Beware: Germany Is Growing Resentful and Angry

May 10, 2012  •  From
Everyone knows Europeans are fed up with Germany. The more pressing question is, what do the Germans think of their neighbors?

Europe is unraveling. Last weekend, events culminated to provide a glimpse of how Europeans view Germany’s salvation-via-austerity remedy for Europe’s debt crisis. Between the May Day protests, the widespread success of anti-EU political parties, the collapse of the Dutch government, and, most recently, the electoral success of anti-austerity socialist leaders in Greece and France, it’s obvious many in Europe are fed up with Germany, especially its demand for austerity.

But what about the Germans? What do they think of the virulent anti-German sentiment running through Europe?

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