01 January 2010
Manfred Lütz is a physician, theologian and psychotherapist.
He talks pure common-sense.
He was asked how many people in Germany have psychological issues and referred to a serious study which came up with a figure that represented 210% of the population.
"This" he said "is why we urgently need more immigrants" and carried on to say that around 30% of all people will have issues that need treatment at some time during their lives
Following the success of his recent book, he was asked why he'd wanted to write a best-seller.
"Well" he said "if I'd only wanted to write it for one person, I'd have written a letter"
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