There's a section on Greece's "Camp of the Saints" experience—90 percent of Europe's illegals enter through Greece, and they don't always leave:
So let 'em in, you might say. If you work for The Economist or the Wall Street Journal, that's what you will say. Plainly Europe needs more young people, while Africa and West Asia have surpluses. What could possibly go wrong?
What could go wrong is that the numbers wishing to come are so great, and their cultural connection to Europe so slight, and the failure of their home countries to develop rational govenment so total, the smart money would have to bet on major social disruption, cultural conflict, and political collapse.
01 — Intro.
02 — Camp of the saints.
07 — Miscellany.
08 — Signoff.