The vast majority of people in the West haven't experienced real poverty. Worse, they've not even seen it. Witnessing the wretchedness provides a lot of perspective:
Three weeks after college, I flew to Senegal, West Africa, to run a community center in a rural town. Life was placid, with no danger, except to your health. That danger was considerable, because it was, in the words of the Peace Corps doctor, "a fecalized environment."
In plain English: s--- is everywhere. People defecate on the open ground, and the feces is blown with the dust – onto you, your clothes, your food, the water. He warned us the first day of training: do not even touch water. Human feces carries parasites that bore through your skin and cause organ failure.
It's not merely material deficits:
Senegal was not a hellhole. Very poor people can lead happy, meaningful lives in their own cultures' terms. But they are not our terms. The excrement is the least of it. Our basic ideas of human relations, right and wrong, are incompatible.
Putting such diverse groups together only leads to conflict. The West will learn this the hard way.
What I did witness every day was that women were worked half to death. Wives raised the food and fed their own children, did the heavy labor of walking miles to gather wood for the fire, drew water from the well or public faucet, pounded grain with heavy hand-held pestles, lived in their own huts, and had conjugal visits from their husbands on a rotating basis with their co-wives. Their husbands lazed in the shade of the trees.
Feminist Islam FTW!
I've lived in the sharia shitholes of Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. This is why I fully support the right of any nation to deport its Muslim immigrants. That really is the least violent option available to the West. If that's not done in the near-future, then more blood will be shed fighting the cult of death. The political class of Eastern European nations has made the right decision by refusing to import Muslim refugees. They'll be significantly better off in the coming years.