the one quoting reps for the Open borders facists(immigrantwatchdog), including the MAYOR of LA & Assemblymen for California are HORRIFYING!Let there be no doubt after watching these;some HISPANIC LEADERS HAVE STARTED A WAR TO TAKE AMERICA & many young Latinos are BRAINWASHED that they are owed this Country.THIS IS THE SCARIEST SHIT I HAVE EVER SEEN IT THE F...ING MEDIA WOULD SHOW ANY OF THIS, OUR TROOPS WOULD BE ON THE MEXICAN BORDER BY THE TENS OF THOUSANDS, TOMORROW!MEXICO IS OUR ENEMY, watch and learn from these videos.
Enough of this! Read this article:http://www.azcentral.com/specials/special03/articles/0217cheaplaborfinal-ON.htmlOur companies have been screwing Mexico over for too long with permission of mexican government and encouragment of american government, and now this is the consequences. And there is no more argueing about this! Immigration, both legal and illegal, was an OBVIOUS result of NAFTA from the beggining, so don't start victimizing about it now. And you better watch your language, because it's us americans the bad guys here. If you opress developing countries, you can't expect not to have consequences! Kill NAFTA, and start repairing the injustices WE have commited all along!
Anon-Did you actually READ the article? NAFTA is employing millions of Mexicans at above average Pay & Benefits. And this started back in 1966, before NAFTA, & working conditions have improved since NAFTA.Do I wish these jobs stayed in America? Yes.Have we handed Mexico millions of new jobs in their Country? YES.So why are they still leaving?From the article...Hernandez says that Zapa shareholders and initial capital investors are Mexican, returning some profit to the host country.Zapa recruits the workers, handles paperwork, payroll, medical issues and union benefits, finds schools for foreign investors' children, handles retirement issues and takes care of maintenance. On at least one occasion, it helped bail a client out of jail."This is a hotel for industry," said Miguel Hernandez, general manager of Manufacturas Zapaliname S.A., the company that runs La Angostura."Companies are afraid of the laws in Mexico".Maquiladoras make up a huge chunk of Mexico's manufacturing sector and employ more than 1.2 million workers. The industry generates more revenue in Mexico than oil or tourism - an estimated $88 billion in 2004The first maquiladoras were established in 1966 along the U.S.-Mexico border and became notorious for hiring large numbers of poor Mexicans, particularly women and girls, in plants with poor working conditions and low wages.Today, maquiladoras operate all over Mexico, producing everything from furniture and chemical products to toys, sporting goods, shoes and electronics.Hernandez said maquiladoras support the local economy by creating jobs. "We provide employment for engineers who otherwise wouldn't have opportunities to work," he said. "We teach young people skills they otherwise wouldn't have, [such as] how to work."Zapa employs 1,300 Mexican workers. The minimum pay is 86 pesos a day, equal to about $7.50, twice the Mexican minimum wage. Hernandez said the average pay is about 120 pesos a day. That equates to about $1.11 per hour.Workers at all the companies at Zapa are covered by national life insurance, and there is a doctor on site. They also contribute to a social security program similar to the one in the United States.
It also says that companies are there in an quasi illegal condition, not paying taxes, and that they have been famous for employing poor women and children to work in poor conditions. it seems that they are making quite a profit paying two dimes instead of one for labor that americans wouldn´t do...
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