This is not the only indication, though, that the average woman might like to think again before supporting the march. The organisers of the march have released their demands, one of which is the following:
...there is a global migration crisis. We believe migration is a human right and that no human being is illegal.
They want open borders. They want a situation in which anyone in the world could fly into a country and, as a right, be accepted as a citizen of that country.
Think of the implications of this. It would mean:
- those belonging to wealthier nations would face a massive influx of economic migrants from around the world and lose any semblance of their former identity and culture.
- there would a levelling downward in wealth, as economic migrants would gravitate to a wealthier nation until the strains of this migration made that country as poor as the rest. Any country showing the way by establishing good governance and a good work ethic would be drawn back down rather than being able to set a long-term standard for other nations to emulate.
- the possibility of a failed state, no longer able to provide for law and order or for welfare to all of those crowding in
It's not a positive vision of the future and it does not deserve to be supported.