The Breivikfication of immigration, not immigration per se, is the aberration—anthropologically, immigration is constitutive of the human condition. The human journey began 70,000 years ago when our ancestors first walked out of the African savanna. Migration is written in our genetic code and is encoded in our bodies: in our bipedalism, in our stereoscopic vision, in our neocortex. Migration maketh man, and today when half of all global migrants are women, migration maketh woman. Modern humans are the children of immigration, and migrations today are once again transforming humanity. Migration is what makes us what we are: it is our history and destiny. Now, let's make it work.