Thursday, June 2, 2016

Dalai Lama Says Germany Cannot Become An Arab Country #RefugeeCrisis

The Dalai Lama clearly understands the risks of refugee crisis better than the majority of European leaders. The huge influx of refugees into Europe is straining economic (fragile budgets), political, and social order. These strains, trends etched in the minds of many by the hardships of 20th century and recorded numerous times throughout the history of Europe and Asia, could easily transition the world from order to chaos.

The Dalai Lama's comments summed up the crisis pretty well,

"Europe, for example Germany, cannot become an Arab country. Germany is Germany," he laughed in an interview published Tuesday with Germany's Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper. "There are so many."

While official policy appears to be never admit a mistake, an unrealistic goal for mistake prone human beings, it should consider the wisdom of Dalai Lama.

Headline: Dalai Lama Thinks Europe Has Let In 'Too Many' Refugees

Mainz, Germany — The Dalai Lama thinks Europe has let in "too many" refugees.

The Tibetan spiritual leader said that "we feel the misery" of each individual refugee and that humans have a "responsibility to help" — but that there are "too many" who have been accepted in Europe.



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