There is no way our infrastructure could support an influx of a million people who would inevitably be on welfare long term. We can't just take these people in and dump them in the desert and get the warm and fuzzys.. taking in refugees is a life long commitment to a family (the welfare cycle can continue for generations as the family settles and generations increasingly 'westernise'.
Are there a million government homes available? A million jobs? I am all for helping refugees however i do see the business end of the issue. The waiting list for government housing is already 10 years long in some instances.
I dont think its necassarily a lacking of humanity, but we need to consider all related issues.
Would you commit to adopting 10 children if you had a one bedroom house and couldnt feed or clothe yourself?