I’m sure there are people in every country, on every continent, in every city and town, who do not like the idea of other people immigrating to their space, although they may well feel that they might, someday, want to go elsewhere themselves. I do not know the details, the numbers and percentages, but I’m pretty sure that immigration is a concept that is generally accepted. Every time I hear that the current upset in the world is caused by anti-immigration sentiment, I get disgusted. I don’t think it is anti-immigration, but anti-massive and anti-uncontrolled immigration. It is the feeling, of those who have contributed to creating a healthy and desirable society, that they should have some influence over how many people, who are fleeing their own societies, the ones that they have created, may enter. How long will it take the receiving society to change to one they will no longer recognize as their own? How long will it be until the newcomers change the society into one like the one that they fled? I think that is one basic problem with the EU and their Utopian concept of open borders. It may be reflective of our problem with 12 million undocumented immigrants. It might be that if we knew who was here, and had processed them in legal, orderly and controlled ways, we wouldn’t have the resentment that exists here today.