The Great Immigration Non-debate

If the only justification for sky-high immigration is it’s “good for the economy”, it is a policy fundamentally flawed. Judged through the prism of existing citizens’ interests, there is no economic case that can justify the transformative changes current policies are inflicting

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  • Cat-astrophe

    “good for the economy”?

    If we are really concerned about the environment, wouldn’t the left want to keep the most intensive resource use countries of the world with a lower population, and less consumption?
    Another lie, another dichotomy.

    • This has everything to do with making the rich richer regardless of who they harm.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding!
        I also think there is a more sinister plan at work too in that they want a controllable, lower IQ population as a permanent underclass.

        • John Boy

          If they had thought it through they would realize with that underclass will come more criminals.

          While criminals usually target their own neighbourhoods and neighbours eventually they will turn on those with the greatest assets or the wealthy’s children as easy pickings.

          • Alain

            Those pushing mass immigration live in gated places with plenty of security to ensure they don’t suffer the consequences of their policy.

          • John Boy

            But even some of the security will turn a blind eye for a bribe or out of jealousy if they don’t do it themselves.

            Even Brinks guards have been known to do a Brinks robbery.

        • Exile1981

          I think that is also the reason they are pushing soy and other foods that lower sperm counts.

  • John Boy

    I’m waiting for another great disease outbreak.

    No, not one brought by the third world hijra, but a new pandemic.

    I bet the United Nations and our leaders will virtue signal by demanding that we share it proportionately with the overpopulated third world before vaccinating all of our own people and don’t announce it, just claim there is a shortage while shipping most of it overseas.

  • Alain

    The only case where the argument that mass immigration is good for the economy with any justification would be to a country without any welfare, without any benefits or any socialised government programs. Then all immigrants are on their own and either sink or swim, which actually would eliminate mass immigration that now exist since it would weed out the serious from the leaches. Since there is no such country in existence in the West, the argument that mass immigration is good for the economy is a vicious lie.

    • John Boy

      And if there was such a Western country, most of those wouldn’t even come as part of hijra without the free money, food and housing and a bureaucracy that will turn a blind eye when they rob the system blind.

      • Alain

        Exactly!