Navy Wants MORE Migrants – You Won’t Believe WHY

The Navy secretary under President Joe Biden wants to bring in talented blue-collar immigrants to build the ships that protect American jobs and citizens.

In order to enable blue-collar workers to join the workforce and work in shipyards, Navy Secretary Carlos Del Toro stated at a meeting in Arlington, Virginia, “What we have got to do is open up the spigot a bit, basically, on legal immigration.”

Del Toro’s appeal for migrant shipbuilders coincides with a crisis in shipbuilding, as several American warships are being delivered much behind schedule and occasionally with serious defects, according to a Forbes article from 2021.

“…manufactures less than ten oceangoing boats annually. China produces more than a thousand of these vessels annually. Less than 200 of the 44,000 oceangoing commercial ships registered worldwide fly the American flag.

But the administration’s encouragement of mass migration lessens the need for businesses and state governments to prepare the next generation of Americans for skilled labor.

The government’s influx of low-cost migrants also gives investors and CEOs a convenient way out of the challenging job of increasing productivity per person. Executives typically have to oversee a difficult combination of risk, innovation, restructuring, automation, and training in order to increase production.

The U.S. Naval Institute revealed in February that the Navy is now investing more than $15 billion to increase efficiency at the shipyards.

Regretfully, the shipyards’ facilities have largely improved, but they are still among the DoD’s lowest-scoring depot facilities, as the GAO pointed out in the 2022 report. The average state of all shipyards’ facilities falls into the “poor” category.

The Navy will “invest a significant amount of resources into re-training [American] folks so they may engage in the kinds of skills that are available to shipyard workers, for example, and actually work in our shipyards,” according to Del Toro.

That may be excellent news for youngsters in the United States. In the midst of Biden’s approximately 10 million-person mass exodus, millions of American males have lost their employment due to various reasons, including addictions, and hundreds of thousands more are working in low-paying positions that undermine aspirations of marriage, family, and house ownership.

However, Biden’s government places a high premium on migration. Fabiola Rodriguez, the Biden campaign’s deputy Hispanic media director, told TheHill.com on April 25 that “President Biden continues to do all possible in his position to establish more legal avenues [for migrants] to citizenship.”

A lot of corporate organizations are also keen to bring in more immigrants to fill low-paying positions that Americans would otherwise do at better rates. Business associations, for instance, have influenced several state legislators to let undocumented immigrants get licenses for occupations requiring competence, such as ironwork, plumbing, therapy, and electrical work.

Politicians and proponents of national security in the United States have frequently asked for immigrants to help with recruiting shortages. For instance, Bill Kristol said in February 2017 that population replacement would be ideal for the global elite to wield national power:

“Look, to be very honest, do you not want to bring in more Americans if the situation with the white working class is as dire as you claim? This stuff is not being filmed or shown anyplace, hopefully. My little, pitiful future is going to crumble completely. You may argue that America has prospered because, as John Adams once stated, in a free, capitalist society, everyone eventually devolves into decadence, laziness, spoiledness, or whatever after two or three generations of hard labor. Fortunately, there are then waves of immigrants arriving from Russia, Italy, Ireland, and now Mexico.”

Author: Scott Dowdy

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