Americans First Project Launched by ALIPAC To Save American JobsAmericans First Project Launched by ALIPAC To Save American Jobs
July 31, 2012
Contact: Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC)
(866) 703-0864 / Press@alipac.us
ALIPAC is launching a new effort today called the "Americans First Project", which will educate and encourage American citizens to protect American jobs by refusing services from imported and illegal workers.
The goal of the Americans First Project (AFP) is to fight to reclaim every job possible for American workers who are currently being systematically targeted for displacement by federal policies and corporations.
The Americans First Project asks American consumers to insist that companies only send American workers of any race but who are fluent in English to their properties for any services, repairs, installations or deliveries. Companies, repairs, services, products and installations not provided by American labor are to be rejected and replaced with those providing jobs for Americans during these historically bad economic times.
"When I pay for an installation, roof repair, electrician, or any services which require workers on property I own or rent, I make it clear that the workers can be of any race, but they must be American citizens who speak fluent English," said William Gheen. "I've been practicing this technique for over a year now and I hope to get a lot of other people in the country following my example on this. We can start opening up new jobs for Americans this week if enough people will join me on this."
The Americans First Project is being added as a permanent new feature of the ALIPAC.us website. Alipac is the world's largest archive of information about illegal immigration and America's 3rd largest national organization fighting against illegal immigration.
The AFP will include a new section dedicated to this effort in the Forums at www.ALIPAC.us. This new section will include a detailed explanation containing tips for pro American worker activists. Citizens participating in the AFP can post questions and their own suggestions as well as their experiences implementing the principles of the Americans First Project.
To begin the process, William Gheen will post a detailed description of his recent experiences when he rejected and then canceled a $2,000 purchase of a new refrigerator and generator because Home Depot had said they had no American workers to deliver and install the items. The purchase was canceled and the purchase was then made at the Lowes company, which used American workers for the install.
"People have to be willing to be diligent and to be inconvenienced for the sake of saving American jobs from unnecessary foreign labor," said William Gheen. "American citizens are facing unprecedented joblessness and foreclosures and many jobs that would usually be available to them are being taken by legal and illegal foreign labor. American consumers are no longer exercising much control over anything they consume but when buyers refuse foreign labor and insist on American workers then companies will take notice."
To learn more about and to participate in ALIPAC's Americans First Project (AFP) please visit www.ALIPAC.us to visit our Forum and to join our e-mail alerts.
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