At the current rate of
legal immigration, the United States will add 138 million more people
to this country by 2050—a scant 38 years. The “Immigration Factor”
looms as the single, greatest and most deadly aspect of our future as
a civilization. Out of that 138 million, 100 million will be third world
immigrants. On a purely economic level, they will not be able to benefit
our civilization because they lack education, knowledge and cultural
inclination within the United States. In short, they cannot come
here “up to speed” with a first world country. Thus, they exist
on welfare, food stamps and assisted housing.
At the same time, if they can secure jobs, they displace jobs from
our poorest Americans as to janitors, taxi cab drivers, roofers,
landscapers, painters and other jobs that need only hands but no
That humongous number of 138 million additional Americans cannot be
sustained environmentally. It cannot maintain our standard of living
or quality of life. It will destroy many aspects of individual
choices, liberties and ability to fulfill a meaningful work life.
It’s astounding that our U.S. Congress refuses to deal with another
aspect of that terrible number: chain migration. The more
immigrants, the more they are able to “chain migrate” all their
relatives until America finds itself swamped in sheer overpopulation
“Chain Migration refers to the endless and often-snowballing chains
of foreign nationals who are allowed to immigrate because the law
allows citizens and lawful permanent residents to bring in their
extended, non-nuclear family members,” said Roy Beck, president of
www.NumberUSA.org . “It is the primary mechanism that has caused
legal immigration in this country to quadruple from about 250,000
per year in the 1950s and 1960s to more than one million a year
The Nuclear Priority Act (H.R.692), introduced by Rep. Phil Gingrey
(R-Ga.) on February 14, 2011 would end chain migration as
recommended by the bi-partisan Barbara Jordan Commission in 1995.
Rep. Gingrey's bill would:
eliminate the extended family visa categories (e.g., siblings,
married sons and daughters of citizens, etc.);
in a change from previous versions, eliminate the parents category
and instead create a renewable 5-year visa class for parents of U.S.
require U.S. sons and daughters to provide satisfactory proof that
they can financially support their immigrant parents and include
proof of health care coverage for the parents while they are
residing in the United States;
would reduce the annual number of family-sponsored immigrant visas
Another key element to Rep. Gingrey's 2011 bill is that immigrant
parents residing in the United States through the renewable 5-year
visa would not be eligible to work in the United States.
In order to stop mass immigration, birthright citizenship and chain
migration, please join www.NumbersUSA.org and www.CapsWeb.org for
free and become a faxer and phone caller to force Congress to reduce
all immigration to less than 100,000 annually.
If we expect to create a viable civilization, we must stop mass
immigration and chain migration.
Frosty Wooldridge has bicycled across six continents - from the
Arctic to the South Pole - as well as eight times across the USA,
coast to coast and border to border. In 2005, he bicycled from the
Arctic Circle, Norway to Athens, Greece. In 2012, he bicycled coast
to coast across America. His latest book is: How to Live a
Life of Adventure: The Art of Exploring the World by Frosty
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