Re: More on Immigration, Legal and Illegal
Tue, 24 Sep 1996 17:48:26 -0500

In article <>, allan <> wrote:
a question about a impertinent issue.

Th Author previously wrote:

> > The fresh blood is the immigrant who, by the way, is more
> > than eager to come to America where the streets are "paved
> > with gold" [yeah, right?], and who is more than eager to
> > accept below average wages in order to become established.
> > Meanwhile, the whites are being undercut and displaced; they
> > are sinking deeper into the EEO-impelled, societal multiway
> > tie for last place; are they are being reduced to collecting
> > welfare. The S's and the L's* sing the praises of immigrants
> > and their fueling of economic activity, then the S's and the
> > L's have the brazen effrontery to turn around and castigate
> > the whites for being poor white trash.

allan wrote:

> what about white immigrants?? i mean aren't there white immmigrants as
> well? in fact as of 1995 the largest group of immigrants are from
> european countries.
> how does this giure into the equation?

The Author responds:

This giures - I mean, figures into the equation on an "as is"
basis. Stop trying to instigate something.

By the way, any Economics student in high school knows that the
worst thing to do is to allow unrestrained immigration when
wages are headed downward in a country!

If anyone would like a free email copy of the multipart
treatise on the downward wage equalizing effects of
equal employment opportunity, send a brief, one line request

Hurry while the penet remailer is still forwarding email
to the "na" form of addresses!

"Government enforced wage equalization will work only in
the downward direction" - despite any initial appearance to
the contrary! And the most shocking thing of all is that the
least preferred job candidate doesn't even have to be awarded
a job for many phenomena to take place!