By Frosty Wooldridge
Part 5: The Immigration factor—accelerating consequences, freedoms curtailed, quality of life degraded, standard of living out the window, environmental degradation, Human Katrina
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 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 cope with 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 education? 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. They knew Katrina would hit with Category 5 winds 10 days before it hit.
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. They lived.
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 for someone to save them.
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 and linguistic chaos and separation of the national ethos. It’s going to get uglier with intractable poverty 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 Americans now living on food stamps in 2012 and over 14 million unemployed with a $16 trillion national debt.
In part 5, I am going to discuss some really nasty aspects 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 Parts 3 and 4. Take action, make things happen, get your butt out of the easy chair and save your children’s lives. The greater our numbers into the endless millions projected from immigration the greater the consequences to your children.
Join www.NumbersUSA.org and become a faxer and phone caller. Join www.CapsWeb.org and become a faxer and phone caller. Joinwww.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 endless immigration. Take five minutes to see for yourself:
“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 few words “Mind boggling!” www.NumbersUSA.org
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