Vital Questions For Republican Candidates
By Stephen Lendman


Multiculturalism provides the seeds for destruction of the culture, language and cohesiveness of any country that fools itself into displacing its own culture, language and way of life.

The current president, Barack Obama and the U.S. Congress continue flooding 1.2 million legal immigrants into America from disparate countries from around the world.  The American people continue accepting a flood of humanity as if the deluge of numbers won’t affect the future of their country.

The sheer numbers will drive the U.S. population to add 100 million people by 2035 and 138 million by 2050.  All those people will be competing for water, food, energy and shelter.  Can the United States survive such a future?  Has multiculturalism succeeded in Australia or Europe?

Australian Professor Blainey stated: "Recent governments emphasize the merits of a multicultural society and ignore the dangers. And yet the evidence is clear that many multicultural societies have failed and that the human cost of the failure has been high. Many of our refugees actually come from multicultural societies that are faltering or in disarray. Also, Professor Loring Danforth has admitted that "Ironically, Australia's own commitment to multiculturalism may also encourage immigrants to involve themselves in the national conflicts of their homelands.” This policy of multiculturalism ... defines people in ethnic categories and makes it possible for them to maintain their identities as Italians, Greeks, or Macedonians. Multiculturalism, with its emphasis on community languages and ethnic media, promotes the development of these ethnic identities and impedes the development of a strong Australian national identity."

The same consequences grow in Europe and Canada.  The British are displacing their language, culture and themselves.  The same goes for France, Norway, Germany, Sweden, Belgium, Denmark and Austria.

During this presidential run, we must demand that GOP candidates answer these questions:

1. Do you support English as the official language of the United States and the only language to be used in all official publications, proceedings and ballots at all levels of government?

2. What actions are you prepared to take to achieve that goal?

3. Will you immediately reverse Clinton’s Executive Order 13166 that subverts English in favor of an immigrants language at a cost of billions of dollars?

4. Will you deny citizenship to any immigrant or other person who cannot demonstrate true fluency in written and spoken English rather than the knowledge of just a few words or phrases?

5. Politicians have been promising to secure the borders for many years. What concrete steps would you be prepared to take by executive order or such other means as may be necessary to achieve that goal?

6. Our northern border is 3,987 miles long and the southern border is 1952 miles. To secure the borders with a minimum of one border patrol agent per mile would require 5920 agents per shift or at least 17,760 agents in addition to the existing staffing at the official border crossing points. Are you prepared to support that level of staffing or would you choose the approach in 7 below instead?

7. We have spent a great deal of time and money to secure our borders with no appreciable and attributable decline in the number of illegals in the U.S.? Would you support a totally new approach that would secure the borders by assuring that all illegals are quickly apprehended and deported at their own expense or that of their employers?

8. If we deny illegals the opportunity to get a job, they will stop coming and those who are here already will return home with a little prodding. Will you, by executive order, institute mandatory E-verification across the board for all employers public and private and all employees, both current and potential new hires?

9. Do you support a legislative action or executive order to clarify the 14th Amendment to exclude the offspring of illegal aliens, foreign students, and tourists from birthright citizenship?

10. Would you support the appointment of federally-sanctioned, state appointed immigration justices of the peace (IJOPs) to relieve the immigration judges of all but the most difficult immigration cases?

11. Would you support a rigid set of criteria to be used by these IJOPs to enable a decision within 24 hours of apprehension with only one week for appeal?

12. Would you support a compensation plan for privately-operated detention facilities that is based mostly on throughput rather than detainee-days?

13. Would you support an executive order that defines an illegal alien as anyone who cannot produce current authentic evidence of his or her bona fides within one week?

14. Would you issue an executive order defining the inability to produce legal evidence of immigration status as prima facie evidence of illegal entry and presence in the U.S. subjecting the individual to immediate deportation without recourse?

15. Some candidates indicated that they favor a simplification of immigration rules to facilitate legal immigration, hoping that that would reduce the number of illegals. Would you be willing to take a different direction based on a national objective of the stabilization of our population within 20 years based on new immigration and tax policies?

16. What do you consider to be the optimum population for the U.S.?

17. At what level of population will our quality of life and standard of living be adversely affected—0.3, 0.4, 0.5, 0.6, or 1.3 billion?

18. What steps are you prepared to take to forestall that adverse outcome by limiting population growth?

19. The “limit” of finite natural resources per capita as population increases without bounds is zero. (The more there are of us, the less there is for each of us of these finite natural resources.) How much farther down that road do you propose to go?

20. Do you believe population-driven economic growth is sustainable over the long run?

21. Are you willing to speak up about the millions of jobs that could be made available to unemployed Americans if the illegals were expeditiously removed from our country? Why isn’t this a part of your jobs plan?

Blainey finished, “We do not need a crystal ball to see where multiculturalism will lead us. The future will bring a vast amount of inter-ethnic rivalry and resultant clashes, even leading to race riots reminiscent of those clashes in the UK and USA. Australia faces the spectre of being another disunified "multicultural" society like Sri Lanka, South Africa, Northern Ireland, Lebanon, the former Yugoslavia, Fiji, etc.; not to mention the USA and the UK, with their continually strained communities, and occasional race riots. The prospects of such a disunified nation are appalling.”

Frosty Wooldridge has bicycled across six continents - from the Arctic to the South Pole - as well as six times across the USA, coast to coast and border to border. In 2005, he bicycled from the Arctic Circle, Norway to Athens, Greece. He presents "The Coming Population Crisis in America: and what you can do about it" to civic clubs, church groups, high schools and colleges. He works to bring about sensible world population balance at He is the author of: America on the Brink: The Next Added 100 Million Americans. Copies available: 1 888 280 7715



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