By Frosty Wooldridge
In 2009, our U.S. Congress gave one million
green cards to foreigners as they imported them into our country as legal
immigrants. Our Congress added another
450,000 work permits for foreigner workers.
At the same time, 15-20 million Americans could not
and cannot secure a job. Another 35 million Americans subsist on food stamps. Foreclosures cost millions of Americans their
homes. We stand $12 trillion in debt.
And yet, the Congress imports 1.5 million immigrants
In the meantime, the American press covers water
shortages around the world, 18 million humans starving to death globally
annually, climate change, species extinction, and a host of accelerating
dilemmas facing humanity in the 21st century.
Nonetheless, the American media, leaders and major corporate
organizations won’t touch America’s steepening predicament visa vie legal and
illegal immigration. And, more ironic if
not oxymoronic, environmental organizations like the Sierra Club pretend to be
saving the environment, but in fact become enablers of continued
irresponsibility on a grand scale.
MUST CHOOSE REALITY OVER DELUSION
My Canadian friend and colleague, Tim Murray, gave
me a gut busting reality check with this interview. Canada, much like the United States, finds
itself being overrun by immigration—so much so—a transformation has robbed
Canada of its linguistic and cultural identity. It’s no longer Canada, but, an uncomfortable polyglot of
multiculturalism. At the same time, its
delicate environment declines with each new stamp of a visa card from desperate
immigrants fleeing degraded conditions from their home countries.
However, the Sierra Club along with the Nature
Conservancy, Greenpeace, World Wildlife Fund, Audubon Society, National
Wildlife Federation and a dozen more environmental groups ignore the core
Therefore, Murray created the “Sierra Clubbers
Anonymous”. As a signal of this commitment, you must pledge to follow the
12 steps to full recovery:
After many years of denial, recovery can begin when with one simple admission
of being powerless to regain your intellectual independence without reaching
out for truth and that a self-righteous Sierran yuppie who is semi-literate in
the laws of sustainability is more a fool than a so-called blue collar redneck
who has no pretensions of superior consciousness.
You must first have faith in biophysical laws and that the Commandment
“Thou Shalt Not Trespass Carrying Capacity” trumps anything that Moses brought
down from Mount Sinai or the optimism of the green apostles of false hope.
You must surrender your dependence on Sierra Club newsletters and
set out on the lonely journey of educating yourself. You must start by
understanding the exponential function and the limits to growth. No feat
of human ingenuity can conjure up extinct species, replenish cheap oil or
rehabilitate mined out soils without the use of fossil fuel-based fertilizers.
Step 4: Soul
There is a saying in the 12-step programs that recovery is a
process, not an event. The same can be said for this step -- more will surely
be revealed. You must conduct a fearless moral inventory. Did that solar
panel you installed create more energy than was involved in making it? Did that
so-called smart car you bought not involve an industrial process, was ore not
mined , smelted and transported to a factory to rendezvous with rubber derived
from fallen trees? Were not the gains
you made by riding a bike to work wiped out by taking that annual plane flight
to Mexico or Bali?
Step 5: Integrity
Probably the most difficult of all the steps to face, Step 5 is also
the one that provides the greatest opportunity for personal growth, the only
kind that is benign. You must examine the financial reports of any
environmental organization that you belong to and follow the money trail. You
must renounce any group like the Sierra Club, Nature Conservancy or the David
Suzuki Foundation which accepts corporate donations.
Step 6: Acceptance
The key to Step 6 is acceptance – accepting that you have been
WILLFULLY ignorant and tolerant of corruption in the environmental movement.
You must accept that you need an education. Start with Christine MacDonald’s
“Green Inc” which documents how much mainstream environmental organizations are
on the corporate take. Then take a look at Canada and ask, why is the Royal
Bank funding the David Suzuki Foundation and Nature Conservancy? What are these
green organizations doing, or more to the point, not doing and not
saying to get that money?
Step 7: Humility
The spiritual focus of Step 7 is humility, realizing that your smug
superiority complex is unwarranted. That the average logger or fish farm
worker is no more responsible than you are for the system that we are trapped
Making a list of those that have been harmed by your support of
false gods. The first casualty is the farmland we have lost to
development fuelled by our having the highest population growth rate in the G8
group. And the many hundreds of species that are now at risk of
extinction as a result. You must include on that list the fact that the
environmental groups you blindly supported by their unwillingness to bite the
corporate hand that feeds them have refused to fight population and economic
growth and therefore made meeting Kyoto targets impossible.
You must ask for the forgiveness of those you have slandered and
race-baited, and from the constituency that you have betrayed by allowing them
to think that your group was a watchdog guarding the environment.
Nobody likes to admit to being wrong. But you must continually remind
yourself that your blind obedience to a corrupt, money-grubbing corporate
lackey for so many years demands your consistent apologies.
You must make contact with reality and with knowledge that your
organization and the editors of the politically correct rags that you read do
not allow you to see. As the Romans said, “nullius verba”---take no one’s word.
Do your own research.
You can make amends for some of the damage that you have unwittingly
done with your ill-informed good intentions by redirecting your donations and
your efforts to projects and causes that make a difference. Deploy your money to countries like Thailand
or Madagascar that are serious about birth control programs.
Canadian journalist and environmental leader Tim Murray
rings a wake-up bell on Canada’s growing predicament. Shortly, he will publish a book: Overwhelming Canada. It will mirror Australian writer Mark O’Connor’s
Overwhelming Australia. Both books coincide with a third book: America on the Brink: The Next Added 100
What do all three books enjoy in common? They chronicle the ramifications of mass
immigration into first world countries by third world immigrants from a line
that grows by 77 million annually. Nothing positive will be recorded by world
historians concerning this massive “human Katrina” and its effects on first
world civilizations within the next three decades.
By the way, your U.S. Congress just imported another
240,000 immigrants in January of this year! How does that taste? Like ashes in your mouth?