Under the Marxist Utopian system of political theory taught to many of us during the years of our fantastic idealized youthfulness, there would be full employment, cooperative production and management and equal sharing of all resources.
Thus, there would be no need for immigration since all the people would dwell in ideal societies and communities.
However, as true as Marx's theory is flawed in its failing to realistically account for the variables of man's greed - his propensity for dominating others; the disproportional allotment of world resources, power and wealth, as well as acts of nature and the influences of history, immigration becomes a necessity for many people in this modern era as it always has been for humankind since the beginning of time from the grasslands of Ethiopia, to the plains of Moab, to the land bridge of the Bering Strait.
Therefore, in lieu of the failing of the powers of international organizations and governments to establish stability in all of the lands of the world, there will be immigration issues as people - families, fathers, mothers, sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, uncles and aunts, seek a sustainable comfort to existence.
Hence, all the naysayers to immigration from Hungary, Great Britain, the United States, Germany, France, Greece and elsewhere - all immigrants themselves, are wrong, unreasonable, selfish and despicable in their efforts to ban immigration.
Immigration detractors or their forefathers and kin are all culpable of creating or contributing to today's conditions giving rise to a spike in immigration.
Hence, rather than to blatantly object to immigration, detractors could use their widening media access to show some empathy toward immigrants and to assist in developing a sustainable formula to integrate immigrants within their new societies.