As the etymology links point – no link what so ever but a bad pun – why persist?
Well.. People do have = or seem to have – some headaches linked with immigration, no?
Hummm.. Maybe headaches They link with immigration?
Persistent headaches = migraine?
OK.. Lets say.. But why the etymology links? What are we trying to say?
There are a few things that popped as possibly linked to how migration could be a sort of critique of society by stealth. Can it be that being a migrant and doing migration is a disturbing activity, a questioning practice – hence “invites” hostility?
It might, but also the fact that migrants are always a minority, should sound the alarm bells. Are you suggesting people are right to be concerned by immigration?
Am not suggesting anything of the kind, or that direction – I hope. Just focus on migration as a process rather than the correctness or otherwise of responses.. Shall we do that?
..Like migration philosophy?
Or a migration museum?
Perhaps.. But if we take it as a movement from one place to another, can we not view new members of the labour party – 130k in the last 6 months or so – as migrants?
People migrated into the labour party and caused a migraine by favouring a leftist candidate as Corbyn?
Yes.. Something like that.. In a way, these people are now the majority of Labour’s membership. However, because they are not part of the labour establishment, the powers that are already in the party could – as they did – decide to marginalise the majority by not allowing them to vote.. Is that a dismissal of the migrant minority marginalisation idea?
OK.. What about the mutability? That migration is a reminder of time, of moving and living in time within we we are not immutable?
You mean that in time we all change and whatever the current situation – it isn’t unchangeable?
Maybe.. Something like that.. Is it not fairly well documented that humans – and other organic animals – have issues with changes?
Yes.. Maybe fears.. Maybe sensations of uncomfortability?
Maybe.. But not all change makes people uncomfortable?
Are we talking about welcome and unwelcome changes rather than comfortability?