Part 9 - The Immigration
If we continue on our current immigration path of adding 3.1 million
immigrants annually—legally, illegally and their birthrates—America
will add 138 million people to this country within 38 years. We
will accelerate from 315 million today to 438 million people.
What will it look like for our children? How will that number
of people affect our viability as to water, energy, resources, quality
of life and standard of living? What will America look like in
How many people does an added 138 million mean? It equates to
three more states the size of California now at 38 million.
It means that California, already overrun via immigration in 2012 and
failing, will exceed 60 million people by 2050. Right now, the
sprawling, Brown Cloud-covered mega-city known as Denver, Colorado,
exceeds 2.25 million people. Another 138 million more people will
create 65 more Denver, Colorado’s. It means the residents of those cities
will have to be watered, fed, warmed, cooled, transported, sewage treatment
plants, schools, teachers, malls, roads built and provided jobs.
Cost? Trillions of dollars that we don’t possess. Environmentally?
Total disaster in that semi-arid zone of Colorado!
On a sociological level, it will change the entire demographic equation
from a dominant European culture—to that of an entrenched and intractable
poverty for tens of millions that arrive from cultures mired in poverty
and illiteracy. It means degraded education, endless welfare,
disenfranchisement and crime. It will destroy America’s middle
class as wages and jobs degrade to the lowest wages because of so many
millions of people willing to work for so much less.
We will see more cities like Detroit fail as Americans flee further
into the middle of the country and further north.
What word best describes third world countries like Haiti, Mexico, India,
Bangladesh, Indochina and others? Why can’t those countries rise
out of their poverty? Why can’t they succeed? Answer: illiteracy.
Today, Detroit, Michigan, suffers from endless immigration while Americans
flee. Detroit sports a 76 percent dropout/flunkout rate in Detroit
public schools. (Source: Brian Williams NBC News, June, 2010)
CNN reported that 7,000 students drop out of America’s high schools
every single day of the nine month school year; one every 26 seconds;
total of 1.2 million annually. Folks, that stands as a monumental
number of illiterate people. That number illustrates our devolvement
into a third world country.
In 2012, the American Reading Foundation states that 42 million Americans
cannot read, write or perform simple math. Result: massive functional
illiteracy. Thus, we pay for 46.9 million Americans to subsist
on food stamps. Take a guess at how that rate will rise as our
illiteracy rates explode with the importation of 100 million third world
immigrants? I predict that over 100 million foreign born and their
children-immigrants from the third world will be subsisting on food
stamps within 38 years. What’s left of our meager working force
will be taxed to death to pay for our new poverty class.
Another 100 million people imported from the third world will change
the United States from a very successful civilization to a polyglot
of ethnic and religious tensions and outright hostile rivalries.
As water, resources, food and energy become scarce and horribly expensive,
we will see ethnic groups banding into enclaves to save themselves.
Has anyone visited Mexico City, San Paulo, Dacca, Mumbai, Soweto, Cairo
and other poverty stricken overcrowded cities? You cannot escape
the stench, the poison air, the putrification and the utter hopelessness
of their situations.
Once that 138 million more people add themselves to the United States,
everyone becomes a victim. Escape? Fix it? Change
it? Don’t you think if Mexicans, Indians, Brazilians, Africans
and Egyptians could change their cities into positive living environments—they
would? Again, “illiteracy” cannot change a bad situation
to a good situation. Look at Haiti. No matter how much money,
aid, food and materials we give them—two years later, their country
remains a living nightmare. They can’t help themselves. Why? Massive
Americans do not possess any idea of what’s coming as we add 138 million
more third world immigrants. Remember this: the more extreme our
numbers the more extreme our children’s consequences. It’s not
going to be pretty for anyone.
Part 10: What we face as to environmental destruction as to species
extinction, loss of arable land, air pollution, acidified oceans, acid
rain, depleted soils.
Again, look at what’s coming visually:
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:
“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
Again, join forces to stop this invasion of our country facilitated
by our U.S. Congress. www.NumbersUSA.org ; www.CapsWeb.org ;www.FAIRUS.org
These three organizations give you the collective power to change the
course of history by stopping mass immigration.
Part 1: The Immigration factor—inviting 100 million people into USA
Part 2: The immigration factor— the reasons for endless immigration,
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
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—if we do nothing—individual consequences
Part 9: The immigration factor—what it will look like in America if
we fail to stop mass immigration
Part 10: The immigration factor—if we do nothing—environmental calamities
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