Heard it all before bullsh*t then and bullsh*t to this day.I can only address your final sentence because the rest of your post is typcal gantish gobbledygook.
The majority of asylum seekers are young fit males, bu your own claim, so they're hardly likely to place an undue burden on health services.
They're entitiled to accomodation, and are afforded temporary accomodation in temporary facilities. They place absolutley no burden on housing.
There are very few children, so any burden on schools would be an absolute minimum.
Would you deny people medical treatment or accomodation, or children access to education because they are asylum seekers?