-Here's an example of wage suppression in Canada. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economic_ ... _to_Canada
"In terms of the impact of immigration to economy-wide wage levels, Statistics Canada estimates that for every 10% increase in the population from immigration, wages in Canada are now reduced by 4% on average (with the greatest impact to more skilled workers, such as workers with post-graduate degrees whose wages are reduced by 7%)."
"Why would you even want to assimilate refugees, refugees are people you intend to send back home once the conflict is over."
It feels like you're being intellectually dishonest in your assessment of reality.
-You're under the assumption that they'll go home. Did it occur to you that many of these people won't be willing to go home or the nations they inhabit won't bother to send them home? Then what are you going to do? Coerce them to go back home at gunpoint? Yeah, that makes for real good humanitarian optics. Why would they want to go home when they can stay and collect benefits for the rest of their lives? The majority of the people arriving to Europe from the Middle East and Africa are economic migrants. These people are bypassing the nearest safe nations; they're nation shopping for the best benefits. So you either try to integrate these people or you end up with a balkanized nation. We don't even know when these conflicts are going to end. The best thing we could've done was provide these people with food and shelter outside of these conflict zones in Africa and the Middle East, which is much more cost efficient (able to help many more people) than housing them in Europe. And when the conflicts eventually end, It'll be more convenient and cost efficient for them to go back home. That's the general consensus from economists. Not only that, but you aren't removing them from their cultures and having to educate these people into cultural norms that they aren't accustom to.
Sharia Law is being enforced within communities, but obviously It's not recognized under the official law of said nations. We've seen examples of this enforcement. No-go zones are real. Women in these areas are often segregated from the men, the indigenous population is often attacked and the police often refuse to go into these areas.
"NO! They don't let new immigrants litter the roads with car wreaks because they can't read the signs?!?!?
This is truly terrible! Obviously they are planning on 9/11ing the shit out of Canada, just look at the road signs! Wake up sheeple!!"
-What are you even talking about? If It's an English/French speaking nation and I can't read any of the store signs because they're in Mandarin or Cantonese and I can't communicate with the people living there, then why would I ever go there?
-How's this for cultural integration?
"52% of British Muslims in poll think homosexuality should be illegal"http://www.cnn.com/2016/04/11/europe/br ... ms-survey/
"Women at British Mosque Saying Kill Those Who Reject Islam"
Immigrants and refugees in Sweden DO commit more crime. The government is trying to cover up.
Why don't you take a look at this guys channel, he digs into all the statistics. I'm not going to link a dozen different sources that you likely won't read. If you genuinely believe that immigrants living in Sweden are committing less crime than the ethnic Swedes, we're done here.https://www.youtube.com/user/EnArgBlatteTalar/videos
(He cites all of his sources in the description.)
So you think diversity is such a good thing? Here's a very well known study on diversity. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_D._Putnam
"Diversity and trust within communities."
-Lowered trust in areas with high diversity is also associated with:
-Lower confidence in local government, local leaders and the local news media.
-Lower political efficacy – that is, confidence in one's own influence.
-Lower frequency of registering to vote, but more interest and knowledge about politics and more participation in protest marches and social reform groups.
-Higher political advocacy, but lower expectations that it will bring about a desirable result.
-Less expectation that others will cooperate to solve dilemmas of collective action (e.g., voluntary conservation to ease a water or energy shortage).
-Less likelihood of working on a community project.
-Less likelihood of giving to charity or volunteering.
-Fewer close friends and confidants.
-Less happiness and lower perceived quality of life.
-More time spent watching television and more agreement that "television is my most important form of entertainment".