Not easy being a tourist. Went to Germany for some fun but encountered multiculturalism instead. After a long while I accidentally found out that the central station, where we booked our hotel, is a no-go zone. Good times.
All my English-speaking videos can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLo0ElGp48iyJ35AXMCadvnzYK6fJth4ho
Germans have become a minority in Frankfurt: https://dailym.ai/2QfbeQl
”For the Nordic countries to afford their welfare states they need to have 80% of their adults in the workforce, but labour-force participation among non-European immigrants is much lower than that. In Sweden only 51% of non-Europeans have a job, compared with over 84% of native Swedes”: https://www.economist.com/special-report/2013/02/02/the-ins-and-the-outs
And do keep in mind those unemployment rates are pretty consistent over a 10-15 year time period.
Don’t miss Paul’s video on Paris: https://youtu.be/56b_rmUHUg4
And London: https://youtu.be/3UG_N9H4XYY
He captures very well what “diversity” does to European nations, and how that colours the experiences of tourists. They will encounter a new kind of culture shock called multicultureshock.