Tyson Foods, Shelbyville, and “Refugees”

Tennessee

Here’s a link to David Robinson, a former Acting Assistant Secretary
Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration, boasting about the partnership between Tyson Foods and the US federal government in transforming the demographics of Middle Tennessee:

“In Tennessee, I heard firsthand the commitment of businesses to making refugee resettlement successful. Tyson Foods support to refugees is remarkable: $100,000 per year for on-site ESL, $3,500 per year for college costs, 100% reimbursement for naturalization applications, full-time interpreters on site, financial assistance, on-site banking, and tax preparation services, all of which demonstrate why the company had only a 12.5% turnover last year and has proven to be such a strong example of leadership in integrating refugees, not just into their new community, but into the wider U.S. economy.”

Note: Robinson brags that the three millionth refugee was resettled in the US in February 2012.

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10 Comments

  1. Never got a penny like this myself. Each Somali is getting 3,500 for college per year, plus ESL instruction and other tutoring? wtf.

    This is clearly a race replacement strategy. All that tax cash could have simply been used to subsidize wages for chicken pluckers from the local area.

  2. These bastards like David Robison are really getting arrogant. Robinson is a Notre Dame graduate, so I guess that means he’s a Catholic bastard? LOL. He’s originally from Connecticut—big surprise.

  3. He wears it like it’s a badge of honor. Well it’s certainly something around his neck, that’s for sure.

  4. Just remember you guys, we’ve got to “let the market decide.” My first reaction to this story wasn’t anger at Tyson Foods, it was anger at the conservatard pieces of shit that promote the kind of exploitative economy that allows Tyson Foods to get away with this.

  5. Earl, Notre Dame, for all practical purposes, is no longer a Catholic institution. It when liberal years ago. Most devout Catholics who went there before the liberalism set in no longer support the school. So Robinson is a liberal bastard, not a Catholic one. LOL!

  6. Dan Poole wrote:

    Just remember you guys, we’ve got to “let the market decide.” My first reaction to this story wasn’t anger at Tyson Foods, it was anger at the conservatard pieces of shit that promote the kind of exploitative economy that allows Tyson Foods to get away with this.

    I respond:

    Well, the market can decide. It’s just that my version of the market will only allow for native born white Americans or Dixierons, unionized where proper and appropriate, in the labor market. And no open borders, no swinging the gates open for millions of cheap labor non-whites. Don’t forget too the negative consequences for the traitors among us.

  7. This filthy rich Tyson CEO traitor Donnie Smith is apparently a native of Tennessee:

    The Poultry Federation Reports:

    “ABOUT DONNIE SMITH

    Donnie Smith is president and chief executive officer of Tyson Foods, Inc. and oversees all aspects of the company’s business. His direct reports include the Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer, General Counsel, Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Senior Vice President of External Relations.

    A native of Tennessee, Smith has more than 30 years of experience in the food industry. He joined Tyson Foods in 1980 and spent seven years in live poultry operations in Tennessee before moving to Springdale, Arkansas, where he eventually became a senior leader in the purchasing and supply chain departments. He has since held other leadership positions in the company, including Chief Information Officer and Group Vice President of Logistics and Operations Services. He also served as Group Vice President of Consumer Products before becoming Senior Group Vice President of Poultry and Prepared Foods. He was named to his current position in November 2009. Smith holds a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science from University of Tennessee at Knoxville

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