I’m sorry your home got bombed to hell and half of your family died. But that does not mean you are one of us, and nor should you be treated the same as one of us.
Every single one of our countries has rules and requirements for immigration. Real immigrants actually have to apply for the privilege to live here. They have to show they won’t be a burden to us. On top of that, they have to show they can be a contribution to our society. Then after a long and tedious process (and if they are lucky), they get to stay for a couple of years, with the hope that they can one day become a citizen through naturalization.
Now what did you do? Literally the only thing you did was walking over our borders while claiming your home has been destroyed. To make matters worse, you frequently refused to provide even minimal evidence to support that claim and blatantly disobeyed instructions from our law enforcement officers.
If I am getting mugged or beaten right in front of your house, I expect you to act like a real human being and give me shelter. But I would NEVER expect you to treat me the same as your wife and children, simply because I entered your door.
So, why are you demanding that? How can you possibly expect that?
Unlike where you came from, we are actually civilized. We will not destroy your homes and kill your family; instead, we will give you shelter from the bullets and bombs. But that’s it.
You don’t get to demand like one of our fellow citizens. You don’t get to wander freely like one of our legitimate immigrants. You don’t get to enjoy those rights without subjecting yourself to our immigration process first. Because you know what?
You might not be good enough to live with us.
That’s right. We rightfully, justifiably, and morally might not want you here. Period.
We welcome you to integrate. We will provide the resources for you to integrate. We will help you navigate the bureaucracy around becoming a legitimate immigrant.
But until you do, you are NOT one of us.