More People Would Emigrate Out Of London Than Would Out Of Baghdad
As bad as the big, bad "civil war" in Iraq is, more people want to get the hell out of London to secure their future, than want to leave Baghdad:
Four out of five youngsters believe people should be able to live in any country they choose, a BBC global survey of 15 to 17-year-olds suggests.
The proportion of respondents that would emigrate to secure a better future was highest in Nairobi (81%) and Delhi (81%).
In Baghdad, 50% of the sample said they would not emigrate - the biggest negative response of all 10 cities.
MK, from A Western Heart, comments:
You know us Conservatives have always been banging on about Eurabia and how Europe is lost, for this we are frowned upon and occasionally laughed at, well then explain the above. London, another growing bastion of multiculturalism? Then how come more youth want to leave London than Baghdad.
I wonder what the results would have been if this survey was conducted in other Eurabian cities, Paris? No that's not a good idea, all those no-go zones and fire bombs; we want the surveyors to come back alive.