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Has Immigration Caused the Income Gaps Since 1774?

Over the past 240 years, the gap between the incomes of the rich and working poor has risen and fallen in sync with a 40-year trailing average of immigration. This, and the laws of economics, strongly indicate that immigration causes most of the income gap.

Since the early 1970s, real wages of low-skilled workers have fallen. They would be double current levels if they had kept up with the historic trend rate of worker productivity. Meanwhile, the real incomes of the 1% of Americans with the highest income have risen at double that trend rate since 1979.

The ratio of this rich income to the low-skilled wage has quadrupled since 1972. That is a recipe for rebellion.

Canada’s political class have masterfully combined a toxic stew of Mass Immigration a Temporary Foreign Workers Program and Official Multiculturalism in a divide and conquer attack on it’s fellow citizens.

Mass immigration was never about ensuring your prosperity, it was always about ensuring their prosperity.

They were so sure they’d never be called on it they grew careless and permitted mass Muslim immigration.  A problem even they can’t escape.

A problem that is literally costing Canadian’s Billions, not to mention the damage done to our society by the erosion of civil liberties designed to both accommodate Islam and contain what our elites consider an acceptable level of Muslim violence.

By the way,  you’re a racist for objecting to the official narrative.


  • The Goat

    The #1 cause of income inequality is mass immigration. Those at the top are secure because even the socialism it inspires targets income and not wealth. It’s those of us further down the pyramid who are just trying to climb a few rungs on the ladder that get screwed.

    • It’s a Ponzi scheme.

    • It’s part of it.

      Consider: if you were a business-owner, would you rather deal with a fat, greedy union or move your business overseas?

      • El Martyachi

        … just another seemingly no-longer-resolvable natural tension.

        • De-fang the unions, set up iron-clad contracts for factory workers and let the market decide on wages, ect.

          That and huge tariffs on places like China that exploit labour.

          But these are solutions to problems no one wants to fix.

          • El Martyachi

            That’s predicated on people being reasonable. I see no sign of this happening anywhere.

          • D’oh.