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Plants and jobs exported to Mexico and China
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Please Sign the guestbook 'petition' to Boycott VF Jeanswear's move to Mexico
Breaking news on: plant closings - store closings - lost jobs - cut jobs - layoffs
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12 May 2005 archive
"Please join our nationwide movement to STOP Congress from approving the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA).
Although the immediate threat posed by CAFTA is job losses, the most important reason to oppose CAFTA is that it would be a steppingstone to the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA).  Congressional approval of the FTAA would spell the end of U.S. Independence and our American way of life.






  • Bill Gates Microsoft Wants End to Overseas Hiring Limits - (reader link)
    Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates urged the Bush administration and lawmakers to abolish immigration limits on foreign engineers who can be hired by U.S. companies, a sensitive subject among American technology workers watching their own jobs increasingly move overseas.

  • Chinese Immigrants Protest U.S. Job Loss
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Chinese immigrant workers marched through the streets of downtown San Francisco on Tuesday, shouting slogans and waving signs to protest the loss of garment jobs they say are being shipped to China. - (link updated)


    Job Drought Continues - by Paul Craig Roberts
In March the US economy created a paltry 111,000 private sector jobs, half the expected amount. Following a well-established pattern, US job growth was concentrated in domestic services: waitresses and bartenders, construction, administrative and waste services, and health care and social assistance.In the 21st century the US economy has ceased to create jobs in knowledge industries or information technology (IT). It has been a long time since any jobs were created in export and import-competitive sectors.

   The AgJOBS amendment would grant legal status to roughly 500,000 to 1 million illegal immigrants in farm work




  • Trade deficit soars
    The U.S. trade deficit climbed to $58.3 billion in January, the second-highest level in history, as Americans' appetite for foreign consumer products and automobiles hit record highs. The deficit with China was pushed higher by a surge in textile shipments, reflecting the end of global quotas. - (Not so much "Americans' appetitie" for cheap foreign goods as international corporations appetite for cheap slave labor.)



  • U.S. Trade Deficit at All-Time High
  • China is winning the trade war with the United States - at least 1.5 million Americans have lost their jobs
    A report by the Economic Policy Institute, a Washington-based think tank released Tuesday concluded that the rise in the U.S. trade deficit with China from 1989 to 2003 cost 1.5 million Americans their jobs. The report found that 199,000 new jobs were created by the growth in trade with China. But the number of jobs lost -- 1.7 million -- resulted in a net loss to American workers, it said.

    GM to cut workforce 7%

    Florida: Associates of Accused Palestinian Businessman Convicted of hiring illegal middle-eastern migrants
A jury has convicted a business partner and an accountant of a Palestinian-American businessman accused of hiring illegal immigrants to work at his Orlando-area tourist shops, finding the two men guilty on assorted conspiracy, fraud, tax-evasion and money-laundering charges. Mohammed Saleem Khanani, a partner of Jesse Maali in Big Bargain World and Sports Dominator stores and longtime accountant David Portlock, were convicted after an eight-week trial in Orlando's federal court.

Both men - and Maali - were charged with 53 counts of hiring illegal immigrants to work in their stores. Eighteen other charges alleged they conspired to use front companies to launder $4.4 million, secretly paid workers and failed to pay federal income and employment taxes.

Maali, 59 a millionaire gift-shop proprietor and owner of several restaurants, was severed from the case and his trial delayed so he could undergo treatment for lung cancer. Khanani, 53, was convicted on 60 counts, including 42 of the 53 original counts of hiring illegal immigrants. The jury also found that Khanani hired the undocumented workers - many from the Middle East - to gain "competitive advantage" over other International Drive merchants.

    Pest Experts Want to Slow Spread of Asian 'Free-Trade' Bio-Terror Beetle
Ohio -- Scientists suspect the insect arrived in cargo ships from Asia about a decade ago. A tree-killing beetle that wiped out millions of ash trees in Michigan has grabbed a foothold in Toledo, and pest experts now are focused on stopping it from spreading through the Midwest. New infestations discovered in the last few months indicate that the beetle called the emerald ash borer is moving south into Ohio.  

    Work Permits on Hold for Foreign Nurses
"The Philippines are our major source of imported nurses, and we've been doing that at a clip of thousands a year for a while now,"

    link noticed 5 Dec 2004Buy American! Save American Jobs! Boycott Walmart!
  • Tired of seeing America's jobs being exported?
  • Sick of buying products Made In China?
  • Wonder why WalMart seems to be ruling the roost?
  • Notice that your local merchants are closing down?
  • Is your Main Street turning into a ghost town?
  • Know anyone who lost their job when the plant closed?
  • Wonder if your job is secure?


  A Jobless Recovery? - Immigrant Gains and Native Losses
The recovery from the recession of 2001 has been described as “jobless.” In fact, an analysis of the latest Census Bureau data shows that between March of 2000 and March of 2004, the number of adults working actually increased, but all of the net change went to immigrant workers.
(NNN Invasion)


  FAX CONGRESS FREE about the impact of H-1B visas on American workers
American unemployedSome 18 million Americans and legal workers currently cannot find full-time jobs in the United States.
More than 100,000 American programmers are unemployed. When those who are underemployed or working in other jobs because they cannot find programming jobs, the total grows to about half a million.
At the same time, more than 450,000 H-1B workers are employed as programmers in the United States. U.S. employers are cutting jobs at the same time they are importing H-1B workers to fill the remaining jobs. - (DQ-list)

  • Vets' New Fight: Getting Jobs Back
    Increasing numbers of National Guard and Reserve troops who have returned from war in Iraq and Afghanistan are encountering new battles with their civilian employers at home. Jobs were eliminated, benefits reduced and promotions forgotten.




   Link to NNN American Worker from Republican EXPORTING AMERICA page

   link noticed 18 April
Congress supplies Cheap foreign Labor for Corporate America
Corporate America funds Congressional Campaigns


   American Worker Journal - Issue: April 9, 2004
News, commentary, and actions critical to fighting American worker replacement programs.
Stop the loss of American jobs to cheaper foreign labor!

A Publication of

  Johnson Controls to cut 885 positions, shift visor production to Mexico  - (Hellcat) - (American Worker)
Illiterate illegal Mexican peasant scabs in - high-paying American union industrial jobs out - "FREE TRADE- no borders"

H. Millard

  New Delhi -- Secretary of State Colin Powell promotes outsourcing of American jobs to India
Our LeadersPowell said Tuesday that outsourcing American jobs to India and other nations cannot be stopped. Increasingly, U.S. corporations are transferring service-sector and technology jobs to countries such as India, where labor costs are lower.
- (awyattmann) - (American Worker)
The ''Exporting Jobs'' Scam
by Harry Browne


VDARE: Outsourcing: A New Occupational Hazard, by Paul Craig Roberts

  Record high for US trade deficit
The politically sensitive trade deficit with China increased to $11.5bn, up from $9.9bn in December.

    National Data: Americans losing jobs to Latino Immigrants, by Edwin S. Rubenstein

   Can you help this LA Times reporter with an offshoring story? - from



3 March 2004 archived
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Whoopee ti yi yo, bring em on  little dogies
H. Millard


   Boycott VF Jeanswear's move to Mexico
I lost my job 12-19-2002. It makes me sick how they made us put those stickers on each pair of jeans that said "PROUD TO BE MADE IN THE USA" That was the mid-80's and at lot changed with that company since then.
We all have President Clinton to thank for his concern in Foreign Trade. As far as I am concerned he was NO president!
Lisa Strassner
Virginia, USA

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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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