I'm surprised more liberals haven't stopped to consider the real ethical implications of the amnesty they want and the drastic expansion they want, of existing diversity programs. Instead progressives are just sort of willfully capering towards what amounts to a human atrocity.
At first I couldn't make any sense of this paragraph at all and figured it was just another missive from the parallel reality of talk radio, the essential belief being "brown people are taking away the jobs of white people and this is a human atrocity."
But then I thought, he's capable of unpacking this line of bull, so let's look at it a little harder.
First off, the brown people have not moved to where jobs AREN'T. They're acting in their own self-interest and have moved to where jobs could be found and employers would hire them. Further, they did not cause white people to be thrown out of work, they filled open jobs white people were not filling for one reason or another. (Do not forget the employers for these jobs were largely white people, either.)
In one example, the brown people did not move to rural West Virginia and cause white coal miners to lose their jobs. The coal mine jobs were already lost due to other economic forces and changes. For good reason, the brown people did not move there.
In another example, if brown people moved to where landscaping and roofing jobs were available (mainly from white employers), they were likely not causing white people to be thrown out of those jobs. Mostly, they were taking jobs white people did not apply for (because the wages were far too low, even below minimum, or the work did not suit their skill set). The white people, who were citizens, realized receiving welfare or some other support paid better than the roofing job and, acting in rational self interest, chose the support. That left undocumented persons to fill the jobs.
In neither of those examples did brown people take the jobs of white people. Either the jobs were not there anyway, or the white people made a different choice.
You can't make a reasonable argument by aggregating West Virginia, Texas, Georgia, and a whole bunch of other states into the same labor pool, either. Just because some national-scale statistics show white people are not working doesn't mean somehow brown people took their jobs. The brown people could have been 2000 miles away. Seen another way, the jobs could have been 2000 miles away and the white people could have preferred not to move so far.
And if you think white people being on unemployment or welfare is in itself a human atrocity, you really need to get some perspective. I'm more of the opinion shooting at people trying to cross a border (even illegally) is a human atrocity. That's what they did before the Berlin Wall fell, if you recall.