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The immigration factor: power you wield to change history

Part 4: The Immigration factor—the power of social media to change history as to too much immigration into America.  Citizen actions create consciousness shift, critical mass shift and tipping point toward a viable civilization
If you wrote your letter, email and phone call to Charlie Rose last week, he and his producers must have been blown out of the water by 10,000 plus emails, letters and phone calls demanding he interview the dozen speakers provided in your letter. You made Thomas Jefferson proud by your “Actions speak louder than words.”
Okay, let’s get busy again this week and the weeks that follow.  Let’s drive the immigration invasion of our country out of the shadows, out of the obfuscations, out of the silence—and ram it up to the top of the political conversation. As Clint Eastwood said during the Republican National Convention, "I know what you're thinking. Did he fire six shots or only five? Well to tell you the truth in all this excitement I've kinda’ lost track myself. But being this is a .44 Magnum - the most powerful hand gun in the world and would blow your head clean off, you've got to ask yourself one question--Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya punk?  Come on, make my day."
At the end of the speech, he invited the audience to repeat, “Make my day!”
Fellow Americans, I cannot do this myself. Make your kids’ day and their future!  I need you as a social media army to drive the immigration discussion to the top of “Meet the Press” ; “Face the Nation”; “Hardball” : “Good Morning America” ; “Today Show” ; “60 Minutes” ; “NPR” ; “Top radio 100” and more.  I’m giving you the tools. 
Let’s start off this week with Neal Conan at National Public Radio:
Start writing letters to top TV hosts. Can you imagine if Neal Conan faced 10,000 letters, emails and phone calls this week demanding that he address overpopulation and mass immigration?  How about 10,000 letters or even 100,000 letters?  Let’s get busy.
Start with: 
Neal Conan, NPR, Talk of the Nation
635 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, DC  20001-3753
Ph. 1 800 989 8255
Email:  Talk@npr.org
Template letter for email, hard copy and call his producers.  Be sure to write the email and the snail mail and make that phone call.  He won’t be able to ignore 10,000 Americans or better yet, 100,000 citizens contacting him.
Dear Mr. Conan:
America is on course to add 100 million people in 25 years and 138 million people by 2050.  (Source: US Census Bureau)  Those numbers are unsustainable as to water, energy, food, resources and quality of life.   Another 138 million people will create water, energy, housing, environmental, quality of life and sociological consequences we won’t be able to solve.
Our civilization cannot withstand the population pressures already affecting so much of the rest of the world.  We owe it to our children to build a sustainable and viable future for all citizens.
I urge you to interview some of these top experts in order start a national discussion and debate as to how many people the United States can continue to import into this country before our civilization becomes unsustainable.
Kindest regards,
Your name
Your address
Your phone number
Experts to interview:
Dr. Diana Hull at www.thesocialcontract.com
 Dr. Albert Bartlett at  www.albartlett.com
David Paxson  at  www.worldpopulationbalance.org
Kathleene Parker, population/immigration/environment— thundermesa111@gmail.com
Roy Beck director www.numbersusa.org  
Don Collins at DColl28416@aol.com  Population balance
Richard Heinberg at www.postcarboninstitute.org “Peak Everything”
Edward C. Hartman at  info@thepopulationfix.org  “The Population Fix”
 Chris Clugston: Following is a high level summary of a detailed analysis of America’s “predicament” and its inevitable consequences. The complete analysis and associated models, evidence, and references can be found at http://www.wakeupamerika.com/PDFs/On-American-Sustainability.pdf. On American Sustainability—Anatomy of a Societal Collapse (Summary) coclugston@gmail.com
 Bromwell Ault, Eminent Disdain: Triumph of Cynicism Over Integrity in 21st Century America,  bromwellault@gmail.com
Dell Erickson, environmentalist, writer & speaker on energy, population, and sustainability; Director of Research, Minnesotans For Sustainability http://www.mnforsustain.org
Joanne Wideman at www.CapsWeb.org
Leah Durant at www.PFIR.org  Progressive for Immigration Reform
Frosty Wooldridge author, “America on the Brink: Next Added 100 Million Americans”
William Dickinson author of “Bio-Centric  Imperative” at wdicki2@lsu.edu
James Howard Kunstler at jhkunstler@mac.com  “The Long Emergency”
Dr. Otis Graham, Unguarded Gates: History of America’s Immigration Crisis, graham@history.ucsb.edu
Fred Meyerson, at Rhode Island University at fmeyerson@uri.edu
Robert Walker at Population Institute at rwalker@populationinstitute.org
 Mark Krikorian of the Center for Immigration Studies at www.cis.org ; mkm@cis.org
Robert Engleman, director at WorldWatch at rengelman@worldwatch.org
Yeh Ling-Ling, a naturalized citizen of Chinese descent born in Vietnam, is Executive Director of Alliance for a Sustainable USA based in Oakland, California. You can visit her group's website at http://www.asustainableusa.org ;  yehlingling@asustainableusa.org
Aldolfo Doring, Amanda Zackem www.blindspotdoc.com  Doring and Zackem filmed a compelling documentary featuring 15 of the top experts in the world as to the unsustainability of current  energy and population paths.  “Blind Spot” creates a new understanding of what the human race faces in the 21st century on a number of levels by the world’s top experts on climate, species extinction, energy, water shortages and much more. Brilliant work!
Dr. Jack Alpert, www.skil.org, systems model designer on sustainability.
Dr. Steven Camarota,  sc@cis.org or www.cis.org (Center for Immigration Studies)
Peter Salonius at petersalonius@hotmail.com ;   'Long term agricultural overshoot’ at:    http://www.theoildrum.com/node/6048 ; Area of expertise:  Soil Science, Forest Ecology and Human Population Dynamics
Dan Stein, director, www.fairus.org
Bob Dane, communications director, www.fairus.org
Ira Mehlman, education, www.fairus.org
Dell Erickson, environmentalist, writer & speaker on energy, population, and sustainability; Director of Research, Minnesotans For Sustainability http://www.mnforsustain.org
Dr. William Rees, FRSC, originator and co-developer of ecological footprint analysis (EFA) Current practitioners of EFA show that the human enterprise is in 'overshoot',  using 30-50% more bioproduction than the planet can generate each year. H. sapiens is living, in part, by drawing down stocks of natural capital that took thousands or millions of years to accumulate.
Send the same letter to these top media hosts:
Diane Sawyer, anchor at www.ABCNews.com , you can access their “comment” email.  Send the snail mail to: Diane Sawyer, 7 W. 66th St., NY, NY 10023, Ph. 1 212 456 7777,  2020@abc.com
Brian Williams, anchor at www.NBCNews.com, you can access their “comment” email.  Send snail mail to: Brian Williams, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY  10112, Phone 1 212 664 4444, nightly@nbcnews.com
Matt Lauer, anchor at www.TodayShow.com , you can access their “comment” email. Send snail mail to: Matt Lauer, Today Show, 30 Rockefeller, NY, NY 10112, also: todayshowideas@nbc.com  , today@nbc.com
Scott Pelley, anchor at www.CBSNews.com , you can access their “comment” line to email.  Send snail mail to: Scott Pelley, 524 W. 57th St. NY, NY 10019,   also, theearlyshow@cbsnews.com, earlyshow@cbs.com , phone: 1 212 975 4321
Face the Nation, Bob Schieffer, www.CBSNews.com , ftn@cbsnews.com , (same mailing address as Scott Pelley for snail mail)
Meet the Press, David Gregory, www.NBCNews.com, mtp@nbcnews.com, (same mailing address as Brian Williams)
Send your “letter to the editor” to:
Washington Post: letters@washpost.com
Washington Times:  letters@washingtontimes.com
Time Magazine:  letters@time.com
Newsweek Magazine: letters@newsweek.com
USA Today:  letters@usatoday.com
US News and World Report: letters@usnews.com
Wall Street Journal:  wsj.ltrs@wsj.com
Los Angeles Times: letters@latimes.com
New York Times: letters@nytimes.com
Take the link to this commentary and place it on your face book page.  Then, send it to all your lists. Make sure you add Roy Beck’s videos.
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:
“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:  www.NumbersUSA.org :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=muw22wTePqQ
Also, join www.CapsWeb.org and www.FAIRus.org for free and become members of the largest organizations attempting to reduce all immigration to sustainable levels of 100,000 maximum annually. Send in your faxes and make those phone calls provided by NumbersUSA staff. It’s quick, easy push of some buttons and effective.  You will join over 1.5 million Americans who care about our future.
Part 1: The Immigration factor—inviting 100 million people into USA
Part 2: The immigration factor— the reasons for endless immigration, Silent Majority
Part 3: The Immigration factor—using social media to bring change in government policies in our republic
Part 4: The Immigration factor—a huge listing of media to address over-immigration in America.  This will get you to the meat of the matter.
Part 5: The Immigration factor—accelerating consequences, freedoms curtailed, quality of life degraded, standard of living out the window, environmental degradation
Part 6: The immigration factor—what it will look like in America if we fail to stop mass immigration
Frosty Wooldridge has bicycled across six continents - from the Arctic to the South Pole - as well as eight times across the USA, coast to coast and border to border. In 2005, he bicycled from the Arctic Circle, Norway to Athens, Greece. In 2012, he bicycled coast to coast across America.  His latest book is: How to Live a Life of Adventure: The Art of Exploring the World by Frosty Wooldridge, copies at 1 888 280 7715/ Motivational program: How to Live a Life of Adventure: The Art of Exploring the World by Frosty Wooldridge, click:

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Comment by Ed Martin
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 If Frosty thinks there are too many people, why hasn't Frosty and his followers eliminated themselves?