- Tyson Foods changing America one town at a time; up next Humboldt, TN
- The Poles remember their history, saved Europe from Muslim horde in 1683….
- Writer at The Atlantic blames me (among others) for Trump’s “anti-Muslim” re-tweets
Posted: 01 Dec 2017 05:40 AM PST
This time with the help of Tennessee Governor Haslam and Senator (Little Bob) Corker.
As you know BIG MEAT and BIG CHICKEN are major drivers of the US Refugee Admissions Program and here we learn that Tyson Foods new plant in Humboldt, TN will employ 1,500 workers.
But get this: the pols admit that unemployment is really low, so where might those workers, who will do mostly dirty jobs, come from?
You guessed it! Immigrant and refugee labor will soon be streaming into a town of less than 9,000 people!
And before I get to this really bad news for the citizens of Humboldt, this gives me another opportunity to show you the direct connection between giant global corporations like Tyson Foods (JBS Swift and Chobani too) and the federally funded refugee ‘religious’ contractors placing refugees secretly in to American towns. See Lutherans sign deal with Tyson Foods!
Now to Tyson Foods’ new deal in Tennessee…..
From the Commercial Appeal (hat tip: Joanne):
Tyson Foods will build a new chicken production complex in Humboldt — 75 miles northeast of Memphis — that will employ 1,500 people, company and government officials announced Monday. [Memphis is the closest refugee placement office to Humboldt, but the feds and Catholic Charities could expand to Humboldt as has happened in other states to accommodate meatpackers.—ed]
The $300 million project is to start operations in late 2019 to meet what Tyson described in a release as “strong consumer demand for its chicken.”
The new plant in Humboldt will make pre-packaged trays of chicken for retail grocery stores nationwide and is expected to process 1.25 million birds per week, according to the company.
"This is an historic day for Humboldt, Gibson County and West Tennessee," Humboldt Mayor Marvin Sikes said in a prepared statement. "I want to thank Tyson Foods for their commitment to our community and region. The significant job creation and capital investment that will result from this project will have a positive impact on our community that will last for many years, and I could not be more excited about the future of Humboldt and Gibson County."
Plant will employ 1,500 people
Tyson Foods picked West Tennessee over potential sites in other states.
Gov. Bill Haslam said in a prepared statement, "The new facility will be Tyson's fifth location in Tennessee and it means a great deal that a company of this magnitude will continue to grow its footprint in our state. I appreciate Tyson for its continued commitment to Tennessee and for helping us become one step closer to our goal of making Tennessee the No. 1 location in the Southeast for high quality jobs."
Then here at The News and Observer we learn….
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and U.S. Sen. Bob Corker attended the news conference and praised Tyson for choosing Humboldt, a rural city of about 8,200 people located about 85 miles (135 kilometers) northeast of Memphis. Tennessee competed with other states for the project. Doug Ramsey, group president of poultry for Tyson, would not discuss which other states were in the mix.
Haslam said that while unemployment in Tennessee is low — at 3 percent as of September — “it’s no news that some of our rural counties have struggled.” He called the plant a “big deal” for the state.
So, if the unemployment rate stands at 3%, where are the workers going to come from? It might be a financial big deal for bigwigs and assorted hangers-on, but not for the citizens of Humboldt!
Tyson currently operates four facilities in the state, employing about 5,000 people. The company says it paid Tennessee farmers more than $61 million in the 2016 fiscal year.
The announcement marks the second major economic development project Tyson has begun this year in Tennessee. In August, the company announced an $84 million expansion of operations in Union City. That project is expected to create about 300 jobs.
The company’s portfolio of products includes Tyson chicken, Jimmy Dean, Hillshire Farm and Ball Park.
I think we all need to start making a list of the products companies that employee foreign workers (whose salaries we supplemented with our tax dollars) are producing and become more discerning shoppers.
See my ever expanding file on Tyson Foods, here. Don’t miss posts on Shelbyville, TN where Tyson Foods initially succumbed to pressure to dump the Labor Day holiday in exchange for a Muslim holiday for its workers.
Wonder why the Heritage Foundation completely missed the boat and never looked at the impact of global corporations and refugee labor on American towns in their supposed “roadmap for reform” plans for the UN/US Refugee Admissions Program?
Could it be because powerful Republicans are pushing for migrant labor for their big business donors?
Posted: 01 Dec 2017 04:02 AM PST
….so they see very clearly their job today!
Longtime readers know all about the Polish King Jan Sobieski and the battle at the Gates of Vienna in 1683, but we get new readers every day and I need to continue to educate newbies.
We have an extensive archive on the ‘Invasion of Europe’ (mostly the modern day invasion), but it is important to repeat that Poland has a really good reason for resisting the migrants that both the EU and Mama Merkel would like to foist on the country.
Here it is, mentioned again in an article about Germany’s political difficulties at the moment, at America Thinker.
The Poles are teaching their history to the next generation!
There is another powerful reason for Eastern Europe's reluctance to accept Muslim refugees that is seldom discussed, though it is important and it has to do with the region's historical experience with Muslims. Very few in Western Europe are aware of it, but every child in Poland knows that Jan Sobieski saved Europe and Christendom from the Ottomans at Vienna in 1683. They also know that much of Eastern Europe, including the Balkans, Hungary, Podolia in Poland, Wallachia and Moldavia were for centuries under the Ottomans and subject to infidel taxes, rapacious military levies, the boy tribute, and the depredations of the slave raiders. It was not a happy experience and many historians trace the backwardness of Eastern Europe compared to the rest of it to its unfortunate experience with Muslim obscurantism. Not an experience that is easily forgotten.
Continue reading American Thinker, here.
See more on Poland by clicking here.
So far no Islamic terror attacks in Poland, Hungary or Japan, gee why is that!
Posted: 30 Nov 2017 04:19 PM PST
But, you know what I’ve noticed about Leftwing writers like Rhodes Scholar Peter Beinart is that whenever they call me out, they don’t even have the decency to mention RRW or my book!
Why is that?
Because it makes it harder for their readers to find my work. And they fear, horror of horrors, that some of those readers might actually agree with me on a few things!
So come on, Mr. Beinart, you call yourself a Yale-educated journalist , a journalism professor no less, so why no link when you attempt to abuse me?
From Peter Beinart at The Atlantic:
Early on Wednesday morning, Donald Trump retweeted three graphically anti-Muslim videos—one entitled "Islamist mob pushes teenage boy off roof and beats him to death!," the second entitled "Muslim Destroys a Statue of Virgin Mary!" and the third entitled "Muslim migrant beats up Dutch boy on crutches!"—posted by British First leader Jayda Fransen, a woman convicted last year by a British court of harassing a woman wearing a hijab. [By the way, the videos Trump re-tweeted were real, not fake, and those who were depicted in them were Muslims making Muslims look bad. They weren’t actors!—-ed]
Beinart goes on….
None of this should come as a surprise. Trump has been associating with anti-Muslim bigots, and parroting their arguments, since before he launched his presidential campaign. In May 2015, a month before he entered the race, Trump journeyed to Iowa to speak at a forum hosted by Frank Gaffney's Center for Security Policy (CSP), a think tank that specializes in in arguing that devout Muslims cannot be loyal Americans because Islamic law, or Sharia, violates the Constitution. During his speech, Trump mentioned that he had been chatting backstage with "some experts," one of whom was a woman named Ann who was "so good, she was telling things that you wouldn't even believe." Two months earlier, Ann Corcoran had published a CSP report [This is where a legitimate journalist would have added a link.—ed] that urged Americans to "speak up against the opening of more mosques in your neighborhoods," to "say no" to requests for "special Halal food section[s]," and to oppose efforts to require "local government to pay for a Muslim cemetery." Citing Corcoran, Trump fumed that "if you come from Europe, you're European, you've done great in school, you want to come, you want to come to the United States, you can't get in, but if you're Muslim, you can get in." According to the Huffington Post, Trump would go on to cite "research from the Center for Security Policy dozens of times in press releases and speeches during his presidential campaign."
Continue reading as he goes on to blame a whole bunch of people for educating the President on the most significant and serious issue facing America since its founding.
Truth be told, I love it when a ‘journalist’ goes off like this.
I become more energized because, as one of my dear friends remarked about this article, they are letting us know that their heads are exploding!
From a friend:
I must admit that I actually laughed when I read this article. The heads of the Left are EXPLODING!!! They have nothing, NOTHING but the old bromides and scare tactics to fall back on. You can hear the fear in this article!
It’s been over ten years that I’ve written about refugees and sometimes I think it’s time to retire. Then along comes Peter Beinart and I’m energized and ready for another year! 2018 here we come!
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