Drinking From the Same Labour Mug
While the master race clutches its pearls over the migrant crisis in Europe, the vast majority of refugees continue to be accommodated in poorer countries; and the Upper Milibeing has proclaimed that this desirable situation should now be formalised. The most vulnerable cases, which he estimates at a reassuring ten per cent or less, may strive for the privilege of relocation; the remainder will just have to stay where they are and "become productive residents of the countries that they’ve fled to." In order to facilitate this integration (the Upper Milibeing does apparently concede that not all wogs are exactly the same), the civilised world must ensure that the receiving countries "get international financial support", which in Standard English presumably means that any safeguards their people have against corporate exploitation should be demolished all the faster. It is, of course, axiomatic that no refugee could become a productive resident of a proper country like Britain; and once they recover or reach the age of majority, the orphans and cripples can always be sent back to the war zone, as under the present régime.