Recently, the Argus Leader published an article about the Sioux Falls Chamber of Commerce members concern about South Dakota residents being concerned about irresponsible population growth. By now we are all aware of the giant lobby of the US Chamber of Commerce and their fierce battle in Washington to keep their modern day slave labor from being deported. It is noteworthy that the Chamber of Commerce puts their concern above the concern of the residents of the state. It would seem that the Chamber of Commerce is heading down a new path. Wouldn't it be more noble to fight for the right of these people to return to their homes and live with dignity and sovereignty rather than fighting for further exploitation of them?
One thing that seems to bounce off of the brain cells of the left is that all of these statuses: DACA, refugee, and various visas, are TEMPORARY. DACA was put in place without proper authority in the first place and was meant to be temporary. That is why the status has an expiration date. Refugees are meant to be sheltered for a short period of time until their country of origin stabilizes enough for them to return. Work and student visas are meant to give a temporary long-term guest pass to stay here. None of these things are meant to be permanent. And they certainly are not meant for dishonest people to circumvent the rules while the truly deserving wait in line for their turn. Instead, the left, which laws do not apply to, is using these programs as a way to get around immigration laws.
Their desperate need of cheap labor keeps them in the ring and fighting with any weapons they can scrape together. They lobby for program after program that are welfare programs in disguise that reward big business for exploiting the struggling and defenseless.
They are the modern day plantation owners.
A dirty little secret is how they use programs to profit and how they churn their workers to continue it. One program is the WOTC. You, the taxpayer, fund big business to compete with you. You help pay for their labor costs while you struggle to pay your own employees. Your own tax dollars are sponsoring businesses to put you out of business! Nice, right? Meat packers/slaughterhouses are big beneficiaries of this program. Here is a link to some of the WOTC info: www.doleta.gov/business/incentives/opptax/wotcEmployers.cfm
"Some companies in the United States are already actively tapping this potential. Nearly 30 percent of the workforce of Chobani, a leading yogurt company, consists of refugees resettled in the United States." This quote comes from a page that seems to actively recruit for the program. www.skilledrefugees.com/tax-benefits/
The program puts veterans at the top of their brochure, but exactly how many veterans have been hired by Demkota or Molded Fiberglass? Anyone have any statistics on that?
Ever notice how their employees tend to be a bit transient? Maybe they stay someplace for a year or two and then go to another similar job elsewhere? Churning employees to stay on the program is common amongst these companies. And when you look further into the target groups, you can understand why they hire the groups that they do.
Once you understand these programs, you begin to understand the mass immigration "crisis". When organizations load up boats and planes with people and bring them over by the hundreds at a time, you can be assured that they are getting their commissions from the plantation owners. Yes, LSS, we are looking at you. There are religious groups and other groups involved as well.
Refugees are a HUGE business. Monetization of "refugees" is in full swing. Our rinos and the left have fully mobilized the profit machine and will not allow their cash cow to be tampered with. Evidence? They will not even tolerate a discussion to assist people in place. Wouldn't it make more sense to have the millions of fleeing, able-bodied males trained to defend their communities and move the families to safe areas within the country? Wouldn't more money be able to be spent per person by protecting them in their home countries? Think of the billions of dollars spent on human trafficking that could be spent on sheltering and feeding and educating rather than moving them to filthy temporary camps.
These people could be hired and trained to rebuild their communities instead of hiring friends and family of the profiteers. (Clinton Foundation = guilty) Instead of living for years in poverty, they could be making good incomes and gaining good skills rebuilding their homes and communities. If we offered these people $20 per hour to be able to go back home and work on rebuilding their communities, most would be happy to do that. But the left will have none of that. How on earth would the billionaires become trillionaires if we allowed such a thing to occur?
Let's end this madness and get these people on the right track instead of victimizing them and transplanting them across continents and oceans. Say NO! to refugees and YES! to responsible crisis assistance and intervention. Stop creating refugees in the first place! - Remember, hundreds of billions of dollars have been spent on their causes, yet still....not even clean, safe drinking water has been achieved. Where has all the money gone? (See Clinton Foundation and Haiti...)
Make sure you are being proactive about getting to the ballot box and voting for candidates that encourage nation building rather than destruction. End the tyranny of the greedy corporations.
In the meantime, consider buying local. Find your nearest butcher, artisan baker, small produce growers, and local entrepreneurs and give them your business. Stop giving your money to these corrupt big corporations and start investing in your own communities. We do not need greedy corporations to make our communities great. We need to support each other.
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