IMMIGRANT HUMAN KATRINA FLOODING INTO THE UNITED STATES
Except for a miracle third party run from Ron Paul, we stand 10 months away from the next president opening our borders to a flood of humanity. Obama, Hillary and McCain promise to give amnesty to 20-30 million illegal aliens, continue chain migration, double U.S. immigration from 1.0 to 2.0 million annually and accept unending millions of anchor babies. This means 70 million immigrants and their children will flood into America by 2040—a heartbeat in time of 32 years.
If that happens, if we allow an added 70 million people within three decades, the interview with Dr. Albert Bartlett below will raise the hair on the back of your neck. With our own population growth of 30 million, that means 100 million more people added to America!
If you read my 36 part series, “THE NEXT ADDED 100 MILLION AMERICANS,” you understand what we face. If not, you can look it up in my archives on NewsWithViews.com. As a favor, I ask you to write an email to the top 100 radio hosts in America to ask them to interview yours truly as a guest on their shows. I will inform them about the dozens of sobering aspects of adding 100 million people to the USA. I expect to educate audiences all over the country as to what our civilization faces.
You can visit Google and type in: “top 100 talk radio hosts.” Once you get to the links, click on “Talkers Magazine: Heavy 100 2008” which will give you the email addresses of the top 100 radio talk show hosts in America.
You may write me at email@example.com and I will send you the “Foreword” to my series, the table of contents and explanation letter for educating their audiences as to what we face if we allow 100 million more people into this country. I invite you to do the same for all the TV networks. I can provide you with the email lists and addresses of all TV networks shows such as “60 Minutes” and “Prime Time” or “Charlie Rose.”
The following interview with Dr. Albert Bartlett of Colorado University will give you plenty of reasons for taking action:
On ABC News last week, Charles Gibson reported Lake Mead near Las Vegas, which provides water for millions of people in the West, will dry up by 2023. He said, “The cause comes from drought, global warming and population growth.” In December, Gibson informed us that Lake Lanier, Georgia had already dried up in 2007! He didn’t tell audiences that Georgia expects to add six million more people in four decades.
Did he report on ways to solve it? No!
We cannot change drought. At the same time, population growth devours water faster than it can be recharged. It’s a Faustian dilemma. Yet, everyone thinks population growth remains inevitable. False! Nature stops populations from growing when they cannot obtain enough water or food. That’s why Australia, the same size as the contiguous United States of America, only supports 20 million people! Desert dominates 95 percent of Australia.
In America, however, corporations, political leaders, realtors and home builders salivate at the word “growth.” They drool all over the land and environment. They pour concrete onto 6,000 acres daily and 2.19 million acres annually.
As CU’s brilliant Dr. Albert Bartlett said, “It’s time to try again to correct the educationally credentialed but innumerate experts (innumeracy is the mathematical equivalent of illiteracy) who say that growth is inevitable. They fail to recognize that after maturity, continued growth is either obesity or cancer.”
Nonetheless, leaders in America say, “So our choice is not whether we grow, but how we grow.”
“The authors of growth would like us to believe that the battle against growth is lost,” Bartlett said, “so our only role is to be the best possible losers. We should give up the efforts to achieve a quiet stability for our communities, and in defeat, we should embrace the principles of “Smart Growth.” We must remember that “Smart Growth” and “Dumb Growth” both destroy the environment, but “Smart Growth” destroys the environment with good taste.”
Does anyone understand that our leaders yank our leash into unending, unacceptable and relentless growth? Does the reader understand such growth yields chronic and painful ramifications of obesity or cancerous results for everyone in America regarding quality of life and standard of living?
What does growth really bring to you and me? Yes, it creates a few ‘rich’ people. However, Bartlett said, “It brings more homeless, more unemployed, more people living in poverty, more traffic congestion, higher parking fees, more school crowding, more unhappy neighborhoods, more expensive government, more and higher taxes, more fiscal problems for the state, more air and water pollution, higher utility costs, diminished democracy, crowded highways, growing costs of infrastructure maintenance, higher food costs and more destruction of the environment.”
You will encounter a few more: overloaded campgrounds, beaches, ski resorts, more litter, higher gas costs, greater housing costs, water shortages and loss of choices and personal freedom.
“It’s not clear why the government would think that people would want all these known consequences of growth,” Bartlett lamented. “Crude oil increased from $20 a barrel in 2002 to $100 a barrel in 2008. If this rate continues we would look at $500 a barrel in another six years.”
Culprit? You guessed it! Immigration causes 80 percent of our growth!
“Water restrictions frequently make the news,” Bartlett said. “By their continued promotion of growth, the innumerates are speeding the arrival of painful but predictable shortages and consequent rationing of gasoline, natural gas and water across America. These problems won’t be solved by a nickel’s worth of “Smart Growth” tacked onto billions of dollars worth of urban sprawl.”
Bartlett concluded, “The arithmetic of population, resources and growth is inexorable. The consequences of the arithmetic cannot be avoided by believing that “Wishing will make it so.” (Walt Disney’s First Law)
Adding to Bartlett’s brilliant understanding of our predicament, we must consider new ideas. Reduce all immigration to less than 100,000 annually. We must initiate an “American Carrying Capacity Policy;” “American Environmental Impact Policy,” “American Energy Conservation Policy” and “American Water Usage Policy.” Further, each state must create such policies. We must come to terms with a stable population that lives within this nation’s carrying capacity ten and even 100 years from now.
If the next president creates the aforementioned immigration amnesties, our growth rate will resemble a brake-less train heading toward the edge of the Grand Canyon.
I guarantee you this: if we don’t stop that train now, nature will do it rather brutally thirty years hence—if not sooner.
Google Dr. Al Bartlett’s “Thoughts on Immigration into the United
States.” Additionally, “Reflections on Sustainability, Population
Growth, and the Environment.” 2006
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Frosty Wooldridge possesses a unique view of the world, cultures and families in that he has bicycled around the globe 100,000 miles, on six continents and six times across the United States in the past 30 years. His published books include: "HANDBOOK FOR TOURING BICYCLISTS" ; “STRIKE THREE! TAKE YOUR BASE”; “IMMIGRATION’S UNARMED INVASION: DEADLY CONSEQUENCES”; “MOTORCYCLE ADVENTURE TO ALASKA: INTO THE WIND—A TEEN NOVEL”; “BICYCLING AROUND THE WORLD: TIRE TRACKS FOR YOUR IMAGINATION”; “AN EXTREME ENCOUNTER: ANTARCTIA.” His next book: “TILTING THE STATUE OF LIBERTY INTO A SWAMP.” He lives in Denver, Colorado.
His latest book. ‘IMMIGRATION’S UNARMED INVASION—DEADLY CONSEQUENCES.’
Obama, Hillary and McCain promise to give amnesty to 20-30 million illegal aliens, continue chain migration, double U.S. immigration from 1.0 to 2.0 million annually and accept unending millions of anchor babies.