Yes, I have been drinking.
But the point stands: skill is not black and white but a scale. The guy in my example is unskilled labour, in spite of being a scientist in his own country. Yet I believe he is a contribution to the country he immigrated to.
Maybe he is, I can't say. But then again, I doubt Australia had any pressing shortage of taxi drivers. Regardless, you are talking about a single, legal immigrant. Not really meaningful is it?
I wish you stopped with the Russian thing, but whatever, I guess it's too exotic to give up. If anything though Russia did less to the rest of the world than the West, Europe and America combined
Russia invaded, occupied, and oppressed for decades: Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Germany, Finland, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Afghanistan, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, and Moldova. Not to mention pumping nauseating bolshevik lies and misery to the rest of the world for 60 years? Would you care to amend your analysis?
I am not trying to pretend the world is fair, everybody else seems to. I posted this article for one reason: it seems to be looking at the problem from a different perspective and comes up to counterintuitive - not necessarily undisputable - conclusions.
It's an attempt to place another cobblestone on the path to the globalist swamp that certain stateless powers would love to see, where no nation of like-minded people remains to contest their hegemony. I know you're a good person, don't fall for it.