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My concerned isn't America though.
Your comment was "Personally, yes, and I have seen it in other countries as well." It sure sounded like America was at least part of your concern.
No. I believe a country's immigration rules should be respected which includes America, but since the U. S. is literal melting pot, it isn't a concern of mines.
Nice about face there, homie.
Your logic doesn't make any sense, of course its treason if a government is letting in massive wave of illegal aliens. The natives don't vote for a government to be letting in millions of illegals. What you think will happen in about 2 to 3 decades to a nation that constantly have migrants coming in and reproducing children? The native will eventually be replaced.
Eh, a government derives its democratic legitimacy from elections. In no democracy is every piece of legislation voted over in a referendum. Instead, the whole point of a representative democracy is that people elect individuals who represent them in a parliament/senate, who then make legislation. If people disagree with it, they have ample opportunity (remember that more immigration in Europe started in the 1960s, which is 60 years ago now) to vote in governments that like to severely restrict immigration. Except they do not. And for your 2 to 3 decades, the main waves since the 1960s here in the Netherlands have been Muslims. They currently form about 5% and have a fertility rate only marginally higher than the rest of the population (and it is decreasing constantly). So the tally is at about 6 decades and after that significant immigration (including in the 90s with immigration from the Balkans and last decade from Syria and alike), we've about 5^%. So we're at about 6 decades of immigration of Muslims and we're still at only 5-6%.
The immigration rate of Arab Muslim to the Netherlands in the 1960's was probably 0.1% (maybe at most 2,000 illegal people) so natives didn't see it as a concerned over 50 years ago. Over the years though, the Netherlands have seen a huge jump in its immigration. Arab Muslims now represent about almost 1 million in the Netherlands, which 50 years ago was probably only 2,000 in the whole country.In my heritage country foreigners make out about already 40% of the population which includes about 500,000 legal documented residents and about 3 million plus illegal aliens which a is major concern.So, say in another 15 to 20 years they will be the majority by far, and that can't be allowed under any circumstances lest the country be lost.
Yeah no, I don't think you can comprehend the fact that their birthrate is barely above replacement level and slightly above the level of those who are not muslims. The basic implication of that is that any future growth is really really slow.