"There is a dangerous tendency in the way we address and discuss the humanitarian crisis is Syria and Europe. The rules of the game seem to be that the one with the loudest, most radical statements, both positive or negative, is the one who is heard - the one who is right. This creates an agressive, noisy and unnuanced debate that leaves no room for argumentation or reflection - the foundation of any real discussion or action. In our part of the world we are enormously privileged, and it is important we remember that it does not make us superior. That it does not justify reducing the lives of hundreds of thousands of people fleeing from war, terror and misery to a simple mass; a “stream”, and that it does not justify the aggressive, racist and xenophobic vocabulary that is right now the local and global debate."