The Question Of Illegal Immigration America
The question becomes. What are the true unemployment statistics in the USA? Hopefully, I can come up with an answer. In August of 2014, according to Louis Efron, a contributing Writer for Forbes Magazine, it was widely reported by federal agencies (for example, The U.S. Bureau For Labor Statistics – BLS) that the figure for the unemployed was 6.2% – 08/20/2014, while the true number was reported at 12.6%. About 9 months prior to this rate Barbara Boland, wrote a piece for CNS News that placed the government rate at 7.3%, and the true figures at 13.8%. Both Researchers used information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to indicate the marginalized real rates for a true number of those unemployed. So, What is the true unemployment figure? The government officially reported the unemployment figure at 5.5%, while the true figure is currently 10.6% as of April 2015 (I have encountered the arguments of those who suggests those figures can be inflated to be as high as 17%). It is this 10.6% figure that takes into account those whom are unemployed, due to government institutions regarding them as not being considered for individuals actively seeking work. Such persons are perceived as potential workers who dropped out of the labor force under the self-professed belief that an overwhelming labor shortage exist that lacks the functionality to accommodate their integration into the labor market.
As a domestic born and bred American citizen, I could still recollect the days in my later teens, and early twenties, when businesses trained entry level workers, and/or interns to elevate their assets to perform their duties at a certain skill level. During the early 1980’s, I witnessed a series of machinations invented involving various robotic technologies meant, and installed into American industries to de-skill the work force which gradually ruined the previous ease that workers found at finding employment. It was a revolution of technocrats that hurt the integration of job seekers into the career centers of America’s northern cities: One example would be the miniscule amount of bank tellers as operatives as replaced by the permeation of ATM machines instead. Take those ATM machines for example, some business leaders argue that outsourcing work to foreign enterprises to be manufactured at a cheaper rate will help the American job market in the long run, because the revenue generated by the goods will be used in the economic recovery of America to create more jobs here at home. Is there any guarantee the revenue will be used for that purpose? In a study conducted by Michael Pence, a Nobel Prize winning Economist, of the 27 million jobs created by companies involving international trade from 1990-2008, only 2% were created by such companies.
Apparently, since the last three decades, America has dealt with an emerging illegal immigration crisis which has accumulated to burden America’s economy, in terms of a never ending cycle of supply and demand to get the good out of the place: the job supply part is the problem. Today, we have a president who threatens to utilize the hammer of executive orders to nail together a framework to either appease foreign leaders, or grant amnesty for undocumented people whom are not born in America, because of the bellicose tone of the local leadership representing these communities. I don’t know what the hell the president is doing, but I do know he is not as naive at doing what he is doing while he does what he is doing.
As a young college student, I once had a College professor who declared to the students. “There is enough room to accommodate all of us”. No, actually there’s not. I really don’t think there is when I think about it. Today, I look retrospectively and feel the prof was lying, because the classroom was filled with people who wanted to hear the professor say precisely what he said. I sometimes get the feeling the nation was invaded, and America is now being groomed by a backward Jupitonian version of the United States of America. Don’t worry about it, because it’s just a feeling I get every now and then. For instance, let’s take this verse from the holy bible, and apply it to modern day America, and it’s possible some of you who were born in America, and have patriotic proclivities may get that feeling too. It could be just me, but the verse states, “The stranger that is within thee shall get up above thee very high; and thou shalt come down very low. He shall lend to thee, and thou shalt not lend to him: he shall be the head, and thou shalt be the tail”. Deuteronomy 28:43-44. Once we had a very generous foreign aid package, but today we have an 11 trillion dollar trade deficit. Recently, some South Africans living in areas of destitution in their own nation rioted, and government authorities forcibly quelled the violence with law enforcement personnel, because the strangers from the surrounding nations were getting up above them “very high” in the job market, and they could not compete against what was happening; therefore, they took to violence to vent their frustrations. You the reader may ask, Why does he have to write about that? Why does he select such a sensitive topic? Because I have to fill blog space that’s why.
Why write something if you don’t have solutions to offer? Good question. That brings me to think about something. But first I have to unveil some more research work. According to various sources here are the top 5 cities with the slowest economic growth indexes in America for 2013. The expected decrease in economic growth as projected towards 2014 is also indicated:
1) Steubenville – Weirton OH & WV – Retraction 2.2% From 2.6%
2) Layetteville – LA Retraction 2.1% From 3.2%
3) Yuma – AZ Retraction 1.3% From 3.2%
4) Decatur – IL Retraction 0.8% From 4.8%
5) Shreveport-Bosseir City – LA Retraction 1.6% From 5.2%
The five cities above are merely examples to justify a suggestion. Personally, I do not believe the argument that foreign immigration is necessary to offset an aging American population that lacks the manpower via a younger generation to operate the jobs. I view that argument as nonsense. The American economy was the greatest in the world prior to the second world war, and in the contemporary era we only began seriously faltering after a massive immigration to the tune of 11-20 million undocumented aliens who began arriving here. I find it difficult to believe 300 million Americans could not be trained to do any job in the nation without having help from some place else. Moreover, at times the senior citizen population has to be convinced to retire from employment they held for many years. Personally, I view those people who come here as undocumented aliens as law breakers and criminals, because they broke the laws to do so. All nations have immigration laws and anyone who chooses to dispute that please go penetrate the internationally recognized borders of the Islamic Republic of Iran, or the geo-political boundaries of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea without prior government permission from the authorities of the respective countries involved and see what happens. If they obtain the opportunity to do so, they can email me their experiences. With such massive undocumented illegal people here, it’s like a diplomatic precedent has been opened via customary international law. If one is claiming they came to America, due to being a refugee, I can see two justifications for that claim, and both involve international law (I believe most people came here to earn a buck): 1) The 1967 Protocol Relating To The Status of Refugees; and 2) the 1951 United Nations Convention Relating To The Status of Refugees. Does anyone believe the 11-20 million undocumented aliens who came to America within the last 30 years fits into any one of these two categories? Both internationally recognized treaties rely heavily on protection from persecution, or prosecution for religious, political, or other activities deemed violent to refugees.
The plight of the Christian community in Syria (or certain areas of Pakistan) would justifiably benefit from the relief of such internationally recognized treaties. Jesus said, “If when they persecute you in this city, flee ye into another: for verily I say unto you, Ye shall not have gone over the cities of Israel, til the Son of man be come”. Matthew 10:23. If persecution is too vicious in a given area, and law enforcement is unable, or unwilling to intervene, if possible the persecuted should leave that area, because it may be the best situation for survival. Realizing the brutality and the impact of international images created by ISIS in Libya, Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, used warplanes to retaliate against antagonistic jihadist whom expedited a conflict in Libya against Coptic Christian Egyptian citizens. I am no means saying Syria’s war embattled President Bashir Assad, has no crimes in his closet; however, if not for his Shia oriented Baathist Alawite minority run regime, the Christian community in Syria would potentially have collapsed long ago, and suffered the possible nasties of Sharia law.
As for the documented people who come here for reasons pertaining to work-visas, education, etc., Why are they crowded into cities where prosperity is customary, and whose populations are already burgeoning? Once upon a time, I emailed the offices of the two democratic Senators of my state (New York) about this, and failed to receive any feedback at all on my questions. They are Senator’s Charles Schumer (D-NY), and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY). Albeit, at least Senator Gillibrand’s office did respond by sending me newsletters. Instead of helping the economic situations of the poor, instead, they are giving the perception it’s necessary to be in front of news media cameras worrying about how to help the homosexuals, because that’s what they want to do. Are there no poor homosexuals (Why do they get quazi-preferred attention above other communities? Everyone who needs help needs help)? Jesus let all the world know He had compassion for the poor when He divided the fish and spread the bread.
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By utilizing deductive reasoning to fractionalize a particular portion of the immigrant community, since immigrants seem to have to come here, and our government is lax about enforcing the laws already on the books, Why can’t our government intentionally steer those legally recognized immigrants adroit in business skills to those cities where a heavy dose of economic blood is needed to help jump start the local economic spin cycle for that metropolis? After they’re business ventures take off, federal laws should be created by legislatures to compel immigrant business owners with seven or more employees to hire, at least one domestic born American citizen to help stem the percent of unemployment, under-employment, seasonal employment, semi-employment, and part-time employed with a preference for full-time employment in this United States of America. When American companies outsource manufacturing, and other jobs to foreign workers their citizens get the jobs. When they outsource their populations here, Why shouldn’t American citizens get a job (and please don’t say a lot of born, and bred American citizens don’t want to work when I weekly witness hundreds of people competing for one job. Yet, if you don’t think so, I appeal to you to open an account on LinkedIn.com, and you can also witness the quantity of applicants competing for jobs with the data that website creates for public consumption)? What does this do for Americans? It helps put people back to work, and it helps wean people off government subsidies.
How dare William Tisdale (That Exquisite Writer guy) say something like that? It’s about Fair Trade practices not only in the sphere of the economy, but also in the spheres of the religio-cultural phenomena that’s being traded too. Here’s another example. Are America’s Southern Baptist allowed to open multiple church buildings free from fear for Christian worshippers in Saudi Arabia, Iran, or Pakistan? With the recent arrest here in the USA of a trio of Chinese professors who work at Tianjin university involved in the practice of technological espionage, Will China permit foreign people to infiltrate their police, and military agencies, or companies to gather intelligence about their resources to operate against foreign powers, or examine the ingenious inventions of Chinese inventors? Anyone comes here and they go everywhere. Many of these people harbor resentment over America’s wealth, spite over America’s international influence, and some undoubtedly carry treacherous ulterior motives, because they are not the friends of America. The Department of Homeland Security? Perhaps, there should be a registry monitoring system (not those damn suspicious and potentially mark of the beast microchips; although, if the government is overly suspicious of an incoming person’s potentially concealed, pernicious stratagem, maybe that’s the price they pay to come here) for at least the first five-ten years of any newly arrived immigrants with a shady past, or with a questionable motivation to monitor their movements. That list would include but not be limited to those suspected as terrorist, spies, drug dealers, those involved in sexual assaults, and anyone foreign born individual whom served as a conviction for a felony in an overseas detention facility. Yeah, I know. Why won’t industrially advanced societies just keep people like that out altogether. Right? My fellow domestic born Americans (and even kind just want to live a happier life nationalized citizens) apparently this government (and it’s industrialized international clones) seemingly prefers to lose the will to do that, and they want you to lose the will to do that too right along with your second Amendment rights, so you won’t be able to protect yourselves. If you are a true Christian there’s better news: You’re just passing through, and you conclusively serve a higher Master Who is not of this world.
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