The Suicide Of Europe, by Douglas Murray and Praeger University.
For decades, Europe encouraged people, mostly from the Middle East and North Africa, to come as temporary workers. Nobody expected them to stay. Yet they did. And nobody asked them to leave, even those who came illegally. As one British immigration minister put it in 1999, ‘Removal takes too long, and it’s emotional.’
“And, of course, why would they leave?” he continues. “The economic opportunities were far greater in Europe than from where they came. And if the work dried up, there were generous welfare benefits to be had.”
The blank slate hypothesis is wrong. PC is killing us.
hat-tip Scott of the Pacific