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> perryneheum@... wrote:
> > A noted economist points out that most of the 11 million illegals in
> > the United States bring few skills, poor or no education,
> > backward-religous-based culture, and inability to contribute to or
> > interest in advancing our society and culture.
> Duh! These are lumpenproletariats for the most part. The middle class
> professionals are largely staying in Mexico. And apparently your
> lumpenproletariats are unable to compete with them.
> > Moreover, unlike the talented, multi-degreed, highly skilled immigrants
> > from places like Japan, China, India, and Taiwan -- people who can make
> > a difference here -- Latinos (mostly Mex's) present much more of a
> > burden to the U.S. than they can ever offset by their
> > ability/willingness to pick, pluck, paint, and plaster farm stuff and
> > other things.
> Then don't offer them those jobs.
> > Additionally, children of Mexicans and other south-of-the-border types
> > are seldom imbued by their guardians with professional and educational
> > ambitions. Many seem more interested in joining and forming violent
> > gangs.
> Duh! These are lumpeproletariats! Your own lumpenproletariats are not
> going around discussing Nietzche either!
> > Bottom Line: They bring no added value to our country.
> > Solution: Ship 'em back, keep the rest out at any cost. It will be
> > well worth the price we might pay.
> Except that folks like you have no say in the matter. Your government
> is of the plutocrats, by the plutocrats, and for the plutocrats. How
> stoopid can you get, expecting it to listen to you all?
The plutocrats listened when they tried to force the Dubai ports deal down