I have not lived in Somalia, thank God. And I assume you have not either. So we are both dependent on the reporting of others. Let's see what they have to say about the place. I'll start with an excerpt from Wikipedia. I don't grant Wikipedia automatic authority, but what they have to say about Somalia concurs with everything else I have read: A pretty horrible place, wouldn't you agree? You can see why people would be desperate to get out of there, to come to white racist imperialist America. The problem is, what attitudes towards society and the state do they bring with them? Are they likely to assimilate to become Americans in anything but the dry technical legal sense? Or will they continue to see the world as a dog-eat-dog, victory-to-the-strongest, everything-is-a-lie place? (Well, why shouldn't they, since that is what the increasingly-powerful Left in the US believe about their own country?) I think this is a legitimate question. I don't have a definitive answer to it -- there are plenty of examples on YouTube of Somalis in various Western countries acting in ways that make anyone with a sense of self-preservation very negative about the idea of bringing in more. But these may be very small examples, since it's possible to show horrific examples of people from any group whatsoever acting badly. But if you think the very question is illegitimate, then ... you're asking your society to destroy its immune system.