Wednesday, May 20, 2015

IN AMERICA ONLY ILLEGALS GET THE JOBS - Only one in four workers worldwide has a stable job

Only one in four workers worldwide has a stable job


A week later, Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) said the immigration bill was “far worse” than ObamaCare: He described the bill as an attempt by Senate Democrats “to establish another monolithic voting bloc” among Hispanic Americans.



“In other words, the Republican Party is finished. As their numbers grow through immigration and welfare, democrats will become the wholesale dominant party in America until everyone’s money runs out by all those who milk the system, i.e., 45.2 million Americans subsisting on food stamps and assisted house, energy, medical care and electricity—will ultimately grow to 90 million and more. All of who work will be paying for all those who choose to live for free forever.”


Who are Obama’s LA RAZA party base of illegals. How much of a threat to America is this Mexican fascism?

"Remember 187 -- the Proposition to deny taxpayer funds for services to non-citizens --- was the last gasp of white America in California." --- Art Torres, Chairman of the California Democratic Party… NOW THE PARTY for LA RAZA SUPREMACY





AMERICA’S ASSAULT on AMERICAN YOUTH … illegals still get the jobs and welfare

One in four  workers earn poverty wages



"The politicians don’t care about the working and young people. We have billions in student loan debts, but they don’t help us, but they give billions to the wealthy."


By Douglas Lyons
2 September 2013

One in four n workers, and two out of three workers under 24, are paid poverty wages according to a recent report released by the Keystone Research Center.

The fraud of Obama’s “Student Aid Bill of Rights”

By Nancy Hanover
23 March 2015


Last week President Obama announced a series of executive actions that he dubbed a “Student Aid Bill of Rights.”


The initiative is partially an exercise in damage control. It follows a series of lawsuits and scandals involving the Department of Education (DOE). The government agency has become the target of growing anger for protection of predatory student loan collection agencies, its bailout of the for-profit career college chain Corinthian and its overall profit-taking from student loans.


The 43 million Americans who owe some $1.3 trillion in student loan debt were offered zero forgiveness. In fact, Obama does not propose even one measure to actually lessen the ever-escalating cost of college or encroach on the lucrative business of student loan debt. All the “rights” remain in the hands of the government, the banks and hedge funds.


 Far from a “Bill of Rights” Obama continues to deliver a fraudulent bill of goods. At every point, his administration has protected the financial industry in looting an entire generation of students, preventing millions of young people from either attaining the education they desire or making them pay through the nose for the rest of their lives.


AMERICA: No Legal Need Apply!!!

But we still get the tax bills for Mexico’s crime tidal wave and anchor baby welfare state in our open borders!

“Meanwhile, millions of native-born Americans, especially men, have abandoned the job market altogether. The percentage of men aged 25 to 54 who are working or looking for work has dropped to the lowest point in recorded history.”

JUST  LOOK AROUND YOU… when do you see a job not held by a Mexican?


Labor statistics show that foreign-born workers account for all net gains in U.S. employment in the past seven years, according to a group that advocates low immigration.

The Center for Immigration Studies issued a report Friday that found 1.5 million fewer U.S.-born workers employed in 2014 than prior to the recession in 2007. Foreign-born employment for both legal and illegal immigrants increased by more than 2 million workers during the same time period.


Richest one percent controls nearly half of global wealth

The richest one percent of the world’s population now controls 48.2 percent of global wealth, up from 46 percent last year.



The report found that the growth of global inequality has accelerated sharply since the 2008 financial crisis, as the values of financial assets have soared while wages have stagnated and declined.


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