Monday, July 30, 2018

Quote of the Decade:

Bernie Sanders,
July 28, 2015

Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders was interviewed by Ezra Klein of Vox, and Klein asked Sanders about "open borders."

Open borders" is a Koch brothers proposal — a right-wing proposal, which says essentially there is no United States. It would make everybody in America poorer - you're doing away with the concept of a nation state, and I don't think there's any country in the world that believes in that. (Source)
Mass replacement immigration to the European nations is an open borders policy implemented by globalist stooges and traitors across the West, including the three M's, May, Merkel and Micron, plus Trudeau and Obama.


Breitbart: Midterms: Billionaire Koch Brothers Threaten to Support Democrats Pushing Open Borders, Free Trade

1 comment:

  1. In the EU it is called 'Free Movement' Don't confuse this with immigration, it's different. All of the same problems, with none of the same benefits, to anyone.

    Free movement is the ability to go to ANY country in the EU to live, work etc and come back again. No permissions required. You can claim any out of work benfits in ANY country if you are out of work too.

    So, the down side is, areas of poverty and unemployment are not addressed, they lose what skilled workers they have and this compounds their problems. In areas that are slightly better off, wages are kept artificially low (and I mean unfeasibly low) by temporary workers being sourced overseas for even unskilled work like fruit picking and cleaning. Of course it affects skilled work too. So, overall, wages are artificially suppressed to infeasible levels. This in turn keeps inflation TOO low, prevents investment and causes the economy to stagnate and then become utterly dependent on imports from China at rock bottom rate, thereby killing the manufacturing sector.

    After a few years the economy is vulnerable to those supplying their good as they no longer have any capacity of their own. They couldn't compete even if they wanted to.

    The rich have invested in multi nationals which use group accounting methods to avoid and frankly evade taxation in most countries. You see this with Amazon and the like but it will become even MORE commonplace for smaller companies too. This means independent companies will not be able to compete and we see this already as retail companies are continuously going into liquidation. We are told this is because the can't compete with 'online' and for some, that may be partly true. But otherwise it is not, they are being squeezed out because they are unable to compete with companies who DON'T PAY TAX and who use cheap labour overseas and encourage their own operations to use labour sourced overseas at cut price rates.

    Therefore the rich get richer, the poor become beggars and the middle class become the poor...