, talking ! I am biased when I say this because I am from a non-Anglo background, but I honestly believe that the all-consuming misguided Australian believe that you are only an real Ozzy if you are...
    enoughisenough1 enoughisenough1 51-55, M 3 Responses Sep 29, 2012

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    Born In Australia But Always A Stranger

    I was born here in Australia and a son of German/Serbian Parents Youngest of Seven children and my 2 oldest brothers were born in Germany' As soon as my Mother arrived in Australia in 48 she knew something was wrong' Very Wrong''' A feeling of isolation came over here...
    GeorgeyPeorgy GeorgeyPeorgy 56-60, M 8 Responses Oct 6, 2013

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    Short history lesson: In the 18th century,

    there was no immigration policy. You arrived as a convict as His Majesty's guest. In the 19th century, everyone knew that non-Anglos were not welcome - it was an unwritten rule so no need to spell it out on paper. 20th century - need to spell it out on paper as the "White...
    boganbait boganbait 46-50, M 6 Responses Nov 18

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    Hey! Anglo-Australians!

    Did you watch a current affairs last night? Did you believe what you saw and heard? What about the newspaper that you bought this morning, did you believe what you saw and read on the front page? Do you listen to the radio talk back shows? Do you believe what you hear on the...
    sickness18 sickness18 56-60, M 2 Responses Nov 17

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    Australians want real life experiences from us

    on this forum? Very well then! Drop this sugar cube in your cup of tea. I drink beer regularly on weekends. I have done so all my life. I have never been drunk and disorderly ever; not once. I have seen Ethnics and Asians drink beer also. They have never been unruly nor...
    sickness18 sickness18 56-60, M 2 Responses 2 days ago

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    The 'Australian' Hate

    (And Why I hate it) I was born in a really **** part of England. There were robberies, gangs rife, the streets were dangerous and a majority of the muslim people in our town despised us (even though we were BORN there) and so it goes on, and on, and on. Now, I live in sunny WA...
    Chamberlane Chamberlane 70+, M 22 Responses Jun 11, 2013

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    New Terminology. In view of the multicultural

    nature of Australia, I think it is important that we be careful to avoid stereo types based solely on appearances and ethnic background. Whilst it is generally true that ones assumptions regarding the tattooed oaf in the blue singlet, stubbies and thongs are likely to have some...
    Spankerr Spankerr 51-55 6 Responses 5 days ago

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    It'S Not Hate It'S Disappointment

    As an immigrant, I understand why lots of people say they hate living in Australia. I don't enjoy living here either, (I know you'd say go back to where you came from then, again. Now bogans, F off), but I now think it is not hate, rather disappointed. Australia has a fairly...
    Lefttheshithole Lefttheshithole 31-35, F 8 Responses Nov 1, 2013

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    Reading some of the posts on this topic really

    makes my blood boil. The arrogance, ignorance, prejudice and bigotry is disgusting. Stereotypes and sweeping generalisations are invariably the tools of the ignorant and are always employed in this kind of hate speech. One arrogant, pompous, egomaniac in particular claims...
    EmperorJulian EmperorJulian 46-50, M 8 Responses Nov 7

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    Anglo-Australians! You possess "The Worst

    Habit", and that is: If some persons say to you that they hate living in "Australia" ... You immediately shout down those persons with aggressive commands of: **** OFF out of "Australia". Or politely; you say to them "Leave Australia". You don't pause and think; that perhaps...
    sickness18 sickness18 56-60, M 2 Responses Nov 14

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    This post is directed to anybody considering

    moving to Australia. Don't be fooled by the promotion of this country being friendly, accepting, easy going, etc. Because the reality is very disappointing. You may have heard about Australia being a 'multicultural' society. This is complete nonsense. Australia is one of the...
    deleted deleted 26-30 12 Responses Feb 21

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    I Hate Living In Australia

    Hi there, That's a terrible title to start a post, I've just used it to conform to this forum for those who, like myself, live in Aus and are tired of having to deal with the locals. Im pretty tired. Soon I'll leave to another country, a real country, with real human beings...
    Br3n Br3n 18-21, M 5 Responses Dec 3, 2013

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    Tony Abbott trying to flex muscles.

    The bogan in a suit who will be out of office when early elections come is trying to play in the kindergarten of the big shots. Trying to imitate his idol Obama he demands an excuse from Putin who in turn sends four battle ships. He has no clue how ridiculous he comes off...
    doktorevil doktorevil 70+ 4 Responses Nov 13

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    Pure Denial

    Whilst I do love Australia in a lot of respects I increasingly find myself despising the banality of the place- the constant dumbing down of humour and news, the inability of Australians to understand that my kids didn’t support the Wallabies, that I don’t delight in boat...
    northlondonirish northlondonirish 46-50 6 Responses Jul 21, 2013

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    Living in Australia, is like living in a horror

    movie. In the beginning of your tale, you move into a "beautiful" house, with the belief that you are "privileged" and "lucky". Nice, isolated house, by the ocean, fresh air and sunny beaches! For a few days you REALLY enjoy it, you overlook a few "small" flaws, some shady and...
    silvioh silvioh 18-21, M 8 Responses Oct 31

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    Feck Australia

    I came to australia on a working holiday visa from the uk about three months ago. I am literally sickened by their racism, their rudeness and open discrimination towards all other cultures including my own. I paid for a whv and was hoping to find some sort of semi skilled work...
    Tanskii Tanskii 26-30 23 Responses Feb 9, 2013

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    A Message to Overseas People.

    When you read our posts, please do not be amazed and shocked. You are outsiders. You have not lived in Australia to know the truth about it. We have on this forum have: Lived for many years in Australia, and we know the truth about it. Please no more of your: 1. What...
    sickness18 sickness18 56-60, M 2 Responses Nov 7

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    Intolerance, bigotry

    and racism are all signs of low intelligence and this entire thread is nothing more than a festival of hate. As an educated white Australian from a privileged background, all my life I have fought for land rights, social justice and human rights - and it angers me whenever I...
    EmperorJulian EmperorJulian 46-50, M 5 Responses Nov 9

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    This is yet another proof of how vile the

    Australia mentality really is. https://au.news.yahoo.com/nsw/a/25563673/man-charged-over-attack-on-86-year-old/ Absolutely shocking and disgraceful to say the least. To anyone overseas who hasn't experienced the unique bitterness of people in Australia (and may be considering...
    MRR007 MRR007 22-25, M 3 Responses Nov 20

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    A celebration of culture.

    If you like this kind of thing, then you will probably fit in well.http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-09-05/before-and-after-of-world-record-burnout/5722444
    Spankerr Spankerr 51-55 3 Responses Nov 15

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    Sunday, 23 November 2014 Greetings Everyone!

    Yes! and No! questionnaire. Only "Four" questions. I will prove to everyone on this forum that the "Anglo-Australian" culture is "Extremely Limited" or "Deeply Dishonest", and that "Australia the Land" is "Humdrum" in appearance. Anglo-Australians! Please answer these four...
    sickness18 sickness18 56-60, M 4 Responses 6 days ago

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    Dont be sucked in to this 'Australia is the

    best place to live and retire" bullsht ... You will never live a fully comfortable life or retire without worrying about the high cost of living .. You will work like a dog until you die ..Even the Anglo's are escaping (probably makes up 1% of Anglos as the other 99% are brain...
    vladdyy vladdyy 31-35, M 4 Responses Nov 12

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    the misconceptions of some of the comments

    that Australians are racist to those of darker skin or foreign ethnicity is misleading ,the truth of the matter is these people have a strong aversion for everyone regardless if you are white ,black green ,male ,female, young or old, language or accents means nothing as long as...
    zerotitle zerotitle 31-35, M 5 Responses Nov 8

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    Although I am only young,

    I've seen enough to make a fair and solid judgement. This country is absolutely not for me. This country has its upsides and its downsides, but you seldom see any of the downsides from any mainstream media outlet. From what I have seen, Australians tend to completely and...
    GenericUser24 GenericUser24 18-21, M 6 Responses Feb 19

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    Australia The Stupid Country

    I am an emigrant. I am disgusted by this country of bogan sheep minded people...and I am using that word loosely. Tradespeople are not skilled..build to a price and down to a standard seems to be the ethos. The intelligentsia .... well there isn't any more since Whitlam walked...
    criticalthinking criticalthinking 56-60, F 102 Responses Feb 26, 2012

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    Sydney, Australia, I won't beat around the bush

    - I am divorcing you. 15 Years of good times and bad times, and I have made the decision to leave you for good. Took me a long time to get to this point, again and again you lured me into staying, giving it another go, trying to see the good things about you... but I can;t...
    dansch85 dansch85 41-45, M 9 Responses Dec 23, 2013

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    If there is one country

    which can be recognised as anti-intellectual it's Australia the stupid country. People here are perhaps the most ignorant. They believe their government's propaganda and they're always following the media whilst disguising their low self esteem. If you are in any way different...
    MRR007 MRR007 22-25, M 7 Responses Nov 19

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    I personally never expend any energy reasoning

    or conversing with them just reading the generic comments they all post is proof enough they are no more than monkeys with a language in all honesty they aren't even house trained. the Borg Collective is the only existence they understand any individuality is frowned upon ,to...
    zerotitle zerotitle 31-35, M 2 Responses Nov 8

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    Is Australia A Dream Or Bs

    Selling BS to the world disguised as a DREAM. Ruthless depredation of people’s lives from all over the world by getting them sucked in with “blue water and pristine beaches” propaganda. Most of us on this forum know that the blue water and the beaches are for real BUT the...
    upyours01 upyours01 46-50 9 Responses Oct 19, 2013

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    Lonely.

    I moved here over 6 years ago and am having one hell of a time making friends, finding work, fitting in, not being bored out of my damn mind............. It wasn't my choice to move here so it's no surprise I'm not happy. I just wish I had friends, that I could confide in, that...
    DonutsJunction DonutsJunction 26-30, F 12 Responses Jul 3, 2013

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    Look, it doesn't really make a difference!

    Here we are debating with each other. Sharing our experiences. Agreeing with each other. Disagreeing with each other. Swearing at each other and abusing each other with name calling. And what happens at the end of it? There is some measure of stress relief. That is true...
    sickness18 sickness18 56-60, M Nov 8

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    What a load of crap by "Emperor julian ".

    . Typical Australian calling himself an Emperor Thinking they are better than the rest of the world then writing a Bullsht novel to us LOL.. ... Then calling us sociopaths ? LOL ... Lets check the real psychos in the below videos (A small taste) ,This is The type of people we...
    vladdyy vladdyy 31-35, M 3 Responses Nov 12

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    Hey! Australians. If you don't want us

    migrants to defend ourselves against your diseased culture, then instead of telling us to: Get the **** out of Australia; do a huge collection of money and send us off on our way. You keep dropping "FOUR LETTER WORDS" and asking "LOTS OF WHYs", but physically you do nothing...
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    Anglo-Australians! I will no longer waste my

    precious time and stamina entering into a debate of any sort with you. I shall place the grandest of "Conscious Effort" into avoiding answering any of your questions; or asking you any questions, or discussing any issue or subject with you. It has been a regrettable waste of...
    sickness18 sickness18 56-60, M 2 Responses Nov 11

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    Freedom is a Joke In Australia

    Indoctrination of Australia starts at an early age. They are getting thought from early age to shut their mouth and comply with the rules or else. The “Else=Prosecution” methods will go as far as banning them from school, banning them out of the system and denying them the...
    upyours01 upyours01 46-50 9 Responses Nov 3, 2012

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    Glad To Have Left Australia!!!!

    After living in the '*** end of the earth' for three years, I am very happy to have left that country. I grew up there and even I can see how downhill both Sydney and Australia have gone since the 1980's. I can sum it by these observations: The cities are too damn expensive to...
    bsimm42 bsimm42 41-45 6 Responses Jul 9, 2013

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    I wished I had found this group earlier,

    before I decided to visit there for a month. In world events, especially those showing faults of a country, I've often seen Aussies the most on there bagging the other countries (doubly so for the U.S.) and claiming they don't have those problems and that their country is the...
    Darius211 Darius211 41-45, M 6 Responses Oct 19

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    Here's a suggestion,

    if you don't like where you live MOVE! .I didn't like living in the UK ,guess what,I left! Get some balls and do something about your situation instead of ******* and moaning about it on a message board .
    Confused848 Confused848 26-30, F 6 Responses Nov 8

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    If this country had got its act together it

    would have been much better. Yes there will be things from your former homeland (eg. historical sites, culture, cuisine etc) you will still miss. Most of all it is the people here who frustrate me with their indifference, surliness and selfishness. They trust their government...
    nonaustralian nonaustralian 41-45, M 6 Responses Nov 9

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    Saturday, 12 April 2014Dear Friends,

    I am a new member and I would like to vent my frustration.It is healthy to do so.I know that nothing will change, but my purpose is not to bring about change.My need is to release my pent up anger on this forum.I have lived in Australia for 47 years (since 1967).I was born in...
    sickness18 sickness18 56-60, M 14 Responses Apr 11

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    Living in Australia is depressing.

    I am regularly depressed and even cry at times. The financial situation here is at breaking point for me. If I was wealthy I would depart these shores. No lucky country here it is all a fairy tale.
    nonaustralian nonaustralian 41-45, M 6 Responses 3 days ago

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