Addressing the failure of immigration policy in liberal countries.
You accept immigrants you didn't really want for fear of being called racist. So you take them in under the lovely slogan of calling yourself a “multicultural” society.
Later, when you are drowning in major internal problems that an open-door immigration policy has brought you, including poverty, unemployment, crime, violence, even terrorism, you want to blame the immigrants, but you can’t.
Isn't it strange that, in every case of homegrown terrorism it’s either immigrants or second generation immigrants, not members of the indigenous citizenry?
You know it’s down to the type of migrant you have let in, but you can't blame them because it was your responsibility to regulate the immigration into your country, and it’s your responsibility to care for the immigrants you didn’t want in the first place.
The moral of this is that every nation must select and control the type, quality, character, and number of immigrant that it wants and needs, and not be dictated to by a tsunami of people forcing their way into your country, or by the bleeding hearts and “human rights” lawyers for they will haunt you when things go wrong, as they inevitably will.
Human rights begin and end with your indigenous population and the quality of country you wish to develop.