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Part 10—America, Canada and Western Countries: Becoming the World’s Refugee Camps


Part 10: Actions you can take to change America’s history to a positive one

If you read and understand this series as to what it means to your country, your state, your community, your schools, and your children??"concerning the addition of 100,000,000 (million) immigrants within the next 30 years??"wouldn’t you want to do something to change the course of human events? Wouldn’t you like to take action to stop the importation of 100 million more people from 140 countries around the world?

Wouldn’t you like to leave your community, your schools, your city and state with at least a chance to survive the 21st century as an intact, viable, culturally stable and environmentally sustainable future?

We Americans pulled together after Pearl Harbor. We pulled together to win WWII. We pulled together after Hurricane Katrina. We pulled together after 9/11. Each of us sensed enough of our responsibilities individually and collectively to change the course of history toward a better tomorrow for our kids and our country.

I am willing to bet my life that this “legal and illegal” immigration invasion of our country supersedes any terrible “main event” in our country’s history. If we fail to stop Congress from importing 100 million “refugee” immigrants from 140 countries within 30 years??"we won’t survive the 21st century as an intact, culturally viable, and linguistically cohesive country. We won’t survive as to quality of life and standard of living as well as an environmentally sustainable civilization.

Additionally, I realize that less than 25 percent of Americans take any kind of pro-action to better their schools, communities or states. The other three-quarters of Americans sit, watch, wait and let things happen. They condemn their children to a pretty miserable and sobering future. Therefore, I am appealing to you top 25 percent who speak up, write up and take action.

Actions for you to take:

Write 60 Minutes producers and directors: email: 60m@cbsnews.com

Ask them to produce a special report on the final results of the addition of 138 million people to the United States by 2050. Ask them interview top population and environmental experts. Since the USA enjoys 1.97 birth rate per American female, ask them to deal with what’s causing our population explosion: legal and illegal immigration. Demand they give the American people a glimpse into the future if we continue on our current path. Expect them to interview those of us who may give viable solutions: like reducing mass immigration to less than 100,000 annually.

Snail mail address:

60 Minutes Producers
C/O CBS NEWS
524 W. 57th St.
New York, NY 10019

Write Charlie Rose of CBS and PBS with the same ideas

Charlie Rose Email CharlieRose@pbs.com

Charlie Rose
C/O PBS
731 W. Lexington Ave.
New York, NY 10022

Write National Public Radio journalists--Leanne Hanson, Terry Gross, Steve Inskeep, Robert Siegel and your favorites to address our projected addition of 138 million more people to the USA within 36 years.

Robert Siegel of NPR talk@npr.org

Address:

National Public Radio
635 Massachusetts Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20001-3753

Write Matt Lauer of the Today Show

Matt Lauer, NBC Today Show
30 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, NY 10112

George Stephanopoulos at GMA
7 W. 66th Street
New York, NY 10023

CNN
Wolf Blitzer
One CNN Center
Box 105366
Atlanta, GA 30303-5366

Megyn Kelley
Fox News Channel
121 Ave. of the Americas
New York, NY

Brian Williams email: nightly@msnbc.com

David Muir at ABC News

Bob Shieffer at CBS Face the Nation

David Gregory at NBC Meet the Press

Laura Ingraham Show

Bill O’Reilly Show

Oprah Winfrey

Michael Savage

Diane Sawyer

Jim Bohanan

Peter Boyles

Write Time Magazine with publisher Rick Stengel and encourage him if not demand that his staff writes a series of articles on America’s future with the overwhelming numbers of 138 million more people within 36 years to reach 438 million.

U.S. News and World Report
1050 Thomas Jefferson St.
Washington DC 20007

The Washington Post
1150 15St NW
Washington, DC 20071

The New York Times
229 W. 43rd St.
New York, NY 10036

USA Today
7950 Jones Branch Drive
McLean, VA 22108

Bill Moyers
Story suggestions
450 W. 33rd St.
New York, NY 10001-2605

2020 ABC
Story suggestions editor
147 Columbus Ave.
New York, NY 10023

This Week
1717 Desales St. NW
Washington DC 20036

Anderson Cooper
One Time Warner Center
New York, NY 10019

Shepard Smith
C/O Fox News
Story suggestions
1211 Avenue of Americas
New York, NY 10026

Imagine when all these outlets receive letters, phone calls and emails by the tens of thousands and even into the hundreds of thousands to report on what our country faces. Please understand that all great movements start at the ground level of the citizens of a country. That’s how our individual rights began with the Magna Carta. The “Bill of Rights.” That’s how we signed the U.S. Constitution to give every man, woman and child the right of “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.”

Ultimately, as a civilization, we do not need, nor do we want, nor can we sustain another 100 million immigrants from all over the world. We cannot endure or survive incompatible cultures, worldviews or barbaric religions. We cannot and will not survive the sheer numbers involved. Let’s help them in their own countries to help themselves.

This is your watch. Take it seriously. Take your responsibilities as a parent as to what kind of country you bequeath to your children.

Let’s get busy.

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