I noticed here in New Zealand ( I am not sure about US, Canada, or Australia, but I suspect it will be similar) it is nearly impossible to have an honest conversation about the idea of mass immigration or multicultural society, other than singing its praises, because anyone who tries to bring up genuine concerns would risk get labelled a racist or something, this is especially evident within Body of Christ. For me, I always think one of the problems of allowing mass immigration is that you are bring in people who are not from a country which is rooted in Christian tradition, there would be many culture value they were raised in would not be according with the word of God. For example, if you were to ask Kiwis, regardless if they are Christian or not, a question such as " do you believe all people should be treated with dignity and respect, including people who are disabled or homeless?" Most of them would answer " of course" But I know within many Asian Cultures, it is exactly the opposite. People who suffers from disability, or are homeless, or worse still, suffers from mental health conditions, deserved to get treated as second class citizens. I often wonder what happens when immigrants continues to hold on to those values, how do they impose those values in their roles in their new adopted countries? for example, what happens when you have an immigrants who may hold discriminatory views against mentally ills in the role of a health professional? especially in New Zealand, the latest census shows 1 in 4 New Zealander were born overseas, and given our trend of immigrations, most of them would come from Non Christian cultures, so I i often wonder how will that impact on our social policies and the way this country is heading, especially when the percentages get higher?