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2022-01-21 9:19:33 AM  
There's a lot of cultural differences, subby.
It's not just how employers view their workers, but also how workers view their jobs.

Americans are lazy as fark and don't want to do shiat.
 
2022-01-21 12:27:27 PM  

cretinbob: There's a lot of cultural differences, subby.
It's not just how employers view their workers, but also how workers view their jobs.

Americans are lazy as fark and don't want to do shiat.


It's a vicious circle. Employees' pay is inadequate for what they do, workers retaliate by not being the best employee they could be. Who wants to work hard for only their bosses to have good lives?

/you get what you give
 
2022-01-21 1:01:59 PM  

cretinbob: There's a lot of cultural differences, subby.
It's not just how employers view their workers, but also how workers view their jobs.

Americans Those people are lazy as fark and don't want to do shiat.


FTFY
 
2022-01-21 1:02:34 PM  
In many of these countries, workers remained technically employed during the worst of the pandemic with the government paying a large percentage of their salaries rather than the US model of layoffs and unemployment. They were able to continue working part-time if needed and when business returned to some normalcy they simply returned to work.
 
2022-01-21 1:08:06 PM  
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2022-01-21 1:12:26 PM  
They aren't retiring early because they already retire early.
 
2022-01-21 1:15:12 PM  

cretinbob: There's a lot of cultural differences, subby.
It's not just how employers view their workers, but also how workers view their jobs.

Americans are lazy as fark and don't want to do shiat.


Yeah, we should all want to work for no particular reason. After all, corporations are entitled to our labor.
 
2022-01-21 1:20:20 PM  
In many respects, it is healthy for people to change jobs. In a stagnant economy, people stay put and deal with crap until it is time to retire.

More dynamic economies allow for people to change jobs when one gets a better offer or change careers if they have newer interests or better opportunities.

Kind of depends upon what one wants.  If you want the same thing over and over, and value safety over risk, then getting a civil servant job or a job that has little change.  Totally legitimate path if that is what you desire..

Others may be risk takers or don't want to stay in one job for 30 years.
 
2022-01-21 1:22:50 PM  

cretinbob: There's a lot of cultural differences, subby.
It's not just how employers view their workers, but also how workers view their jobs.

Americans are lazy as fark and don't want to do shiat.


How do you figure that?

US workers are ahead of most European countries in hours of work per week, and behind in vacation days per year. Labor participation rate? Pre-covid numbers put the US in a pretty tight pack, UK a bit higher, Germany a little lower. Spain and France much lower.
 
2022-01-21 1:37:40 PM  

OccamsWhiskers: cretinbob: There's a lot of cultural differences, subby.
It's not just how employers view their workers, but also how workers view their jobs.

Americans are lazy as fark and don't want to do shiat.

How do you figure that?

US workers are ahead of most European countries in hours of work per week, and behind in vacation days per year. Labor participation rate? Pre-covid numbers put the US in a pretty tight pack, UK a bit higher, Germany a little lower. Spain and France much lower.


When you don't people a chance you unwind by giving them time off, you aren't seeing higher productivity. You'll just end up with people half-assing it and running in screensaver mode. Just because someone is physically present doesn't mean they are productive.
 
2022-01-21 1:43:43 PM  

Excelsior: OccamsWhiskers: cretinbob: There's a lot of cultural differences, subby.
It's not just how employers view their workers, but also how workers view their jobs.

Americans are lazy as fark and don't want to do shiat.

How do you figure that?

US workers are ahead of most European countries in hours of work per week, and behind in vacation days per year. Labor participation rate? Pre-covid numbers put the US in a pretty tight pack, UK a bit higher, Germany a little lower. Spain and France much lower.

When you don't people a chance you unwind by giving them time off, you aren't seeing higher productivity. You'll just end up with people half-assing it and running in screensaver mode. Just because someone is physically present doesn't mean they are productive.


HR. Human resources. American companies and their policy don't see people as people, they see us as resources. I learned in my freshman year of college that a resource is a material that can be exploited for profit. Treat people like people, and they'll break their back for you, treat them like cattle and they'll try to coast as much as they can.
 
2022-01-21 1:45:34 PM  

Excelsior: OccamsWhiskers: cretinbob: There's a lot of cultural differences, subby.
It's not just how employers view their workers, but also how workers view their jobs.

Americans are lazy as fark and don't want to do shiat.

How do you figure that?

US workers are ahead of most European countries in hours of work per week, and behind in vacation days per year. Labor participation rate? Pre-covid numbers put the US in a pretty tight pack, UK a bit higher, Germany a little lower. Spain and France much lower.

When you don't people a chance you unwind by giving them time off, you aren't seeing higher productivity. You'll just end up with people half-assing it and running in screensaver mode. Just because someone is physically present doesn't mean they are productive.


American management is lazy and stupid.

That is because the people suited to being a leader are generally not promoted.  Mostly white dudes, or people willing to conform with the white dude culture.

Because American management is stupid and lazy they assume everyone is stupid and lazy.  If everyone is stupid and lazy, you want to keep tabs on them as much as possible and it's easy to justify firing them.  Also it means that no one has to change or do anything better.   Anyone that shows any talent and initiative will have all the work dumped on them until they burn out.

so Americans have to work long hours because the worst employees all got promoted and just suck.  Not just at their jobs, they just suck. It's just a coincidence they are mostly white dudes.

Welcome to crony capitalism!
 
2022-01-21 1:50:33 PM  
I have had team members leave rather than accept transfers from Europe or East Asia to the US. It isn't just leaving behind universal healthcare, paid family leave, and other benefits. The most common concern was putting their kids in American schools where they could be massacred, racism (especially team members from the UK from Caribbean descent), or just how dangerous America is, generally, compared to where they were already living. In fact, many of them didn't even feel comfortable while they were visiting.

America is the best country in the world. Just ask any American. Ask anybody else, and...
 
2022-01-21 2:05:18 PM  

OccamsWhiskers: cretinbob: There's a lot of cultural differences, subby.
It's not just how employers view their workers, but also how workers view their jobs.

Americans are lazy as fark and don't want to do shiat.

How do you figure that?

US workers are ahead of most European countries in hours of work per week, and behind in vacation days per year. Labor participation rate? Pre-covid numbers put the US in a pretty tight pack, UK a bit higher, Germany a little lower. Spain and France much lower.


Only the Japanese are harder working than Americans.  They will die at their desks.
 
2022-01-21 2:17:58 PM  

cretinbob: There's a lot of cultural differences, subby.
It's not just how employers view their workers, but also how workers view their jobs.

Americans are lazy as fark and don't want to do shiat.


.....bec murcans are tired of being pile driven in the asshole by big business and the wealthy.
Who also happen to own capital hill....
 
2022-01-21 2:18:43 PM  

Picklehead: cretinbob: There's a lot of cultural differences, subby.
It's not just how employers view their workers, but also how workers view their jobs.

Americans are lazy as fark and don't want to do shiat.

It's a vicious circle. Employees' pay is inadequate for what they do, workers retaliate by not being the best employee they could be. Who wants to work hard for only their bosses to have good lives?

/you get what you give


When u pay peanuts u get monkeys
 
2022-01-21 2:19:32 PM  

runwiz: In many of these countries, workers remained technically employed during the worst of the pandemic with the government paying a large percentage of their salaries rather than the US model of layoffs and unemployment. They were able to continue working part-time if needed and when business returned to some normalcy they simply returned to work.


The heathens!!
 
2022-01-21 2:25:20 PM  

The Brains: cretinbob: There's a lot of cultural differences, subby.
It's not just how employers view their workers, but also how workers view their jobs.

Americans are lazy as fark and don't want to do shiat.

Yeah, we should all want to work for no particular reason. After all, corporations are entitled to our labor.


Its the least we can do

Their stock owners would be pleased with our efforts.
 
2022-01-21 2:26:45 PM  

Eightballjacket: In many respects, it is healthy for people to change jobs. In a stagnant economy, people stay put and deal with crap until it is time to retire.

More dynamic economies allow for people to change jobs when one gets a better offer or change careers if they have newer interests or better opportunities.

Kind of depends upon what one wants.  If you want the same thing over and over, and value safety over risk, then getting a civil servant job or a job that has little change.  Totally legitimate path if that is what you desire..

Others may be risk takers or don't want to stay in one job for 30 years.


Its healthy for banksters too if more people go into debt.
 
2022-01-21 2:27:33 PM  

OccamsWhiskers: cretinbob: There's a lot of cultural differences, subby.
It's not just how employers view their workers, but also how workers view their jobs.

Americans are lazy as fark and don't want to do shiat.

How do you figure that?

US workers are ahead of most European countries in hours of work per week, and behind in vacation days per year. Labor participation rate? Pre-covid numbers put the US in a pretty tight pack, UK a bit higher, Germany a little lower. Spain and France much lower.


Labor laws are much better in Europe
 
2022-01-21 2:28:55 PM  

Excelsior: OccamsWhiskers: cretinbob: There's a lot of cultural differences, subby.
It's not just how employers view their workers, but also how workers view their jobs.

Americans are lazy as fark and don't want to do shiat.

How do you figure that?

US workers are ahead of most European countries in hours of work per week, and behind in vacation days per year. Labor participation rate? Pre-covid numbers put the US in a pretty tight pack, UK a bit higher, Germany a little lower. Spain and France much lower.

When you don't people a chance you unwind by giving them time off, you aren't seeing higher productivity. You'll just end up with people half-assing it and running in screensaver mode. Just because someone is physically present doesn't mean they are productive.


True

And just bec stock owners are sitting at home doesnt mean they arent making money off the backs of labor
 
2022-01-21 2:30:09 PM  

Ethertap: Excelsior: OccamsWhiskers: cretinbob: There's a lot of cultural differences, subby.
It's not just how employers view their workers, but also how workers view their jobs.

Americans are lazy as fark and don't want to do shiat.

How do you figure that?

US workers are ahead of most European countries in hours of work per week, and behind in vacation days per year. Labor participation rate? Pre-covid numbers put the US in a pretty tight pack, UK a bit higher, Germany a little lower. Spain and France much lower.

When you don't people a chance you unwind by giving them time off, you aren't seeing higher productivity. You'll just end up with people half-assing it and running in screensaver mode. Just because someone is physically present doesn't mean they are productive.

HR. Human resources. American companies and their policy don't see people as people, they see us as resources. I learned in my freshman year of college that a resource is a material that can be exploited for profit. Treat people like people, and they'll break their back for you, treat them like cattle and they'll try to coast as much as they can.


Only lazy assed stock owners are people in murca
 
2022-01-21 2:32:57 PM  

capn' fun: I have had team members leave rather than accept transfers from Europe or East Asia to the US. It isn't just leaving behind universal healthcare, paid family leave, and other benefits. The most common concern was putting their kids in American schools where they could be massacred, racism (especially team members from the UK from Caribbean descent), or just how dangerous America is, generally, compared to where they were already living. In fact, many of them didn't even feel comfortable while they were visiting.

America is the best country in the world. Just ask any American. Ask anybody else, and...


Yep

Ask the bigbusiness owned mass media and murca is peaches and cream plus the best nation in the world.

Propaganda is powerful
 
2022-01-21 2:36:46 PM  

TedCruz'sCrazyDad: OccamsWhiskers: cretinbob: There's a lot of cultural differences, subby.
It's not just how employers view their workers, but also how workers view their jobs.

Americans are lazy as fark and don't want to do shiat.

How do you figure that?

US workers are ahead of most European countries in hours of work per week, and behind in vacation days per year. Labor participation rate? Pre-covid numbers put the US in a pretty tight pack, UK a bit higher, Germany a little lower. Spain and France much lower.

Only the Japanese are harder working than Americans.  They will die at their desks.


Theyll also die in planes headed towards ships in wwii

That doesnt make them smart or hard working.
Just brainwashed
 
2022-01-21 3:08:47 PM  

capn' fun: America is the best country in the world. Just ask any American. Ask anybody else, and...


Strange. American immigration numbers are unparalleled. In history. Do explain?
 
2022-01-21 3:12:55 PM  
Well....not the work kind of great resignation. More the "world broken" kind of great resignation
 
2022-01-21 3:29:13 PM  
Had a job where we had facilities in Europe.  On one had it sucked.  You lose a network connection in Italy, you have to deal with the national telephone service, so expect a few days to weeks for a repair.  On the other hand, the got the whole month of August off, paid.

The biggest thing I learned and it truly changed me, when you meet someone in the US, usually with in a few minutes you will be asked or say what you do for a living.  If you tell someone that, they are like "That's weird, why did you tell me that?", no one even asks.     The short version, American have an "identity" with work, ie "I'm a Postman, I'm a Cop, I'm a Factory worker".    In Italy I didn't see that at all.  Identity was a lot deeper there.    Now they still had a class based society, if your poor good luck, if your rich you can pretty much do anything.   They were also way more open about being racist, but this was before Trump, so American's seem to fly the racism flag proud now.
 
2022-01-21 3:35:18 PM  

TedCruz'sCrazyDad: OccamsWhiskers: cretinbob: There's a lot of cultural differences, subby.
It's not just how employers view their workers, but also how workers view their jobs.

Americans are lazy as fark and don't want to do shiat.

How do you figure that?

US workers are ahead of most European countries in hours of work per week, and behind in vacation days per year. Labor participation rate? Pre-covid numbers put the US in a pretty tight pack, UK a bit higher, Germany a little lower. Spain and France much lower.

Only the Japanese are harder working than Americans.  They will die at their desks.


That's myth. They just torture themselves more by staying at the desk afraid to be the first leave but not actually working.
 
2022-01-21 3:55:40 PM  

zeroman987: Excelsior: OccamsWhiskers: cretinbob: There's a lot of cultural differences, subby.
It's not just how employers view their workers, but also how workers view their jobs.

Americans are lazy as fark and don't want to do shiat.

How do you figure that?

US workers are ahead of most European countries in hours of work per week, and behind in vacation days per year. Labor participation rate? Pre-covid numbers put the US in a pretty tight pack, UK a bit higher, Germany a little lower. Spain and France much lower.

When you don't people a chance you unwind by giving them time off, you aren't seeing higher productivity. You'll just end up with people half-assing it and running in screensaver mode. Just because someone is physically present doesn't mean they are productive.

American management is lazy and stupid.

That is because the people suited to being a leader are generally not promoted.  Mostly white dudes, or people willing to conform with the white dude culture.

Because American management is stupid and lazy they assume everyone is stupid and lazy.  If everyone is stupid and lazy, you want to keep tabs on them as much as possible and it's easy to justify firing them.  Also it means that no one has to change or do anything better.   Anyone that shows any talent and initiative will have all the work dumped on them until they burn out.

so Americans have to work long hours because the worst employees all got promoted and just suck.  Not just at their jobs, they just suck. It's just a coincidence they are mostly white dudes.

Welcome to crony capitalism!


Years ago I worked at this company that hired outside for a senior leadership position while there were many qualified people in the company that could have done it. But he was golf buddies with some other hire up. after that the new guy started hiring his friends, friends kids, people from other jobs he worked and the place went from a well run place to a dumpster fire. Every single problem could be traced back to one of his hires, they even messed up the parking lot. The senior staff president, VPs, some senior managers were the only ones that had parking spots and they wanted every one to have an assigned spot that they of course got to pick. You were not part of the clique you were exiled to the boonies, that lasted less than a month but they infected pretty much every dept, lazy entitled frat bros that thought they could do no wrong. A bunch did get fired when they got hookers with a company CC but of course they tried to cover that up. So many good people, me included, left that hot mess. They had to have so dramatic restructuring after they posted some record losses so that was funny when all the frat bros got fired.
 
2022-01-21 4:38:48 PM  
My job blows. My boss blows. My entire corporate structure takes no ownership of anything.

Engineer problems are engineer's problems. Management problems... are also the engineer's problems.
But yet they get the big bonuses and advancement, why? Because they're rewarded for NOT doing their jobs (producing costs $ don't you know) while expecting you to make do all the same.

Most people in my position are considered "too important to promote". I'm not joking.

But its a good paycheck and things are so bad right now I can tell VPs to fark off because they're so desperate for what we produce so.. whatever. I row the boat as it burns into the sea lol.

Corporate America is a collective insanity that calls for stepping over dollar bills to try and pick up dimes glued to the sidewalk.

Eventually, the bow will break and the spell will be broken, and we'll all fall into a nice economic depression.


/engineers creed
//we the unwilling, that work for the unknowing, have done so much for so long with so little; that we are now qualified to do anything with nothing
 
2022-01-21 5:01:33 PM  

cretinbob: There's a lot of cultural differences, subby.
It's not just how employers view their workers, but also how workers view their jobs.

Americans are lazy as fark and don't want to do shiat.


Tell me you have never met anyone except Americans without telling me.
 
2022-01-21 5:02:48 PM  

Ethertap: Excelsior: OccamsWhiskers: cretinbob: There's a lot of cultural differences, subby.
It's not just how employers view their workers, but also how workers view their jobs.

Americans are lazy as fark and don't want to do shiat.

How do you figure that?

US workers are ahead of most European countries in hours of work per week, and behind in vacation days per year. Labor participation rate? Pre-covid numbers put the US in a pretty tight pack, UK a bit higher, Germany a little lower. Spain and France much lower.

When you don't people a chance you unwind by giving them time off, you aren't seeing higher productivity. You'll just end up with people half-assing it and running in screensaver mode. Just because someone is physically present doesn't mean they are productive.

HR. Human resources. American companies and their policy don't see people as people, they see us as resources. I learned in my freshman year of college that a resource is a material that can be exploited for profit. Treat people like people, and they'll break their back for you, treat them like cattle and they'll try to coast as much as they can.


My experience with HR (only had one corporate job so one experience) is that HR protects bad employees time and time again.
 
2022-01-21 5:04:31 PM  

capn' fun: I have had team members leave rather than accept transfers from Europe or East Asia to the US. It isn't just leaving behind universal healthcare, paid family leave, and other benefits. The most common concern was putting their kids in American schools where they could be massacred, racism (especially team members from the UK from Caribbean descent), or just how dangerous America is, generally, compared to where they were already living. In fact, many of them didn't even feel comfortable while they were visiting.

America is the best country in the world. Just ask any American. Ask anybody else, and...


Compared to western Europe America is very dangerous and honestly, why people come here for vacation is a mystery to me.
 
2022-01-21 5:06:51 PM  

Shryke: capn' fun: America is the best country in the world. Just ask any American. Ask anybody else, and...

Strange. American immigration numbers are unparalleled. In history. Do explain?


We have jobs and resources for days, son. Big place, alot of money if you play your cards right or just don't want to stick out elsewhere. Also, Mexico and Central America. Once major immigration ended coming from Europe, we haven't seen comparable immigration from anywhere else since. And it's obvious why people would come here from Mexico and Central America, I don't need to explain that.
 
2022-01-21 5:07:36 PM  

tobcc: Had a job where we had facilities in Europe.  On one had it sucked.  You lose a network connection in Italy, you have to deal with the national telephone service, so expect a few days to weeks for a repair.  On the other hand, the got the whole month of August off, paid.

The biggest thing I learned and it truly changed me, when you meet someone in the US, usually with in a few minutes you will be asked or say what you do for a living.  If you tell someone that, they are like "That's weird, why did you tell me that?", no one even asks.     The short version, American have an "identity" with work, ie "I'm a Postman, I'm a Cop, I'm a Factory worker".    In Italy I didn't see that at all.  Identity was a lot deeper there.    Now they still had a class based society, if your poor good luck, if your rich you can pretty much do anything.   They were also way more open about being racist, but this was before Trump, so American's seem to fly the racism flag proud now.


Americans casually talk about money, price, cost, value, pay, way more than western europeans.
 
2022-01-21 5:32:18 PM  
If you don't like it here, you're free to find a job elsewhere (whether it's the corporation or country next door). It's called personal responsibility, but I guess that's a foreign concept on this site.
 
2022-01-21 6:25:33 PM  

Catsaregreen: If you don't like it here, you're free to find a job elsewhere (whether it's the corporation or country next door). It's called personal responsibility, but I guess that's a foreign concept on this site.


Are you talking to one of the gargoyles in the park, or the invisible lizard in your pocket?
 
2022-01-21 8:18:41 PM  

Catsaregreen: If you don't like it here, you're free to find a job elsewhere (whether it's the corporation or country next door). It's called personal responsibility, but I guess that's a foreign concept on this site.


Yes, emigration is just that easy. Look at all those migrant caravans which are greeted on the border by job offers and long term visas! Not, you know, being thrown into prisons and deported back to their country of origin.
 
2022-01-21 11:06:28 PM  

capn' fun: I have had team members leave rather than accept transfers from Europe or East Asia to the US. It isn't just leaving behind universal healthcare, paid family leave, and other benefits. The most common concern was putting their kids in American schools where they could be massacred, racism (especially team members from the UK from Caribbean descent), or just how dangerous America is, generally, compared to where they were already living. In fact, many of them didn't even feel comfortable while they were visiting.

America is the best country in the world. Just ask any American. Ask anybody else, and...


Why not move your whole company back to the EU/EA?  You guys seem to be chasing the almighty dollar instead of ensuring a safe place for your employees.
 
2022-01-22 12:04:44 AM  

Shryke: capn' fun: America is the best country in the world. Just ask any American. Ask anybody else, and...

Strange. American immigration numbers are unparalleled. In history. Do explain?


Really good propaganda. Notice where those immigrants are coming from, China, India, Mexico, and the Philippines.  They are the 4 highest and nearly nowhere else is even a blip.
Not Western Europe or anywhere else US Nazis want them from. Did you miss Trump complaining that no whites want to immigrate?
 
2022-01-22 12:11:40 AM  

Bathtub Cynic: Shryke: capn' fun: America is the best country in the world. Just ask any American. Ask anybody else, and...

Strange. American immigration numbers are unparalleled. In history. Do explain?

We have jobs and resources for days, son. Big place, alot of money if you play your cards right or just don't want to stick out elsewhere. Also, Mexico and Central America. Once major immigration ended coming from Europe, we haven't seen comparable immigration from anywhere else since. And it's obvious why people would come here from Mexico and Central America, I don't need to explain that.


Sorry, son, you've answered nothing. You're just hand waving, and badly.
 
2022-01-22 12:13:44 AM  

haknudsen: Shryke: capn' fun: America is the best country in the world. Just ask any American. Ask anybody else, and...

Strange. American immigration numbers are unparalleled. In history. Do explain?

Really good propaganda. Notice where those immigrants are coming from, China, India, Mexico, and the Philippines.  They are the 4 highest and nearly nowhere else is even a blip.
Not Western Europe or anywhere else US Nazis want them from. Did you miss Trump complaining that no whites want to immigrate?


Again, more nonsense. America is the top immigration target for ALL races. Please: explain why everyone is just so stupid?
 
2022-01-22 12:40:52 AM  
Quite a few new lazarus goblins popping up here for some strange reason. Hmmmmm.
 
2022-01-22 12:46:02 AM  

Intrepid00: TedCruz'sCrazyDad: OccamsWhiskers: cretinbob: There's a lot of cultural differences, subby.
It's not just how employers view their workers, but also how workers view their jobs.

Americans are lazy as fark and don't want to do shiat.

How do you figure that?

US workers are ahead of most European countries in hours of work per week, and behind in vacation days per year. Labor participation rate? Pre-covid numbers put the US in a pretty tight pack, UK a bit higher, Germany a little lower. Spain and France much lower.

Only the Japanese are harder working than Americans.  They will die at their desks.

That's myth. They just torture themselves more by staying at the desk afraid to be the first leave but not actually working.


They actually have a word for it - 過労死 .
 
2022-01-22 1:16:33 AM  

runwiz: In many of these countries, workers remained technically employed during the worst of the pandemic with the government paying a large percentage of their salaries rather than the US model of layoffs and unemployment. They were able to continue working part-time if needed and when business returned to some normalcy they simply returned to work.


Just as an example, the French government paid 80% of my daughter's nanny's salary, as she couldn't take care of her when we were in lockdown.
 
2022-01-22 2:23:45 AM  

Shryke: haknudsen: Shryke: capn' fun: America is the best country in the world. Just ask any American. Ask anybody else, and...

Strange. American immigration numbers are unparalleled. In history. Do explain?

Really good propaganda. Notice where those immigrants are coming from, China, India, Mexico, and the Philippines.  They are the 4 highest and nearly nowhere else is even a blip.
Not Western Europe or anywhere else US Nazis want them from. Did you miss Trump complaining that no whites want to immigrate?

Again, more nonsense. America is the top immigration target for ALL races. Please: explain why everyone is just so stupid?


You are misinformed. Those 4 countries account for more than 60% of all immigration
Mexico 120,000
China 149,000
India 129,000
the Philippines 46,000.
No other country comes close.

Race is a bad choice to hang your argument on as it is self-identified.  Even then, whites make up less than 20% of immigrants.
 
2022-01-22 6:50:06 AM  
No UBI there either
 
2022-01-22 4:53:38 PM  

haknudsen: Those 4 countries account for more than 60% of all immigration


LOL. Who said otherwise? Again: top for all races. You've pointed to the top 4 countries. So what?
 
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