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The immigration factor: inviting an additional 100 million into USA

By Frosty Wooldridge

Part 1: The Immigration factor—inviting 100 million people into USA

Part 2: The immigration factor— the reasons for endless immigration, Silent Majority

Part 3: The Immigration factor—using social media to bring change in government policies in our republic

Part 4: The Immigration factor—accelerating consequences, freedoms curtailed, quality of life degraded, standard of living out the window, environment degradation

Part 5: The immigration factor—what it will look like in America if we fail to stop mass immigration

 

Part 1: The immigration factor—inviting 100 million people into USA

 

Exactly 38 years from now, if Congress and the American people continue to do nothing, our country will house an additional 100 million third world immigrants.   It may not affect those Americans over 40 because you will be dead, but it will definitely affect anyone under 40.  It will affect all races, creeds and colors.  It will especially affect the poor, illiterate and disenfranchised.  It will destroy our middle class.  It will affect the rich as to our degraded civilization and it will affect our environment in ways we cannot imagine, but we’re getting a peek each summer with drought, gas prices, food prices, water shortages, tornadoes, wildfires and aberrant weather patterns.

This four part series is going to curl your eyebrows and it will sober a lifelong drunk. It will make mothers cry and create anguish in fathers who see their children’s lives diminished beyond comprehension.  It’s going to cost our civilization its prosperity, its freedoms and its cohesiveness.  Adding another 100 million immigrants to America will change the very foundation of our culture, language and way of life.

Adding 100 million more immigrants will create water, energy, food and resource nightmares beyond understanding.  It will create limits on our freedoms such as visiting national parks, driving a car, ability to choose a college, attempting to work at a job we enjoy and dozens of other consequences.  We can ignore reality for a little while longer, but reality will not ignore us.

In this series, you will see what you can do to change course by your collective power.  You will be introduced to the consequences to your children.  If you do nothing as most Americans are doing nothing today, this armada of humanity, over 100 million immigrants strong, will inundate this country with cultural poverty, incompatible religions, cultural illiteracy and displace America’s culture with a polyglot of cultures that will redefine the United States of America into the Disunited States of America or Fractured States of America.

Our country will not remain the United States of America that we knew in 1990 before this massive onslaught of humanity accelerated.

Before we proceed, let’s discover how it started.  In 1963, we housed 193 million Americans (not hyphenated I might add) and gasoline coast 24.9 a gallon.  In 1965, drunken/obese/immoral U.S. Senator Teddy Kennedy (D-MA) rammed the 1965 Immigration Reform Act through Congress with no debate. It jumped immigration from 200,000 annually to 1.2 to 1.5 million annually from all over the world.  Within 40 years to 2008, we added 100 million people.  Gas now costs $3.75 a gallon and we have 46 million Americans subsisting on food stamps with 22 million unemployed or under employed.  Nonetheless, Congress adds 100,000 legal immigrants every 30 days, month in and month out, year in and year out.

The intelligent U.S. family chose a stable population by enjoying 2.03 fertility rates from 1970 to present day.  But, our U.S. Congress exploded our numbers with unlimited immigration, chain migration, birth rates and lottery visas.  Congress also exploded illegal immigration by not enforcing our laws since Dwight D. Eisenhower.  Those actions resulted in hitting 300 million people by October of 2009.  Today, we grow by 3 million annually and presently exceed 315 million people.  We will reach 100 million by 2035 and 138 million by 2050—a scant 38 years from now.

Of that 138 million, 100 million will be legal, illegal and their children, immigrants.  Obama just gave 1.9 million illegal alien migrants a free pass by executive order while he sued Arizona, Alabama and South Carolina for attempting to stop illegal immigration.  Those new “Americans” will cost taxpayers over $900,000,000 to integrate into America as to food stamps, assisted housing, college classes, schools, medical care, chain migration and social security.

Congress adds 100,000 new legal immigrants every 30 days

The figures run like this:  1.2 million legal immigrants annually but can go to 1.5 million as in the past.  Average of 900,000 births of immigrant children annually. Around 800,000 illegal immigrants annually crossing our borders.  That equals 3.1 million give or take annually added to the USA. (Sources: www.NumbersUSA.org , Center for Immigration Studies www.cis.org , U.S. Population Projections by Fogel/Martin from Federation for American Immigration Reform  www.FairUS.org , and U.S. Census Bureau)

Agencies promoting mass immigration and amnesty

Who supports continued and endless legal and illegal immigration?  How do they benefit from it?  How are they able to maintain such a throat choke-hold on Congress and the American people?

First of all, we absorb more legal immigrants than all other countries combined.  In fact, we take in more illegal migrants than all other countries combined.   However, no matter how many immigrants Canada, Europe, Australia and other western countries absorb, the third world adds 80 million net gain of desperate people annually.  The line never ends.

In a five minute astoundingly simple yet brilliant video, “Immigration, Poverty, and Gum Balls”, Roy Beck, director of www.numbersusa.ORG, graphically illustrates the impact of overpopulation.  Take five minutes to see for yourself:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPjzfGChGlE&feature=player_embedded

“Immigration by the numbers—off the chart” by Roy Beck

This 10 minute demonstration shows Americans the results of unending mass immigration on the quality of life and sustainability for future generations: in a word “Mind boggling!”  www.NumbersUSA.org

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=muw22wTePqQ

Who are the immigration culprits?  The Catholic Church loves to fill its pews with dues paying immigrants from Latin America.  The Lutheran Church loves to bring tens of thousands of Somalian, Sudan, Bangladeshi bush people immigrants from Africa/Asia and dump them on communities.  The U.S. Chamber of Commerce insists on endless legal and illegal immigration to fill cheap labor for restaurants, hotels, slaughter houses, landscaping, janitor and taxi cab driving jobs.  Multinational companies love third world labor that does not insist on standards or humane treatment.  Council on American-Islamic Relations, CAIR, a Muslim organization insists on more Islamic immigration into America to beef up its numbers and growing power.

While African-Americans cannot secure jobs, Congress provides Indians from Asia unlimited loans to buy up motel chains across the nation.  One look at motels across America shows they are owned and operated by immigrant Indians who chain migrate their kin from their own overpopulated country of India.

Even the NAACP screws its own constituents by advocating for mass amnesty and mass immigration.  The American Civil Liberties Union advocates for mass amnesty and works against states’ rights to pass laws to stop illegal migrants.  The Anti-Defamation League works in favor of illegal migrants along with People for the American way.  You may want to call them and give them a piece of your mind.

ABC, NBC, CBS and CNN advocate for mass immigration in order to grow their viewer ranks.  Major minority groups like LuLac, Chirla, LaRaza, Mecha and others advocate for increased and unlimited immigration to swell their ethnic ranks.

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
PHONE: DC: 202-675-2312
NY: 212-549-2666
EMAIL: media@dcaclu.org
media@aclu.org
http://www.aclu.org/general-feedback

Anti-Defamation League
PHONE: 212-885-7700
212-867-0779
EMAIL: contactus@adl.org
http://regions.adl.org/new-york/contact-us.html

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
PHONE: National HQ: 410-580-5777
Toll Free: 1-877-NAACP-98
DC Bureau: 202-463-2940
DC Bureau: 202-463-2953
EMAIL: washingtonbureau@naacpnet.org

People for the American Way
PHONE: 202-467-4999
EMAIL: http://site.pfaw.org/site/Survey?SURVEY_ID=1141&ACTION_REQUIRED=URI_ACTION_USER_REQUESTS

Finally, if the rest of us fail to stop this invasion of our country, we won’t have a pot to pee in within 38 years.  Our poor will be intractably poverty stricken. Our illiterates (now at 42 million Americans) will be wards of our welfare dollars.  Our cohesive nation will be a mass of squabbling idiots.  Crime will rule our streets.  Most Americans will flee the big cities like Detroit has already experienced. Over 1 million Detroiters fled that city within 20 years.   Being an American will be indefinable.  Our country and culture will not be definable.  Our country will bankrupt and our way of life will be a fleeting dream in our rear view mirrors.

“Democracy cannot survive overpopulation,” said the great science fiction writer Isaac Asimov.

Part 1: The Immigration factor—inviting 100 million people into USA

Part 2: The immigration factor— the reasons for endless immigration, Silent Majority

Part 3: The Immigration factor—using social media to bring change in government policies in our republic

Part 4: The Immigration factor—accelerating consequences, freedoms curtailed, quality of life degraded, standard of living out the window, environment degradation

Part 5: The immigration factor—what it will look like in America if we fail to stop mass immigration.

The immigration factor: the reasons for endless immigration

By Frosty Wooldridge

http://beforeitsnews.com/opinion-conservative/2012/08/the-immigration-factor-the-reasons-for-endless-immigration-2467858.html

Part 1: The Immigration factor—inviting 100 million people into USA

Part 2: The immigration factor— the reasons for endless immigration, Silent Majority

Part 3: The Immigration factor—using social media to bring change in government policies in our republic

Part 4: The Immigration factor—accelerating consequences, freedoms curtailed, quality of life degraded, standard of living out the window, environment degradation

Part 5: The immigration factor—what it will look like in America if we fail to stop mass immigration

 

 

Part 2:  reasons for endless immigration, Silent Majority, apathy

 

 

This is a Constitutional Republic.  Millions of citizens must take action in order to make it work. Citizens must become involved for any meaningful change to occur.  Without citizen action, moneyed elites, corporations and military fanatics maintain a strangle-hold on the path and direction of this country.

 

 

Again, the focus of this series: to stop mass legal and illegal immigration. If we fail to stop it, our children will inherit the consequences of an added 100 million immigrants within the next 38 years and a total added and unsustainable population of 138 million more people by 2050.  That means we will grow from 315 million to 438 million if we fail to take action.  Such numbers will prove unsustainable sociologically, culturally and environmentally.  Such numbers will outstrip our water, energy, resources and quality of life.

 

 

Let’s talk about lack of action in the Silent Majority

 

 

The Vietnam War raged for 10 solid years because the “Silent Majority” aptly designated by President Richard Nixon—remained silent, did nothing and took no action.   What stopped the insanity and absurdity of the Vietnam War?  College students, knowing they would die in combat, protested in the streets with “Hell no, we won’t go!”  They screamed at the top of their lungs, threw bricks through windows, burned draft cards in front of TV cameras, conducted sit-ins at Congressional offices, wrote letters to newspapers, argued with their parents, formed “Vietnam Vets Against the War” and wrote books exposing the killing, slaughter and horrific deaths at over 2 million people—that our U.S. government perpetrated on the Vietnamese people.  Johnson based the entire war on the fraudulent “Gulf of Tonkin” incident.

 

While it continued, 58,300 Americans died and 350,000 Americans suffered horrific injuries for nothing but the Military Industrial Complex, munitions makers and corporations like Halliburton.  Another 200,000 combat troops that left Vietnam in one piece, later committed suicide while millions suffered from broken marriages, drugs and drunken lives on the streets.  We’re still paying for the lies of General Westmorland, Lyndon Baines Johnson, Richard Nixon and our shiftless Congress.  War scrambles a man’s mind for life. Our national debt rose to near $3 trillion by the end of the war in Vietnam.

 

What stopped the Vietnam War?  College students and then parents took action from the local arena to the national stage.  Why?  A lot of young men didn’t want to die for nothing in a senseless war.  Finally, the famed TV anchor Walter Cronkite said, “Vietnam is an unwinnable war.”   At the point, President Johnson said, “Cronkite’s remarks just lost the American peoples’ support for the war.”

 

Race ahead to 2002 when President George W. Bush concocted the Iraq War.  He forged reality with his lies about Weapons of Mass Destruction.  Since then, he caused the deaths of 4,200 troops and 40,000 wounded, but killed off 100,000 to perhaps 200,000 men, women and children in Iraq.  He destroyed a functioning society.   President Barack Obama continues the killing of our troops and theirs in Afghanistan for the past 11 years.  Why? Because we engage an all-volunteer Army that doesn’t expose the lies or the corruption of those two wars.  No one speaks up, no one protests.  Unbelievably senseless deaths continue.

 

What two things stand in common as to those three wars?  (We could add Korea) The 21st century “Silent American Majority” continues like a flock sheep.  We watch our country spiral into $16 trillion debt, endless news of deaths in Afghanistan and a parade of lies about our “progress” in Afghanistan while our kids keep getting shot to death by the same people they train.  Meanwhile, Iraq suffers Civil War and total disintegration of their society.

 

Most Americans don’t care about the Afghanistan War and didn’t lift a finger to oppose the Iraq War.  They didn’t and don’t involve them.  Obviously, the elites, presidents and Congress realize that most Americans won’t get involved, so our leaders continue their folly.  Innocent kids on both sides die endlessly while those wars accomplish absolutely nothing.

 

The dirty realities of life rarely affect the rich, powerful and protected.

 

Now let’s look at endless legal and illegal immigration.  Our own corporations invest in it.  Our U.S. Chamber of Commerce supports it at all costs.  Hormel, McDonald’s, Marriott, Tyson Chicken, construction companies and thousands of businesses utilize this endless 21st century slave labor to save money, undercut and not pay their taxes and worse.  They let the American taxpayer subsidize this labor army at $346 billion annually in taxes to pay for illegals across 15 federal agencies. (Source: Edwin Rubenstein, “Illegal immigration costs annually”  www.TheSocialContract.com)  Like the people who support wars, we have another cadre of corporations that make billions of dollars off American citizens’ apathy and inaction.

 

Like those wars, high powered and very invested interests buy off U.S. Senators and Congressmen to make sure legal and illegal migration is not stopped.  Anchor babies, those babies birthed at 350,000 annually by illegal alien mothers who cross our borders illegally, continue because Congress does nothing to stop their “birthright citizenship.”  Congress maintains 50,000 “lottery visas” annually given to anyone who signs up to come to America. Those visas are usually given to the most illiterate, unskilled and simply “lucky” persons around the world trying to flee their own failed countries.  Finally, the Congress keeps 1.2 to 1.5 million legal immigrants pouring into this country because Americans do not know or care about the consequences.

 

This flood will result in another 100 million third world immigrants imported into this country within 38 years.  Former U.S. Congressman Tom Tancredo said, “We are importing the poverty of the world into the United States. It will reach a point of intractability.”  In other words, we will become a poverty stricken country with no solutions as to illiteracy, poverty and welfare state.

 

My question: will the “Silent Majority” take action to stop this “Immigration War” on the people of the United States?  In part 3, I am going to give you the power to form an armada of citizens to stop our own government from destroying our own country.  Because if you don’t, parts 4 and 5 paint a very ugly future for your children.

Part 1: The Immigration factor—inviting 100 million people into USA

Part 2: The immigration factor— the reasons for endless immigration, Silent Majority

Part 3: The Immigration factor—using social media to bring change in government policies in our republic

Part 4: The Immigration factor—accelerating consequences, freedoms curtailed, quality of life degraded, standard of living out the window, environment degradation

Part 5: The immigration factor—if we do nothing—what we face

Part 6: The Immigration factor—if we do nothing—ecological footprint

Part 7:  The Immigration factor—if we do nothing—multiple consequences

Part 8: The immigration factor—what it will look like in America if we fail to stop mass immigration

The immigration factor: using social media to bring change

By Frosty Wooldridge

http://beforeitsnews.com/opinion-conservative/2012/08/the-immigration-factor-using-social-media-to-bring-change-2470042.html

 

Part 3: The Immigration factor—using social media to bring change in government policies in our republic

 

If the first two parts of this series didn’t sober you up as to future ramifications to this country, parts 5 and 6 will frighten the heck out of you.  We face a seriously eroded future with an added 100 million people dumped on us within 25 years.   We face a total of 138 million people added to this country within 38 years—if we continue our massive importation of 3.1 million immigrants annually.

 

If we fail to take action, there are no ways to avoid what’s headed our way: like a parachutist whose chute just collapsed, like a United Airlines 747 that just ran out of fuel while flying at 30,000 feet, like your kids being in the Aurora, Colorado movie theater when James Holmes opened up, like you driving your car with your family over a cliff because your brakes failed to engage.  You get the picture: at some point in this massive immigration loading of our country, we won’t be able to correct it.  We will become victims of it. Our current “Illusion of Permanency” will not survive.

 

“Most Western elites continue urging the wealthy West not to stem the migrant tide [that adds 80 million net gain annually to the planet], but to absorb our global brothers and sisters until their horrid ordeal has been endured and shared by all—ten billion humans packed onto an ecologically devastated planet.” Dr. Otis Graham, Unguarded Gates

 

Endless and mass immigration will take this country and all her citizens down a path from which we will never recover.  Present day immigration undermines the very foundation of our culture, language, religion, our way of life, our communities, our standard of living and our quality of life.  It destroys our environment.   It wrecks our cities.  It pollutes our air faster than nature can clean it.  It poisons our water systems.

 

This week, I interviewed on five national radio shows.  I spelled it out to listeners across the United States, “If we fail to stop endless immigration, no American of any race, creed, color and economic position will escape the accelerating consequences…crowding, gridlocked traffic, higher home prices, lower wages, water shortages, energy crisis, food prices, standard of living, social cohesiveness, etc. It’s not the immigrants’ fault.  It’s ours for continuing mass immigration. We must change course.”

 

What you can do and what you must do to make change: social media

 

Our third president, Thomas Jefferson said, “Dissent is the highest form of patriotism.”  What he meant: engaging the people you elected to office is the highest form citizenship of a constitutional republic.  If you fail to engage, you lose all your power.

 

As you know, cell phones, iPods, smart phones, the Internet and other social media brought down the dictators of Egypt, Tunisia, Libya and soon to be Syria this year in what was known as the “Arab Spring.”  Just plain old folks like you and me toppled a bunch of nasty and brutal men out of power.

 

Today in America, we suffer from corporations taking over our Congress and dictating against average Americans.  As mentioned, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce works against the American laborer.   Powerful moneyed interests as described in this series make certain that legal and illegal immigrants possess more rights, privileges and financial support than taxpaying Americans.  Those same interests make sure the line of immigrants will continue streaming into our country until we’re all in the same mess as described by Dr. Graham.

 

I’m told my columns reach 1.5 to 2.5 million American readers inside our country, Canada, United Kingdom and Australia. If only 10 percent of readers engage with social media, we too can start a “revolution of change” inside America to stop endless immigration into our country.  We can drive it to the highest talk shows, highest news sites, highest conversations and ultimately, stop mass immigration into our country and/or at least reduce it to less than 100,000 annually.

 

Since I am running out of space, we’ll start today with the first part “A” of Part 3 and add Part “B” next time to really give you the fire power in the next column.

 

What you can do

 

Send Roy Beck’s two videos from www.NumbersUSA.org  to every list and every radio station talk show host you can find on the Internet. Invite them to watch these two videos to educate them as to what we face if we continue endless immigration.  Call your TV and radio stations in your town and get their addresses.

 

Send these two videos to all your lists and ask them to send it to all their lists.  Send to all your friends on Facebook.  My Facebook address is “Frosty Wooldridge”.  Send me a “friend request” and I’ll “friend” you and keep you advised.  Send these two videos out to all your friends on Facebook. Send it out on LinkedIn, Twitter, Nook, Sony and Google.  Educate everyone.  Create a “consciousness shift” via education.

 

In a five minute astoundingly simple yet brilliant video, “Immigration, Poverty, and Gum Balls”, Roy Beck, director of www.numbersusa.ORG, graphically illustrates the impact of overpopulation.  Take five minutes to see for yourself:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPjzfGChGlE&feature=player_embedded

 

“Immigration by the numbers—off the chart” by Roy Beck

This 10 minute demonstration shows Americans the results of unending mass immigration on the quality of life and sustainability for future generations:  www.NumbersUSA.org :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=muw22wTePqQ

 

In your letter to your lists, ask everyone to join for free www.NumbersUSA.org and become a faxer of pre-written letters and you may become a phone caller at urgent moments when Congress is about to pass another amnesty or the president usurps our Constitution with another illegal amnesty.  Members can do more damage to corporations and open borders advocates with only five minutes of pushing the buttons to send your faxes.

 

Also, join www.CapsWeb.org and www.FAIRus.org for free and become members of the largest organizations attempting to reduce all immigration to sustainable levels of 100,000 annually.

 

This is just for starters because I have run out of space in this commentary

 

Start writing letters to top TV hosts. Can you imagine if Charlie Rose faced 1,000 letters, emails and phone calls this week demanding that he address overpopulation and mass immigration?  How about 10,000 letters?  Let’s get busy.

 

Start with:

Mr. Charlie Rose, PBS

731 Lexington Ave.

NY, NY  10022

 

Ph. 1 212 617 1600

Email:  CharlieRose@pbs.org

 

Template letter for email, hard copy and call his producers.  Be sure to write the email and the snail mail and make that phone call.  He won’t be able to ignore 1,000 or better yet, 10,000 Americans contacting him.

 

Dear Mr. Rose:

 

America is on course to add 100 million people in 25 years and 138 million people by 2050.  (Source: US Census Bureau)  Those numbers are unsustainable as to water, energy, food, resources and quality of life.   That many people will create water, energy, housing, environmental, quality of life and sociological consequences we won’t be able to solve.

I urge you to interview some of these top experts in order start a national discussion and debate as to how many people the United States can continue to import into this country before our civilization becomes unsustainable.

 

Kindest regards,

Your name

Your address

Your phone number

The immigration factor: power you wield to change history

By Frosty Wooldridge

 

Part 4: The Immigration factor—the power of social media to change history as to too much immigration into America.  Citizen actions create consciousness shift, critical mass shift and tipping point toward a viable civilization

 

If you wrote your letter, email and phone call to Charlie Rose last week, he and his producers must have been blown out of the water by 10,000 plus emails, letters and phone calls demanding he interview the dozen speakers provided in your letter. You made Thomas Jefferson proud by your “Actions speak louder than words.”

Okay, let’s get busy again this week and the weeks that follow.  Let’s drive the immigration invasion of our country out of the shadows, out of the obfuscations, out of the silence—and ram it up to the top of the political conversation. As Clint Eastwood said during the Republican National Convention, “I know what you’re thinking. Did he fire six shots or only five? Well to tell you the truth in all this excitement I’ve kinda’ lost track myself. But being this is a .44 Magnum – the most powerful hand gun in the world and would blow your head clean off, you’ve got to ask yourself one question–Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya punk?  Come on, make my day.”

At the end of the speech, he invited the audience to repeat, “Make my day!”

Fellow Americans, I cannot do this myself. Make your kids’ day and their future!  I need you as a social media army to drive the immigration discussion to the top of “Meet the Press” ; “Face the Nation”; “Hardball” : “Good Morning America” ; “Today Show” ; “60 Minutes” ; “NPR” ; “Top radio 100” and more.  I’m giving you the tools.

Let’s start off this week with Neal Conan at National Public Radio:

 

Start writing letters to top TV hosts. Can you imagine if Neal Conan faced 10,000 letters, emails and phone calls this week demanding that he address overpopulation and mass immigration?  How about 10,000 letters or even 100,000 letters?  Let’s get busy.

 

Start with:

 

Neal Conan, NPR, Talk of the Nation

635 Massachusetts Ave. NW

Washington, DC  20001-3753

 

Ph. 1 800 989 8255

Email:  Talk@npr.org

 

Template letter for email, hard copy and call his producers.  Be sure to write the email and the snail mail and make that phone call.  He won’t be able to ignore 10,000 Americans or better yet, 100,000 citizens contacting him.

 

Dear Mr. Conan:

 

America is on course to add 100 million people in 25 years and 138 million people by 2050.  (Source: US Census Bureau)  Those numbers are unsustainable as to water, energy, food, resources and quality of life.   Another 138 million people will create water, energy, housing, environmental, quality of life and sociological consequences we won’t be able to solve.

 

Our civilization cannot withstand the population pressures already affecting so much of the rest of the world.  We owe it to our children to build a sustainable and viable future for all citizens.

 

I urge you to interview some of these top experts in order start a national discussion and debate as to how many people the United States can continue to import into this country before our civilization becomes unsustainable.

The immigration factor: if we do nothing—what we face

By Frosty Wooldridge

 

Part 1: The Immigration factor—inviting 100 million people into USA

Part 2: The immigration factor— the reasons for endless immigration, Silent Majority

Part 3: The Immigration factor—using social media to bring change in government policies in our republic

Part 4: The Immigration factor—a huge listing of media to address over-immigration in America.  This will get you to the meat of the matter.

Part 5: The Immigration factor—accelerating consequences, freedoms curtailed, quality of life degraded, standard of living out the window, environmental degradation

Part 6: The immigration factor—what it will look like in America if we fail to stop mass immigration

 

Part 5: The Immigration factor—accelerating consequences, freedoms curtailed, quality of life degraded, standard of living out the window, environmental degradation

 

If you look back over the last 47 years since U.S. Senator Teddy Kennedy rammed the 1965 Immigration Reform Act into law, it added 115 million people to the United States.  You might notice that the fabled Silent Majority of Americans did nothing, said nothing and watched the Human Katrina pour into America.

 

If we citizens, both legal immigrants now more than 40 million foreign born, and the rest of us fail to act, we will watch another 100 million MORE legal and illegal immigrants invade our shores within the next 38 years—a sneeze in time.  We’ll watch 100 million people be added by 2035 (we’re already 15 million into that number since we hit 300 million in October of 2008), and we’ll add a total of 138 million to total 438 million people within the USA by 2050—a scant 38 years from now.  We will double our current population from 315 million to 625 million within 80 years.  (Sources: “US Population Projections” by Fogel/Martin, www.Fairus.org,  Pew Research Center, U.S. Census Bureau)

 

The ramifications of those numbers stagger any American with any understanding of carrying capacity, Peak Oil, species extinction, carbon footprint, ecological footprint, resources and quality of life along with standard of living.  Those kinds of numbers cannot be assimilated and they cannot be watered, fed, housed and provided jobs with any kind of dignity. Those numbers cannot be handled at the level of resource destruction and environmental degradation escalating beyond the planet’s ability to sustain them.

 

We must ask ourselves what kind of a civilization do we hope to gift to our children?  What kind of an environment do we want them to inherit?  What kind of cities do we want them to live in as to quality of life and human dignity?  What do we want to bequeath to the animals that share this continent with us?   What kind of  water, energy, resources and ability to provide food for our children do we want?  What kind of a cohesive society do we want them to inherit?  What kind of culture?  What kind of language?  What kind of jobs?  What kind of spiritual connection to the land and nature can those kinds of numbers provide our citizens of America?

 

Then we must ask what kind of a people have we become?  Are we like the people of New Orleans during the onslaught of the hurricane Katrina?  Five different kinds of people dealt with Katrina if five different ways.

 

1.     Smart people understood that Katrina packed 200 mile per hour winds. They took action by driving, flying and fleeing the area.  They pro-acted to ensure their lives.

2.     Others said, “We have ridden out storms like this before; so we can ride out this one.”  They based their lives on the past.  They lost the bet and became victims or survivors.

3.     Other people hoped that Katrina would drop to a Category 1 or 2. They prayed or hoped that it would change course and go out to sea.  They gave their fate to nature instead of taking action for self preservation.

4.     Other people waited to the last minute to make a decision.  You saw them caught in the 50 mile lines on the freeways with gas stations out of gas, crack ups, deaths and panic.  Result: victims or survivors.

5.     The last set of people were too stupid, too poor, too out of touch with reality to save themselves.  They couldn’t afford a bus ticket, didn’t  know what was happening and didn’t understand the consequences.  Illiteracy brings price:  they died or survived depending on the luck of the draw.

 

Dear reader, this “thing” called endless immigration will hit an added 100 million more immigrants in a blink of an eye. It will change the foundation of our culture, our language and our way of life. It will certainly curtail individual liberties, individual freedoms, standard of living and way of life.

 

In short, it’s going to get ugly with ethnic confrontations. It’s going to get uglier with intractable poor by the millions. It’s going to get hopeless once that 100 million immigrants settle onto our shores.  It’s going to degrade all our lives to levels we are just beginning to see as the example of 46 million food stamps in 2012 and over 14 million unemployed.

 

In part 5, I am going to discuss some really nasty aspects of every American faces with the addition of 100 million immigrants.

 

But the deal is: you can change it with the Social Media information I presented you in Part 3 and 4.  Take action, make things happen, get your butt out of the easy chair and save your children’s lives.  The greater the number of immigrants the greater the consequences to your children.

The immigration factor: if we do nothing—what we face

By Frosty Wooldridge

http://beforeitsnews.com/opinion-conservative/2012/09/the-immigration-factor-if-we-do-nothing-what-we-face-2475652.html

 

Part 6:  The Immigration factor—quality of life issues that will become really nasty, traffic, price of gas, drive time, species extinction, carbon footprint, ecological footprint

 

First of all, this series may depress you, worry you and even frighten you.  We’re talking about what your kids face within the next 38 years IF you/we/Congress/the president allow another 100 million immigrants to land in our country.  That enormous number of human beings from around the world will change everything in this country—none of it good.  Again, with an added 80 million desperately impoverished people added to the world annually—there is NO end of the line of immigrants wanting to come to America “to have a better life.”

 

That 100 million people will change the face of our cities, overwhelm our resources, exceed our water supplies and create an energy crisis beyond solving no matter how much soft sell you hear from our leaders.

 

Join www.NumbersUSA.org and become a faxer and phone caller.  Join www.CapsWeb.org and become a faxer and phone caller.  Join www.FAIRus.Org to become part of nearly 1.5 million Americans that will change the course of history toward a viable civilization.

 

In a five minute astoundingly simple yet brilliant video, “Immigration, Poverty, and Gum Balls”, Roy Beck, director of www.numbersusa.ORG, graphically illustrates the impact of overpopulation.  Take five minutes to see for yourself:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPjzfGChGlE&feature=player_embedded

 

“Immigration by the numbers—off the chart” by Roy Beck

This 10 minute demonstration shows Americans the results of unending mass immigration on the quality of life and sustainability for future generations: in a word “Mind boggling!”  www.NumbersUSA.org

The immigration-population factor: if we do nothing—accelerating consequences

By Frosty Wooldridge

 

http://beforeitsnews.com/opinion-conservative/2012/09/the-immigration-population-factor-if-we-do-nothing-accelerating-consequences-2488870.html

 

Part 8:  The Immigration factor—if we do nothing—accelerating consequences

 

To refresh you as to the educational intent of this series, please understand the implications and ramifications of adding 100 million immigrants to this country within the next 38 years.  Please understand that we added 100 million immigrants in the last 45 years and the projected population increase will be 100 million net gain within 25 years and 138 million by 2050—a  blink in time. Of that number, 100 million will be third world immigrants.  At the same time, it solves nothing as third world countries add 1 billion desperate people every 12 years.  We face a serious future with these numbers.

 

If we fail to change course, if we fail to drastically reduce all immigration to less than 100,000 annually instead of our current 3.1 million, our civilization will succumb to endless and accelerating consequences.

 

How do I know I am 100 percent correct in my understanding of what we face?  As a six continent world traveler, I witnessed what America faces in other countries that overwhelmed their carrying capacity. Why do you think they flee to America and other Western countries?  Why didn’t they do something intelligent before they brought such consequences on themselves and their children?  Answer:  illiteracy, culture, religion and lack of awareness.

 

Let’s talk about water.  We already face water shortages in Georgia, Florida, Texas, Nevada, Arizona and California.

 

Take California first:  that beleaguered state adds 1,655 people every single day of the year, every year of each decade. (Source: www.CapsWeb.org)  At 38 million today, it expects to exceed 58 million within 30 years.  It adds 400 to 450 vehicles to its roads 24/7.  As it siphons  more of the Colorado River, at some point, the Colorado River will not be able to provide water for Nevada, Arizona and California.

 

Today, north Georgia, at 8.2 million people, struggles with water levels lowering fast on Lake Lanier. Can you imagine in 38 years when Georgia doubles to 16.4 million people what will happen when Lake Lanier runs dry?  It’s not going to be pretty.  Clint Eastwood said, “Whiskey is for drinkin’ and water is for fightin’!”

 

Celebrities like Matt Damon have helped raise awareness about the globalwatershortage, which affects one in three people worldwide, but many don’t realize that the crisis includes the United States. “Water is becoming increasingly scarce around the globe as more and more is needed to sustain human development,” said Emily Gordon, senior associate in the state and local initiatives department. “Part of that is because only 1 percent of the Earth’s freshwater is easily accessible to [humans]. We expect that 36 states will have watershortagesby 2013.”

 

How about gasoline with an added 100 million people to the USA?  Read Chris Steiner’s book $20 Per Gallon.   That price will gobble your wallet as surely as the coming of the dawn. It will change everything in our country and that $20 per gallon price will arrive much faster as we add 100 million immigrants. Your food, transport, heating, cooling, clothing and everything will cost you a tremendous amount of your income. In fact, China adds 16 million new cars to its country annually. They are expected to burn 98 million barrels of oil daily by 2030.  (Source: The Long Emergency by James Howard Kunstler)  We already burn 84 million barrels around the world daily in 2012.  Can you imagine the horrific cost of drilling for more oil, much less finding it, in 38 years with a demand of 200 million barrels of oil daily when the human population grows from 7.1 billion today to 10 billion in 38 years?  I suspect that $20 will be cheap if supplies last.  As to Peak Oil which we reached in 2011, supplies won’t last.  Read Peak Everything: Facing a century of Decline by Richard Heinberg.

 

Please understand this for you and your children: everything in America runs on oil.  This civilization cannot exist without oil. We import 7 of 10 barrels today.  We are so far beyond the carrying capacity of North America already. No amount of alternative energy will provide the energy we need like oil.  The fact is, it’s limited and it will end.

 

“As we go from this happy hydrocarbon bubble we have reached now to a renewable energy resource economy, which we do this century, will the “civil” part of civilization survive?  As we both know there is no way that alternative energy sources can supply the amount of per capita energy we enjoy now, much less for the 9 billion expected by 2050. And energy is what keeps this game going. We are involved in a Faustian bargain—selling our economic souls for the luxurious life of the moment, but sooner or later the price has to be paid.”  Walter Youngquist, energy  

 

How about food?  This summer, the USA suffered the worst drought in the history of our country.  Farmers plowed under millions of acres of crops that died in the parched soils.  What happens when we add 100 million immigrants and suffer those same droughts in 2035 or 2050? Today, it’s a big problem; by 2050, it will be an unsolvable disaster.

 

The green revolution was instigated as a result of the efforts of Norman Borlaug, who, while accepting the Nobel peace prize in 1970, said: “The green revolution has won a temporary success in man’s war against hunger and deprivation; it has given man a breathing space. If fully implemented, the revolution can provide sufficient food for sustenance during the next three decades. But the frightening power of human reproduction must also be curbed; otherwise the success of the green revolution will be ephemeral only.”

 

Let’s talk about carbon footprint.  Every added person to the USA jumps his or her carbon footprint from 10 to as high as 30 times the impact. Why? Because they go from walking to driving a car. They go from a grass hut to a heated/air conditioned house.  Their kids go from dirt floors to heated malls, schools and entertainment centers.  Their carbon footprint explodes through the roof.

 

With 100 million more immigrants, that’s at least 40-50 million more cars burning over 35 million barrels of oil daily. (US burns 22 million today, but will reach 35-40 million as we add 138 million) That’s 30 to 40 more million homes and millions of more schools and businesses that burn coal, oil and natural gas.  All that polluted air dumps into the oceans to acidify the salt water. That makes life for plants and marine creatures toxic and unlivable.

 

At the same time, that many people forces more raping of our oceans as to food.  We will see fisheries collapse from the massive need to feed 138 million more people. At the same time, another 3 billion humans will be trying to feed themselves all over the planet.  We may beat Mother Nature down for awhile longer, but remember she always bats last.

 

In part 8, I will cover what will happen to your kids on an individual level as to jobs, environment, quality of life and standard of living IF we allow this massive overload of immigrants to continue.  If we do nothing, this future will become a reality IF we allow our civilization to be overrun by 100 million immigrants.  So, will you sit there and let it happen?  Again, you can change history by employing Parts 3 and 4 of this series.  You can also empower yourself by joining for free the three organizations below.  Let’s create that power by adding 10 million Americans to the effort of each organization.  We can force this issue to the very top of the national agenda.

 

Join www.NumbersUSA.org and become a faxer and phone caller.  Join www.CapsWeb.org and become a faxer and phone caller.  Join www.FAIRus.Org to become part of nearly 1.5 million Americans that will change the course of history toward a viable civilization.

 

In a five minute astoundingly simple yet brilliant video, “Immigration, Poverty, and Gum Balls”, Roy Beck, director of www.numbersusa.ORG, graphically illustrates the impact of overpopulation.  Take five minutes to see for yourself:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPjzfGChGlE&feature=player_embedded

 

“Immigration by the numbers—off the chart” by Roy Beck

This 10 minute demonstration shows Americans the results of unending mass immigration on the quality of life and sustainability for future generations: in a word “Mind boggling!”  www.NumbersUSA.org

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=muw22wTePqQ

 

Part 1: The Immigration factor—inviting 100 million people into USA

Part 2: The immigration factor— the reasons for endless immigration, Silent Majority

Part 3: The Immigration factor—using social media to bring change in government policies in our republic

Part 4: The Immigration factor—accelerating consequences, freedoms curtailed, quality of life degraded, standard of living out the window, environment degradation

Part 5: The immigration factor—if we do nothing—what we face

Part 6: The Immigration factor—if we do nothing—ecological footprint

Part 7:  The Immigration factor—if we do nothing—accelerating consequences

Part 8: The immigration factor—if we do nothing—individual consequences

Par 9:  The immigration factor —what it will look like in America if we fail to stop mass immigration

 

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