H1B tech workers heading to America.
About a week ago a resident legal alien made the following comment on a website I follow.
“Well aside from being a legal alien who enjoys the services of many “low-skilled, uneducated people who are not American”….
My response was and is; “That makes you a guest. Polite guests mind their own business when it comes to family matters. Obviously you need to be reminded.
If one of the things you like about my country is the availability of low skilled foreign labor, I suggest you are in the moral sense, an enemy alien. My country is more than a good place for you to do business. If that’s all you want, try Macau.”
One sees a lot of this off-hand, disrespectful speech from people who are here after all, on our sufferance. Many are occupying jobs for which American workers were passed over. So they are living high on our hog so to speak. Self-proclaimed illegal aliens actually protest in our streets and appear in our legislative chambers. No one raises a hand to arrest them. And most shamefully, President Obama sat with them in our White House.
Why is our national sovereignty such a joke? Why are our laws not enforced?
The President, emerging from the wreckage of his catastrophic health care failure, is pressing for something he calls “Comprehensive Immigration Reform.” His approval rating is in the thirties but he still feels licensed to foist another one of his destructive schemes on us. Well, you have to credit his nerve. Never the less, comprehensive immigration reform is not dead in DC. The reason for this also explains the lack of shame exhibited by many infiltrators in our midst.
There is no pro-sovereignty party in our country. The European American majority has only an infinitesimal lobby in the counsels of power, and the Republican Party is not among them. This is sad because up until now, these same people voted for the Republican Party in the naive belief that that party stood for them. In truth it’s the opposite.
The GOP as it now stands, is the Donor Party; the party of the big contributors. These big contributors are more interested in cheap foreign labor than in the hopes of the poor trusting fools who keep voting the GOP into office. The reward for supporting the donor party in the past was Free Trade, which is anything but free or fair and led to an exodus of American manufacturing. So much for all those Reagan Democrats who dreamt that our victory in the Cold War would be a victory for them.
Then the donors and the multi-cultural left made pride on our heritage a thought crime.
The Donor Party allowed both high Third World low skill worker immigration, and the amnesty of millions of Mexican illegals. The result is the millions of illegals and their offspring that we see everywhere. The loyal GOP voters were told that this was a good thing, as their children would find work in the service and hi-tech sectors. The Donors then noticed that the children of their supporters wanted reasonable wages for all their hi-tech skills. So they just started exporting the service jobs overseas while importing low wage tech workers through bogus visa schemes.
So why is Obama still thumping the tub for immigration reform? Because he knows that the GOP Donor Party is just as dismissive of the interests of our majority population as he is.
Just today Speaker Boehner (or is it Crier Boehner?) left the door open to “Common sense, step by step immigration reform.” To the politically uninitiated that means that the donors will get to cherry pick the various provisions they find useful in the Democrat’s population replacement plan. The “Dreamers,” including the nitwits and criminals among them, as well as their parents, will get to stay and compete with all the rest of us for the shrinking number of jobs not yet exported. Agribusiness will get to keep all the Mexicans they need to pick lettuce, while we get to pay for the delivery of their children in our emergency rooms. Gates, Zuckerberg and the rest will import all the B1B’ers the body shops can round up, thus keeping wages low for American Tech workers.
This is what Boehner, and McCain and Rubio and the rest mean by immigration reform. To them, we are just pixels in whatever economic mosaic they find convenient for making money. And like Pixels we are to them, disposable, interchangeable and without individual value.
Unless we pale pixel people demand that we get to say what kind of picture we and our children want to be in, we will be replaced. If we want our children to live in a Western, English-speaking society, based on our constitution, we must make the donor party understand that without us, they cannot get rich. They must either find a way to include us in their plans as a people, or we will defeat them at the ballot box leaving them to the rapacity of the left.
We must resolve to unseat any Republican Congressman or Senator voting for any “Reform” whatsoever. Reform equals amnesty, and amnesty is a rejection of our heritage.
I have taken some heat for stating this case, with the usual charge of “Hatespeech,” etc. I’ve struggled to come up with a way of explaining how our current condition. This is the best I can come up with.
Imagine that you come home to find a stranger sitting in your apartment, drinking your coffee. The stranger shows no sign of leaving or even acknowledging your ownership. You tell him to leave and he replies that he has as much right to be there as you, on account of his universal human rights. Being a very civilized person you call the police. The police arrive and instead of removing the intruder sit down to enjoy your coffee with him. They remind you that you are not at liberty to take matters into your own hands and, their hands are tied by technicalities.
That is where we are.