The interests of the Jews and the interests of the white American working and middle class are not the same. Honestly, you should be able to recognize that fact without fear of being labeled antisemitic.
The offensive “Sholomo Shecelberg” meme illustrates a point. Which is that Jewish stereotypes about money are often true.
Excerpt from Breitbart
Jeff Bezos’ Editorial Board at the Washington Post is complaining that there aren’t enough Americans who want to work low-end jobs, so the government needs to import more foreign replacements.
“Typically the [immigrants] do jobs — tending crops, washing dishes, mowing lawns — that native-born Americans do not want,” the Post claimed.
The Post’s authors are so out of touch they don’t realize that Americans have willingly done those jobs for more than 300 years, and that millions of Americans have gone on a virtual strike because low-end wages are already too low nationwide. That virtual strike is what President Barack Obama’s chief economics advisor describes here.
Instead of allowing Americans’ wages to rise amid a supposed shortage of workers, the editorial board just calls for a new supply of workers. “In basic economic terms, illegal immigrants meet the labor market’s demand for lower-wage employees, for which there is a shortage of available legal workers,” the Post claimed.
The politest term for these imported workers is “replacements.”
It was quite a popular term in newspapers when labor unions would wrestle with company executives on Cannery Row and in Detroit for a greater share of the industrial economy’s profits. Eventually, the workers did get more of those profits — and became much of America’s middle-class.
But that ‘replacements’ term has fallen out of favor among Democrats since the party was captured by post-American progressives in the early 2000s. Yesterday’s muckrakers have become today’s journalists and Editorial Boards who prefer to wring their hands about the human rights of malleable immigrant workers (and eventually, Democratic voters) rather than spread the economic wealth with their fellow Americans.
It might be rude to notice that Bezos would personally gain from any infusion of new immigrant workers. He owns Amazon, where he’s already working to cut labor costs by buying robots to help ship packages. But he gains because extra immigrants will gradually increase Amazon’s sales, especially because immigrant households are heavily supported by taxpayer-funded welfare programs.