Like the slavery issue of 1776 when the founders framed the
U.S. Constitution, 21st century immigration parallels the
complexities of the past—facing today’s leaders and citizens.
Back then, they talked about a wonderful new concept of
self-government that yielded, “…life, liberty and pursuit of happiness…,” as
long as you did not carry shackles around your neck and feet.
Americans kicked the can down the road for nearly 100 years
before the can kicked back. The American
Mark Twain said, “Silent assertion is the shabbiest of all lies. It
happens when leaders, the media and church obfuscate, cloud, suppress or deny a
social wrong or something not working in our civilization.”
Our ‘silent assertion’ ended up with America ripping itself
apart in the Civil War.
Slavery could not continue as an institution. People died by the hundreds of
thousands. Yet, today, slavery continues
in Africa and people continue killing one another.
America repeats this slavery atrocity in America today:
illegal immigration! Rich people and
corporations employ poor people at slave wages to the tune of over 10 million
of them in 2010 along with another 10 million of their kids and spouses. Those slave wages beat the misery of Mexican
wages and many other countries. The rich
dodge the laws and the poor crawl across American borders to break the law: “I
came for a better life for me and my children.”
In violation of the rule of law, we kicked this noisier can
down the road for the past 30 years, and someday soon, we will pay for our
stupidity, greed and this modern day slavery. The financial costs will exceed
$5 trillion according to the Heritage Foundation for any kind of an amnesty for
them and their kids. Once they gain
citizenship, they will be able to ‘chain migrate’ millions more of their
Why can’t other countries duplicate the simple market
dynamics of America to bring their citizens a prosperous way of life? Why don’t the people of Mexico raise up and
vote leaders into office that would serve them instead of force them into
another kind of slavery north of the border?
Today, 3.1 billion human beings, according to the World
Bank, live on less than $2.00 per day.
Another 2.0 billion live on less than $3.00 per day. Their numbers grow by over 80 million net
gain around the planet annually. Their
poverty grows beyond solving.
You may look close to home at the island of Haiti. It houses
9.5 million, mostly illiterate, culturally poor and completely destitute people
even BEFORE the earthquake. Demographic projections show Haiti adding
another 3.1 million within a few decades.
Haiti’s problem? The
Catholic Church advocates against birth control which results in overzealous
Haiti’s land mass? Less
than Rhode Island, our smallest state.
Rhode Island houses 1.05 million people to give you an idea of Haiti’s
If given a chance and a boat ticket, the entire 9.5 million
humans on the island of Haiti would immigrate to America tomorrow. If given a plane or boat ticket, a minimum of
humans would immigrate to the land of milk and honey, America, tomorrow.
What’s the problem?
Those folks around the planet in greatest poverty add 80 million of
themselves annually on their way to adding two to three billion by mid century.
THE IMMIGRATION LINE GROWS AND NEVER ENDS
What cost to American taxpayers each year? Try a whopping $346 billion spread out across
15 federal agencies! (Source: Edwin
Rubenstein Report, www.thesocialcontract.com
What does that reality mean to every American citizen? I offer you one of the simplest and most
brilliant five minute video ever created in this world by Roy
Beck. It explains their dilemma and our
predicament. Watch it and weep! Watch it and share it with everyone you know
to help every citizen in this country understand the mind-boggling futility of
further immigration into the USA.
In a five minute astoundingly simple yet brilliant video, “Immigration, Poverty, and Gum Balls
director of www.numbersusa.ORG
graphically illustrates the impact of overpopulation. Take five minutes
to see for yourself:
After you watched
Beck’s first video, view this 10 minute
video that arrived last week. It’s already enjoyed nearly 1.0 million
viewers. It shows what we face if we
continue our current immigration policy.
Out of the next added 100 million people to the USA via mass
immigration, a full 70 million will be third world immigrants and their children.
Watch it and gasp! Watch it and
learn! Watch it and share it with
everyone you know.
“Immigration by the numbers—off the chart” by Roy
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
If we fail to change our immigration policy, much like the ‘slavery
issue’ of 1776, we most certainly will not survive the outcome as to sheer
numbers, as to a livable environment and as to a sustainable civilization. Today, we can make a difference to change the
future for our children. Within 25
years, if we allow immigration to add 100 million people, our children and all
living things in America will be nostril-deep in irreversible consequences and unsolvable
to become an active participant in your children’s future. It’s goal: to reduce
all immigration into America to 1960 levels.
Bi-partisan, fair and over 1.0 million members from all walks of life.
“Imagine a country which employs the principles of personal
responsibility, freedom and accountability for future generations.
Everything you do-counts! If you do nothing, that counts likewise. When
you read sobering information, do you want to give up or fall apart? Or, do you
want to engage like
Jefferson, Ben Franklin, George and
Washington, John and
Adams, Lincoln, Susan B. Anthony, Dr.
Luther King, Oprah, Barbara Jordan, John Muir and other
Americans. You represent a Jefferson, Oprah and/or Dr. King of the 21st
century. Consider it your honor and privilege to become a part of the
solutions. Engage the present to change the future! Become an agent of
the change you wish to see.” FW