Certainly, we need to move beyond the current focus on the here-and-now of survival and charity efforts, and think further into the future, toward rehabilitation and what will come after the war.
And are we not always being told to stop meddling in islamic nations and let them get on with it?
It's a failed concept as many in this country have finally realised.
But if one thing is harder in peaceful Berlin than in war-torn Syria, it is navigating the lexicon of relationships. It seems to me, that there's been an awful lot of shouting, but not so much thinking. We are the vegetables who accept the political gravy, and allow them to create carnage, its our taxes they squander on such thing.
All refugees are meant to stay in the Zaatari camp, a dusty, sometimes violent shanty town on the north border.There are millions of desperately poor people on this planet.In typical liberal elite style folks fears and concerns are brushed aside and the full list of pc slurs used on those who will not toe the liberal elite line.Having a common religion might justify the desire of a large number of Turkish men to marry Syrian women.The only head of state calling for that option is Angela Merkel and despite her popularity in Germany I think she would soon be shown the door if she managed to get that through.