I’ve asserted many times that cheap labor is only a distant benefit of importing chicken helots. The primary GloboCorp impetus for mass immigration is to cultivate consumption. Housing, appliances, phone, electric, textiles, trinkets, cable, condoms and carbohydrates: the more squatters get moved in, the more retail inventory gets moved out.
Just ask yourself how many iPhones a Somali in Mogadishu purchases compared to one in Minneapolis. The delta between those two figures represents the direct corporate motivation to engage in selfless migrant humanitarianism.
This is what many on the right don’t well digest. If there were zero labor depression, big business would still agitate for succulent migration purely for its effect on consumption. The only way to blunt that inducement is to offer all the Earth’s deprived a welfare suite except those living in America. This would reverse the domestic consumption multiplier, making Abu (and obviously Jerome as well) more useful to the business class out of our country rather than in. Implement such a program and you would witness CEOs personally packing migrants in coal-cars the next morning.
Latino and Asian immigrants pump nearly $100 billion into NJ economy
And penis enlargement pills pump over a $100 million into the American Economy.
I don’t know what action these two statements are supposed to incentivize; though in principle they should be the same.
But if we enthusiastically reported that Africans pump $481 billion into the Nigerian economy, then our readers should infer that Nigeria could use more Africans. Because if 192 million of them can do that much pumping, then a billion Nigerians could pump substantially more. And if a billion Nigerians were pumping let’s say a trillion dollars, then they would really need more Africans at that point.
So just remember two items: 1) The more something consumes the more of it you need. 2) Citing raw economic output in service to replacement narratives is the cheapest form of sophistry. And thus why it’s the one most commonly sold.
And you know how much we enjoy a bargain.
More than 40 percent of New Jersey’s chemists and physicians are foreign born, and over 40 percent of our scientists and engineers are foreign born, and 1 out of 5 New Jersey businesses are owned by foreign born entrepreneurs.
I remember reading about when 100% of the Congo’s chemists and physicians were foreign born. But I don’t remember reading accolades from the left about it. Though on presumption of the unprincipled exception, New Jersey could surely approach an American-free professional class, like Africa has for instance, if only the author could motivate more of them to sleep on the ocean’s floor.
Similar to the ridiculous ads in old Spiderman books, this sort of piece is as common as it is comical. It’s like a thief claiming he’ll get better gas mileage out of your car; so give us the keys, por favor. In any event, I’m sure a nontrivial number of New Jersyans nodded along at the notion that The Economy is their Marine Corps: If it lives forever, then you live forever.
So much pumping from those immigrants. I’m getting verklempt just thinking about it.