Tragic stories of families dying at sea trying to escape their countries
- Their children’s bodies floating up on the shore
- War-torn people…
- Politics of Middle Eastern countries …
Looking around the world, the largest political challenge is handling the influx of war refugees. Lately in the news there’s been tragic stories of families dying at sea trying to escape their countries.
Their children’s bodies floating up on the shore. Struggling single fathers holding their children trying to sell anything on the street just to get them food. There are photos of Syrian war refugees walking across Hungry and Austria because those countries refused to help them. Not even giving them bus transportation to get across the country to Germany.
Other countries are opening up their borders and their homes to take in these war-torn people. The wars in Syria have been going on for over two years and it doesn’t look like it’s coming to an end anytime soon. What’s interesting is that the major Muslim countries are not opening up their borders to take in any refugees.
Countries around the world have meddled in the politics of Middle Eastern countries and instigated wars. While some countries helped the terrorist groups trying to oust the governments, other countries are supporting the incumbent regime. This looks like a never ending situation. When these millions of refugees leave their countries destroyed by the meddling of other countries, the world needs to step up and offer a peaceful solution or else millions more refugees will be seen on the oceans and seen walking across other countries.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That it’s interesting that countries who have instigated the wars and civil disturbances are unwilling to take in refugees.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because by causing chaos in others countries the super powers of the world can step in once everything is destroyed and offer a new solution tailored to their own desires.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: Put yourself in the place of one of these refugee families who have lost everything and only have what they could put on their back walking across entire countries to find a safe haven. The political challenge will be to assimilate these refugees and then getting them to acclimate to their new country and not bring their old country with them.
COMMENTARY: This is a real dilemma. The countries who refuse to help these refugees have seen what has happened to other countries who did. Countries like, France, the UK, Belgium, and Sweden and are now experiencing Muslims who are unwilling to adapt to their host country. They have also taken advantage of the host countries government programs. Once reaching critical mass they create “no-go zones” that keep everyone out who is not like them. This becomes a real threat to the host country. It’s like a country within a country. So although this is tragic, so is the intention of the refugees once they reach critical mass in a country that was open-minded enough to let them in.