Saturday, February 21, 2015

The Future Alternative Facing Most of America’s Employers: The Reliability of Robots vs. the Incompetence, Sullenness and Sloth of the Colored Underclasses

By Nicholas Stix



Anonymous said...

Just think of all the foreign auto manufacturers who build a plant in the U.S.

A $1 billion or spent for each plant, a lot of money spent on automation [robots].

And always built in a rural out of the way place where the only potential employees are whitey farm boys and whitey farm girls.

NO Detroit.

Anonymous said...

True. Subaru is in Bloomington, Indiana. Mercedes Benz is in rural northern Alabama. That is, on the southern edge of Appalachia.

No urban white "activists" come around to organize unions in these rural areas, and the number of blacks in these areas can be counted on one hand.