Germany is still a strong going country, yet I saw first hand how the amount of refugees change a small town. In a decommissioned hospital refugees have found a temporary home. Yet when they walk in groups of hundred through a small and pretty town, it is kind of disconcerting.... In Kamp Lintfort, a rather nice neighbourhood where the larger no longer active coal mines were, there two Dash white tent-camp cities build just next to a nice neighbourly area... It looks sterile, no people are out... it is certainly better than being out in the rain. I don't know what the living conditions are for the refugees there. I am astonished and do feel for the old population in the workman's and miners neighbourhood and am sure that this is better than being in a dingy boat and risking life and limb in fleeing war and violence.
Clowns from Amsterdam
7 years ago