China Fights For Young Talent, West Fights for Low IQ Criminals

Lanzhou has eased housing restrictions.

Several cities, including Nanjing, have eased policy amid a war for talent as demographic reality kicks in. Skilled workers, those with degrees, and under the age of 40, are being exempted from rules. Wuhan, Changsha, Suzhou, Jinan are also mentioned as having launched similar policies.

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I take a quite negative view of China's credit situation on this blog, but the above story crystallizes why China stands a good chance of surpassing the West. In China, capital and policy work in favor of the young, hardworking and talented. In America and Europe, the political elite are fighting to flood the nation with low skilled, low IQ, criminal population:
Heritage: DACA Is Not What the Democrats Say It Is. Here Are the Facts
Only 49 percent of DACA beneficiaries have a high school education—despite the fact that a majority of them are adults.

How thorough was Homeland Security vetting? In February 2017, after the arrest of a DACA beneficiary for gang membership, the Department of Homeland Security admitted that at least 1,500 DACA beneficiaries had their eligibility terminated “due to a criminal conviction, gang affiliation, or a criminal conviction related to gang affiliation.”

By August 2017, that number had surged to 2,139.

In fact, based on documents obtained by Judicial Watch, it is apparent that the Obama administration used a “lean and light” system of background checks in which only a few, randomly selected DACA applicants were ever actually vetted.

Additionally, DACA only excluded individuals for convictions. Thus, even if a Homeland Security background investigation—which apparently was almost never done—produced substantial evidence that an illegal alien might have committed multiple crimes, the alien would still be eligible for DACA unless Homeland Security referred the violation to state or federal prosecutors and the alien was convicted.

DACA had no requirement of English fluency either. In fact, the original application requested applicants to answer whether the form had been “read” to the alien by a translator “in a language in which [the applicant is] fluent.”

The Center for Immigration Studies estimates that “perhaps 24 percent of the DACA-eligible population fall into the functionally illiterate category and another 46 percent have only ‘basic’ English ability.”
Bonus: the hot topic in America this weekend was President Trump's mental health.

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