Dalai Lama More Catholic Than the Pope on Europe's Rapefugee Crisis?
- What, I asked him, does he think of the European backlash against migration? “In the name of sympathy, for the few who are desperate, [resettlement] is worthwhile.” But Europeans, he continued, “have a right to be concerned for their own prosperity.” Better, he said, “to help people in their own land” [emphases mine - BODO]
In contrast, the last time I heard Pope Bergoglio speak on the subject it was to acknowledge that "we can talk about an Arab invasion" and then in the same breath to ask Europeans to "go forward and find itself enhanced by the exchange among cultures," which I posted two months ago — Popes and Mohammedan Invasions, Then and Now. This prompted me to ponder whether the women and girls at the Cologne Cathedral felt "enhanced by the exchange among cultures" during the New Year's Eve sexual assaults in Germany.
Speaking of lamas and popes, here an old post of mine in which a comedian concludes that "the Pope's more 'right on' than the Dalai Lama" about sex — Pope John Paul II, the Dalai Lama, and Sex.