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I’m going to venture into the realm of politics here. Or it might just be geography or history or maybe religion.

Yesterday I talked about the migrant camps in Paris. Many of those migrants are bound for England and Scotland.

Here’s a comment from The Guardian: 

Population decline in the Highlands and Islands region has been reversed in the past decade, with EU migrants in particular helping to spur growth.

Here’s my question: if you are importing millions of people into a country and those millions of people have no intention of assimilating to the existing culture (and I don’t think that’s debatable), what’s the country going to look like?

Again, from The Guardian:

But Scotland is still facing a significant demographic challenge, with more deaths than births forecast every year for the next 25 years. According to current projections, migration will account for all of Scotland’s population growth up to 2041.

But will Scotland still be Scotland? What will the culture be like?

I don’t have the answers. All I have are questions.

What do you think?