Don’t Get Fooled Again

Posted on November 22, 2013


Roger Daltrey savages Brit politicians for “screwing workers like they’ve never been screwed before”.

I’ve been writing about Illegal Aliens and Comprehensive Immigration ‘Reform’ from a lot of different angles.  That it’s not economically sustainable, that it wreaks havoc on our culture and educational system, the crime, that immigrant ‘family values’ are in no way superior to ours, as Jeb Bush claims, and that not vigorously enforcing immigration law is corroding the basic tenet of our ‘American Exceptionalism’ – the Rule Of Law.  And all of those are just the short list.  Because of this, it was a great relief to learn that ‘Baby Boehner’ the crying House Speaker doll, (available wherever tools are bought and sold), actually pushed immigration off the legislative docket for the year.

It is true that the odds of an immigration bill coming to a vote in Congress are slim and none for 2013.  It’s equally true that what you have in this Congress on both sides of the aisle, are conniving, subversive and manipulating scoundrels, capable of anything.  Look, America’s healthcare system is going down in flames.  You think there’s nothing left for them to destroy?  Don’t you believe it.  Tom Donohue, President of the United States Chamber of Commerce, the big Kahuna of cheap labor lobbying groups,  has said that he’s not concerned about the setback.  Reuters details:

The head of the biggest U.S. business group, a traditional ally of Republicans, said that he remains confident that the top Republican in Congress will push to enact comprehensive immigration reform. U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Thomas Donohue said he is not worried about House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner’s refusal to negotiate with the Senate on its sweeping bipartisan bill. 

Donohue said he supports Boehner’s decision to instead take a step-by-step approach with smaller measures to fix the nation’s broken immigration system.  “I believe it will get done,” Donohue said at a news conference attended by business, religious and law enforcement leaders, all of whom echoed his determination and optimism.

The end game in transforming America into a wage slave state to replace the Soviet Union and China, is to slash and burn the wage structure by flooding the country with migrant workers, wave after wave.  Amnesty is the battle plan and these agents of the Puppetmasters will come back again as many times as it takes to get the job done.  They’re running into a problem though – and that is that public sentiment is trending in the opposite direction.  And this is not only in America, as is reflected by the surge of the political parties in Europe, who are opposing unregulated immigration.  Citizens in Greece, Italy, Spain, Malta, Bulgaria and Cyprus, are making their opposition to the waves of illegals surging in from Northern Africa – Europe’s version of a massive bordering failed state region similar to our border with Mexico and Central America.

Europe rejects unbridled immigration.

Labeled as racists just because they’re weary of depressed wages, joblessness and crime. How dare they?

The leading Labor Party candidate for the next round of Prime Minister elections in the U.K., Ed Milliband, said recently in a speech to the Fabian Society, “High levels of migration were having huge effects on the lives of people in our country.  And too often those in power seemed not to accept this.  The fact that they didn’t explains partly why people turned against us in the last general election. So we must work to ensure that it never happens again.”

And current Prime Minister, David Cameron adopted a critical pose on the impact high immigration levels have had on England, stating that “immigration, welfare and education” are all connected.  Of course, these comments are driven less by any genuine concern, than they are by the fact that limited immigration policy third parties are gaining momentum in Europe.  The United Kingdom Independent Party (UKIP) gained 26 percent of the seats in local elections in May of this year, and the established parties, the Tories and Labour are nervously looking over their shoulder as are establishment Republicans and Democrats here.  UKIP leader Nigel Farage noted, “We’ve been abused by everybody, attacked by the entire establishment, who did their best to stop ordinary decent people from going out and voting Ukip and they have done in big, big numbers.” Sounds like the media campaign here to discredit and demonize the Tea Party, doesn’t it?

The same thing is happening in France, with the surge of the Front National (FN) party led by Marine LePen.  The Christian Science Monitor reports that Laurent Lopez of the FN, which fights against the “Islamization of France” but that also recently re-branded itself as an anti-globalization force, won a seat in the Var regional council in France with 53.9 percent of the vote in a result that’s seen as an indicator of the national mood.  And a recent opinion poll in France showed that the anti-immigrant FN could win 24 percent of the vote in EU elections, nearly four times its haul in the previous cycle in 2009.

In June, Dutch voters catapulted Geert Wilders‘ Freedom Party into control of 24 seats in the countries’  Parliament and a majority in combination with the wins of two other centrist parties also intent on revisiting liberal immigration policy.  Following the elections, Mr. Wilders said: “We want to be part of the new government. More security, less crime, less immigration, less Islam – that is what the Netherlands has chosen … I don’t think other parties can ignore us.”

The same trends are appearing in Denmark (Danish People’s Party) and Norway (the emerging Progress Party) and all across Europe.  In Sweden, the Sweden Democrats – who won their  first seats in parliament in a Sept. 19 election, unveiled plans to impose a moratorium on building new mosques in the Scandinavian country.  Another group, Women Against Islamization, was founded in Belgium to campaign against Muslim immigration.  Austria, Hungary, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Ireland and Germany all add to the list. 

Public opinion is moving away from out of control immigration, legal or otherwise.  To further illustrate this, The Inquisitr reports that Roger Daltrey, lead vocalist of the legendary English classic rock ensemble, the Who (pron. th’ ‘Ooo’), and former Labor Party supporter, registered his disapproval of large-scale immigration from Eastern Europe that occurred under Labor Party rule.

In an interview, Daltrey contended that the open-door immigration policy was a job killer for homegrown UK workers:  

“I will never, ever forgive the Labor party for allowing this mass immigration with no demands put on what people should be paid when they come to this country.  I will never forgive them for destroying the jobs of my mates, because they allowed their jobs to be undercut with stupid thinking on Europe, letting them all in, so they can live 10 to a room, working for Polish wages.”

This was by no means all he said.  It was an earful.  Needless to say, Daltrey will be criticized by left wingers and cast as a xenophobe, but reality persists and there are limits to the good will of put upon citizens everywhere by the globalist promoters of open borders.

Corporations toss American workers under the bus.

Beware of the relentless amnesty cartel of the United States Chamber, the AFL-CIO and SEIU labor unions, La Raza, LULAC, America’s Voice, PICO National Network, Mi Familia Vota, CASA in Action, the Silicon Valley tech consortium, (Facebook, Netflix, Yahoo, Google, LinkedIn, DropBox, Bill Gates), the Information Technology Industry Council, The Internet Association, executives from dozens of hospitality giants like Marriott, Carls’ Jr., Hallmark Cards, Disney, CVS, the Cheesecake Factory, American Airlines, Wendy’s, McDonald’s, the Olive Garden, Red Lobster, Coca-Cola, T-Mobile, AT&T, UPS, Rubbermaid, and McCormick spices — just to name a few examples given by the Center For Immigration Studies.

Legal citizens need not apply.

The full list of Corporate America bent on kicking the American worker while he is down, is here if you care to have a look.  Doug Oberhelman, the Chairman and CEO of Caterpillar, a company that earned $65.9 billion in revenues last year, sums up the opinion of Big Business, that

“Providing consistent, reliable access to both high-skilled and low-skilled talent is critical to sustain our nation’s global competitiveness in many industries including healthcare, technology, manufacturing, hospitality, and tourism. We need reform that will provide opportunities for immigrants and foreign students to enter the U.S. and our workforce legally, attracting and keeping the best, the brightest, and the hard working.”

In other words, to hell with the estimated 20 million plus citizens that are out of work and the millions more who are and will be downsized to part-time underemployed status.  What’s going on here is not complex and follows a simple equation – wages go down, profits go up.  As has been widely reported, income inequality is at it’s most egregious level since the Great Depression.

Senator Jeff Sessions (AL), who opposed the ‘Gang of Eight’ legislation passed in the Senate, responds to Mr.Oberhelman, Mr. Zuckerberg and the rest of the eager exploiters:

“Don’t we have a duty to our own people?”  Sen. Sessions said. “We are a nation with an economy, not an economy that is a nation.  We owe people … These businesses don’t get to set our policy.”