Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Oklahoma Unemplyment Rate Drops

We have been told over and over again that illegal aliens only do the jobs that Americans won’t do. Of course, it is an outrageous lie. It is a twisted myth designed to convince Americans that if we didn’t have illegal aliens then life in the United States would grind to a halt. Without illegal aliens, crops would rot in the fields, meat would rot in the packing houses and none of our hotel rooms would ever get clean.

Who do they think were doing those exact jobs before the illegal aliens hit the employment line? Well, when the cobwebs and smog is removed from our brains the answer becomes clear - it was Americans picking apples, butchering the chickens, cutting our grass, washing our windows and vacuuming our hotel rooms. Of course, not all illegal aliens are stooped over rows of cabbage in a farm field. Others have moved into the construction and trucking industry. Americans are not afraid of hard work, in spite of the war propaganda against American labor distributed by the media and traitorous politicians. For example the very hard and dangerous coal mining industry has few, if any, illegal aliens.

It isn’t hard work which Americans are fearful of, but depressed wages brought about by the presence of millions of exploitable low income laborers. So, many employers will hire low wage illegal aliens while hard working native born Americans are left looking for a job which adds to the unemployment figures.

According to the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics we have a Nationwide unemployment of 5.1 percent, however unemployment in Oklahoma has dropped to 3.1 percent. Why? Certainly the tough pro-American protection laws enacted by Oklahoma law makers has been a contributing factor.

In 2007 the Oklahoma legislature approved House Bill 1804, named the Oklahoma Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act and it has been described by USA Today as "arguably the nation’s toughest state law targeting illegal immigration." As a result there is nothing in Oklahoma to attract illegal aliens which leaves the job market open to all those "lazy" Americans that "won’t" work making Oklahoma’s unemployment rate far below the national average.

The Oklahoma law imposes strict penalties on employers who knowing hire illegal aliens. Also in Oklahoma it is a felony to transport or shelter illegal aliens. The law also forbids issuing driver licenses, social benefits to the illegals or their families and it gives state and local police the authority to enforce federal immigration laws.

State Representative Randy Terrill said, "Oklahoma is not longer OK for illegal aliens. The bottom line is illegal aliens will not come here if there are no jobs waiting for them. They will not stay here if there is no government subsidy, and they won’t stay here if they know that if they ever encounter our state and local enforcement officers, they will be physically detained until they are deported."

Good for Oklahoma! Maybe other states will get the message and send that message to the federal government.

Saturday evening is youth night at the Christian Revival Center and so if any of you live nearby we would like to have you. Also we plan of having Don Black, of Stormfront Radio speaking at the Christian Revival Center on Sunday, May 4th. If you live within driving distance this would be a good opportunity to come and meet Don Black. Contact me if you need directions - 870-427-3414.
If you are subscriber to The Crusader or The Torch and yo move, please notify us directly. Submitting a change of address with the post office is not sufficient. The posy office only forward FIRST CLASS MAIL. The Torch and Crusader are mailed THIRD CLASS and if you move the post office will not forward them to your new address and will simply dump them in the trash. We have no idea what your new address is or even if you moved. The post office does not notify us. This is common for ALL third class mail.

If you subscribe to The Crusader notify us of your new address by writing to:
The Crusader
P. O. Box 2222
Harrison, AR 72601
If you are a subscriber to The Torch notify us of your new address by writing to:
The Torch
P. O. Box 354
Bergman, AR 72615

If you subscribe to both then you will need to notify BOTH address. The mailing addresses for The Torch and The Crusader are on different computers, at different locations and handled by different people. Both must be informed of your new address separately.
If you call me at 870-427-3414 I can take care of both over the telephone.

No comments: