Guest Worker Program
In 2004, George Bush announced ‘his’ proposal for a "New Temporary Worker Program" as a piece of his immigration reform package: (Note: link to GWB White House Archive for Temporary Worker Proposal. 1/6/2014)
All who participate in the temporary worker program must have a job, or, if not living in the United States, a job offer. The legal status granted by this program will last three years and will be renewable -- but it will have an end. Participants who do not remain employed, who do not follow the rules of the program, or who break the law will not be eligible for continued participation and will be required to return to their home.”
How do you suppose a program like that could be implemented? Loop back to America’s Job Bank and America’s Talent Bank. With a flip of a switch… available for work, not available for work - AND the mandatory participation of all of America’s employers listing their jobs - loop back to Marc Tucker’s letter to Hillary Clinton:
“The employment Service is
greatly upgraded and separated from the Unemployment
Now loop back to the SAVE Act which requires mandatory employer verification of legal status for all prospective employees. The act of entering the information for verification is in effect, the after-the-fact posting of an available job. It’s a simple matter from a systems standpoint to keep a history of the verifications that include the job description. After a year or two, for most employers, there will be a record of the types of jobs that each employer hires for. At that point, it won’t be a big deal to employers to require them - by law - to list all job openings. Internally, in the system and for the employers convenience, it will be a simple matter of flipping a switch… job available, no job available.
Around the same time that George Bush announced “his” temporary worker program, Congressman Tom Tancredo introduced H.R. 3333 “To enhance border enforcement, improve homeland security, remove incentives for illegal immigration, and establish a guest worker program.”
And if you understand all of that, then you will understand
why Senator Judd Gregg said in the hearing with Bill Gates:
“We do have a centrally planned economy” (audio) and why
the SAVE Act will only help them with their objectives and
will not help America and American citizens.
[Sidenote: The fact that 'terrorism' was mentioned as a reason for the guest worker program is significant. It is a big clue as to who the terrorists are. Hint: The SEC was in WTC 7 - a building that collapsed on 9-11 but was not hit by an airplane. All of the SEC records on investigations of stock market fraud were in that building. On November 9, 2001 11-9 when George Bush signed a technology trade agreement with India, again 'fighting terrorism' was given as the reason.