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Updated 6 March, 2013
    Mississippi: Plant fires 150, illegal worker questions raised - (Rick Dean) - (Invasion)

  • Increasing export of white-collar jobs is cause for concern
    White-collar employees have long believed their jobs were safe from the economic forces that have shifted millions of factory jobs to foreign countries in the past 30 years. Not anymore.
    It's not just clothing and electronics being made by workers in India and China and similar places. Now, it's office and professional jobs that are being shipped out -- raising the specter that skilled white-collar workers could face the same devastating job losses that decimated the manufacturing industry. - (KPS Reports)

  • A Sampling of NAFTA Related Job Loss... - (Rense link)



The Dr. Mabuse of Illinois by Paul Sand
Richard Durbin"...Mr. Richard Durbin, currently a Democratic Senator in the U.S. Senate. He, along with several other Senators in their madly-led terror apparatus are waging a brutal and merciless war against the American working people. His Paradise for the American working people takes the shape of a desert of starving and hungering unemployed..."

Ref: Who the Hell is "Dr. Mabuse"? - matter of fact, who the hell is Richard Durbin?

In 1996 Mr. Durbin, still in the House of Representatives, voted in favor for "chain migration" with the Chrysler-Berman Amendment to H.R.2202. "Chain migration" is where the immigrants can send for their adult relatives, and then these adult relatives send for theirs and -- so -- on. This results in job shortages, lower wages for lower-paid Americans like after school help, summer help, part time soccer mothers, et cetera...
Once in the Senate Durbin wasted no time in administering his deadly poison. He voted in 1997, again in 1998 and again in 2000 to give "illegal" aliens amnesty "without debate" in the Senate. - (Invasion)

Most of those bills which gave some meager protection for the American workers failed, viz, were voted down.
Ref: 6 entries found for viz. That is; namely. Used to introduce examples, lists, or items.

Even now with twelve million unemployed Americans Senator Durbin is not finished with his treacherous plans. All of those foreign workers allowed into the country because of him and his underworld gangsters still reside in the U.S.! He stubbornly refuses to propose any bill or amendment to deport them back to their own country so as to reduce America's crippling unemployment crises.


"FACTS TO MAKE EVERY INDIAN PROUD" - (forwarded by AG) - (forum)

    Jobless in the USA - By Paul Craig Roberts - (KPS reports)
By locating in China, the firm substitutes a work force that is paid less than a dollar an hour for U.S. labor that costs $26 an hour. By locating in China, the firm also avoids expensive regulations, torts, employment taxes, and discrimination lawsuits.

    Mexican Migrant Pipeline: Stealing American's Jobs
Five workers who came from the Rio Grande Valley to the meatpacking plant here were treated like tourists. They rode in an air-conditioned bus, watching movies, eating chips and drinking Cokes. They stayed for free at a local motel until they found housing. And they bought food at the plant cafeteria with cash cards. All of this was supplied by their new employer, Tyson Fresh Meats. - (Rick Dean) - (Invasion)

    "Indians on the Warpath" - from Svejk
"Interesting how the H1-B and L1 visa issue seems to get more press coverage in India than in the United States..."

  • It's unstoppable: High tech jobs ditching US
    The need to stay competitive will benefit countries such as India, China and even Singapore, where labour costs are lower. - (Rense.com)
  • Job cut announcements up 43%
    Report: Planned reductions jump to highest level since April, as jobless 'recovery' continues.

    U.S. job-cut announcements jumped in July to their highest level in three months, an outplacement firm said Tuesday, another sign that the longest job-market slump since World War II continues. - (reader link)

    Trading Seabiscuit for a rabbit - by Patrick J. Buchanan - © 2003 Creators Syndicate, Inc.
Patrick J. Buchanan"Democrats have lately begun to notice that under President Bush, one in every seven U.S. manufacturing jobs has vanished. U.S. manufacturing jobs have been disappearing at the rate of 75,000 a month for 34 months. U.S. workers in manufacturing are now fewer in number than in the 1950s and the smallest share of the labor force since the early 1800s. Why? Simple. As we import the products of foreign factories in record volume, we close our own factories and ship our jobs, our technology and our future abroad. In May, the U.S. trade deficit in goods was running at the astronomical rate of $562 billion a year. Because of that deficit, since Bush took office, the dollar has lost one-fourth of its value against the euro." - (link from RR)

  • [Letter to editor American Worker]
    "I read about the crouse and hinds layoffs for this upcoming year.
    Is there any news about which plants are to be closed?" Thanks - Victoria

  • Ref: Crouse-Hinds parent to close plants
    - Cooper Industries Ltd. says the closings will take place across all divisions. October 26, 2002 - (fast cookie reg required)
  • Ref: An article on July 23, 2003 reported that CROUSE-HINDS plans to move an assembly line to Virginia from its Syracuse (Onondaga County) plant beginning in the third quarter. The move will affect about nine assembly jobs. An article on June 4, 2003 reported that CROUSE-HINDS is cutting 10 jobs in Syracuse (Onondaga County) due to low orders. However, five of those scheduled to be laid off will be reassigned to other departments that have more work.
  • Ref: From: snow dog 4/25/2003 - 11:15:02 PM
    It's just getting worse everyday...Strange thing..Carrier Corp (aka UTC)is thinking of laying off a ton of people in Syracuse area....Their main building is right next door to Verizon...The god damned CARRIER Dome is named for that company...Syracuse Orangemen may have to come up with a new sponsor/name for the stadium...Nothing but layoffs here every week...Nestle Corp, Marsellus Casket, Verizon, Agway, Telergy(remember them?), MONY, Philips Broadband, Crouse-Hinds, and schools/government...I'm sure I missed quite a few...
  • Ref: Cooper Industries Limited/Crouse-Hinds
    Houston, TX - Syracuse, NY - Crouse-Hinds, a division of Cooper Industries Inc., Thursday told the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 2084 that it will cut 21 jobs from its Syracuse plant. The company, employing 777, told the union job cuts are necessary because orders for its electrical products used in hazardous environments remain slow. One worker will retire from the company, while the remaining 20 will be laid off.
    Approximate Affected Workforce: 1-50 - Source: The Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY) - January 31, 2003
  • Ref: more Crouse-Hinds layoff links

    Employment Picture Still Gloomy

    Abracadabra - "WHEN I WAS BORN, AMERICA WAS THE STRONGEST nation on earth. Americans were proud of who they were, at times even arrogant about it. Well, nobody's perfect. America's schools were as good or better than schools anywhere on earth. Our productivity was the highest, and the term Yankee Ingenuity was used in all seriousness. We were creative, and had the inventions to prove it. We built cars, hi-fi's, televisions, radios, motorcycles, and just about anything else you could think of, and we built them all with quality..." - (KPS reports) - (American Worker)


    Where the Good Jobs Are Going
Forget sweatshops. U.S. companies are now shifting high-wage work overseas, especially to India
- (reader link)


Buwh liar and/or puppet? (c) 2003 New Nation News

    Seattle: Boeing to Cut 4,000-5,000 More Workers

    Help kill open-border trade bills on floor
The immigration provisions of the Chile and Singapore free trade agreements provide for unlimited tech and professional work visas, indefinite extensions and absolutely zero protections to give American workers first crack at the jobs. The House and Senate are expected to vote on the trade agreements before the end of July.

    Boise Cascade buying OfficeMax
The Boise firm may move completely away from its timber and paper mill roots.
Boise has been shedding jobs to cut costs and lost $27.5 million

"it's too early to know if jobs cuts would be involved in the acquisition" - (link from Smedley Butler)
[Another American company is abandoning production in favor of marketing products made off-shore.]


Unemployed? Worried? Read This.
Guest column by Carl F. Worden
Carl F. Worden

  • Oracle to double hiring of Indians - ORACLE's chairman Larry Ellison said the company will more than double the number of software engineers it employs in India to more than 6000. - (link fixed)
  • Giant sucking sound is loss of high-tech jobs from U.S. - by John Talton - (Rick Dean)

  • Aliens are putting educated Americans out of work - by Donald Collins - (link fixed)
    When an issue gets really personal, such as having your son or daughter go fight the war in Iraq, you get involved. You pay attention. You care. Why aren't we paying attention to another invasion? This time an invasion of our own country. Let me explain.
    My sons, now both over 40, have been lucky about avoiding hot wars, too young for Vietnam, too old for the all-volunteer service.

    However, the current raging immigrant invasion of the United States has become for me very personal. One of my sons, an electrical engineering grad with 23 years of service to the same company and more than 30 patents to his credit, just sent me a letter in which he says:

    "My company is replacing 40 percent of our engineers with offshore people now at a 25 percent savings overall. Simultaneously, we are asked to work 50 to 100 percent faster. There will be burnout. These American engineers, who are advised they are to be let go shortly, have been instructed to train their offshore replacements. I guess there won't be as many affluent Americans to buy our products in the future."


    A lot of this outsourcing goes to India. A June 18 Christian Science Monitor article reported "India Winning Higher Status Jobs From U.S." U.S. companies used to send mundane data-processing jobs there, but now more and more "U.S. firms are farming out much more sophisticated work ... taking advantage of skilled accountants, market researchers, and medical technicians ... who work for nickels on the dollar." - (Rick Dean)

    Unemployment Rate Surges to 9-Year High

    American Airlines began laying off more than 3,100 flight attendants

    Hiring Survey Reveals Job Market Worst Since Early 1990s
Three out of four employers expect to cut jobs or hold off on hiring this summer, contributing to the worst employment market since the early 1990s, a new survey said Tuesday. About two-thirds of employers said they don't expect to hire any additional workers and 9 percent plan to eliminate jobs during the July-to-September quarter, according to the survey by Manpower Inc.

  • Pay, not ethnicity, issue
    We constantly hear that "undocumented workers do the work Americans won't do."
    This statement is dead wrong. It displays economic illiteracy. There are jobs that undocumented workers will do for $7 or $8 an hour. Americans won't sign up for these jobs at that level of pay.

Happy worker

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  Draft program to take back America for the benefit of Americans by NNN

  1. Round up and deport all illegal aliens
  2. Give all legal, foreign workers six months to leave the country
  3. Only American English will be spoken in all work places
  4. Ballots may only be printed in American English
  5. No foreign ownership of American businesses or property
  6. US to withdraw from all foreign economic treaties such as NAFTA, GATT, the World Bank, etc.
  7. Increase constitutional tariffs until they eliminate competition by foreign slave labor
  8. End all foreign aid and loans
  9. Abolish the private "Federal Reserve"
10. Stop paying usurious interest on the Federal Debt
11. A charge of Treason for theft, export or sale of American Technology
12. Illegal aliens may not transfer money out of US. Tourists may not leave with more than they came with.
13. Abolish income tax.
14. Prevent investment by American Citizens in competing foreign industry or technology
(may be revised or expanded...)


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