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Garden City, Kansas to become new poster-city for the joys of BIG MEAT-generated multiculturalism

Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 21, 2017

If you’ve been reading RRW for a bunch of years, you probably heard about the propaganda film featuring Shelbyville, TN that a left-wing-funded media outfit did back in 2007. The film was a whitewashed look at the turmoil created in the town when Tyson Foods ‘welcomed’ refugee (mostly Somali labor) to Shelbyville.

In the Shelbyville flick a local newspaper reporter who wrote a series of stories about the disruption the Somalis had brought to town was the villain in the film that was ultimately shown around the world about how great it was that the locals finally accepted their African brothers.  (Here is one of many posts I wrote about the Shelbyville propaganda film.)

Now, check this out, a new propaganda film (actually two of them) are being filmed this summer in Garden City, Kansas. (That Shelbyville film is too old now, they need something new for the Trump-era.)

Somali workers attend new employee orientation at the Tyson beef meat packing plant outside of Garden City, Kansas. http://100percentfedup.com/how-tyson-foods-is-spreading-islam-in-u-s-forcing-taxpayers-to-pick-up-housing-healthcare-costs-for-refugees-and-destroying-local-towns/

They have villains too!  You will see them discussed in the opening paragraphs here at The Garden City Telegram (read about them yourselves).

Just like the Shelbyville film, the Garden City film(s) will be used to shame other towns in to accepting a flood of third world diversity.

What a coincidence…..

Here (below) are a few snips from this latest news.  Guess what? It is Tyson Foods that brought the ready supply of cheap refugee labor to Garden City too!  What are the odds that this film company will bring up the issue of low wage (cheap!) immigrant labor? Zip! Zero! Nada!

I was going to visit Garden City last summer on my 6000-mile trip to see some of America’s meatpacking towns that have been changed by BIG MEAT, but my local contact (not happy with what has happened to G-C) had a family emergency, so I went to Nebraska instead.

Maybe I should resuscitate my idea about a book that shows how major global corporations, like the meat and poultry industry, are changing America for one reason—Low wage workers means PROFITS for them!

And, then along come these Leftwing film makers to shut up any citizen opposition and help BIG MEAT get its laborers for decades to come!  Makes me wonder if Tyson Foods is helping pay for the project!  Hmmmm!

The Garden City Telegram:

When Lawrence-based documentary filmmakers Tess Banion and Bob Hurst heard this news [about villains in western Kansas—ed], they decided their next project was going to take place in Garden City.

[….]

Their documentary will be a feature length film, so 90 to 100 minutes, and will try to illustrate how Garden City’s diverse culture works by diving deep into immigrants’ stories. [These leftwingers love their “stories,” we need  to get better at telling ours!—ed]

“This is not going to be a journalistic piece,” Hurst said. “It’s more of a portrait. I think it’s more personal and more in depth about the lives of particular individuals who have come to Garden City and have been there for a long time, or new arrivals and what they have gone through personally and what their stories are.”

[….]

Hurst said their goal for their new film is for viewers to reflect on the lives of others, and find that every resident of Garden City is working toward the same goals. [Fascinating admission that they are trying to bend minds—ed]

[….]

To help understand the mindset of long-term Garden City residents, Hurst and Banion have enlisted the help of Nancy Harness, former mayor and longtime resident of Garden City. Harness said she is excited to be a part of the film and hopes that the documentary can serve to be an ambassador for the town.

“I think that the community is unique in how we dealt with the diversity of cultures, and it’s nice to have that be recognized by people from outside the community,” Harness said. “ I think part of my job here is to be an ambassador for Garden City and western Kansas. It’s an intriguing place and interesting community. To be part of the crew to introduce that community to a larger audience is cool.”

Harness said she hopes that residents who are hesitant of immigrants watch the film and reflect on why Garden City has welcomed immigrants in the past.

BIG MEAT changed Garden City!

“Part of what happened was that in 1980, we opened the world’s largest beef packing plant,” she said. “They needed 3,000 folks to just keep the plant running. Well, where are those workers going to come from? When the community decided that’s how they wanted to move forward economically, we basically said as a community we will open our doors to new people because that’s the only way this will work. I hope that this film gives the life-long locals who might be hesitant to this immigrant change a moment to stop and think about how the only reason Garden works is that everybody feels some ownership to it.”

Obviously that is not true—that everybody feels some ownership of the meat industry’s need for cheap labor and its role in changing the demographics of American heartland towns.

And, btw, in case you are wondering, the meat industry once paid wages that were very attractive to AMERICAN workers. It is only when they discovered first the illegal aliens willing to work for less, and then ultimately the refugee laborers whose low wages you subsidize with your welfare support, were they able to keep wages low.

Continue reading here.

Here is a lengthy story from the Wichita Eagle in 2010 with more background on Garden City and Tyson Foods.

One of my favorite stories about Garden City (and Harness role) was this one from 2010 where we learned that Somalis in Garden City wanted their own (separate) publicly funded cemetery. No association with infidels even in death!

Another controversy long-time readers might remember is the one about Emporia, Kansas and how the arrival of the Somali labor force there for, yes, another Tyson Foods plant, roiled the town so much so that Tyson closed the plant!

Don’t miss this post: Trump refugee number reduction could hurt BIG MEAT (at Bloomberg no less!).

Here is one of about 20 posts I wrote on the controversy in Emporia.  Unfortunately most of the links are now dead, so it’s a good thing I did snip articles throughout the period back in 2008.  Some of those Emporia Somalis moved to Garden City.

It is really too bad that there aren’t documentary film makers with some cash to tell the other side of the ‘diversity is beautiful’ story to balance the Garden City films in the works.

Is it time for a modern day version of The Jungle?

11 Responses to “Garden City, Kansas to become new poster-city for the joys of BIG MEAT-generated multiculturalism”

  1. “Harness said she hopes that residents who are hesitant of immigrants watch the film and reflect on why Garden City has welcomed immigrants in the past.”
    Hesitant? Try terrified, and rightly so…any American in their right mind would be in a preemptively defensive mood at the mere sight of these invaders, regardless of how “nice’ they come across. Those smiles are part of the strategic deception.

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  2. So, by producing these films, the “egalitarian” libtards are, indirectly, pandering to the greedy, exploitative capitalists. And we wonder why everything becomes so much more confusing when liberals are in power…..

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  3. tvfmontana said

    Looks like these refugee doc productions are catching on. Maybe these people are the useful idiots unknowingly following the blueprint to destroy America?

    The New Neighbors Project – Home
    https://www.facebook.com/newneighborsproject/

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  4. icthelite said

    Spreading the articles published like this one in WND should start getting folks attention.

    http://www.wnd.com/2017/05/minnesota-retreats-from-ban-on-female-genital-mutilation/

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  5. Why are NOT Americans outraged??? Oh just low paying jobs, that’s what many Americans thought and said! Why should I care!? That’s why South Carolina North Carolina jobs in furniture are now gone to China etc. They left the US and the good pay jobs are gone! We pay OUR TAX MONEY TO imported labor at the meat packing plants while YOU the American tax payer does without? ALL YOUR MONEY GOES TO THEM , you pay for their food housing doctors everything while they pay 0! We struggle to pay our taxes keep our homes while Big Companies like Tyson gets rich off all our backs!!! Wake Up!!!

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  6. The acts of Separitism or not assimulating, is something WE ALL NATIVE ,AMERICANS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR CREATING…and it like a delayed IED THAT HAS AND IS DESTROYING OUR LANGUAGE AND CULTURE.

    Can one REALLY QUIBBLE that these illegal and legal migrants are making a living for themselves and their Families ? CAN WE BEGRUDGE THEM OR ANYONE THAT, REALLY, in an, for all intents and purposes, Free Market Economy ?

    Or do you want MORE generational dependence of Government to solve this and their problems ? CAPITALISM and a Free Market Economic prinicples are more successful. History proves this.

    WE KNOW LIBERISM IS A MENTAL DISORDER…and SOMETIMES CONSERVATISM…the JINGOISTIC type of the perrenial OBSESSED, NUMBER COUNTERS, IS ALSO.

    These latter types forget WE ARE TALKING ABOUT HUMAN BEINGS NOT NUMBERS.

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  7. ac0e said

    I’ve known Nancy (Keller) Harness for many years.
    I’m happy she relocated to Lawrence, Kansas. Lawrence fits her political feelings much more accurately than her hometown of Garden City.
    James Douglass
    Garden City, Kansas
    Mayor 1999-2000

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    • Ann Corcoran said

      Thanks for that info… so she doesn’t even live there anymore but is helping these propaganda film makers? Sheesh

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  8. Demographic Multiculturalism Math: Big Beef + Big Poultry + Cheap Immigrant Labor =
    Big Profits + Welfare Subsidies + Unemployment For Americans

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