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High-Skilled Immigration and Imminent Cries of Discrimination

…thanks to decades of mass unfiltered immigration from the third world. Because then there won’t even be an America left for immigrants to assimilate to. It will have become the perfect, soulless, late stage capitalist corporation, where you get an email every two weeks reminding you that your company culture exists, which consists of a logo, a slogan, and pictures of happy, diverse people sitting around computers or tables. Is that the world you want to live in?

President Donald Trump’s address to Congress featured a very, foreign shall we say, approach to immigration reform. The idea that the United States should focus on high-skilled immigration and explicitly reduce low-skilled immigration is not something popular with the manager class of the United States. Since the national origins quotas were ended in the 1960s, immigration to the United States has not been a program of demographic balancing but of social justice and virtue signaling. No matter how alien, how dependent, or how unemployable, everyone around the world was invited to fulfill Emma Lazarus’s poem on the pedestal of Lady Liberty, to create Israel Zangwill’s melting pot. Family unification (as if we are responsible for immigrants leaving their families behind) or diversity lottery visa programs (yes, actually a real thing) were America’s immigration goals, not Australian- or Canadian-style points systems.

But the latter sound increasingly plausible if this is what Trump’s speechwriters are feeding him:

Protecting our workers also means reforming our system of legal immigration. The current, outdated system depresses wages for our poorest workers, and puts great pressure on taxpayers. Nations around the world, like Canada, Australia and many others — have a merit-based immigration system. It is a basic principle that those seeking to enter a country ought to be able to support themselves financially. Yet, in America, we do not enforce this rule, straining the very public resources that our poorest citizens rely upon. According to the National Academy of Sciences, our current immigration system costs America’s taxpayers many billions of dollars a year. Switching away from this current system of lower-skilled immigration, and instead adopting a merit-based system, will have many benefits: it will save countless dollars, raise workers’ wages, and help struggling families — including immigrant families — enter the middle class. I believe that real and positive immigration reform is possible, as long as we focus on the following goals: to improve jobs and wages for Americans, to strengthen our nation’s security, and to restore respect for our laws.

In other words, Trump’s immigration policies are less of a social experiment in how much ethnic fracturing and wanton despoiling of our accumulated wealth is sustainable and more of what the Democrats are going to call “discrimination against Hispanic and Latino communities.” We all know high-skilled immigration means White people!

Now as an evil racist Trump supporter who knows a thing or two about these things,  allow me to clarify:

First of all, all immigration policies involve discrimination. It’s a lot like dating. There’s a reason you turn down one person for someone else (or no one), often multiple reasons. And as in love, you are going to have to live with these people for a long time if you say yes. By choosing who to date or marry, you chose who not to date or marry. By choosing who is allowed to immigrate, you are choosing who is not allowed to immigrate. Of course, you could just allow anyone to enter at will without restriction, but that would imply your government is no longer sovereign over its territory. Such an open policy means you essentially have no freedom to choose and are at the mercy of the choices of others (who do not have your best interests in mind, only theirs). You must consent; you are not allowed to discriminate. The implications are unsettling if applied to other spheres of interpersonal life, so why is immigration—the peopling of your community—treated any differently? Someone has to win and someone has to lose. The losers this time are Mayan peasants and Arab medievalists.

Second, we have no obligation to admit people simply because they want to be admitted. Suppose I wanted to visit France as a tourist but could not afford to go. You’d tell me to save my money so I could make the trip someday, or go to EPCOT. Now, suppose I wanted to move to France with no means of affording it, and stay there permanently. You’d laugh. But that’s pretty much the current immigration policy of the United States. Now of course, we don’t let everyone in who wants to come, and we don’t catch everyone who comes in illegally. And not every immigrant is on welfare, no, but immigrant-headed households receive public welfare at a higher rate than native-headed ones (especially if non-Whites are disaggregated). But this notion that foreigners, let alone destitute foreigners, somehow have a right to access the United States and receive cash transfers from us simply because they want to, and that suggesting this should not be so makes you morally repugnant, is absurd. If the United States is a sovereign country, it does not have to open its gates to everyone who walks up to them, and it certainly does not have to donate its public resources to people who are not part of our commons.

Third, high-skilled immigration is merit-based, not race-based. Cry racism against Hispanics and Latinos all you want, it’s not our fault that most high-skilled immigration comes from elsewhere. And speaking of elsewhere, it’s not all going to come from Europe either, not by a long-shot. This is not a “White supremacist” policy. This is in fact the opposite; it is a policy where anyone can be qualified. Most of the immigrants this policy would net are in all likelihood going to be East Asian or Indian, which should make for interesting debates about racism given that Asians are the census-defined racial group with the highest median household income per capita in the United States. In simple English, Mr. Chang makes more money than Mr. Smith, because his skills pay more. Racism is privilege plus power right? Now, you’re probably going to say one of two things, that Asians [the highest earning group] are people of color and therefore not racist [or powerful], or that immigration restrictions are based on racism, maybe both.

The sharper leftists will then pivot and say that there is a paternal, model-minority sort of racism to willing to accept high-earning Asian immigrants but not poorer (and darker-skinned) Hispanic/Latino, Middle Eastern, and African migrants. But if we wheel back to points one and two, we see that we should be allowed to as a country pick and choose who we want to let in. The Constitution and our laws do not apply to people who aren’t even inside the United States yet. And since the requirements of a merit-system are not race-based, crying racism is futile.

But you know what, maybe they are on to something. Saying this group of totally alien outsiders are okay because they have money and this other group who are equally foreign are not acceptable is a little crude. Maybe we should focus on countries which are the least foreign in terms of culture, language, heritage, society, and economic development relative to the United States and then pick from their populations who we let in. If race is as important as we are told it is in America, maybe we should listen. I mean, wouldn’t it just be terrible if all those high-performing Asian immigrants had to experience racism from the under-performing White natives? Is that the society you want to live in? Race- and ethnicity-based immigration policies might actually give us better results, because the people selected would have the least difficultly fitting in, and more importantly we would not be basing our criteria on something as cold and mercenary as “Do you provide economic value to our country?” We’d have to truly ask “Can you belong here?”

This has been done before. When people say immigration restriction is un-American or spout other anti-native nonsense, they are ignoring the Northern European character of most immigration from 1600-1890, and the explicitly pro-Northern European immigration quotas enacted from 1921 to 1965. If anything, restriction is an American tradition, not open borders. What Trump proposes then, is in fact rather milquetoast. He wants to tighten up the requirements for sure, but very little thought seems to be given beyond economic concerns regarding labor and internal job competition and wages. These are important issues to be sure, and they are the issues that win elections. But they are not the issues that make or break nations. Those issues are going to become increasingly unavoidable as the country tilts towards becoming “minority-majority” thanks to decades of mass unfiltered immigration from the third world. Because then there won’t even be an America left for immigrants to assimilate to. It will have become the perfect, soulless, late stage capitalist corporation, where you get an email every two weeks reminding you that your company culture exists, which consists of a logo, a slogan, and pictures of happy, diverse people sitting around computers or tables. Is that the world you want to live in?

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kenpachi55
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Indians? it doesn’t take skill to program, just desperation or willingness to sit and write code all day for moderate wages. plenty of americans can do that but for only 50k I rather get some fresh air and do construction. his skills pay more cause we are flooded with Mexican that can do blue collar work. anyone can run the systems now that our father set it up so well. east Asian fuks techs and Mexicans the blue. we don’t need anyone we need a fair market to motivate people

Aedra Daedra
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ali reza
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Trump has married off his kids to various Jewish Zionists. Their travel ban let’s every filthy Arab (new order will even let in Iraqis) in but not Iranians who have not killed anyone in US because Israel wants it. If anything Iranians who are basically white are the only ones banned. Now he wants more Chinese and Indians.

ali reza
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import of legal Indian and Chinese scientists and engineers is also too high. A nation of 300 million does not need over 50% its PhDs in engineering to go to foreigners. It is a vicious cycle, import more, more Americans leave the field and then you can claim a shortage and import even more… If the highest intelligence in a society does not pay the way it should, there will be less kids born with it. It is selection for now but later it will become (de)evolution. The token imports will not fix the change in values that propagates throughout… Read more »
Gubbler Chechenova
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So, Charles Murray got shout off the stage because he’s ‘nazi’ or ‘fascist’ or something. And a woman was attacked and ended up in a neck brace. All this ‘nazi’ and ‘fascist’ talk is so tiresome. I am the only true fascist, and it’s getting so stupid for every side to accuse the other side of being ‘fascist’. The fact is WE ARE ALL FASCISTS, but since I’m the only one who is honest about it, I’m the only true fascist. There are many different meanings to fascism. But as it is used today, it means the ‘gangsterism of power’.… Read more »
CCRyder
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We need to halt all immigration. NO EXCEPTIONS.
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Gubbler Chechenova
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So, Charles Murray got shout off the stage because he’s ‘nazi’ or ‘fascist’ or something. And a woman was attacked and ended up in a neck brace. All this ‘nazi’ and ‘fascist’ talk is so tiresome. I am the only true fascist, and it’s getting so stupid for every side to accuse the other side of being ‘fascist’. The fact is WE ARE ALL FASCISTS, but since I’m the only one who is honest about it, I’m the only true fascist. There are many different meanings to fascism. But as it is used today, it means the ‘gangsterism of power’.… Read more »
Aedra Daedra
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SLCain
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“……where you get an email every two weeks reminding you that your company culture exists, which consists of a logo, a slogan, and pictures of happy, diverse people sitting around computers or tables. Is that the world you want to live in?” That is indeed the essence of most large organizations in contemporary America. Fake tableaux of smiling diverse people sitting around a glass-table in a gleaming modernist office, pointing at a power-point chart. White men, if they are there at all, are few, or in the back and slightly blurred. Corporate diversity officers (i.e., parasites) think that this is… Read more »
SLCain
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“First of all, all immigration policies involve discrimination. It’s a
lot like dating………..Such an open policy means you
essentially have no freedom to choose and are at the mercy of the
choices of others (who do not have your best interests in mind, only
theirs). You must consent; you are not allowed to discriminate. The
implications are unsettling if applied to other spheres of interpersonal
life, so why is immigration—the peopling of your community—treated any
differently?”

Open borders IS rape-culture.

craicher
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I happen to live in China. I can tell you that the Chinese are a pretty nice, family oriented people. That being said, they are following their biological emperative to expand and conquer new territory. Allowing them to conquer our lands is suicide in the long run. Allowing them to undercut our wages is suicide in the short term. And because their women are submissive and feminine a process of race mixing will inevitably begin, particularly with white men who have little success with white women or men who are sick of what white western women have become. But like… Read more »
Lucy Lipinska
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I couldn’t agree more. And I especially dislike their treatment of animals, in this regard the Chinese are no better than folks from MENA. No room for barbaric treatment of sentient creatures in a truly civilized society, if you ask me and other Whites with self-respect.

craicher
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btw, I used to live in Poland and I also speak Swedish.

craicher
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I like them. But they look like mutants and don’t give a damn about this planet.

Y Finkelstein
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Your post lends credence to the theory that the Chinese, while intelligent, are really not that much smarter than Whites. They just engage in massive cheating and studying to pass the test. This is not surprising, for it is ingrained in their culture going back thousands of years with the Confucian civil service exams. A wellborn Celestial hoped to become a Civil Servant in Imperial China and and studied hard to pass the exams.

ThomasER916
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“ingrained in their culture”

Culture is a racial construct.

craicher
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Yep, rote memorization to pass the test. They can recite Hamlet backwards but it’s all of course meaningless. Being smart is not very useful if you don’t also have a creative spark and will. Being able to memorize things may make you a good automaton though. If I could have a society of slaves I would choose the Chinese.

Robert Bruce
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It doesn’t mean white people when you talk of highly skilled workers, it means Asians most likely. Quit trying to sugar coat Trump, he is a massive fraud. The Alt Right needs to keep his feet to the fire, just as if Hilary won. He said he was going to drain the Swamp, but just filled it again with the same types that W and Barak had in there. He throws you some bones and you are all so fawning over this guy. This guy is still a big ? and you think you know what he is doing, when… Read more »
Irving
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the reality is that this isn’t going to lead to any white immigration, it might conceivably even reduce what white immigration there is. europeans are (on average) skilled, but this isn’t the only thing that matters. high-skill immigration basically means high-iq *young* male immigrants – and tell me, with europe’s birth rates being what they are, where are those young high-iq european male immigrants going to come from? the reality is that roughly 65% of the immigrants under the new standards will be asians, mostly east asian and indian. you’ll have some russians come in, and then some euros, increasingly… Read more »
Lucy Lipinska
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When looking at the the crew he surrounded himself with, I think you’re right, Robert. Many people are now so desperate that they do not want to see that the swamp is not being drained.

listenupbub
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I kind of like Mexicans, because they are the most likely of all minorities to vote Republican. Being Christian allows them to be humble enough to become loyal to their country, despite this country hating them so much.

I’d rather kick out the infinity Asians in our universities.

ThomasER916
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“I kind of like Mexicans, because they are the most likely of all minorities to vote Republican.”

Then move to Mexico, because Mexicans are a net loss of our country just like they are in Mexico. In fact, if there were no Mexicans America would be richer, safer, and more Republican.

Y Finkelstein
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Do we really want to be swamped by Asian or Indian computer nerds?

You always hear about the critical shortage in the STEM fields. Well why the hell should we encourage kids to get STEM degrees if cheap immigrant labor is going to arrive to steal their jobs under this “Merit based immigration system”?

How about ZERO net immigration for a long period of time.

ali reza
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I agree. Trump is a tool of the super rich. He has come to channel the anger of the people away from the oligarchy and maintain their hold on power. His immigration policy is what they wanted and could not get.

Lucy Lipinska
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Absolutely, Y Finkelstein. Even though mass influx of unskilled (primitive) people does overshadow other concerns, turning the blind eye to the fact that replacement of Whites with Asians – just because the latter got educated – is far from healthy to our White civilization. Is see it as a more insidious way to make our societies “multicultural”, i.e. non-White.

VictoryOrValhalla
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Race doesn’t exist, but racism, that’s a real, super huge problem. By being a racist, you are someone who is afraid of an abstract concept that doesn’t actually exist. So how can border restrictions and immigration qualifications be racist? Dumb as fuck leftists. We need to freeze virtually all immigration, then cut “social welfare” aka parasites completely. Importing “highly skilled” Indian doctors and programmers is just as toxic as importing degenerate knuckle-dragging darkies. People like me that want to get into fields saturated and raped by “highly skilled” Indians while living in a cesspool of Blacks and Muslims don’t exactly… Read more »
internetjw
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My local Indian doctor’s clinic is run entirely by family members, none of whom speak English worth a damn, and everybody knows that their clinic is crooked and double dips. Highly skilled my ass.

uiterstrechts
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The grounds for indiscriminate third world immigration are crumbling. High IQ nationalism will be the next outpost for Jewish subversion. It has a smooth track record of destroying white spaces. (Have you ever heard about any recent race riots in Vancouver?)

Hipster Racist
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They already have that ground pretty well covered actually. HBD, AmRen’s “Northern Alliance,” “Neo-Reaction.” In fact all that was going swimmingly except White Nationalism got a new life as “Alt Right” and they just couldn’t shut up people discussing the Jewish Problem.

MylesStandish
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Yes, we need a lot more “high skilled” immigration from Asia, that’s how we can make America Great Again. Poor Kushner’s only made ~$50 million from the U.S. EB 5 visa program which doles out green cards to wealthy gooks in exchange for them buying real estate. If we consider inflation and the rising cost of bagels, it’s pretty clear that the current program is anti-semitic. Now we have a chance to funnel more money to the Kushners and bring in more of these precious “high-skilled” mongols. Thank you Trump!

eyeslevel
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Africa for the Africans, Asia for the Asians, white countries for EVERYBODY!? Everyone gets a homeland but white people? Nothing fair about that. White people are the ones being discriminated against.

Fred
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Plus, I do not believe Trump on this occasion. I believe he wants to sell us amnesty under the auspicious of the grand immigration reform.

If you can’t stop immigration, you can’t get it proportionally to today’s ethnic composition of the country, leave it as it is. Just enforce the current law.

Fred
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Some would argue that the merit-based system is a step in the right direction. Some may say it would attract White South Africans or Eastern Europeans. It might.

I argue that we would have Chinatowns and New Bangalores in a every small town USA right next to the hood and Mexicoland. Eventually, we will have to divide this country not in three pieces but in five or six.

Furthermore, the requirements will be dropped for Sub-Saharan Africans, as it SHOULD be in the way of affirmative act, and we will have more Nigerians, Somalis and Zulus in this country.

Merick Kaner
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Trump: “Nick Adams new book, Green Card Warrior, is a must read. The merit-based system is the way to go. Canada, Australia!” So it seems Labor Mobility will be the next shoe to drop in the free market saga. Trump will be a one term President.

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