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Call your Senators ASAP to oppose S386, which needs to have public hearings and be debated rather than rammed through: https://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm?OrderBy=state&Sort=ASC
Immigration voice, which is a group by and for dominant-upper caste migrants from India, and wannabe migrants, is asking people from India to call US Senator Perdue of Georgia to ask him to remove his block on S386.
Americans: Please call Senator Perdue and thank him for blocking S386, ask him to keep blocking it, and demand public hearings. Americans need the right to work in their own country. People from India have a home called India, where they can work.
This is more than about Georgia. This impacts immigration over the entire United States!
US Senator Perdue contact
Washington, DC 20510
p: (202) 224-3521
f: (202) 228-1031
p: (404) 865-0087
f: (404) 816-3435
If people from India think they own the country before they even are citizens, we don’t want to imagine how they will act once they are citizens. We have seen some of that already, however, from earlier waves of migrants. There’s nothing like being told by an immigrant that they MUST have your job to stay in the country, whereas multigenerational Americans have no place else to go work, with few exceptions. Many Americans lack the means to seek employment out of state. Only by numbers can we fight these rich arrogant immigrants from abroad who want to come take American jobs.
What sort of untouchable do you want to be? Like the untouchables of India or like the American untouchables who took down Al Capone?
See Immigration Voice tweet here: https://archive.li/U7xPr
Immigration Voice is by and for India, as can be seen here: https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2019/09/19/immigration-voice-by-indias-migrants-for-indias-migrants-not-for-the-public-good-nonprofit-status-should-be-challenged/
This is how they operate and why there are so many trying to come, apart from the sheer quantity of people living in India. It explains that they think that they have a “right” to immigrate here: https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2019/09/22/caste-kinship-the-realisation-of-american-dream-high-skilled-telugu-india-migrants-in-the-usa/
Lifting the employment based per country Green Card Caps and doubling family joining cap, with S386, means that almost all of these new citizens slots (and possibly more) will be for India until they get tired of moving to the United States. This is because green cards quickly convert to citizenship. Furthermore, some of the family joining cap is “permeable” meaning that the numbers will probably be higher. It is more likely that people will bring their entire family from India, for instance, than from countries which are prosperous and low population.
It’s not just Tech Workers, but no one seemed to have noticed until it hit Tech Workers. https://www.ustechworkers.com The biggest victims of US immigration policy have been African Americans and American women who were promised equal rights in the 1960s and had their rights undermined by the massive dumping of immigrant workers from the entire world upon our shores, which started ca 1969. These often wealthy immigrants have wrapped themselves in the mantle of “minority” stealing from true minority groups.
Please note that by India owned and operated that we mean people with their roots in India. Because “Indians” in the United States are the indigenous peoples, it is very difficult to find an understandable term which covers people with their roots in India. US treaties say “Indians” and not American Indian and not Native American. So, it’s very important to make clear who we are talking about. Read about India’s Kris Pal Singh and Holtec if you doubt that we have a problem in the United States. And, let’s be clear: we would have opposed letting Trump’s mother and the Trumps in, too, if asked. Why was his mother allowed to immigrate during the Great Depression, when Americans were starving? It is absurd.