Monday, December 9, 2013

America could learn from Arabian know-how

One thing that American politicians just about all agree on is that we simply can't deport illegal aliens. It's physically impossible. Maxwell's Demon has a cousin down there on the border — Maybe we can call him "McCain's Demon" — that efficiently effectuates millions of border-crossing events to the north, while at the same time absolutely prohibiting any such crossings to the south. Unlike his cousin, he increases entropy.  Cultural entropy, that is.

Even while Obama deports record numbers in his imagination and the imagination of all his sycophants (he's doing nothing of the kind, of course), he and all the little Democrats (except Dick Lamm) maintains that there is simply no way to get all these people on busses.  There aren't enough busses, or they're not comfortable enough, or something. And the Republicans almost strangle themselves nodding violently in agreement.

So American know-how is pretty limited these days. We can't go to the Moon any more, we can't even think about balancing our budgets, we can't get the children in our multicultural paradise to pass standardized tests, and not only can we not deport illegals, but we also can't prevent their entry in the first place.

But of course we're only White, Western people, and aren't that capable of accomplishing things.  Vox Day tells us about how much more skillful the advanced Arabian people are in such matters.  From his blog HERE.

Saudi Arabia performs the "impossible"

Isn't it amazing how other countries routinely appear to be able to do what we are informed is not only impossible, but outright unthinkable?
Teodros Adhanom, the Ethiopian foreign minister, has turned to Twitter almost every night for the last three weeks to tersely report the number of his countrymen expelled from Saudi Arabia.“Last night arrivals from Saudi reached 100,620,” he wrote on Friday, describing a fraction of one of the largest deportations in recent Middle East history. Riyadh has said it wants to forcibly expel as many as 2m of the foreign workers, including hundreds of thousands of Ethiopians, Somalis, Indians, Pakistanis and Bangladeshis, who make up around a third of the country’s 30m population.

At home, the exodus of illegal workers is being seen as the kingdom’s most radical labour market experiment yet. With one in four young Saudi males out of work, analysts applaud Riyadh’s determination to tackle the problem, but doubt the crackdown will achieve its objective, as Saudi nationals are unlikely to apply for menial jobs.
What a fascinating way to solve the unemployment problem! Get rid of the excess labor supply. Why, the next thing you know, someone will discover that the Law of Supply and Demand applies to the labor market! And if a country with a 30m population can expel 2m illegal workers in a civilized manner, then surely a country with 300m population is capable of expelling 20m of them.  Minnesota could be Somali-free within 15 days if they contracted the job out to the Saudis.

It's not a coincidence that after importing tens of millions of immigrants, the USA has gone into economic and demographic decline. The same is true of the UK and Western Europe. The facts are in. Mass immigration does not boost mature economies. It only speeds up their decline by reducing wages and forcing native workers to go into debt in order to try to maintain their standard of living until the debt limits are reached.

As for the unwillingness of Saudi nationals to apply for menial jobs, the Saudis might consider raising the wages and eliminating the subsidized unemployment.

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