Monday, September 26, 2016

McDonalds Hires Foreign H-1Bs, Fires 70 American Accounting Staff

by NEIL MUNRO18 Sep 2016

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An iconic American company, McDonald’s, has quietly outsourced the jobs of 70 white-collar professionals in Ohio to foreign H-1B workers. 

The H-1B outsourcing in the nation’s heartland showcases the growing corporate use of foreign H-1B workers to replace American white-collar professionals, and it comes after companies have used waves of legal and illegal migrants to slash blue-collar jobs and wages in Ohio and around the country.
Also, the 70 Ohio jobs that McDonalds outsourced to lower wage foreign graduates are not Silicon Valley technology and software jobs — they’re white-collar accounting jobs performed by graduates from mainstream business schools. That outsourcing of mainstream business jobs spotlights the growing movement of foreign workers into all corners of the nation’s white-collar professional economy.
White-collar outsourcing “is not just a Silicon Valley thing anymore, it is happening all over” the country, said Steve Camarota, head of research at the Center for Immigration Studies.
Nationwide, the foreign population of white-collar temporary workers, dubbed “guest-workers,” now exceeds 800,000, including roughly 650,000 H-1B workers on multi-year visas.
The outsourcing in Columbus, Ohio, was explained as a cost saving effort by a McDonald’s spokeswoman. “To deliver $500 million in savings, the vast majority by the end of 2017, we are restructuring many aspects of our business, including an accounting function,” said spokeswoman Terri Hickey.
The outside contractor is Genpact, a New York-based firm that outsources work to Indians who are allowed to work in the United States for several years once they get an H-1B visa. The company is a spinoff from General Electric, and its biggest owner is Bain Capital. “Thank you for your inquiry but we are unable to comment on details of our client engagements due to confidentiality,” Gail Marold, the Genpact spokeswoman, told Breitbart News. A map of Genpact’s H-1B outsourcing contracts can be found here.
The outsourcing deal was revealed when McDonalds sought federal taxpayers’ funds to compensate the 70 fired Americans.
The outsourcing news comes as Donald Trump campaigns on the popular promise to reform the H-1B and immigration programs and while Hillary Clinton is promising to expand companies’ hiring of foreign blue-collar and white-collar workers.
Over the last 20 years, many Americans companies have outsourced their computer and software departments, often to Indian firms such as Tata Consulting. The foreign companies use the H-1B guest worker program to bring their lower wage foreign graduates to work in American office parks. That expanding trend has been extensively documented by specialist publications, such as ComputerWorld.

But American companies are now trying to outsource more varieties of jobs, including accounting, healthcare and design jobs. For example, American universities have hired H-1Bs for 100,000 prestigious jobs, including professors, lecturers, doctors, therapists, scientists and researchers. Engineering giant Caterpillar continues to hire H-1B workers in Illinois as it fires hundreds of American engineers and other white-collar workers, DeLoitte and other U.S. accounting firms have asked for more than 20,000 H-1B visas to replace American business-school graduates.
That growth and expansion is repeating the pattern among blue-collar workers, where millions of American farm-workers, meat-packers, janitors, hotel workers, groundskeepers, and restaurant workers have been gradually replaced by millions of legal or illegal, temporary or permanent, foreign workers since the 1980s. That blue-collar outsourcing began in the farm fields of Texas and California, and then expanded toWisconsin dairiesMilwaukee bakeriesNebraska slaughterhousesOregon apple orchardsNew York supermarkets, and all of the nation’s major cities. During the same period, blue-collar wages stalled and the resulting rise in profits exploded stock values. 
Now the various immigrants and guest workers are moving up the wage scale from blue-collar jobs towards the white-collar jobs that provide some sense of financial stability in a fast changing economy 
Ohio, for example, is now home to roughly 13,000 H-1Bs, of which roughly 4,000 are employed at universities which can get an unlimited number of “cap exempt” H-1B visas. 
The H-1Bs are being sought to work in Ohio as designers and business forecasters at Abercrombie & Fitch, credit analysts at JP Morgan, accountants at Accenture, scientists at Abbott Laboratories, researchers at Ohio State University, and also as therapists, software programmers and business analysts at many other firms.
Nationwide, roughly 650,000 H-1Bs are working for companies in the United States, alongside many other hundreds of thousands of guest workers with L-1, B-1 and other white collar visas. 
In Ohio, roughly 1,200 foreign post-graduate students are working in prestigious white-collar jobs, via the ‘Optional Practical Training’ visa. Without that visa program, most of those jobs would have gone to new graduates born in Ohio. Nationwide, at least 120,000 foreign college grads are working in jobs sought by Americans graduates, and this OPT outsourcing channel will sharply increase in the next few years because the visa was expanded by President Barack Obama.
Federal rules do not set any limits on the supply of H-1Bs or OPTs, nor do they require that Americans be interviewed for or be told about the jobs that are being outsourced. Similarly, the federal rules for paying H-1Bs allow them to be be paid far less than the Americans they replace.
Several states are also allowing illegals to work in licensed professional jobs, including as teachers, lawyers and doctors.
Generally, the impact of this outsourcing trend on ordinary Americans has been underplayed by the university-trained reporters who are hired by establishment media outlets. Most reporters prefer to focus on the concerns of diverse migrants now living in the United States, in part, because the migrants increase the social and political clout ofthe journalists and their political allies in the Democratic Party. In effect, the reporters’ self-image as defenders of the Little Guy against Big Corporations has been globalized, so that most journalists now view themselves as defenders of vibrant immigrants against white-bread Americans.
There is never, ever a reporter in Ohio who honestly covers how open immigration negatively affects Ohioans,” says local activist Julia Aldrich, who works with theFederation for American immigration Reform. “If they ever give any coverage [about Americans] at all it is a one-sentence quote verses the rest of the article’s support for how great illegal aliens or refugees, etc. are for Ohioans,” she told Breitbart. 
“Wages are being suppressed because so many people are using the visa program,” saidHughey Newsome, a consultant with degrees from Harvard and Stanford who worked as technology consultant in Ohio in 2012. “This is something a lot of people don’t understand,” he told Breitbart. 
“I’ve seen it in Ohio,” he said, when he worked for a company that helps manufacturers. “Definitely more and more in Ohio and throughout the Midwest, in the manufacturing center and through the business sector,  a lot of multinationals are using a ‘shared served service model,’” in which many support tasks are outsourced to subcontractors, he said.
“They’re doing it because it is cheaper,” he added. But “they’ll hire more Americans if the cost of H-1Bs goes up” in line with reforms proposed by Donald Trump, he said.
Several other professionals in Ohio who were contacted by Breitbart about the outsourcing trend declined to talk on the record, fearing they could be identified and blackballed by hiring companies.
Throughout Ohio, the population of foreign-born adults has risen rapidly over the last few years. This state-wide population include the H-1B and OPT guest workers, plus legal immigrants and illegal migrants, plus refugees and asylum recipients. For example, the number of foreign-born people in Ohio grew from 339,270 in 2000 up to 469,191 in 2014, according to the Center for Immigration Studies. Those numbers doesn’t count the children of immigrants, and it adds up to one immigrant for every four African-American in the state.
Many new arrivals are sufficiently educated to compete directly with American-born college graduates. According to the federal census data, half of the foreign-born earn more than $47,409 in 2015, and roughly 40 percent of the foreign-born who older than age 25 have college degrees. Forty percent of the foreign-born have a high school degree or less.
The state has also seen a huge inflow of lower-skilled refugees.
More than 11,000 refugees, mostly from Somalia, moved to Columbus between 2002 and 2014. More than 4,500 refugees were settled in Cleveland from 2002 to 2012
In addition, the government allows Ohio companies to hire blue-collar guest workers from outside the country. The blue-collar version of the H-1B program is called the H-2B program, and it is used to recruit people for landscaping, forest, restaurant and hotel work. In 2015, for example the federal government provided visas to 25 companies and labor brokers to bring in hundreds of foreign workers instead of hiring local Americans.
The flood of skilled and unskilled immigrants has been great for Ohio employers, including universities and major companies such as McDonalds. They’re now able to outsource more work, or hire more lower-wage foreign workers in place of many middle-age Americans, who seek decent wages to cover the cost of American education, housing, families and a normal American lifestyle.
The inflow is also good for merchants who sell more food, lodging, autos, and much else tothe imported customers. That’s especially beneficial to shareholders because many of those sales are funded by ordinary Americans’ taxes, via welfare programs that are used extensively by lower-skilled immigrants
The inflow has been good for the state and for the Chamber of Commerce, as more taxpayers and companies pay taxes to the state and dues to the Chamber. The extra people have increased the size of the state’s economy and government revenue, which grew from $25 billion in 2010 at the depth of the recession, up to $28.5 billion in 2015.
But the extra labor has shifted wages and opportunities away from Ohioans, including both the white-collar salary earners at McDonalds and the blue-collar wage earners in low skill jobs.
In Ohio, for example, the Brookings Institute calculated that wages for African-Americans in six out of seven largest counties have crashed by 11 percent from 2009 to 2014, while wages for white people grew by an average of 3.5 percent.
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In Columbus, for example, wages for African-Americans crashed by 19 percent from 2009 to 2014 according to Brookings. Meanwhile, data from the Census Department shows that that city’s population of adults born overseas rose from 57,000 in 2000 to 102,000 in 2004, boosting them from 7.1 percent of the adult population to 11.3 percent.
The same pattern is repeated in Akron, CincinnatiClevelandDayton and Youngstown, where Brookings’ data shows drops in African-Americans wages averages a 17 percent drop amid an average income rise of 4.5 percent for the white population. That income shift while the state’s foreign-born adult population grew by roughy 16 percent between 2000 and 2014, according to a recent study by the Center for Immigration Studies
Brookings also showed that wages for Africans-Americans in Toledo rose by 16 percent during the 2009 to 2014 period. From 2000 to 2014, the immigrant population in Toledo rose very slowly, from 4.0 percent of the adult population to 4.4 percent of the population.
This shift of work and money from Ohioans who compete against immigrants towards the immigrants and towards Americans who employ foreign workers, is just a small reflection of a huge national economic redistribution.
That redistribution, dubbed the “Diversity Tax,” is a $400 billion transfer that native-born Americans pay to immigrants and to employers, each and every year. 
According to Harvard professor George Borjas,
The presence of all immigrant workers (legal and illegal) in the labor market makes the U.S. economy (GDP) an estimated 11 percent larger ($1.6 trillion) each year. This “contribution” to the aggregate economy, however, does not measure the net benefit to the native-born population.
Of the $1.6 trillion increase in GDP, 97.8 percent goes to the immigrants themselves in the form of wages and benefits; the remainder constitutes the “immigration surplus” — the benefit accruing to the native-born population, including both workers, owners of firms, and other users of the services provided by immigrants.
The standard textbook model of a competitive labor market yields an estimate of the immigration surplus equal to $35 billion a year — or about [an increase of] 0.2 percent of the total GDP in the United States — from both legal and illegalimmigration.
[But the immigration redistribution is] reducing the wages of natives in competition with immigrants by an estimated $402 billion a year, while increasing profits or the incomes of users of immigrants by an estimated $437 billion.
Overall, the federal government invites roughly 800,000 guest-workers — plus 1 million legal immigrants plus a few hundred thousand illegal immigrants and “overstays” — into the country each year, where they compete for jobs sought by the 4 million young Americans who annually enter the workforce. That’s roughly two new foreign workers for every four Americans who enter the workforce, or, in economic terms, a federal policy of inflating the new labor supply by roughly 50 percent.
One result is that several million young American men simply have given up looking for jobs, and are falling through the floor of society.
Americans want to like immigrants, and they want to like immigration in general, but they’re growing more worried that it is an economic threat to them and their children. For companies, and now increasingly for voters, immigration “is all about the bottom line,” said Newsome. 

Comments:

That last paragraph is very significant.  It said that Americans want to like immigrants and immigration, but they are worried about the threat, both economical and terrorism.

Ask yourself this:  If immigrants were no threat to the Aryan race would you mind them coming here?  As long as they were no threat I wouldn't.

I, like most Aryans have a generaous nature.  We want to help - if we can.  As long as our own folk have all they need, we want to help those less fortunate.  But that is not what is happening right now.

Greedy Judeo-Capitalists are profiteering from both the generous nature of Aryans, and the desperation of the immigrants.  Both sides are being used by the fat cats to increase their own profits.

Brothers Richard and Maurice McDonald established the first McDonald's in 1940 right here in San Bernardino, California.  They are both no longer with us.  I think if they were, they would be sickened at what their company has become.  

Dan 88!

Sunday, September 25, 2016

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Saturday, September 24, 2016

L.A. Mexican Consulate Next to the Welfare Department & Free Phones!



Comment:

Convenient, huh?  The Mexican Consulate is right next door to the welfare office.  That way, Mexican immigrants can arrange to get free money in one place, and arrange to have that money sent to mexico in the other.  Very convenient indeed.  Leave it to Los Angeles to make it as easy as possible for Mestizo immigrants.

As to the phones, in California, anyone who is receiving any government benefit whatsoever - even immigrants - are entitled to a free phone.  Not just a cell phone, but a free smart phone with free service and three gigs of data a month.  Any more will cost them a little money.  I have no idea how much, but it's probably less than T Mobile or Verizon.


Is it any wonder why they all want to come to America?  If  we want to deal with mass immigration, the first thing to do - even before sealing the borders - is take away all the magnets that attract them.  

Without all the freebies, many immigrants would stay home.


Dan 88!

Friday, September 23, 2016

European embassies in UK log more alleged hate crimes since Brexit vote

Matthew Weaver and Sandra Laville
The Guardian
Monday 19 September 2016 02.05 EDT

European embassies in Britain have logged dozens of incidents of suspected hate crime and abuse against their citizens since the vote to leave the European Union, according to figures obtained by the Guardian.

The vast majority of xenophobic incidents involved citizens from eastern European countries, with more attacks against Poles than all the other nationalities put together, the survey of EU embassies in London revealed.

The Polish consular service in London, Manchester and Edinburgh has logged 31 incidents of reported hate crime since 23 June, including eight attacks in the past three weeks.

They include the killing of Arkadiusz Jóźwik in Harlow, in an apparently unprovoked attack that is being treated by police as a possible hate crime. Five 15-year-old boys and one 16-year-old boy, all from Harlow, were arrested on suspicion of murdering Jóźwik and bailed until 7 October pending further inquiries. A second Polish man survived the attack.

The Guardian contacted the London embassies of all 27 EU member states. Of the 17 embassies that replied, almost half reported a rise in incidents of xenophobic abuse in the 12 weeks since the EU referendum. Between them, there were 60 incidents logged, including shots fired at a Lithuanian home in Lurgan, Northern Ireland, this month, an arson attack on a Romanian shop in Norwich in July and a break-in at a home in Nottingham in the immediate aftermath of the vote when a Latvian family were called “fucking immigrants” and told to leave the UK.

The bulk of the attacks were against Poles or people mistaken for Poles. A Finnish mother was told “Poles go home” when she was overheard talking to her children, according to the Finnish embassy in London. The embassies of western European countries that responded to the survey, including Spain, France and Germany, reported no post-referendum abuse against their citizens.

Arkady Rzegocki, the Polish ambassador to the UK, said he was “saddened by each and every incident”.

He added: “The Polish community is the largest national minority in the UK and, due to its visibility, may be statistically an easier target of xenophobic abuse. We recognise and appreciate the show of solidarity from the British public and the decisive steps taken by the British government and local authorities to resolve the problem. We need to work together to foster dialogue and mutual understanding between communities.”

The issue of hate crime in the wake of the vote was raised by London-based diplomats at a working lunch of the Nordic group of ambassadors on Tuesday. Latvia’s ambassador, Baiba Braže, who hosted the lunch, said: “It is a trend that we discussed. Our citizens have not experienced anything like this before the referendum.

“None of six incidents [involving Latvians] referred to the referendum, but there is maybe an atmosphere that is more permitting of unpleasant words and maybe actions. There shouldn’t be any discrimination and the Latvian community shouldn’t let it go unreported.”

Jon Burnett, a researcher at the Institute of Race Relations, said: “The upsurge in attacks against eastern Europeans should come as no surprise, given the way that they have been portrayed repeatedly as scroungers, cheats and, ultimately, threats. This depiction, which intensified in the build-up to the referendum, of course predated it. The hate crimes are a product of a politically constructed climate which has been years in the making.”

Braže welcomed the British government’s assurances that it would not tolerate such abuse. She said she had been encouraged by a fall in incidents involving Latvians since the immediate aftermath of the vote.

But the Polish embassy is troubled by a recent uptick in violence against Poles. Many of the 31 attacks it recorded took place in the days after the vote and, by early August, the embassy had detected a lull in incidents. But there has been a new spike in attacks, with eight incidents in the past three weeks, including attacks on three other Poles in Harlow and an allegedly racist attack on a Polish man in the Armley area of Leeds last Friday.

‘We’re going to put cameras up’
In the days after the Brexit vote, one Polish family in Plymouth felt the force of what appears to be a continuing spike in hate crimes across the country. An arson attack destroyed a shed at their home in Efford. The perpetrators left a note which read: “Go back to your country next be [sic] your family.”

Ewa Banaszek, 22, said the experience had stayed with her and her family but they were trying to get on with their lives and had received support from the local community. A crowdfunding appeal on behalf of the family raised £7,000.

“It has been overwhelming really,” said Banaszek, who works at a leisure centre in Plymouth. “When it happened, lots of local people left flowers outside the house and even now people are always checking if we are OK.

“The way the money was raised was really heartening. I told Hannah [Brotherstone], who arranged the fundraising, how overwhelmed we were. We now have the money and we are going to put cameras up around the house and this will help to pay for them.

“Since the incident we have tried to just get on with our life. The attack will always be in the back of my mind, but people have been supportive.”

Gareth Cuerden, hate crime manager for Victim Support in Wales, said a media focus on hate crime had led to a positive impact in encouraging victims to speak out.

“It has made people feel empowered to come forward and report what has happened to them. I think because of that we are getting a truer picture of the scale of hate crime,” he said. “Research shows that it is underreported – 50% of people wait until it gets more serious before they consider reporting and instead they tend to normalise incidents. But this attention on hate crime has made them feel able to report, which is a positive thing.”

Iolanda Viegas, a councillor for the Portuguese community in Wrexham, north Wales, said people had been heartened by the support they were receiving from their neighbours and from the police in the aftermath of the vote.

“The police have come along to tell us what to do if these incidents happen, they have talked to people about what a hate crime is and what they should do if they are targeted. And many people in the wider community are helping. At least we feel we are not alone and that someone will help us.”

Embassy breakdown of reported xenophobic incidents since the referendum
Poland 31 incidents reported as hate crimes. As well as the killing of Jóźwik they include eight assaults, including attacks on Polish men in Yeovil, St Ives and Leeds; seven attacks on Polish homes and businesses; and four cases of abusive graffiti, including messages scrawled on the front door of the Polish Cultural Association in Hammersmith, west London, and on a war memorial in Portsmouth. The 31 cases include six reports of fresh abuse in longstanding complaints about intimidation from neighbours that predate the referendum.

Lithuania 10 incidents of alleged hate crimes, five of which are being investigated by the police. They include a shooting at a Lithuanian home in Lurgan, Northern Ireland, on 5 September. Other incidents of alleged abuse have been reported in Peterborough, Kings Lynn and Boston, where many Lithuanians work as agricultural labourers. A spokesman said: “The Lithuanian community is very concerned [by] the surge of hate attacks after the referendum.”

Lithuania’s deputy foreign minister, Mantvydas Bekešius, has raised the issue with the Foreign Office. He said Lithuanian children in UK schools had been verbally abused not just by other pupils but by parents and even teachers since the referendum.

Latvia Six incidents of alleged xenophobic abuse and harassment, in Nottingham, London, Bristol, Wellingborough, Yorkshire and South Shields. The worst incident involved a break-in at a home in Nottingham where a Latvian family were branded “fucking immigrants” and told to leave the UK. The embassy also reported that Latvians had been refused service at a post office in London and at a mobile phone shop in Bristol in the days after the vote.

Sweden “Around five” incidents of verbal abuse. A spokesman said: “That’s a big increase, because we haven’t really seen abuse against Swedish citizens in recent memory. It is obviously linked to the referendum, because phrases like ‘go home’ were used.”

Finland Until the referendum, no Finns had been involved in xenophobic incidents. Since the vote, there have been four incidents, including a mother being told “Poles go home” when she was overheard speaking to her children.

Romania On 8 July, a Romanian shop in Norwich was torched in what Norfolk police are treating as a hate crime. The embassy also reported “a few” other xenophobic incidents, but declined to give details.

Bulgaria One “xenophobia-motivated” attack against a Bulgarian national in the UK. The embassy refused to provide details.

Hungary A “marginal number” of inquiries expressing fear after the referendum.

The embassies of Belgium, Greece, Germany, France, Denmark, Cyprus, Austria, Spain and Estonia reported no abuse of their citizens in the UK.

Comment:

Of course those embassies reported no abuse of their citizens in the UK.  Only countries with high immigration rates have been targeted.  It's like here in the United States.  Some group or person may target Muslims, Mexicans or Guatemalens, but when was the last time you heard of a Frenchman being the victim of a hate crime in this country?  Only countries with high immigration rates are singled out for attacks.

This shows the Native British - and when I call them Native ABritish I mean Whites - have had enough of their country being invaded by foreigners who refuse to assimilate into British culture.

I've had enough of it too.  It's time we did like our European brothers and sisters are doing:  Fighting back!

Dan 88!


Thursday, September 22, 2016

Brexit Likely To Begin In January 2017

By Jennifer Rankin
The Guardian
17 September, 2016

The UK is expected to launch formal talks to leave the European Union in January or February next year, one of Europe’s top leaders said after a special summit without Britain, aimed at rallying the bloc battered by Brexit and the migration crisis.
The European council president, Donald Tusk, said the British prime minister,Theresa May, had told him article 50 was likely to be triggered in January or February next year, dashing remain voters’ hopes of delaying the UK’s departure from the EU.
The British government was also sent a stark warning not to expect any compromise on the EU’s cherished principle of free movement of people if it wants access to the single market.
Speaking of his meeting with May in London last week, Tusk said the prime minister had been open and honest about her difficulties in launching EU exit talks this year. 
“She declared that it was almost impossible to trigger article 50 this year but it’s quite likely that they will be ready, maybe in January, maybe in February, next year.” He said the rest of the EU was ready to start negotiations tomorrow.
Standing at his side, Jean-Claude Juncker, the head of the European commission, vowed there would be no compromise on free movement of workers. “This is not a game,” he said. “It is about the rights of ordinary people, of workers in Europe, so I can’t see any possibility of compromising on that very issue.”
A Downing Street source, however, said on Saturday that May did not specifically mention January or February at the meeting, and that Tusk’s comments were an interpretation of their conversation.
The PM “recognises the need to deliver on the public verdict without delay”, the source said.
Brexit was not top of the agenda at the one-day summit in Bratislava, as European leaders concentrated on charting a way forward for a bloc that has stumbled from crisis to crisis in recent years. 
The German chancellor, Angela Merkel, said the EU was in “a critical situation” not only because of the Brexit referendum but also because of other difficulties.
It was only the second time in 43 years that EU leaders have met without the UK and the mood was solemn. At an earlier gathering the week after Brexit, EU leaders “were still shellshocked, but now it has sunk in”, one source said.
Nevertheless there was determination to show a united front – for a few hours at least.
During a lunchtime cruise along the Danube on a German-registered luxury boat and steered by a German captain, EU leaders quickly agreed to reassert their earlier pledge not to negotiate with the UK until the government invokes article 50.
Earlier in the day in the gilded halls of Bratislava castle, they had discussed what had gone wrong with the EU. One EU source described the discussions as polite and with no recriminations, a sharp change in tone following a ferocious war of words between Hungary and Luxembourg over asylum seekers.
The friendly tone partly dissipated, however, once leaders had left the castle walls.
Italy’s leader, Matteo Renzi, refused to appear at a press conference with his French and German counterparts, declaring that he “was not satisfied with the conclusions on growth and immigration”. Renzi, who faces a difficult referendum vote in October, said the EU was still far from meeting its post-Brexit challenges. On migration “the usual things were said again,” he said.
The same splits were on display as Hungary’s prime minister, Viktor Orbán, slammed the EU’s migration policy as “self-destructive and naive”. Unless Germany imposed a firm ceiling on the number of immigrants it was willing to take in, a “suction effect” would continue to draw masses to Europe. “Something must happen,” he said.
The Visegrád group of Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia reaffirmed their hostility to refugee quotas. In a surprise paper sent to EU leaders on the morning of the summit, the central European quartet also mounted a robust defence of free movement of labour, with an implicit critique of “intra-EU protectionism”. The move follows debates in France on foreign workers undercutting locals and the Brexit vote centred on immigration.
These countries will be staunch defenders of the principle of free movement of people in any talks with the UK. Brexit must avoid “the risk of creating second-rate citizens in the United Kingdom,” said Robert Fico, Slovakia’s prime minister. Brexit negotiations should “not damage our interests” and must show “it is worth being a member of the EU,” he said.
In an effort to avoid confrontation, Tusk had steered the meeting to focus on areas the 27 leaders could agree on: a mix of plans on security, counter-terrorism and moves to take more control of globalisation against a backdrop of stubbornly-high youth unemployment in southern Europe. 
Countries pledged to send border guards and more equipment to the secure the EU’s external border in Bulgaria, although exact numbers have yet to be finalised. Earlier this week, Juncker called for an extra 200 border guards and 50 vehicles to be stationed at the Bulgarian frontier by next month.
On paper, leaders also promised immediate implementation of a joint declaration with Nato, after signing a cooperation pact in July aimed at overcoming decades of debate about securing Europe’s borders. France and Germany have swung behind plans for a common European defence headquarters and shared military hardware, and EU leaders have now promised to agree a common plan by December. 
Big questions remain unresolved, kicked down the road to further summits in 2017. Tusk said the Bratislava meeting had paved the way for agreeing a range of economic and security measures in March 2017, the 60th anniversary of the founding of the European project.
Few observers, however, expect serious changes such as far-reaching reform of the eurozone until French and German elections are completed later next year. 
Comment:

It certainly looks like the globalists are running out of time.  The UK will officially be out of the EU sometime next year.  I would imagine once Article 50 (the escape clause) is triggered, it should only be a few months after that that the UK is all the way out.

It also looks like the EU will be losing Italy as well.  They are having their own referendum in October.  I have no doubt they too will be leaving.  As I've shown in past posts, the Italian people have had enough of immigrants swarming into Italia.  
In November 2017 germany will have their national elections and it looks like Merkel will finally be ousted.  If one of Germany's NS parties (German Nationalist Party and German Alternative Party) can take the chancellership, then Germany will leave as well.  France will probably do likewise and that's all she wrote.  RIP European Union and our fatherlands can be saved.
It seems that ZOG is losing control.  I knew they would.  I always knew it was only a matter of when, not if, and the when is NOW.
Dan 88!  

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Growth of Adult Immigrant Population, 1990 to 2014

By Bryan Griffith, Steven Camarota September 2016

A new series of maps by the Center for Immigration Studies based on Census Bureau data provides detailed information on the nation's immigrant population (legal and illegal) at the county level in 1990, 2000, and 2014. The analysis focuses on adults because they have the most immediate impact. Adults directly affect the job market as workers, impact politics as constituents and potential voters, and begin to reshape the culture in receiving communities as soon as they arrive. Census Bureau data, which includes legal and illegal immigrants, shows that growth in the adult immigrant population in some counties has been nothing short of astonishing, while other areas have seen little growth. The findings make clear that Washington may set immigration policy, but it is local communities that feel the impact.
Among the findings:
  • In 1990, immigrants were at least 20 percent of the adult population (18-plus) in just 44 counties; by 2014 they were at least 20 percent of the adult population in 152 counties.
  • In 1990, only one out of eight Americans lived in a county in which at least 20 percent of adults were immigrants; by 2014, nearly one in three Americans lived in such counties.
  • Since 1990, the immigrant share of adults has more than quadrupled in 232 counties.1
  • Examples where the immigrant share of adults more than quadrupled from 1990 to 2014 include:


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    • In North Carolina: Mecklenburg County, 4 percent to 17 percent; Durham County, 4 percent to 16 percent; and Duplin County, 2 percent to 15 percent.
    • In Kansas: Scott County, 2 to 15 percent; and Hamilton County, 3 percent to 21 percent.
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    • In Minnesota: Nobles County, 2 percent to 24 percent; and Watonwan County, 3 percent to 13 percent.
    • In Oklahoma: Texas County, 2 percent to 28 percent; and Harper County, 2 percent to 14 percent.
    • In Virginia: Manassas Park City, 7 percent to 40 percent; and Loudoun County, 7 to 30 percent.
    • In Texas: Garza County, 5 percent to 48 percent; and Dallam County, 3 percent to 17 percent.
    • Other examples include: Buena Vista County, Iowa, 3 percent to 22 percent; and Jerome County Idaho, 4 percent to 22 percent.

  • While the immigrant share of adults has often increased the most in counties with smaller populations, growth since 1990 has also been dramatic in many large counties with over a million residents: 

    • Dallas County, Texas: 13 percent to 29 percent;
    • King County, Wash.: 11 percent to 25 percent;
    • Clark County, Nev.: 11 percent to 27 percent;
    • Alameda County, Calif.: 21 percent to 38 percent;
    • Sacramento County, Calif.: 12 percent to 25 percent;
    • Fairfax County, Va.: 18 percent to 37 percent; and
    • Montgomery County, Md.: 22 percent to 40 percent.

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Comment:

Remember, the above map shows the immigrants population for 1990.  It has QUADRUPLED since then.

Like the Native Americans before us, we are being replaced as the main population by people who are foreign born - and I don't have to mention which country is the number one contributor to this, do I?

That's why out of all the non-White races, the only one I have any sympathy for is the American Indian simply because I know how they must have felt.  But there is one difference between us and them.  They fought for their land - and in some cases they fought to the death while over 100 years later, the Indian's conquerors sit by apathetically and let others do exactly the same thing to them with barely a grumble.  

I just don't get it.

Use the map to see how your county is doing with immigration.  My home county of Rockingham, New Hampshire is one of the lowest - and still are - for the time being.  San Bernardino County, California where I live now is not so lucky.  We are one of the counties hit hardest by immigration.

Dan 88!