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SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Major U.S. banks sought government permission to bring thousands of foreign workers into the country for high-paying jobs even as the system was melting down last year and Americans were getting laid off, according to an Associated Press review of visa applications.
The dozen banks now receiving the biggest rescue packages, totaling more than $150 billion, requested visas for more than 21,800 foreign workers over the past six years for positions that included senior vice presidents, corporate lawyers, junior investment analysts and human resources specialists. The average annual salary for those jobs was $90,721, nearly twice the median income for all American households.
Originally posted by imd12c4funn
Sould these criminal elements be brought to justice, I have reservations about lengthy prison time for those convicted.
This type of incarseration could result in conspiring plans to implement when released.
Codec Alimuntarius is a result of a war criminal with time while in Prison. Imagine the future schemes that could result from this same sequence of events.
Indeed treason and firing squad seems more appropriate for such unprecidented conspiracy against the Country and it's Constitution, Laws, and the unethical blindsiding given us without regret.
Originally posted by Sestias
Given that the banks have been bailed out with American taxpayers' dollars, it is not unreasonable to expect that they should help bail out American workers by hiring them, especially at a time when there is an employment crisis. Quid pro quo.