Rich Countries Are Draining Poor Countries from Human Resources
The privileged elite populations in rich countries are getting older, numerous and richer. That is good for them. But they are faced with chronic shortage of labor for nursing the elderly; and the increasing number of young elite. So these countries needs a lot of nannies; maids; and babysitters. They also need a lot more labor for menial work and to fill rejected jobs and for entertainment.
Importing ready-made grown up labor and workers from Asia; Africa and South America creates many problems; and they are disgusting or at least unsuitable to fit nicely with their new rich masters. So what is the solution?; asked the immigration officials.
The final plan is to import already-made cute young labor below the age of , say, 10 years with their biological parents. The use of these useless parents is to act as nannies and labors for the growing nannies and labor of the future and to produce more babies. The new young imported population will take care and serve the rich in the future in more acceptable ways after being well adapted and trained. Plus all together they are good for the markets as consumers or as commodities.
Rich countries are draining poor countries from their best human resources just to create classes of servants for their spoiled filthy rich regardless of causing deeper poverty and wider development gap with already poor and underdeveloped countries.
This is not the ugly criminal human trafficking or modern slavery. It is nice official human trafficking and official modern slavery. Universal Human Rights do not prevent the rich from being tricky and use clever ways.
Employment; citizenship; and immigration laws in the USA; Canada; Europe; and Australia must be reformed; and they must be scrutinized continuously by international organizations with greater influence from the developing and underdeveloped countries.