As a resident of Golden, Colorado, I am watching my state suffer from a drought right now. No snow flies at our ski resorts. Other than machine-made snow on a few prime runs, the slopes show barren rocks. Our reservoirs run low. I bicycled 40 miles on Sunday at 70 degrees when I should have been freezing my nose off on a ski slope.
On the employment front, we suffer an 8 percent unemployment that echoes across most of the rest of America. Our state runs as broke as the federal government.
On Sunday, the Denver Post, published by Dean Singleton and the editorial page run by Vince Carroll, ran its usual “Immigration’s time has come” commentary telling us that we must legalize 20 million illegal aliens, legalize all their kids and legalize any and all illegality. In other words, make lawlessness lawful just like Reagan did back in 1986.
That single act stampeded the third world to illegally cross our borders.
As it is, 10 million third world people sign up for legal immigration annually into the United States. The line grows by 80 million desperately poor, think Haiti, from around the world, annually. They all want to come to America: “Bring your poor, wretched, starving…yearning to breathe free.”
For the past 20 years, the Denver Post encouraged endless illegal immigration into Colorado. It never reported on the employers that paid billions under the table. It never reported on the illegals taking over roofing, construction, painting, landscaping and fast food. It never reported on American families taken out of the work force by illegal Mexicans.
The Denver Post never reported on Coloradans crushed by the horde of illegals that ran over our state. It never spoke about the taxes never collected by the state from employers who broke all the laws.
But today, the Denver Post, about to be killed and run out of business by Internet news and reporting—wants us to legalize all those people it encouraged into Colorado by making sure no one read about the undertow of illegality that made all those Mexican workers flock to our state.
Not only that, they ran Ruben Navarrette’s, himself an anchor baby, commentary about legalizing illegal migrants to Colorado and all over the country. The Denver Post for 20 years has rejected any writer that spoke up about the “rule of law” and enforcing laws so illegals wouldn’t keep coming to Colorado.
The Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Atlanta Journal, Miami Herald and New York Times run fluff pieces about illegals and how they need to have all their children imported into America to enjoy “family reunification.” In other words, all the nation’s top newspapers, all the TV media and talk shows support illegal immigration into the United States. No matter how much damage to our people, our laws, our tax base, our school systems, our medical systems, they supported it.
In this next four years, Obama will somehow thwart the American people and present a total amnesty for 20 million illegal aliens. They will become instant U.S. citizens. They will each be able to “chain migrate” 10 of their family from anywhere in the world. They will tap into our entire welfare system from A to Z.
Yet, nobody will address the ramifications of adding the projected 100 million immigrants to this country.
Again, I repeat the brilliant statement by writer Sam Francis said, “You cannot separate a culture and its attendant civilization from the genetic endowments of its founding people, nor can you expect to transfer it to another people, i.e. [immigrants.]”
In the last Comprehensive Immigration Reform package of 2007, Obama voted to give total amnesty in addition to doubling our current immigration numbers to 3 million legal immigrants per year. In other words, flood America with millions upon millions of “desperate, poor, illiterate and hungry.”
Fellow Americans, do you think we can feed, water, house, warm and support another 100 million people added to this country from all over the world?
My friend and fellow writer Tim Murray said, “Sustainability doesn't come in different brands. An emerging immigration reform organization declares, as one of its aims, “To promote the creation of a sustainable country through urgently needed reform of immigration policies that are in the national interest.”
“Well and good. But then one opinion has it that this proposal “has some merit because it implies sustainability across a number of areas—cultural and institutional as well as environmental.” But mass immigration is not, as Samuel Gompers characterized it, fundamentally a labor issue, nor is it a cultural one. It is not about how many people our economy requires or how many people our culture can assimilate, but how many people our environment can sustain. Contemporary culture as we know it cannot survive an ecological meltdown.
“The nation itself would not endure. When the water you drink is polluted or inaccessible, when the farmland needed to provide food after international trade collapses with stratospheric fuel costs, when our exhausted soils starved of fossil-fuel based fertilizers cannot yield crops, when our forests are mowed down and the air unfit to breath, the fact that a lot people in the neighborhood are wearing strange clothing or speaking in foreign tongues will be of little importance.
“Cultural “sustainability” in this context will be a mirage. There is ultimately only one “sustainability”. The sustainability of the whole, not its constituent parts.”
Ladies and gentlemen, not only will our civilization suffer environmentally, but we face humongous sociological separation beyond solving.
“Immigrants devoted to their own cultures and religions are not influenced by the secular politically correct façade that dominates academia, news-media, entertainment, education, religious and political thinking today,” said James Walsh, former Associate General Counsel of the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service. “They claim the right not to assimilate, and the day is coming when the question will be how can the United States regulate the defiantly unassimilated cultures, religions and mores of foreign lands? Such immigrants say their traditions trump the U.S. legal system. Balkanization of the United States has begun.”
Think Nation of Islam and what it’s doing to Europe today and what it will do to America tomorrow. As a nation, as a culture, as a language, as a way of life—we are in SO much trouble. Only way to save what we have left is to stop all immigration into this country.
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: in a few words, “Mind boggling!” www.NumbersUSA.org