Part 5: Six of the most important videos on immigration consequences
One reader said, “As far as stopping immigration into the United States, you’re wasting your time. The American people are too stupid to save themselves and their leaders are too greedy.”
Since 1965 when the United States Congress began importing 1.2 to 1.5 million legal immigrants annually, this country grew 194 million to 300 million in October of 2008. That added 106 million people in the short term of 40 years. Today, immigration continues to explode America toward an added 138 million people by 2050—a scant 38 years from now.
The last 100 million immigrants created enormous expansion of our cities that resulted in gridlocked traffic, road rage, 40,000 traffic deaths annually, incredible air pollution, water shortages and rising gas prices.
It also lowered the quality of life and standard of living for all Americans. That fact may be found in the average credit card debt (balance) that runs at $9,466.00 according to NBC’s Brian Williams. The nation runs a horrific $15 trillion debt. A whopping 15 million Americans cannot secure a job and over 46 million Americans subsist on food stamps. Another 42 million Americans cannot read, write or perform simple math. (Functionally illiterate)
Nonetheless, our Congress pumps another 3.1 million immigrants and their children into this country every 12 months on the way to adding 100 million immigrants by 2050. While any fool can see the consequences exploding in our faces today, you won’t find 100 Americans that understand our plight. As long as it “looks” okay today and they are not affected, most Americans cannot be bothered with the immigration equation.
While I work to illustrate to Americans the accelerating consequences of adding another 100 million immigrants to this country, words obviously have not done it. In 30 years of writing on this issue, the Congress continues pumping immigrants into this country and the American people keep ignoring the obvious consequences. I sum up my journalist career in two words: absolute failure.
In the month of February, our U.S. Congressed pumped 125,000 legal immigrants into America. Another 20,000 give or take, arrived illegally or overstayed their visas. Those individuals join in excess of 20 million illegal aliens that now call America “home.”
But as you know, they continue arriving from a desperate line that grows by 80 million annually. Unfortunately, the American people pursue their lives daily without any understanding of the long term consequences of relentless immigration. I’m here to tell you that the following videos will give you an idea of the enormous consequences facing our future generations.
The ramifications as to water, energy and resource shortages accelerate as our population advances. In the end, we cannot sustain the numbers headed our way. If you would like to “see” what your kids face, the following videos are the most important for “seeing” into the future.
Just ask yourself: name one advantage of adding 138 million more people to this country within the next 38 years. Will it make our gridlock traffic better? Will it make for cleaner air over our cities? Will it clean up our waterways? Will it create more water for drinking and irrigation? Will it create better quality of life and standard of living for our citizens? Will it improve our environment? If you answered “no” to all those questions, you might want to get your butt into gear to change course.
This is not about race, creed or color. These videos are about the numbers. These videos show how our resources cannot sustain those human numbers. Share with all your friends. Then, join the organizations and start taking action to change the course of American
history toward a viable one.
This five minute video shocked the multi-ethnic audience that watched it. You can see on their faces that they are almost incredulous beyond words. Some looked stunned at what they saw before their eyes. No matter how many advocate for more immigration, no one can escape the devastating consequences of the numbers provided by Roy Beck in his gumball demonstration.
In a five minute astoundingly simple yet brilliant video, “Immigration, Poverty, and Gum Balls
”, Roy Beck, director of www.numbersusa.ORG
, graphically illustrates the impact of overpopulation. Take five minutes to see for yourself:
In the 10 minute video, Roy Beck brings it home as to how you and your children will be affected by adding another 100 million immigrants to America. Take 10 minutes and see what your children face in the very near future.
“Immigration by the numbers—off the chart” by Roy Beck
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
This video show you exactly how that 100 million will affect our environment, our water, our resources, our quality of life, our standard of living. It will send sobering understandings into your brain that you won’t be able to ignore.
Dave Gardner, a man who I know and respect, created a movie that will educate you as to the long term consequences of relentless growth.
Dr. George Colburn shot this video of yours truly on my touring bike as I rode through Denver, Colorado and talked about this country’s looming water shortages as we add 100 million more immigrants. The brilliant environmentalist Lester Brown follows my talk.
Check out this link with Wooldridge on bicycle and Lester Brown and panel discussion:
Finally, Dr. George Colburn will give you an unforgettable ride as to what our children face in “Tomorrow’s America” after we have added 138 million people.
The question remains: do you want to do this to your children? Would you want it done to you? What are you doing to change the future you see in these videos? If it’s the same as it’s been for the past 40 years, future generations of Americans are completely and totally screwed—along with the plants, animals, quality of life, standard of living and more.
This quote says it all:
“Most Western elites continue urging the wealthy West not to stem the migrant tide [that adds 80 million net gain annually to the planet], but to absorb our global brothers and sisters until their horrid ordeal has been endured and shared by all—ten billion humans packed onto an ecologically devastated planet.” Dr. Otis Graham, Unguarded Gates