Friday 11 June 2010

Capitalism Wakes up to Cheap Immigrant Labour

Finally Capitalism is waking up the fact that importing low IQ, low skilled, unqualified cheap labour and exporting via White Flight the most intelligent, skilled and hard working people that actually run businesses is a total disaster.

The West have imported in low skilled, low IQ dullards from around the world - and now the national gene pool is polluted with low IQ people who are of no use to an evolving national economy based on High Technology manufacturing and computer technology - especially one that is about to be based on robotics instead of cheap labour immigrants.

Reliance on cheap labour and mass immigration is the industrial model of the past for the future industries will be based on robotics not immigrants.

We dont need any immigrants any more -as technology has made them superfluous, and their low IQ's economically damaging and socially disastrous.

A controversial board member of Bundesbank has come under fire for claiming immigrants are making Germany ‘dumber in a simple way’.

Thilo Sarrazin told a business group in Frankfurt that people arriving in the country from Turkey, the Middle East and Africa are less educated than those from other nations.

The 65-year-old added: ‘There’s a difference in the reproduction of population groups with varying intelligence.’

In his speech this week, Mr Sarrazin, a former finance minister, cited what he called ‘ample statistics’ for proof.

He said the fact that immigrants tend to have more children than Germans - who have the lowest birthrate in Europe - meant this caused ‘a different propagation of population groups with different intelligence because parents pass their intelligence on to their children’.

Susanne Kreutzer, a spokesman for Bundesbank, said the comments are ‘the personal views of Mr. Sarrazin’ and declined to comment further.

But there is speculation now that his views may make his position on the bank‘s board untenable.

Mr Sarrazin, who joined the Bundesbank in May 2009 after seven years as Berlin’s finance minister, came under pressure to resign in October 2009 after he described Muslim children as ‘underclass’ citizens.

‘I don’t have to accept someone who lives off a state they reject, doesn’t properly take care of the education of his children and keeps producing more little girls in headscarves,’ Mr Sarrazin told Lettre International journal.

‘That goes for 70 per cent of the Turkish and 90 per cent of the Arabic population of Berlin.’

He added that they were not fit for much other than ‘fruit and vegetable selling’.

He later apologised for the comments, which Bundesbank president Axel Weber said had damaged the central bank’s reputation.

Mr Sarrazin has made no moves to say sorry for his latest remarks.

A spokesman for a Muslim group in Berlin said; ‘He is a tired old white Christian male full of prejudice and few ideas.’

Last week a survey was released by the government and a criminal statistics organisation which claimed that young Muslim men in Germany were more prone to violence through conservative Islamic teaching.

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Anonymous said...

Good luck to him.

Anonymous said...

As usual, Lee is dead right.
We hear constant moans that employers are 'short' of various grades of menial worker, but economically speaking this is pure bull-shit.
If there really was a shortage of unskilled labour, then the wage rates for such labour wouldn't be so contemptibly low as it is today - the market sets such things purely by the law of supply and demand.