Dem Palestinian Rascist Farouk Shami: ‘White People Not Willing to Work in Factories’

You can’t go wrong disparaging “whites”. Must be part of the Dem Party platform.

Democratic candidate for governor Farouk Shami said Friday that white people are not willing to work in factories and as a result, Hispanic labor is essential to the Texas economy.

Shami, a Houston hair care magnate, made the statements during a taping of WFAA’s Inside Texas Politics, which airs at 9 a.m. Sunday on Channel 8.

“A majority of the people are going to be Hispanic and African-American,” he said. “You don’t find white people who are willing to work in factories. And our history proves lots of time when … the white people come to work in a factory they either want to be supervisors or they want to be paid more than the average person. And unfortunately they exit.”

Us white folk just wanna be paid in accordance with our qualifications.  Newsflash, Farouk: White people not only work in management, but many also work on the assembly line.

By the way, most of the employees in hair salons are white, underpaid women with no benefits.
For once, the union says something that makes sense:

Becky Moeller, president of the Texas AFL-CIO, also said Shami was wrong.
“That is the most preposterous statement I’ve ever heard come out of a person’s mouth,” she said. “I don’t know where he’s getting his information. It’s not supported by facts.”
Moeller said that white Texans work in manufacturing jobs, as do residents of all ethnic backgrounds.

This nutjob is prone to lunacy:

Throughout the campaign, Shami has been prone to making controversial statements. And his campaign has often dwelled on the issue of race. He’s accused White of taking jobs from black Houstonians and giving them to his friends, as well as making sure potholes in Mexican-American and black neighborhoods were not fixed.

Shami has even criticized White for touting his birthplace, San Antonio, suggesting that doing so was a thinly veiled slap at Shami’s Palestinian roots.

Shami’s comments Friday about the tendencies of white workers were prompted by a question asking the Democrat to clarify a statement he made at Monday’s debate with (the frontrunner in the race, former Houston Mayor) Bill White.

During the forum, Shami responded to a question about illegal immigration by saying: “A day without Mexicans is a day without sunshine.”

“Where ever you go, I mean, you find, you know, Hispanic people really are essential to our economy and services,” he said. “We cannot do without that.”

Does that include illegal aliens hired by employers; both of whom are breaking the law? (Title 8 U.S. Code)
I wonder if Farouk uses E-Verify at his sweatshops.
And he’s a “troofer” to boot:

Shami, who taped the interview at Houston station KHOU, was asked by a reporter there about (Republican candidate) Debra Medina’s remarks, in which she failed to dismiss a fringe theory that the Bush administration played a role in the 2001 terrorist attacks. Medina has since said she believes Muslim terrorists were responsible.

“Would we ever find the truth about 9/11? That’s a very dangerous subject to get into,” Shami said. “You know so it’s hard to make judgment. I’m not saying yes or no, because I don’t know the truth.”

The reporter, Doug Miller, pressed Shami on what he believed about 9/11, and like Medina, Shami left open the possibility of a government conspiracy.

“If it was a strategy to put the country under a threat to really get the people together, I mean, in politics, I don’t trust politics, unfortunately,” Shami said. “That’s why I think politics should be run like a business, up front and transparent.”

He doesn’t trust politics, but he’s ass deep in it.
He’s also a Kennedy conspiracy nut:

He added: “The possibilities are there, the jury is out to decide, time will tell.” And he raised the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy. http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/dn/latestnews/stories/021210dnmetshami.1100b45ac.html

Debra Medina by the way, is a Ron Paul moron who needs to be excommunicated from the Republican Party. When she was asked straight up by Glenn Beck if is a 9/11 Truther, she came up with a lame excuse about “evidence” and would not simply answer “yes” or “no”. That little tap dance caused her to clarify her (non) response.
http://rightwingnews.com/2010/02/is-debra-medina-a-truther/

Texas Conservative has another look at Medina:
http://txconservative.wordpress.com/2010/02/10/inside-the-medina-movement-a-scary-look/

This Palistinian asshole  is a rascist, a nutjob, and an intellectually bankrupt loser.
And *big surprise*, he’s backed by the “Mexican-American” Dems.
http://trailblazersblog.dallasnews.com/archives/2010/02/shami-endorsed-by-mexican-amer.html

Farouk Shami was born in Ramallah, West Bank, who now lives in Houston, Texas, and is a board member of the American Task Force on Palestine (ATFP), an organization that funds and supports PLO terrorists.
http://frontpagemag.com/2010/01/29/the-terror-and-crime-of-the-american-task-force-on-palestine/
http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/groupProfile.asp?grpid=6621

This kind of shit goes on across the country, right under the nose of our illustrious Department of Homeland Security and the FBI.

He needs to be deported back to the West Bank.

5 thoughts on “Dem Palestinian Rascist Farouk Shami: ‘White People Not Willing to Work in Factories’”

  1. Longtime Texan

    Does Religion Matter? – Culturally and Politically – Farouk’s religion DOES matter, not as to where or how often he practices or not, but what he believes in.

    Farouk Shami is a member of the board of the American Task Force on Palestine, as was Tareq Salahi, the Whitehouse party crasher.

    Regarding the Palestinian Right of Return, the ATFP states on its website that “The right of return is an integral part of international humanitarian law, and cannot be renounced by any parties”.

    There is no Palestinian constituency of consequence that would agree to the renunciation of this right. There is also no Jewish constituency of consequence in Israel that would accept the return of millions of Palestinian refugees.

    Everyone is concentrating on the Palestinian refugee issue, initially created by the 1948 war, and continued with the Six-Day War (1967). Many of the refugees left the territory due to the encouragement by the Arab nations ready to invade Israel, so that they could then return to the ‘liberated’ territory. Now decades later, the number has grown from the initial 726,000 (UN estimate) into 4.6 million. With the exception of Jordan, no Muslim country has allowed permanent resettlement of Palestinian refugees. Israel tried to do so in Gaza, but was forbidden to interfere with the camps by the UN.

    Did you know that Palestinians have received more foreign aid per capita than the entire Marshall Plan to rebuild Europe after WWII? What is there show for it? Where is the money? In the private Swiss bank accounts of the select leaders, and nobody in the Western World seems to care!!!

    Nobody is talking about 900,000 Jews who were forced to leave their homes in Arab countries when Israel was formed.

    The Right of Return would result in the end of Israel (the only democratic society in the Middle East), only by different means than Hamas, PLO, Fatah, Hezbollah or Iran are promoting. Not only the Fatah, but Arab leaders and media have unabashedly admitted that the refugee issue and right of return are being used as a means to destroy Israel. Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser told an interviewer on September 1, 1961: “If the refugees return to Israel, Israel will cease to exist.”

  2. butt neckid

    A DAY WITHOUT MEXICANS IS A DAY WITHOUT SUN SHINE?????????????????????????????????

    is there a mexican that is responsible for turning on the sun?????

    hell I thought that job was taken by my neighbors rooster….

    SHAMI-WOW!!!

  3. Longtime Texan

    Who is Farouk Shami? The real issue is not necessarily his religion or national origin but his credibility. Are his Public Statements factual or just Beauty Show hype?

    Farouk in San Antonio (10/21/09): “I manage business in 106 countries, I have tens of thousands of employees, and we’ve brought billions of dollars to the state of Texas,” Shami said.

    Fact Check:
    • Farouk manufacturers the products and sells them to independent distributors/importers (in US and overseas), who in return sell to the salons. He DOES NOT manage these companies. They are his customers.
    • Likewise the employees of these distributors or the salons which use his products are NOT Farouk’s employees.
    • Farouk has always claimed that he sells only to the professional hairdressers, yet his products can be found in Wal-Mart, Costco, Target, HEB, as well as discount stores.

    Yes, Farouk has done well for himself BUT… He is NOT the sole owner of his companies – Farouk claims (as well documented in many articles and interviews, and then repeated by the media) to be a Billionaire; however he is NOT listed on Forbes List of Billionaires – with his ego, he definitely would make sure that he would be listed if he just could prove it

    Farouk claimed to be Quaker?
    Having attended Quaker School does not make Farouk a Quaker – maybe that is all what was available at the time (or even today) for quality education in Ramallah.
    • Wikipedia: “The Friends School currently serves as the School for the best and the brightest. It is well known to educate the children of Palestinian elites.”
    • MilitantIslamMonitor: “Guilford College controversy Being Manipulated By CAIR -Quaker school tied to pro terrorist Friends school in Ramallah”
    • Farouk said that he is Quaker – his son told a reporter that Farouk is Muslim – Farouk then clarified that he is Muslim-Quaker
    • King of Jordan had sent his personal message to Farouk Shami (to a Quaker?) during the last two company conferences – Amman, Jordan (2006) and Cancun, Mexico (2008)
    • Farouk is a member of, guest speaker to, and honored by many Muslim organizations – He is a member of the Board of the American Task Force on Palestine, as was Tareq Salahi, the Whitehouse party crasher
    • Shami : Muslim Media Network Sep 24, 2009 … Houston hair executive Farouk Shami says his focus is …. At his Annual Ramadan Dinner (Quaker?) at the Arab Cultural Center (ACC) Houston, …
    http://muslimmedianetwork.com/mmn/?tag=shami

    1. Longtime Texan,

      Interesting stuff. Not only is Farouk a bona fide loony and a member of a group that financially supports PLO terrorists, but he also claims to be a Quaker.
      Last I checked, Islam was diametrically opposed to anything remotely similar to the Quaker religion. His religion and national origin are factors because they influence his radical ideology and behavior. Islam at its core, is a violent, misogynist, anti-simetic, anti-Christian philosophy. People like him should be scrutinized and never allowed into public office.
      But then again, we already have a Democratic party that’s saturated with socialists and a Marxist “president” with leftwing and muslim radicals for freinds.

      SFC MAC

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