The world is heading into troubled waters as we are witnessing an unprecedented movement of people – refugees, migrants and internally displaced persons (IDPs) alike – fleeing from misery, poverty and conflicts. The refugee crisis that has swept across Europe and the Middle East is becoming the 21st century’s most protracted crisis with no immediate solution in sight. The world has not witnessed a more complex movement of people since the end of the Second World War; thousands of human beings undertake perilous and treacherous journeys in hope for a better and a safer future.
I would have no problem welcoming your people to the US, where I am myself an immigrant.
If you are not aware, there is a systematic incarceration or other culling of the local populace with many legalized methods.
Perhaps you can do better than I did after arrival.
May I insist that if lands far from yours do accept you, that you mix with the natives like sugar in milk, as a Persian king who sought refuge in India once demonstrated to be accepted.