The city of New Orleans is just one of 20 American regions chosen to receive a massive influx and public relations campaign to welcome foreign guest workers through an open borders group’s plan to bring more immigrants into the area.
The Partnership for a New American Century, a group led by big business and liberal politicians, has chosen New Orleans for one of their many “Gateways for Growth” grant, in which foreign workers will be competing with the city’s native population for jobs.
“These communities are part of a national trend in which local government, business, and civil society leaders embrace research showing that being inclusive toward immigrants helps cities and counties thrive economically,” the organization states about the program. “They are working proactively to ensure an environment where all residents can contribute and succeed.”
The open borders activist group pushes for mass amnesty for illegal immigrants while promoting massive influxes in the country’s foreign guest worker programs.
“While Congress fails to enact legislation that would bring the best, brightest, and hardest-working to this country, cities across the United States have recognized the economic contributions immigrants make—as consumers, job creators, and entrepreneurs,” said Chairman John Feinblatt of the foreign worker PR campaign.
Interestingly enough, the most prominent members of the open borders group are big business henchmen and political power-players who have previously colluded to triple the amount of foreign guest workers in the country.
For instance, former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is a member of the group, just as Microsoft benefits immensely from low-wage foreign labor.
Other beneficiaries of open borders and mass foreign worker programs on the board for the group include former San Antonia Mayor Julian Castro, Boeing Chairman Jim McNerny, Disney CEO Bob Iger, Marriott Executive Chairman Bill Marriott, 21st Century Fox Chairman Rupert Murdoch, former New York City Michael Bloomberg and former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter.
Besides tech giant Microsoft’s involvement, Marriott hotels, Disney and Boeing also save millions by outsourcing work to foreign guest workers.
Here are all of the cities who will see PR campaigns to soften the public to mass immigration:
- Akron and Summit County, OH
- Anchorage, AK
- Birmingham, AL
- Brownsville, TX
- Columbus, OH
- Detroit, MI
- Fargo, ND
- Houston, TX
- Indianapolis, IN
- Kansas City, KS/MO
- Lancaster, PA
- Los Angeles, CA
- Macomb County, MI
- Nashville, TN
- New Orleans, LA
- Phoenix, AZ and Arizona State
- Pittsburgh, PA
- San Jose, CA
- Salt Lake County, UT
- Upstate NY Region (Syracuse/Buffalo, NY)