White American Workers Put Last Once Again
Non-Hispanic whites lost 986,000 jobs over the last year while 392,000 foreign-born Hispanic immigrants gained jobs, a new report from the Pew Hispanic Center has shown.
The 986,000 white job losses make up the overwhelming majority of the U.S.-born job loss total which reached 1.2 million over the past year, the report said.
The unemployment rate amongst whites rose during this time period from 7.7 percent to 8 percent.
Immigrant whites, on the other hand, gained 214,000 jobs, pushing their unemployment rate down from 7 percent to 6.3 percent. This figure must be taken with caution, as the federal government still officially classifies all North Africans and Middle Easterners as “Caucasian.”
As a result, the “real” white immigrant figure is probably less than the official estimate.
Some 656,000 new immigrants of all races and ethnicities gained work in the U.S., with 392,000 foreign-born Hispanic immigrants forming the largest block of that group.
Unemployment amongst the foreign-born Hispanic population fell from 11 percent to 10.1 percent in the same period this year, the report continued.
At the same time, the unemployment rate amongst U.S.-born Latinos rose from 12.9 percent to 14 percent, meaning that immigrant Hispanics appear to have even taken jobs from those born here.
That statistic by itself proves the fundamental flaw in the “cheap immigrant labor contributes to the economy” principle as all it does is add to the welfare burden on all sides.
The report went on to point out that the unemployment rate for immigrant workers fell from 9.3 percent to 8.7 percent, while for native-born workers, it rose from just over 9 percent to nearly 10 percent.
Even among ethnic groups, there were stark differences between the numbers of native- and foreign-born workers who found jobs between June last year and the same month this year.
The same dividing line between job gains and losses among native- and foreign-born was also seen in the non-Hispanic white population and among black Americans.
Employment for U.S.-born blacks fell by 142,000 in the first year of the recovery, pushing their unemployment rate up from 15.4 percent to more than 16 percent.
Unemployment fell from 11.4 percent to 10.7 percent among foreign-born blacks, meanwhile, as they gained 81,000 jobs.
Asians born in America were the only group in which “native-born” workers outperformed immigrants in the job market.
U.S.-born Asians gained 208,000 jobs in the 12 months since June 2009, while Asian immigrants lost 102,000 jobs in the same period.
On all accounts, then, white American workers have been put to the back of the queue — in the country which they and their forefathers created.
It is about time they gained a political voice to set all these wrongs right, and that voice is the American Third Position.
Category: Establishment News
If this traitorous government were to do its job and have these illegal aliens sent back to their countries of origin we could have full employment here.