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What are some social and economic effects of migration from mexico to USA?

Old May 22nd 2012, 12:44 pm
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Um, asking other people to do your homework for you does not qualify as research. Just so you know. My 12-year-old knows that.
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It's created an underclass of prosperous emigrants from the northern area of the United States who work as slave masters - because of the history of slavery in the Union, no-one suspects the people who come from the northern states. Nebraska is one of the worst states for people to come from. They regularly fly their helicopters into Mexico, flying below radar level, and will pick up Mexicans with the promise of a better life. The Mexicans come to escape the drug wars. They are then put to work in the fledgling aerospace industry, with private companies who are looking to replace what NASA did using them as test dummies - it's cheaper to use a Mexican than a crash test dummy.

The mexicans themselves try to escape, and they have sought revenge by imprisoning Americans. They have them working for them on things like PBS and NPR - they have them appealing for donations to keep the service going (check the websites), but in reality this is all to fuel their empire growth and taco addictions.

The only reason I know this is the helicopters fly above my house overnight (they fly really low) and I have helped smuggle one of the PBS presenters back to Michigan to escape his captors. They control a lot of the internet, which is why it is really hard to find information about this - I feel your pain.
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It's created an underclass of prosperous emigrants from the northern area of the United States who work as slave masters - because of the history of slavery in the Union, no-one suspects the people who come from the northern states. Nebraska is one of the worst states for people to come from. They regularly fly their helicopters into Mexico, flying below radar level, and will pick up Mexicans with the promise of a better life. The Mexicans come to escape the drug wars. They are then put to work in the fledgling aerospace industry, with private companies who are looking to replace what NASA did using them as test dummies - it's cheaper to use a Mexican than a crash test dummy.

The mexicans themselves try to escape, and they have sought revenge by imprisoning Americans. They have them working for them on things like PBS and NPR - they have them appealing for donations to keep the service going (check the websites), but in reality this is all to fuel their empire growth and taco addictions.

The only reason I know this is the helicopters fly above my house overnight (they fly really low) and I have helped smuggle one of the PBS presenters back to Michigan to escape his captors. They control a lot of the internet, which is why it is really hard to find information about this - I feel your pain.

I told you not to do his homework 4 him.
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I am researching whether you can buy spam in India...if so what are the social and economic effects.
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I am researching whether you can buy spam in India...if so what are the social and economic effects.
Isn't that part of the reason for the undercurrent between India & Pakistan - the use of a pork(ish) based product?
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There are no social and economic effects from legal migration of Mexicans to the US.

There are tremendous social and economic effects from illegal migration of Mexicans to the US. For example, milk is less expensive. This is because when the illegal Mexicans die in the US, the Americans use the bodies to fertilize the fields where the cattle graze - which in turn allows the cattle to produce more milk for the Americans. It's a win-win situation!

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I thought the Mexicans were all heading home anyway because Mexico's economy is doing better than the US these days...
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There are no social and economic effects from legal migration of Mexicans to the US.



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I beg to differ.

The price of gardeners and laborers is suppressed due to the abundance of legal Mexican men in southern California.

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I beg to differ.

The price of gardeners and laborers is suppressed due to the abundance of legal Mexican men in southern California.

There will also be some social effects like popularity of soccer.
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I tried going on google but didnt find much i need this 4 my geograhy homework
I tried going on google but didnt find much I need this for my geograhy homework

Please try harder, plus the odd comma and full stop would not hurt.
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