Ali Alexander says our immigration policy is run by "ethnic political groups" (among others). Without agreeing with him, I wonder what is wrong with that, if it is true? And what does that mean anyway? We are all of some ethnicity or another.
If arguments that lean against immigration are founded in part on the ethnic background of the intending immigrants then they are merely racist arguments and therefore flawed from the start. There are legitimate concerns that can be raised about control of immigration flows but ethnicity of the immigrants is not one of them.
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