A Tangible Negative of Migration


When we talk about immigration to European nations, the loudest voices will always come from those who are in favour, those who claim that immigration is a positive, that it is ‘enriching’ or that ‘diversity is our strength’, amongst other sickening clichés. They claim to be able to prove this by economic means, producing these long reports that supposedly show that immigrants are a ‘net economic benefit’ to our societies. These reports do indeed show this on the surface, but they are based on false data. The data that goes in at the beginning assumes that Continue reading “A Tangible Negative of Migration”


No Child Refugees!


As the news came in this week that Britain will accept ‘hundreds of child refugees’ from the French camps, many anti-immigration hardliners and radicals were left scratching their heads. This is because, on the surface, it seems quite difficult to morally argue against taking these children. They are after all, not terrorists or subversives, they are just children who have had their innocence stolen by the terror of war, or have been smuggled across continents, funded by anxious parents wishing a more prosperous life for their offspring. How could we shut the door in their faces, one may ask? How could we be so inhumane as to ignore their plight? Continue reading “No Child Refugees!”