I really don't know what else can be said to you Jon. In the face of overwhelming statistical evidence, you refuse to adjust your world view to the actual evidence in front of you, and instead continue to base how you see things on your feelings, and some perceived idea of social justice (correct me if I'm wrong). For instance, when we know that in Sweden since 2006 rapes have increased 50%, and murder has increased 80% since 2012, according to the Brottsförebyggande rådet, your response seems to be who cares? Well, average Swedes probably. Germany has shown that of the 10% increase in crime, 90% has been committed by asylum seekers.
I suppose this will be one of those times we don't learn from history. Insecurity will always cause people to seek out extremist politicians and governments, because all of the ancillary things like the economy, infrastructure, etc, is completely irrelevant without security for ones person and home. You dismiss the concerns of average working class people in those countries with the sort of high brow snobbery that is typical of someone who has never walked a mile in their shoes, it is a collectivist worldview of the worst sort, 'the ends justify the means,' right? Well, to every individual who is personally affected by rape, murder via terrorism, robbery, assault and battery, and any number of other crimes which make the average citizen fear for their security (real or perceived) it DOES mean something. Those people who are victims, have their lives irrevocably changed. The chief duty of a country is to care for its citizens and their safety first, secondary or maybe even tertiary to that would be this humanitarian save the whales tripe that you've been spouting.
Whats your sides response when these people voice legitimate grievances and concerns regarding the influx of people who are culturally and linguistically dissimilar to them? To shout them down and brow beat them with labels of racism, xenophobia, islamophobia, and whatever other popular -ism you can attach to them, meant ONLY to stifle dissent and silence their opinion. Once someone is labeled a 'bigot,' we don't engage with them right, we don't debate with the opinions of bigots, so the message is quite clear, to de-legitimize their opinion. Whats worse is that when some of these people choose not to adhere to the prevailing dogma and groupthink, your sides reaction is to HURT them, they should be publicly shamed and lose their job, they should be blacklisted in their respective industry so that they can no longer provide for their family because they thought the wrong things or dared to question the prevailing dogma surrounding immigration. This is 1950s McCarthyism all over again with the Red Scare, only this time it's in support of a new left wing grand social experiment that requires absolute fealty.
I find your response to be dismissive and morally repugnant, typical of people on the left who believe they're a new enlightened class.