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Xmas Future Henry Kravis Scrooge Doll

December 24, 2007

Henry Kravis Scrooge, H.K. Scrooge, aka Hong Kong Scrooge, falls asleep at one of his many houses. He is visited by a ghost who wakes him and takes him to where he went to school.

H.K.: Its all white people. I couldn’t have gone to school here. They are all white. Does seem orderly though. But its not vibrant. Its also so abandoned. Where are all the people?

H.K. falls asleep. He is visited by the Ghost of Christmas Present. They visit a university.

H.K. This is better. I was sick of all those whites.

Student: Out of my way, my debt clock is ticking. I will never be able to have kids. Who runs this country?

H.K.: (to student) Youth in my time had respect for their elders.

Student: Elders in our time have only debt and immigrants for us. These twin burdens rob us of our youth and security. We can’t have kids. The death of births is the truth of my generation.

H.K.: Youth are spoiled. It was that way with my generation.

Student: You could find yourselves and still get jobs later and have kids because you had job security from low immigration. That’s gone now. We have only fear. Fear for the present and fear for the future.

H.K. falls asleep.

H.K. is visited by the Ghost of Christmas future.

HK wakes up when the Spirit comes.

HK: Do you have a work visa for this type of work?

Spirit pulls on him.

HK: Will this be a future of willing slaves, I mean workers to fill every job?

Spirit pulls him.

HK: Where are you taking me? What ruins are these? This, I can identify the rivers. This must be Manhattan. Or what’s left of it. I can see, it looks like a mosque. A single mosque in Manhattan. There are radiation signs everywhere, no one comes here. Where are you taking me now?

They fly over the land to the South West.

HK: This is vibrant.

A gang comes along and shoot some people. Then they demand money from store-owners.

HK: Is this multiculturalism? Spirit?

Then they travel to the South East to Tennessee. The land is crowded. Hispanic signs are everywhere. Its noisy and crowded. People live in squalor.

HK: What happened here? Did that, what did they call it Oak Ridge, have some sort of melt down? It seems like this land has decayed.

H.K. falls asleep. He wakes back in the present.

H.K.: That future hasn’t happened yet. It can still be changed.

H.K. calls up his lobbyists and cronies.

H.K. I have seen a vision of the future. We need millions more immigrants. We need them for the economy.

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Have a Henry Kravis Christmas.

With Chinese lead made toys

Don’t think about the future,

When your stomach is making noise.

Henry still has willing workers

To fill your job and mine.

Have a Henry Kravis Christmas this year.

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==Repetition from previous posts:

==Wright Island Model Sustained Immigration is genetic replacement immigration.

https://oldatlanticlighthouse.wordpress.com/2007/06/30/population-genetics-island-model-one-way-migration/

“We investigated various cases of the island model with stochastic migration. If the population is infinite, the immigrants have a fixed gene frequency and the alleles are neutral, the gene frequency on the island converges to that of the immigrants.”

Genetics. 1979 January; 91(1): 163–176.

The Island Model with Stochastic Migration

Thomas Nagylaki

Department of Biophysics and Theoretical Biology, The University of Chicago, 920 East 58th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60637

http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=12139

As pointed out in a previous post:

The theorem doesn’t say you get a mixture of old and new. The theorem says you get complete replacement of the old by the new. The old goes extinct. This is pure genetic replacement. It doesn’t matter if there is an intermediate mixture or not. Over time, the initial stock is replaced completely. Promises of a mixture are false.

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This article is satire, spoof or truth.  All other disclaimers apply.  You can no longer apply for a job though at Henry Kravis Industries.  Restate all statements as hypotheses or questions for Henry Kravis and his fellows to answer.

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