That’s the point and the question, after having considered that we are talking about human beeings and not about stones.
Who has the right to be hosted and helped an who not? Who is a problem and who not?
Or maybe the true question is: is our society still enough strong to be able to receive people in need without living in fear or hate?
This question is popping up in my mind after an immigrants and hosting issue discussed today in my community/village. We, as community, are getting ready to host 6 refugees in the church house. Of course there’s somebody that don’t agree on this. However what’s astonished me were the tons of prejudices, narrowminded hypocrisy and fear driven by media, that came out from some people that doesn’t want to see what’s (and why) happening in the world.
Thanks to an Approach of the issue with a low-level political debate, use of religious beliefs when “needed” or just a frame of the facts, as in a bad use of rhetoric, today I had the proof that, really, bad media service is dangering people minds and society.
We should drive “problems” and find solitions with the mind, not with guts, use them to go to toilet. Then, if it happens that you are also a religious person… well this could be the moment to show it.
Questo è il punto e la questione, dopo aver considerato che stiamo parlando di esseri umani e non di pietre.