Business Leaders Tell Lawmakers Not to Forget About Immigration

Julia Preston, New York Times, September 10, 2013

While Congress was preoccupied with Syria on Tuesday, more than 100 businesses, including some of the nation’s largest companies, sent a letter to leaders of the House of Representatives reminding them not to forget about immigration.

The letter—addressed to House Speaker John A. Boehner of Ohio and Representative Nancy Pelosi of California, the minority leader—was signed by 110 human resource executives for technology and communications companies like Motorola Solutions, Verizon and AT&T. It was also signed by leaders from companies that have not been prominent players in the immigration debate up to now, including Procter & Gamble, CVS Caremark Corporation, American Express, Allstate Insurance, The Coca-Cola Company, Johnson & Johnson, American Airlines, 21st Century Fox and The Walt Disney Company.

They called on the House to “enact legislation to fix the broken immigration system and work with the Senate to ensure that a bill is signed by the president this year.”

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The companies said broad changes to the system would be “a long overdue step toward aligning our nation’s immigration policies with its work force needs at all skill levels to ensure U.S. global competitiveness.” While the companies said a comprehensive bill passed by the Senate in June is “not a perfect measure,” they said they support many ideas in that bill to bring in high-skilled foreign workers. They also called for new visa programs for lower-skilled workers and “a path to legal status” for immigrants in the country illegally.

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The executives signed the letter by name, a variation from many business letters on the thorny issue of immigration, which are signed by companies but not individual corporate leaders.

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Making the same point, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday re-issued a letter from late July that was signed by more than 450 companies and business groups. “Failure to act is not an option,” that letter said. It was posted in an advertisement on the Politico Web site telling Congress to “enact immigration reform now.”

[Editor’s Note: Neil Munro of the Daily Caller notes that several signatories have recently laid off thousands of workers.]

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  • Which is why we can’t claim victory yet.

    But it was very nice of them to sign this letter. The actual text of the letter is a page and a quarter; the remainder, the rest of that page and six more, is a list of the signatories/traitors.

    I’ve heard the excuse that these companies had to lay off the (white) American workers they have recently because of ObamaCare. Except that’s a canard; all of them can afford the mandates because they’re big profitable companies. They’re laying off because they think they can get cheaper labor elsewhere. And just because a given firm listed here doesn’t seem to benefit directly from cheaper low skilled or high skilled labor that the Gang Bangers of Eight bill would bring us, it doesn’t mean they won’t benefit. Mass immigration lowers the wage and salary scale economy-wide, not just in the industries it directly affects.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      More to the point, these greedy corporations and their top management will regret selling out white Americans once the U.S. becomes dominated by non-whites. On the one hand, lawlessness will mean constant attacks against their facilities, and their senior management will be prime targets for both vengeful whites and hostile non-whites who seek to take over everything in the nation as their own. In other words, they are killing the goose that lays their golden eggs.

      • You’re assuming that the typical corporate munchkin thinks ahead that far or has personal fiduciary interest in his or her company that far into the future. Average tenure for a CEO of larger publicly traded firms these days is about 8 years.

        • White Mom in WDC

          And then after his right years is up, the corporate munchkin will jump into his private airplane and fly off with his millions to a foreign land while the rest of us regular white bread people are stuck here in the muck of the mud people. This highlights why it is so important that whites ban together to start our own homeland. All white and no corporate and/or government goon race traitors.

          • T_Losan

            But when a guy tries to start a white community in some small town in North Dakota no one ever heard of, it ends up on the front page of the NYT: New Neighbor’s Agenda: White Power Takeover. (actual title)

          • White Mom in WDC

            Crazy isn’t it? A regular white guy just wants a place to be around regular white people in am obscure cold place like North Dakota and that’s a problem, but it is okay for the rich to isolate themselves from the poor. The roles are always different for those who have money

          • William Krapek

            No, no homeland or succession. Then ‘the tribe’ will have gotten the division it wanted to play both ends against the middle for its own benefit. We take back what’s ours and lay down the smack on resisters.

            I see a lot of that talk in Britain and France, too.

            No. Way.

    • borogirl54

      I think that Obamacare is going to lead to more jobs being sent overseas. Since these companies can pay low wages without having to provide medical benefits. Verizon provides good pay and benefits. I worked for them for nine years.

      • me

        Verizon is a horrible NSA shill corporation.

      • ShermanTMcCoy

        True, but I don’t think it’ll make a large difference. “American” corporations are bound and determined to divest themselves of American workers no matter what.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      I agree. It’s good that these traitors have put their anti-American positions in writing. Remarkable, in fact; a battalion of sociopathic traitors. Astonishing.

      The American unemployed number just poked through 90 million–and we get this? Can’t wrap my brain around it. But, I saved a copy for future reference.

  • kjh64

    “The companies said broad changes to the system would be “a long overdue step toward aligning our nation’s immigration policies with its work force needs at all skill levels to ensure U.S. global competitiveness.””

    No, what they really mean is that we want to flood America with cheap foreign labor so we can drive down wages and fill our pockets.

    • me

      Yup. They should just state the truth. Traitors!

  • Claudius_II

    From experience I can say that salaries in the scientific field are really low in the US. I’ve a Master’s in Chemical Engineering, undergrad in Chemistry and worked for a guy who won the Nobel Award in Chemistry. I can say that companies are simply not interested in American scientists/ engineers. I get work by working contract at really cheap prices.

    Some posters have said that if a scientist /engineer was competent then he/she wouldn’t have to worry. However the issue is that with these cheap STEM workers, companies have complete control over them and can pay really low salaries.

    I think this is the real reason that US students are not going into the sciences. Why kill yourself, work like a dog thru college, grad school, and post-grad research work only to find that maybe you can get one job offer at 40K /year to start? After 20 years at that level there is no chance of promotion and only obsolescence. You will max out at the 50K salary level.

    In this county they are killing all careers except working at McDonald’s or other low skilled jobs. Unlike unionized basically everything, there is no protection for employees in the science fields.

    • The lobbyists who pushed for and the Congressional staffers who wrote the original H-xB legislation back in 1990 admitted point blank that the purpose of H-xB is to “keep salaries down” for those who hold advanced degrees in STEM fields.

      • Rick Brooks

        Yup, and who was the president back in 1990? Oh wait, now I remember. It was some Republican by the name of Bush.

        • Sure, something to think about before we go and make a third one of that brood the President.

        • Stan D Mute

          What’s your point?

    • T_Losan

      Formerly secure careers such as medicine, aviation, and law are no longer safe havens either. Its a cliche, but it bears repeating: society is tending towards the very rich and the just getting by.

      • JohnEngelman

        The Republican solution to that is more tax cuts for the rich.

        • Stan D Mute

          What’s your point? Do you see a lot of Repugnantcon defenders here? This isn’t the comment section of Huffington Post or National Review genius.

    • Bossman

      Americans need to become very creative. Automation, Asia and Abundance are making it difficult for the working man. Any thing that you can do, a million Asians can do it cheaper and in real time.

    • Junis

      Until recently people of European descent loved the ‘War on Terror’ and 100% Capitalism. Not least because they thought it would benefit them at the expense of non-whites whom they dislike. However, it is now biting them in the foot and should serve them right. What goes around, comes around.

  • John R

    Confirms what I have been telling people all along: The Democrats only care about the special interests and the minorities; the Republicans only care about the rich and the corporations. Both groups, for their own reasons, don’t really want to control the border. Some people call the Republicans “cowards” on immigration. I wish that were the case. Note the behavior they displayed when Obama wanted to repeal the Bush era tax cuts! Boy! They sure got mad at him for that! Even threatening to shut down the whole Federal Government-not wanting to give an inch! But immigration? They are suddenly silent, and say “oh gee, we don’t know what to do.” Same with other issues dear to most ordinary White Americans like us. No, it’s not cowardice. They just don’t care.

    • Fighting_Northern_Spirit

      The Dems are even more pro-corporate than the GOP, and have been at least since Clinton’s time. They make a show of regulation and unionism, but regulation must be understood as a battle between corporate interests, with only a pretense of consumer, worker or environmental protection. Likewise unions dance to the tune of the owners, or in the case of public employee unions, are slush funds for the Dems. Both merely provide a veneer of fake populism. The GOP at least cares, in a minimal sense, about small businesses.

      • Stan D Mute

        In what “minimal sense” does the GOP care about ANY white owned business? Can you name even one GOP politician who asserts a business owners’s right to choose whom to serve, whom to allow to enter his business, whom to employ, or any other fundamental act of FREE enterprise?

        • Fighting_Northern_Spirit

          I said nothing about White owned businesses. The GOP cares about small business in a minimal sense – in regards to regulation and taxation, for example. Look at all the regulations from which small businesses with fewer than 50 employees are exempt, Obamacare being a good example. The Dems OTOH would be perfectly happy granting the largest businesses total monopolies.

  • “Business Leaders”.

    I want their names and home addresses.

    • me

      That’s what will happen if these pigs keep up their evil. It will be worse than the French Revolution if they keep destroying the country and the European Americans. I shudder to think of what it’s going to be like in fifty years….

  • T_Losan

    The self-righteous ads in vogue nowadays that showcase all the good things that multinationals are doing for the environment/”the community” come to mind. This proves that Corporate Social Responsibility has always been a sham, a cynical farce grudgingly acted out to make the companies appear to have ethics.

    But who is to blame, the greedy CEO, or the general public who demand that cherry tomatoes cost 89 cents a box and that companies pay dividends year in and year out by any means necessary? Is it the person in power’s fault or the people that put him there in the first place?

  • Spartacus

    No surprise here. Capitalism is as much an enemy of our race as communism, for every ideology that does not put the interests of the Race and it’s Nations above all else must be destroyed .

    • Evette Coutier

      Capitalism is not the issue. The issue is many business leaders have no ethnic pride. Any system can go wrong if run by people without a proper racial understanding and loyalty. These people often don’t even have kids of their own. Their loyalty is not genetic or culturally based. The greatest systems in the world all fail when run by Bantus. It’s not the systems. It is the people running our systems.

      • Fighting_Northern_Spirit

        I agree. I’m slightly related to a Congressman from California named Ken Calvert (his brother is married to my relative). Although I don’t agree with everything he does, I’ve observed him and his family from a closer vantage point than is available to most people. His father was mayor of Corona California in the ’60s and ’70s, invested in real estate and worked in the restaurant trade. Ken made his fortune in real estate development. By any measure, the whole family would gain immensely from the Mexican invasion – from workers to tenants/buyers – and if capitalism were the main problem then logically they should be doing everything in their power to open the borders. Yet as a Congressman Ken was instrumental in developing and implementing E-Verify, and gets an A+ rating from NumbersUSA.
        .
        I doubt that he or his family are race realists, but certainly they have put the interests of the nation ahead of their own while still doing very well for themselves. Although this personal anecdote is probably the exception now rather than the rule, I think the craven anti-White anti-American attitudes of the business and wealthy elites now in vogue probably owe more to Marxist brainwashing in academia than anything else.

        • William Krapek

          Wow. That is an interesting bit. I’m glad to see there are people who actually love their country.

      • NorthSea

        They’re loyal to the color green and their children probably go to school in Switzerland.

    • bilderbuster

      I believe there was a country in Europe in the 1930s that did that & was quite successful in a very short time until their enemies ignited the world to war against them.

  • E_Pluribus_Pluribus

    Should the GOP feed or curb businesses’ appetite for cheap foreign workers? One group which will be affected by “immigration reform,” should it come to pass is America’s teens, whose future prospects Washington has already made dismal:

    “This is a Great Depression for teens, and no time in history have we encountered anything like that,” said Andrew Sum, director of the Center for Labor Market Studies at Northeastern University in Boston. (“Teen employment hits record lows,” By Kevin G. Hall, McClatchy Washington Bureau, Aug. 29, 2013)

    Why does teen joblessness matter?

    “…a plethora of research shows that teens who work do better in a wide range of social and economic indicators. The plunging teen employment rate is likely to mean trouble for this generation of young workers of all races.

    Michael Gritton, executive director of the Workforce Investment Board: “There are economic returns to those young people because they get a chance to work. Almost every person you ask remembers their first job because they started to learn things from the world of work that they can’t learn in the classroom.”

    • Sick of it

      It’s a Great Depression for recent college graduates as well. Nothing makes the sting of massive loans hurt worse than knowing that you may not EVER be able to obtain gainful employment.

    • GeneticsareDestiny

      As a young American, I can attest to the fact that employment prospects for my age group are absolutely dismal. It doesn’t matter how smart you are or how hard you are willing to work; if you don’t have a family member who can get you a job through nepotism, and you’re not a highly sought minority, your ONLY option will be fast food or related jobs, and that’s IF you’re lucky enough to find a job at all.

      This was why I had no choice but to go to college. I didn’t want to, since I don’t think I’m really college material (I have a white average IQ). But there was nothing out there for me after high school. I couldn’t even get a full-time job in fast food. I also couldn’t get two part time fast food jobs because fast food managers refuse to give you a set schedule that you can work your second job around. You are expected to be available at any time, day or night, to come in to work. They want you to be an on-call worker without paying on-call wages.

      And even though I’m in a STEM major, I’m probably not going to have much better prospects after college than I did before. It’s very depressing.

      • borogirl54

        What about the military? That is an option that provides the GI Bill for college or trade school and VA program that has no down payment required for veterans to purchase homes.

        • GeneticsareDestiny

          I have a medical condition that prevents me from enlisting, otherwise I would join up. You’re right though, about it being an alternative option for young whites who can’t find anything else.

          • me

            NO! Don’t go there! Start your own business, instead.

          • GeneticsareDestiny

            To be completely honest, I am not exactly an entrepreneur. I have no ideas for anything to begin making/selling and no money to invest in building a business.

            For me, it’s not a particularly feasible idea, but for those who are capable of it, that’s wonderful.

          • JohnEngelman

            The vast majority of new businesses go out of business after one or two years. After one or two years of working 12 to 14 hours a day, six or seven days a week the business owner had nothing to show for it but piles of debt.

            Opening a shop or a restaurant in a black neighborhood is dangerous. Even if there is not a riot the business owner or an employee are likely to be robbed at gunpoint, perhaps murdered.

            Do not try to start a business unless you know that there is a demand for what you will be selling. If you cannot fill that demand better than anyone else, or if you cannot fill a demand that no one else is filling, you are probably best off not trying.

        • me

          Wut? You know nothing! The military is for corporations to aggressively seize the assets of another country, or to promote some hidden agenda by the Marxist government. Ask any returning vet that fought in our ‘wars’ recently. Dumb, dumb, dumb! Now, since they’ve allowed for women to be on the front lines, I despise the ‘military’ even more. It’s not your grandfather’s military anymore. Not only that, they LIE about all of the ‘great’ compensations. The vets come back, and are given NOTHING.

  • IKantunderstand

    Liar liar pants on fire. The Chamber of Commerce should burn in hell. We don’t need any immigrants. Legal or illegal. If migrant workers are an absolute necessity, then control and regulate them. How hard could it be? The government does not want to prevent illegal alien criminals from breeching our borders. Nope, they want to rid this country of Whites. Now, there are Indians(dots), Chinese, assorted Arabs and other sickening ugly, stupid coloreds infiltrating our country. Guess they can’t wait until this country is last on the list of happiness, student achievement, etc. Actually, I guess they can’t wait until EVERY formerly White country in the world is tied for the bottom.

    • Rick Brooks

      The Chamberpot of Commerce.

  • Romulus

    Greed and the anti-discrimination laws upheld by scotus prevents businesses from looking to their own backyard and keeps them looking at their wallets.

  • Sick of it

    These same companies have been laying off American workers by the tens of thousands.

  • Sick of it

    I’ve run into the same situation, as have friends of mine. They don’t want American professionals these days, unless they belong to certain ethnic groups.

  • Sick of it

    We had laws preventing corporations from doing a lot of the things they do today in early America. We had more protectionism as well.

    • William Krapek

      Oh yeah. Protectionism and strong corporate leashes. Time to go back to that.

  • Diversity Awareness Brigade

    Whatever makes America less White is good for business?

    Don’t these rich folks have beautiful White daughters and want only beautiful White grandchildren?

    We must enforce the same Diversity into their bedrooms that they enforce into our neighborhoods.

  • libertarian1234

    It’s the greed of these corporate money-grabbers that is responsible to a significant degree for the sad state of affairs of this country right now.

    What disgusts me so much is that the government wants more warm bodies to crowd into this country as tax units, while the private greed-mongers want them as consumers, and neither faction has enough sense to understand that an increasing population and economic growth are not something to strive for. They amount to preconditions for a disaster in the making.

    Adjustments to a capitalist society’s economic basis can be made in order to compensate for a growing population of retirees and less workers without relying constantly on growth.

    But if that were to occur the government would have to live within its budget and the big money freaks in the private sector would have to quit trying to increase their wealth beyond unreasonable levels.

    I’m beginning to think a 75% tax on celebrities/sports figures and George Soros types isn’t such a bad idea after all.

    And these same corporations who want an alien invasion of low paid workers need to have all tax loop holes closed with an initial tax coming from their gross before any deductions are made.

  • Evette Coutier

    It’s easy to blame them but they are just reacting to reality. We allow the Chinese to manipulate their currency so their prices remain artificially low. We pass laws that encourage businesses to leave America. We tax and regulate businesses to death. We allow big business to buy off politicians so they can pass laws that give such market advantage to their friends that others cannot compete. I was considering doing another business start up. Now, not for all the tea in China. I have to risk a ton of money with high taxes, Obamacare, regulations and governmental red tape beyond belief, and for a slim chance to make any profit. 4 out of 5 businesses go broke in the first 5 years. As a small business owner in America, I have to work 70 hours a week, risk a lot of money, for an 80% chance to lose it all. And even if you don’t go broke, given the economy, you may still find yourself working for less than minimum wage.

    • me

      Who is this ‘we’ that you speak of? When I last looked, ‘we, the people’–especially European Americans–have no say in Amerika.

      • Evette Coutier

        We collectively America. I don’t want to be argumentative. But I do want to be honest. I believe you are mistaken when you say European Americans have no say. In fact we have all the say in American. Whites are the majority, and if whites had votes against Obama, he would not be president. Whites have in fact held the majority of the vote in America since the beginning. Whites control the majority of Congress, the Supreme Court, State Governors, State House and Senates, mayors, city and county boards, and even school boards. The majority of both the republican and democratic party are whites. The majority of C-level executives in businesses are white. The majority of college professors, administrators, and schools teachers are white. The majority of Federal and local judges are white, How is it that we (meaning collectively white people in general) are not responsible?

        • NorthSea

          Perhaps they’re the wrong kind of whites, though.

          • Evette Coutier

            At times I may seem harsh, bit I am a firm believer in honesty among friends, and of personal responsibility. One of my biggest concerns about blacks is their unwillingness to take responsibility for their actions. The blame everyone for their mistakes. The truth is the people here at amren feel exactly this way too. The people here do take personal responsibility, and if folks like us ran the nation, we would not be in the mess we are in. But I am not willing to let whites off for their mistakes. Being white, at least in my book, gives the less leeway for repeating the s a me mistakes repeatedly. They are smart enough to know better and learn from their errors. That understanding leads to only two possibilities. First, our white friends who promote blacks over whites are either racial degenerates, or they are moral perverts. Jews are an example of this. I’ve been around many Jews, and publicly the preach that everyone else are racist bigots, and the equality of blacks. In private the Jews see blacks as easily duped dummies. This is a moral perversion to me. The Jewish voting block supports candidates that are pro black to the exclusion of whites. They know blacks are intellectually inferior, and yet continue this behavior. I am not and will not give them a pass because they are white.

        • me

          “We” don’t have the power of voting. “We” have the electoral college, voter fraud, corporate bribes, and other sundry blockades to being able to vote and have it count for something. The ‘new’ Black Panthers and other ‘minority’ voters are shipped into the voting areas, and vote three and four times–even the Squat Monsters, that are INVADERS and not citizens, get to vote in “our” elections. Along with people that are residing in the graveyard. Add on to this the Diebold voting machine scandal, and you’ve got a picture of how much our ‘vote’ counts. Back in 2000, GW Bush was handed the Presidency on a silver platter, courtesy of the state of Florida and Jeb Bush. In 2004, the same thing happened in Ohio–this time the Supreme Court gave Bush the Presidency. Fast forward to 2008, and you have a gag order on voter fraud–by the government and the msm, who all but worship Obummer. Ditto in 2008, where the voting margin between Obummer and Romney Puppet was less than 3%. Not to mention the fact that we have two political parties that dominate American politics–which are identical in corruption and globalist ambitions, and niether have any concern whatsoever for the citizens of this country. What the hell are you talking about? “White” people have been stripped of all “White privilege” in their own country since the 1970s, and it’s getting worse.

          • Evette Coutier

            Sorry friend, we did it to ourselves. I don’t like it, I wish it were not true, but until we recognize that we are responsible, we will find it to easy to blame others for our failures. We became so kind that we were willing to give it away, or look the other way when it happened. We moved out of our neighborhoods instead of dealing with the problems. We elected leaders who passed laws against our interests, and we said, “I just want to watch my tv.” I’d say that’s all in the past and nothing to worry about, we made some mistakes, but live and learn, if we were on the right track as a nation. Now is the time, however, to learn from past errors,c and to make things right.

  • me

    Nope. The whole world is going to be a third world hellhole by the time the Marxists and mammon-worshiping corporate zombies are done with it. Watch ‘Land Of The Dead’. This is the future, but with ‘minorities’ instead of zombies.

    • JohnEngelman

      Are corporate executives Marxists? I never would have guessed.

      • Xerxes22

        No. He said they were two seperate groups, but they work together for a common objective, like the 1939 Nazi-Soviet pact. We are Poland, the turkey that is to be carved up between the two.

    • bilderbuster

      Minorities/Zombies.
      Tomato/Tomato.

  • me

    That’s why we need our own country, by and for European Americans–you know, like the FORMER USA.

    • Wethepeople

      One Realm, One Ruler, One Race.

      • JohnEngelman

        Where have I heard that before?

    • jackryanvb

      There is a movement to break away parts of the Pacific Northwest in to a White republic.

      Google www dot Northwestfront dot org

  • JohnEngelman

    Since the Republican Party was formed in 1854 it has been dominated by the business community.

    Since the Democratic Party made fundamental mistakes on racial issues during the 1960’s and 1970’s the Republican Party has been the party of the white majority, of all income levels.

    Nevertheless, the Republican Party is still the party for the business community. It exists to advance the economic interests of the richest ten percent of the American people. During a stagnant economy it can only make the rich richer by impoverishing America’s middle and working classes.

    • you wrote:

      “Since the Democratic Party made fundamental mistakes on racial issues
      during the 1960’s and 1970’s the Republican Party has been the party of
      the white majority, of all income levels.”

      It was not a ‘fundamental mistake.’ It was a process, and a deliberate process.

      The culture of the democratic party and american leftism itself was changed by the use of plutocrat money via nonprofit foundations.

      This change is the most important thing that happened to america in the last 100 years.

      A fellow named Bissell gave away the plan decades ago, talking about how the USA and the large nonprofit foundations subverted american leftism and changed its culture from one based on economic populism towards one based on identity politics. Bissell said that after WW2 the american govt/foundations diverted overseas leftism in nations like greece towards less harmful pursuits. Less harmful meaning of course less harmful to big money like the plutocrats and the upper class that funded and ran the foundations.

      They then did the same thing here in the USA that they did overseas. They funded leftist academics, activists and writers that were focused on identity politics instead of economic populism.

      This all snowballed over the decades as a result of the money poured into it by the nonprofit foundations like the ford, getty, and rockefeller foundations, As a result we now have a leftism in america that hates whites and idolizes nonwhites.

      For more on this, read the online review by dr petra of the book CIA AND THE CULTURAL COLD WAR.

      • also read the book by dr roelofs called FOUNDATIONS, PUBLIC POLICY AND THE MASK OF PLURALISM

      • JohnEngelman

        The civil rights legislation and the war on poverty were well intended. They were based on the assumptions that there are no innate differences between the races, and that the poor are the same as everyone else, only less fortunate.

        Those assumptions were mistaken, but good and caring people believed them.

        That was then. This is now. There is no reason to continue to act on the basis of assumptions that have been disproved.

        In his essay, “The Inequality Taboo” Charles Murray wrote, “specific policies based on premises that conflict with scientific truths about human beings tend not to work. Often they do harm.”

        • NorthSea

          Also involved in these pieces of legislation may well be the mendacity of politicians passing them in the soulless pursuit of votes, e.g. LBJ

          • JohnEngelman

            After signing the Civil Rights Act of 1964 President Johnson told Bill Moyers, “”We have lost the South for a generation.”

          • NorthSea

            Allegedly, after he signed the Voting Rights Act, he said he’d “have those n—–s voting Democratic for the next 200 years.” I don’t know if that’s true, but it sounds like him.

        • you wrote:
          “The civil rights legislation and the war on poverty were well
          intended. ”
          =======
          my reply:
          of COURSE they were well intended–BY THE PEOPLE TAKING THE ACTIONS. But that truth does not negate the idea I put forth: that good people, educated, hardworking people, act in ways that were instilled into them as youth. They act and behave because these principles instilled in them as youth tell them “This is how you have to act in order to be a good person.”

          Culture. Mores. Norms. These are the sociological principles of which I speak.

          Now, onto the next part: WHO created these norms, this cultures, these mores? The rich did. They did that through the use of their money spent via nonprofit foundations. These vast monies spent 100 or so changed, molded, shaped the culture of academia, of the educational curriculum.
          These vast monies spent many decades ago shaped american culture, the culture of the educated america, to create norms, morals, mores, that told these impressionable youngsters that in order to be a good person you have to be non-racist.

          Over the decades these racialist egalitarian principles spread everywhere into america.

          WHY did the rich and powerful do this? For money. First, racial integration increases the supply of labor faster than it increases the demand for labor. This decreases wages and thus increases profit.

          This cold equation is the quantitative heart of fakeLeftism.
          See Dr Roelofs book cited above.

          More below….

          • second, racial integration is a furtherance of the old divide et impera tactic that was actually the foundation of the creation of the federal american union by the so-called ‘founding fathers.’

            The so-called father of the constitution, madison, wrote in a letter to jefferson that ‘divide et impera’ is how america should be ruled.

            Madison went on to explain his ideas in more details in the federalist papers and his secret notes to the constitutional convention.

            I summarize and paraphrase madison and other founding fathers here:

            The articles of conferation created an “excess of democracy” (Elbridge Gerry) and so they had to be done away with. The replacement (the constitution) would create a govt that would preserve wealth inequality by creating factions through enlarged voting districts (madison). The more factions created in each district, the less unity among the electorate, and the harder it would be for the majority to unite and discover its common interest (madison). Thus, this new federal govt would “protect the minority of the opulent against the majority” (madison).

            Faction creation is the tool of the elite.

            How well did the civil rights act create factions?

            Now you know why the rich and powerful love multiculti and civil rights. It protects them by factionalizing the populace, and thereby weakening unity. Thus weakened, the populace is less able to control the govt.

            That was madison’s aim 200+ years ago.

            And the elite are still at it.

          • for more on these ideas see dr fresia’s online book TOWARD AN AMERICAN REVOLUTION and Dr Woody Holton’s book UNRULY AMERICANS.

            The books I have cited in this thread do not put forth exactly the same ideas I have put forth here, but they provide much of the source material and background. My ideas are a synthesis of many ideas and facts.

    • Martel

      The democrats ensure everyone has less jobs and less money. There is no democratic program which raises anyone’s income except artificially. There is no such thing as wealth redistribution.

  • JohnEngelman

    I have a university degree, specialized training, and twenty years of experience as a computer programmer. When I applied for a three month contract position paying $30 an hour, with no benefits, I was told I was competing with someone who lived in Katmandu, Nepal.

    When I was asked why I had been unemployed for so long, I answered, “That’s why.”

    • Martel

      So you wish to import Chinese immigrants, who will compete with whites, and as they are on average more intelligent then whites,they have an unfair advantage. Plenty of whites will be unemployed for “so long” due to the likes of you.

      • JohnEngelman

        I like Orientals. At the same time I realize that immigration is a major reason for the growing income gap. Therefore I am in favor of locating and deporting illegal immigrants. I am also in favor of reducing legal immigration. I am opposed to H1B Visas.

        • Claudius_II

          I too like Orientals but I agree completely that that is no reason to gut our economy to hire H1B visa holders. Tho it has been said that foreign engineers can work more cheaply, there is “a communication inefficiency” in that they’re working on a different time zone, have a different way of doing technical work, or simply have lower security precautions protecting US data. These factors can make paying an american engineer/ scientist more effective even at a higher salary. However many of these advantages are erased or diminished once the STEM workers are brought into this country.

          If it was simply an issue of globalization: I believe that we could be competitive in business and in technology. However the invading Hunnic Hoards of foreign workers within our borders is demolishing our own scientific capability.

        • Martel

          Plenty of Orientals don’t like you, and the more that arrive, the more the majority of them will be loyal to the Asian community alone, including the nations they hail from.

          Multi-ethnic societies will never work. Even amongst Asians this is currently visible, the majority votes against white interests. You are probably too old to have ever seen anti-white attitudes amongst Asians, like most babyboomers who are still living the dream.

    • Bossman

      I’m betting that the guy from from Katmandu could do the same thing for $15 an hour and he could do it in real time without moving to the USA. That is what globalism is all about.

  • proudwhitegirl

    Lack of highly-skilled workers is code for we can hire asians and Indians for much less than a white engineer or programmer. Lack of low-skilled workers means, we still haven’t driven wages low enough and destroyed the white middle and working classes, so please glut the market with more worthless muds. Heartwarming, isn’t it?

  • I keep telling you guys but no one listens–mass immigration is all about money.

    By the same token, race based civil rights laws, affirmative action, political correctness, etc are also part of the same race-based strategy by the corporations to get more cheap labor into the workforce and thereby increase corporate profits.

    Diversity is strength….right? You read and hear that from the top of society. Millionaire talking heads tell you that on TV, right?

    The rich spokespeople for the corporations push multiculti down your throat, right?

    Why?

    M….O….N…..E…Y.

    • JohnEngelman

      Corporations benefit from high rates of immigration. They do not benefit from affirmative action policies that pressure them to hire less qualified blacks.

      Corporations often pay lip service to affirmative action, but they seldom practice it to any extent.

      Affirmative action is mainly a factor in university admissions and government employment.

      • I disagree with everything you said.

        First off, how would the corporations manage to get the cheap nonwhite labor, immigrant or not, into the workplace at all if it were not for the regime of “civil rights laws” shoved down our throats by the unelected federal judges?

        The most important part of the civil rights regime is the legal concept of “disparate impact.”

        Research it.

        I did when I was in law school….

        • JohnEngelman

          It is in the interest of corporations to hire the best employees at the lowest wages regardless of race. It is not in the interest of corporations to hire less qualified blacks and Hispanics instead of better qualified whites and Orientals who are willing to work for the same wages.

    • jackryanvb

      But our people can not effectively fight bad “corporations”. We have to make the enemy personal, name names, same as we did with Communists in the 1950s.

      Sheldon Adelson the union breaking shyster Vegas casino owner is one leading bad guy.

      So is Donnie Smith CEO of Tyson Foods who’s flooding Middle Tennessee with minimum wage Somalian Muslim workers.

      Our side has to make things personal – personal enemies and personal heroes.

      Our side likes to make excuses that large, impersonal forces control EVERYtHING and nothing can really be done to oppose these forces accept to pray and wait for Jesus, or elected some 80 year old patriot President of the United States.

      • Two of the companies listed as signatories in that letter are from St. Louis. I’m working on some naming and shaming ideas.

  • emiledurk16

    Dear Business Leaders,

    Thank you for your letter exhorting the “enacting of
    legislation designed to fix our broken immigration system.”

    Please be assured you have found a receptive ear and
    initiatives to “fix this system” are being undertaken at the time of this
    writing.

    One such initiative is the immediate deportation of all
    illegals dwelling within our boarders. Children of illegals who have been the
    recipients of the “anchor baby” rule will also be expatriated.

    An airtight border guarded by electrified barbed wire fences
    will also be protected by trained military guards with “shoot-to-kill”
    protocol.

    All Third World immigration will cease in furtherance of a “pathway to citizenship” for the peoples of European descent seeking to assimilate to what’s left of our society.

    Ellis Island will be reinstated as the only entry port of
    those seeking citizenship, and an unrelenting desire for work and education
    will be the main requisite; with deportation being the result of
    non-compliance.

    We acknowledge your petition to “enact immigration reform
    now,” and appreciate your enthusiasm in joining us in this most urgent
    endeavor.

    Sincerely,

    EmileDurk16

  • Claudius_II

    The problem is bigger actually than just disgruntled American scientists wanting a bigger paycheck or even the lack of bright kids going into the sciences as they percieve that they can make a better living in law, finance, or business.

    America’s nitch depends on technology which from WW-2 on was seen as the way to influence countries and win wars. While we’re training lawyers, China is training scientists. What if some day the Chinese found a way to counter our extended influence brought about by our Navy. Suppose for example they developed a high energy particle beam which could target an aircraft carrier at a range of 10,000 miles? Japan, Australia, and the rest of the Far East would instantly align with Chinese global interests.

    Russia caved on the SALT treaties when Regan threatened to deploy the Star Wars anti-missle defense. Although 99% of the popular press derided this as impossible, it has been written that only 2 people needed to believe this thing would work: Regan & the Soviet Union. They believed that we would be able to deploy Star Wars or SDI due to our scientific pre-eminence.

    Relying on WW-2 era aircraft carriers and imported cheap Indian & Chinese scientists to maintain our freedom seems like we’re following the 16th century Spanish Empire in decision making.

  • Stan D Mute

    Where in the world do you get the idea the US has a “100% free market”? Businesses are forced by government to provide certain services to certain people in certain places using certain methods and performed by certain people. Absolutely every aspect of a business is micromanaged by government.

    • NorthSea

      And vice versa, especially the military.

  • jackryanvb

    We’re calling attention to Tyson Foods importation of low wage Somaliam Muslim workers in Tyson Foods’ Tennessee meat processing plants. It’s not just Left wing Marxists and White hating members of the tribe like Tim Wise, rich, selfish corporate executives at companies like Tyson Foods are constantly working to flood our communities with minimum wage slaves from nasty third world countries like Somalia. So, get active opposing bad corporations like Tyson Foods. Do the research, identify real, individual bad guys, rich, selfish, racial traitorous bad guys.

    • emiledurk16

      Jack, Thanks for bringing attention to this.
      It is my bet that there must be thousands of Tennesseans looking for work who could fill these positions even at minimum wage.
      Although regrettably not from the south, it troubles me to no end to see my brothers and countrymen from the south displaced by Somalian immigrants.
      The wrong side won the war and I’ll never buy a Tyson product again in my years.

  • Economic nationalism is a crucial pillar to the future white American ethnonationalist movement.

    No cigar muncher on the top floor of a skyscraper had to call in marching orders to Rush Limbaugh or any lamestream conservative to be for free trade. They believe it as a matter of philosophy.

  • Earl Turner

    Reply to Corporatist Amurrica:

    Your time is coming. Traitors will not be forgotten nor will their wealth shield them from the wrath of those they have betrayed.

  • NorthSea

    As I’ve posted before, the biggest enemy of whites is whites.

  • David Ashton

    The short-term advantage to some capitalists of imported cheap labor and the supposedly lower prices passed on to the consumer are offset by the costs extruded onto the taxpayer of the social, cultura, legal, political and other economic disadvantages short-term and long-term.

  • GeneticsareDestiny

    That would be a good idea, if I were a white guy. But I’m a white woman. Our brains simply aren’t wired to understand the things needed to become an electrician or a mechanic.

    Luckily for me, I qualified for a lot of grants for college, so I’m really not having to take out too many loans. If I hadn’t, I would have gone to a trade school and learned something women generally are capable of, like being an LPN or something.

  • jackryanvb

    Please work to make this personal “out” wealthy immigration traitors – name them, find out where they live and play. Cheap labor immigration traitors must pay a personal price for their treason.

    No pain, no gain.

    • We don’t need to out them, they outed themselves in this letter. It’s the next best thing to them putting “Traitor On Board” yellow sings in the back of their cars.

      • jackryanvb

        We need to do the hard work of putting those “traitor on board” signs on their cars, have their neighbors, family disown them.

  • William Krapek

    I 100% disagree. After a while our defense mechanism is going to kick in, and when that does I’ll take 10 blacks/Muslims/Mexicans for any single white man.

    We already see that mechanism asserting itself in Russia and Continental Europe.

    I think this blowback from Obama’s failed Syria campaign is very gratifying. Although the tribe-that-shall-not-be-named still insists on carrying out its bloodthirsty campaign of genocide against Syria’s Christians, for now it’s been set back on its haunches.

    And as soon as we start actively defending ourselves against those-that-shall-not-be-named, we’ll start actively defend ourselves against everybody else. For I am convinced that our refusal to defend ourselves against the former is the “original sin.” Once we went down that road our doom was assured.

    This continent was a thousand times more savage when we found it. We can do this.

  • Terra Magnum Imperium

    They would move to Israel, it’s already the worlds largest gated community…

  • Why? Because most larger publicly traded corporations’ stock are owned by mutual funds who want steady constant rapid growth and vote for CEOs and other high level executives who will bring steady constant rapid growth. And why is that? Because we have come to worship the flea market in long-ago issued shares of common stock known as DJIA, NASDAQ, etc. Why do you think quantitative easing hasn’t been stopped yet? Why do you think it was even started?

  • GeneticsareDestiny

    Hi! I’ve read a lot of your comments too, and it’s really nice seeing that there’s other young white women out there who hold my opinions on racial issues.

    I would characterize my IQ as being close to average overall, or perhaps a bit above average, but like you, my SAT scores skewed heavily towards the verbal end. I scored 730 on the verbal section but only 540 on the math section.

    I would also probably be doing a lot better in a major like English or history than I am in my current major, biology, and while I am genuinely interested in science, it gets tedious pretty quickly for me, especially when we have to use math (such as in my chemistry classes). I find I much prefer to read about the scientific discoveries others make than perform my own scientific experiments.

    Thank you for your favorable impressions of me! I have always loved to read, which is where I picked up a large portion of my total vocabulary. I would love to be an editor, actually; it plays completely towards my strengths. I too wish that verbal intelligence had a clearer path towards economic prosperity.

    I considered going to law school, but after doing some research on it, it sounded like it was pretty pointless unless you get into an elite institution, and I didn’t want to spend tons of money going to a regular law school only to end up unable to find a job outside of being a public defender making $30,000/year (though that’s actually starting to sound decent compared to my other prospects).

  • Zaporizhian Sich

    He’s got a point Borogirl54. Worse yet, do you want whites firing on other whites at the order of Jews and other hostile racial and religious aliens? It will come to that if whites continue to join the military. Without us, it will be nowhere near the threat it is to the white race globally. Between being used as expendable cannon fodder for which there will be NO help with injuries and debilities on the one side, and treated like a terrorist on the other side while non-whites continue to steal our homelands from us is reason enough to refuse to join the military. It will be used to ensure our extermination.

  • GeneticsareDestiny

    Ooh, you scored 670 in math? That’s very impressive (at least to me). I might have been able to do a bit better if I’d studied prior to taking the test, but I don’t think I could ever score above 600 on the math section.

    I hope you can find a good job with your economics degree. It does seem to garner more respect than a psychology or sociology degree.

    I hate the idea of being a useless white female lawyer too, haha. There’s so many of them, and they seem extremely liberal and feminist to me. It would be so irritating to deal with them on a daily basis, and to be mistaken for one of them.

    I agree about the IQ of your average English major. A lot of them don’t seem to have any real verbal skills at all and constantly use poor grammar. I would have loved majoring in English, so I wish they wouldn’t flood the major and lower the value of an English degree.

    I’ve thought about how different my life would be if I were black, but had the same IQ. We’d definitely qualify for an elite school with our SAT scores and could easily go on to a cushy government job making $80,000/year.

    I feel really bad for whites with lower IQs than mine. They have to deal with the massive amounts of anti-white bias in our government and society today, but they don’t have the IQ necessary to overcome the effect of minorities getting preference over them in jobs. (I might not even be smart enough to overcome that, come to think of it…)