The papers are full of it, the politicians hold endless rounds of talks about it, and each of us has an opinion on the subject. In the meantime, the situation becomes increasingly dangerous.
The escalating refugee problem, with tens of thousands more entering Europe every single day and the growing threat from the sub-human monsters of ISIS, continue unabated and effectively unchallenged.
Those who believe that Europe’s borders should be closed to the Syrian refugees are labelled racist by those of the opposite persuasion, with the accusation of a blinkered and irresponsible attitude being thrown back by the other side (actually only 40 per cent of the influx is of Syrian origin, so why is there not a selection procedure in place at the very least?).
Ordinary, caring, but genuinely concerned, members of the public have for years been saying that uncontrolled migration into the European Union in general, and Britain in particular, needs by necessity to be strictly controlled.
Not for any xenophobic reasons, but because vital integration, a term that we rarely hear these days, cannot take place with this continuous flood of humanity reaching our shores, coupled with the fact that England is already the most densely populated major country in Europe.
All that and the very real prospect of the collapse of our creaking public services, along with the rape of the countryside in the quest for more housing. Housing crisis? It is clearly a population crisis we are dealing with here.
But, shock horror, this all seems to have come as a complete surprise to the politicians. Or has it?
By their very actions and dubious decision-making on a host of important issues, it seems that our so-called leaders are at best complete morons incapable of coherent thought processes, and at worst criminally inept sociopaths.
But don’t you get the feeling that there is an underlying ‘something’ that is being kept from us all and that the fat cats of our political elite have always had a quite different agenda of their own?