posted on May, 14 2010 @ 03:29 PM
Originally posted by BeastMaster2012
reply to post by l neXus l
We let them in, we provided work for them, what's the problem? Big corporations are paying them dirt cheap. All of this could have been prevented.
America decided to send everything to china to be made.. come on. Don't blame the Mexicans, blame your government. Things don't have to made in
China. Big companies can make their crap here in the US but they want to pay little chinese kids 10 cents an hour to make your nikes that cost you
$200. Welcome to AMERICA... F*** YEAH!
I second that!
If "illegal immigration" is really the major issue that all these people in the States complain about, then what's the idea with putting the blame
on and targeting hispanic immigrants, while the problem at the center of the issue is corporate welfare and laissez-faire in the hands of the US
administrations of the past 2-3 decades? To solve the matter you need a RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT, just like the one your forefathers set up back in the
days. or else, I guess only total anarchy would do. But you gonna need a lot of work to get to one of these two things. Bashing immigrants, is just
the self-damaging course of action what the elite wants you to do, and tightening immigration policies and "zero tolerance" State policies towards
refugees will only turn your country into a Fourth Reich (and you're not very far from it these days).
OP, want me to care about my own country, hey? Well as a matter of fact, Western Canada, especially British Columbia, was mostly populated by hordes
of "White", "caucasian" illegal immigrants coming straight from the States (i.e. people like YOU), who went to the North looking for ways to make
a lot of cash in the mining industry, in a similar way than these Mexicans have been doing for a while. The occupation of B.C. is still vastly
illegal, as most of the land was never acquired in accordance with Native/Crown treaties or any other official, public agreement in respect to Native
politics. The colonization of this territory was forced by the mining companies and supported by the vast illegal immigration of thousands of American
families who just ended up making a new life there. Plus, today, large chops of land have fallen under the ownership of American-based corporations
and their American shareholders.
What about calling back your people and their related corporate assets before kicking these Mexicans out? That'd be a damn good thing for that area
[edit on 14/5/10 by Echtelion]