Globalization Knocking On Bellingham's Door
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Steve Sailer had an excellent post on SWPL types avoiding globalization by living locally in Bellingham, WA.  The area might be only 4.63% Hispanic, but that is already too much and symptomatic of the changes, and Hispanics, are heading north.

Local farmers just a few miles south of Bellingham,  Burlington specifically, are on the aglobalization bandwagon and using illegal alien labor to cut costs and make money, as well as sticking it to whitey.

From a post on this blog about a year ago:  Farmer Steve Sakamura doesn't like to pay wages sufficient to hire local sustainable workers.
Federale Blog August 1, 2011

Causes Of Illegal Immigration

BURLINGTON, Wash. — If you buy strawberry Haagen-Dazs ice cream, Steve Sakuma says, there's an 80 percent chance that you're going to get his berries, grown on some of the richest black soil in America, in northern Washington state, about 50 miles from the Canadian border.
And he says there's a very good chance that you'd get berries handpicked by illegal immigrants, too.

Small-town hipsters can run, but they can't hide from illegal immigration, Walmarts, and Chipotles. Illegals and globalization are like the old bad Terminator, it will not be stopped, certainly not by Disingenuous White Liberals thinking and living locally, or by a little rain.  And I am thinking that the hipsters have a few illegals working on those farms, ice creameries, and trendy restaurants anyway.  

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