February 12, 2015
The saga of impenetrable stupidity continues.
Full speed ahead, Captain Diversity!
The United States has accepted two new immigrants for each additional job created since 2000, according to federal data.
The data shows that 18 million legal and illegal immigrants settled in the United States from 2000 to 2015, while only 9.3 million additional jobs were created, according to the Center for Immigration Studies, which favors a reduced level of immigration.
After subtracting deaths, departures and retirements among the immigrants, the working-age population of immigrants has grown 12 million since 2000, according to data at the Bureau of Labor Standards, said Steve Camarota, the author of the CIS study.
That’s equal to three years of American births.
The population of Americans aged 16 to 65 also grew by 16 million from 2000 to 2014, Camarota told The Daily Caller.
That overall population of working-age immigrants and native-born Americans increased by 28 million, which is three times the number of jobs added since 2000.
Meanwhile, automation is continually cutting out jobs from the workplace at an astonishing rate, and that isn’t going to stop any time soon.
What we are creating is a situation where we are going to have a massive population of welfare monkeys feeding off of a super-modern technological system. Eventually, social policy demanding that monkeys be put in high positions of power will cause the technological system to breakdown, as these people have proved consistently they are utterly incapable of managing such systems – if they were capable, they would do it in their own countries, we are sending them all the technologies and they are just all “how do I used machines?”
It is really a hilarious situation, in all honesty – this clash between technology and utterly primitive people, and the fact that the people creating and operating the technologies refuse to acknowledge the obvious reality that we are headed full speed toward an incomprehensible disaster.