The Tibetan Buddhist leader explained how migrants were needed more in their homeland than the growing refugee camps across the West.
"Generally the people always feel that one day they will return. They should rebuild their own country,” the Dalai Lama said in a morning interview with Piers Morgan.
The recent statement is a continuation of the Dalai Lama's ominous rhetoric concerning the global migrant crisis.
“Europe, for example Germany, cannot become an Arab country,” the Dali Lama said during an interview on May 31, 2016.
“Germany is Germany. There are so many that in practice it becomes difficult. … From a moral point of view, too, I think that the refugees should only be admitted temporarily,” he concluded.
In May 2013, the Dalai Lama earned recognition as a the world's most popular leader with positive ratings across the planet.
The common sense of the Tibetan Buddhist is a far cry from the Vatican's recent handling of the crisis.
“This unprecedented number goes beyond imagination. The total number of refugees is now larger than the entire population of Italy!” the pope said on Monday.
"I encourage you therefore to welcome the refugees into your homes and communities, so that their first experience of Europe is not so traumatic as to sleep in the cold in the streets, but that of warmth and humanity,” Pope Francis announced to his followers.
The pope's acquiescence demonstrates how political correctness eroded even the most traditional institutions of the West.
If asked the source of the Dalai Lama's remarks, many Americans would guess the pope or perhaps Donald Trump, but our society has devolved into an asylum where you'll only find wisdom from the occasional concerned onlooker.
Unlike our globalist leaders, the Dalai Lama offers an insight into true empathy.
The migrant crisis must be resolved with practical solutions, ensuring a future for all societies as we know them.