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Old 12-07-2005, 09:49 AM
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Default Re: US Job Loss - Economy Or NWO Design - You Decide

”Most” American Jobs Are Systematically Being Moved Over-Seas – :-o :-o :-o

The Blueprint For The American Worker’s Future – Is “Empty” ???

As “Most” American Jobs Continue To Systematically Being Moved Over-Seas… The Job Market Slaughter Continues…

GM Job Cuts Will Devastate US-Canada Cities
“Taken together with hourly and salaried job cuts already announced this year by GM, Ford and the auto parts makers Delphi and Visteon, Monday's announcement brings the total of auto jobs targeted for destruction to 60,000, and this does not take into account the impact of Ford's downsizing plan, to be made public in January. The number two US auto maker has made clear that it intends to eliminate thousands of jobs and permanently close a number of factories.”

The Vicious Downward Cycle Of The American Economy
“Free traders are resurrecting class war, not because they are Marxists but because they confuse free trade with global labor arbitrage. Free traders turn cold shoulders to US job losses from offshore outsourcing, because they mistake the losses for the beneficial workings of comparative advantage. Committed to a 200 year old theory that they no longer understand, free traders are cheering on the destruction of middle class jobs and the dismantling of the ladders of upward mobility that make large income disparities politically acceptable.”

The Incredible Shrinking Programmer
“The traditional free-market approach to acquiring more qualified applicants is to pay them more. This approach works wonders in attracting the best and brightest. The new paradigm is to hire people who will work for much less halfway across the globe. It works, to a degree, but it’s also short-sighted. Someday America will regret its loss of industrial capacity, as well as the loss of a significant percentage of its high-end service economy. Of course, short-term exigencies remain such that companies often feel they have no choice. We are mortgaging our futures for short-term gains that few benefit from today.”

IBM Sells PC Business To Red China Concern America Losing Economic War To Red China
“The purchase creates the first truly globalized -- as opposed to global -- corporation.”

The US Labor Force One Foot In The Third World
“In May the Bush economy eked out a paltry 73,000 private sector jobs: 20,000 jobs in construction (primarily for Mexican immigrants), 21,000 jobs in wholesale and retail trade, and 32,500 jobs in health care and social assistance. Local government added 5,000 for a grand total of 78,000.

Not a single one of these jobs produces an exportable good or service. With Americans increasingly divorced from the production of the goods and services that they consume, Americans have no way to pay for their consumption except by handing over to foreigners more of their accumulated stock of wealth. The country continues to eat its seed corn.

Only 10 million Americans are classified as "production workers" in the Bureau of Labor Statistics nonfarm payroll tables. Think about that.

The US with a population approaching 300 million has only 10 million production workers. That means Americans are consuming the products of other countries labor.”
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