We are approaching a crisis in the west. Half of low-skilled jobs will vanish in the near future: http://bit.ly/2jVi8sN Another study back 2013 by the CBRE came to the same conclusion. Thomas Frey of the DaVinci Institue did the math and concluded that 2 billion jobs will disappear worldwide in the next 15 years. This is not good news for an America that is already in deep economic trouble: Labor participation is the lowest since 1977. 95,000,000 Americans are not in the labor force. According to the Bureau of Labor, in 20% of American families, no one works. 86 million American workers are supporting 145 million people taking some type of government entitlement. 1 million dollars is being added to the debt every 90 seconds. Each American now owes $55,000 dollars, which correlates to $151,000 per tax payer. 70% of our taxes now pay for Social Security/Medicare and entitlements (food stamps, welfare, etc.). That leaves only 20% for national defence and everything else. But it's not just that we'll lose jobs that is a problem, it's the types of jobs that will be lost. If you dig into the data what you find is that it's low-skilled jobs that are going away. They'll be replaced by automation, robotics, computer science, and high technology jobs that require high IQ. The news is all a buzz with Trump's executive order to temporarily limit visas from 7 countries. In my opinion, whether you support immigration or your don't, the valve is going to be shut completely off in the near future. We will have no choice because the percentage of Americans not able to participate in the labor force will be so high that we'll have our own humanitarian crisis. And the problems will be everywhere in the world. Africa is on pace to have 2.4 billion people added to the population within the next 30 years, and there already isn't enough food to feed them. South/Central America's population is on pace to double within the next 30 years. Populations are exploding pretty much everywhere in the world except in Europe, North America, and parts of Asia. There's a scene in the Brad Pitt movie World War Z, where hundreds of thousands of zombies are trying to scale the wall of the last remaining country. That movie might just be a glimpse into our future.