Berlin has changed. The world has changed. Now populism and hatred are returning to our city like a creeping poison. Previously inconsequential, apolitical suddenly becomes political. Political positions collide like bombs. Propaganda is very popular. Many people are afraid on the streets again. The effects can also be seen in everyday life in Berlin. Although my hometown has also lost much of its charm, I’ll show you the most worthwhile – but also the most historic – places from the sheltered perspective of my comfortable rickshaw.
If you don’t dance through life in a hedonistic, colorful and kinky way, completely oblivious to history, you will quickly recognize the parallels to the time between the two world wars in Germany. Where are the lobbyists, the profiteers of every crisis, the heads of the arms manufacturers, the enemies of democracy today? I also make these places part of my highly political city tours.