Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Illegal Immigrants, Anchor Babies - Is There No End?

Mass Immigration: Energy and the Silent Lie
By Frosty Wooldridge
August 11, 2011
"The United States cannot afford to wait for the next energy crisis to marshal its intellectual and industrial resources. Our growing dependence on increasingly scarce Middle Eastern oil is a fool's game—there is no way for the rest of the world to win. Our losses may come suddenly through war, steadily through price increases, agonizingly through developing-nation poverty, relentlessly through climate change—or through all of the above." -James Woolsey, US Director of Central Intelligence 1993 - 1995
What more will it take for Americans to comprehend what it means to add 3.1 million immigrants to the United States annually? How can we add another 200,000 legal immigrants every 30 days with over 14 million unemployed American workers? What is Congress thinking? Why are Americans too apathetic or too stupid to act? How come no one understands the implications on multiple levels of adding 72 to 75 million legal immigrants to the USA by 2035? How can we rationally and emotionally accept that number of immigrants added in a blink of time?
What is the easiest and most common posture for dealing with our hyper-immigration equation? Short answer: ignore, deny, discount, pretend, reject or refute! Push for endless “sustainable growth” in America.
How’s that working out for you folks in California?
Back in 1860, one of my favorite authors, Mark Twain said, “Almost all lies are acts, and speech has no part in them. I am speaking of the lie of silent assertion; we can tell it without saying a word. For example: It would not be possible for a humane and intelligent person to invent a rational excuse for slavery; yet you will remember that in the early days of emancipation agitation in the North, the agitators got but small help or countenance from anyone. Argue, plead and pray as they might, they could not break the universal stillness that reigned, from the pulpit and press all the way down to the bottom of society—the clammy stillness created and maintained by the lie of silent assertion; the silent assertion that there wasn’t anything going on in which humane and intelligent people were interested.
“The universal conspiracy of the silent assertion lie is hard at work always and everywhere, and always in the interest of a stupidity or sham, never in the interest of a thing fine or respectable. It is the most timid and shabbiest of all lies…the silent assertion that nothing is going on which fair and intelligent men and women are aware of and are engaged by their duty to try to stop.”
So what is the lie we’re talking about?
Stephen Benka, author of “The Energy Challenge” outlined the magnitude of our energy crisis by citing projects from the U.S. Department of Energy from 1999 to 2020, “The world’s total annual energy consumption will rise 59 percent and the annual carbon dioxide emissions will rise 60 percent while the world population increases from 6.5 billion to 7.5 billion.”
Interestingly, few talk about an immigration moratorium. Other experts call for—here’s that phrase again—unending ‘sustainable growth’.
Let’s wake up and smell the coff…er, I mean, consumption addiction!
Dr. Ernest J. Moniz wrote, “U.S. consumption represents half of that for the industrialized world…with China, Central and South America expecting to triple their usage over the next 20 years.”
Where does that leave you and me, average citizens of the United States as our leaders shove this
immigration juggernaut down our throats?
Dr. Albert Bartlett, www.albartlett.org, wrote a penetrating column for the local Boulder Daily Camera, Colorado on February 3, 2008, page 7B:
“It’s time to try again to correct the educationally credentialed but innumerate experts (innumeracy is the mathematical equivalent of illiteracy) who say that growth is inevitable.
“They fail to recognize that after maturity, continued growth is either obesity or cancer. We must remember that “Smart Growth” and “Dumb Growth” destroy the environment in good taste. Growth is not the answer; it’s the problem.
“The innumerate theme of the growth promoters is, ‘The Front Range of Colorado is going to grow whether we like it or not.’ If this is true, it is because so many leaders are active and successful in promoting growth.
“Predictably, this will produce more well-to-do people, more homeless people, more employed people, more unemployed people, higher salaries, more people living below the poverty level, more traffic congestion, higher parking fees, more school crowding, more crime, more unhappy neighborhoods, more expensive government, more taxes, higher taxes, more fiscal problems for state and local governments, more air and water pollution, higher utility costs, less reliable utility service, less democracy, higher food costs and more destruction to the environment.”
Defining future realities of hyper-immigration into the USA
Please consider three definite outcomes by famous economist Kenneth Boulding. He offers these three theorems that face our children. Please notice that Somalia’s children are already suffering in the midst of what their parents set up for them:
“The Dismal Theorem: If the only ultimate check on the growth of populations is misery, then the population will grow until it is miserable enough to stop growth.
“The Utterly Dismal Theorem: Any technical improvement can only relieve misery for a while, for so long as misery is the only check on population, the improvement will enable more people to live in misery than before. The final result of improvements, therefore, is to increase the equilibrium population, which is to increase the sum total of human misery.
“The Moderately Cheerful Form of the Dismal Theorem: If something else, other than misery and starvation, can be found which will keep a prosperous population in check, the population does not have to grow until it is miserable or starves; it can enjoy stable prosperity.”
How far will we sell our national soul for more immigration? When will we direct our solutions to stop mass immigration rather endless growth along with searching for dwindling energy supplies?
We don’t need to create one more Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, Atlanta, Denver, San Francisco, Dallas or Houston with big city traffic. We do not need more air pollution nightmares along with millions of miles of highway systems whose diet consists of 22 million barrels of oil daily.
Finally, America reached ‘Peak Oil’ in 1970. Most predictions show the world oil supplies peaking in 2010. From that point, no matter how many oil wells we sink, the world’s supply declines. We live in the ‘Peak Oil Descent’ that means every oil-dependent civilization on this planet must contract.
James Howard Kunstler said, “At peak oil, there will still be plenty of oil left in the ground—in fact, half of all
the oil that ever existed—but it will be the half that is deeper down, harder and costlier to extract, sitting under harsh and remote parts of the world, owned in some cases by people with a grudge against the United States, and this remaining oil will be contested by everyone. At peak and just beyond, there is potential for system failures of all kinds—social, economic and political. Peak is quite literally a tipping point. Beyond peak, things unravel and the center does not hold. Beyond peak, all bets are off about civilization’s future.”
Kunstler said that by 2030, China will require 98 million barrels of oil per day. The whole world burns only 84 million barrels of oil in 2011 per day. It should be interesting to see where they obtain that 98 million barrels of oil in the next 19 years. Where will we get ours?
We need a “consciousness shift” and actions to prepare our civilization for a very different future. We desperately need a national “scream” for a 10 year moratorium on all immigration. I have no idea what we are waiting around for or what we think will happen. You can be darned sure that it won’t be pleasant. Join www.NumbersUSA.org and watch Roy Beck’s “Immigration, poverty and gumballs.” It will kick you in your intellectual butt and get you to take action for your own children’s future. [also see video below]
Whatever you do, avoid becoming a part of the “shabbiest of all lies…silent assertion.”
Stop Birthright Citizenship and Chain Migration
By Frosty Wooldridge
July 18, 2011
Every year, 350,000 to 400,000 pregnant women enter the United States legally on visas or illegally by crossing our borders—to birth to their child. It gives them a free meal ticket in welfare and their children a free pass to subvert our laws as to citizenship.
It costs Americans billions of dollars in the annual cycle of birthright citizenship also known as “jackpot babies” or “anchor babies.”
These women and their babies continue to create an entrenched poverty class that leeches off the public taxpayer like a giant financial vacuum cleaner. As those children reach 18, they may chain migrate their entire families into America.
You may write a letter to your Congress critter such as the one below, or you can visit www.NumbersUSA.org where you can fax a pre-written letter just like this to your representatives”
Dear Representative:
I cannot understand why the United States continues to give the children of illegal aliens birthright citizenship. How is this fair? I expect you to support H.R. 140, a piece of legislation that will right this tremendous wrong and protect the sanctity of U.S. citizenship.
Less-educated citizens and legal immigrants have had high rates of joblessness since before the 2007 economic downturn, yet they continue to compete with 8 million illegal workers for jobs in construction, manufacturing and the service industries. Replacing illegal workers with unemployed citizens and legal immigrants has proven difficult, in part, because many illegal workers have U.S. born children who have been granted U.S. citizenship. The federal government has been slow to remove illegal aliens with citizen children. Birthright citizenship has become a de facto path to permanent residency for illegal workers, and an obstacle to unemployed Americans who need those jobs to support their own children.
This is an unsustainable situation for the 22 million Americans unable to find a full-time job. Either the federal government must fully enforce immigration law against all illegal aliens, including those with U.S.-born children, or the U.S. should abandon the archaic practice of giving away citizenship to the children of illegal aliens.
H.R. 140 would protect jobless citizens and legal immigrants from the federal government's failure to fully enforce immigration laws by clarifying (not changing) the meaning of "subject to the jurisdiction thereof" in the 14th Amendment. Please cosponsor the bill.
Stop Chain Migration
You can also write your Congress persons and demand they stop chain migration that is importing millions from the third world into this country with horrific consequences that I have reported on in the past. You can also join www.NumbersUSA.org to send the same letter by fax. It’s free, quick, free and effective.
Dear Representative:
It would help all unemployed Americans if you were to cosponsor Rep. Phil Gingrey's Nuclear Family Priority Act (H.R. 692)!
Ending chain migration was one of the top recommendations of Democratic leader Barbara Jordan when she chaired the U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform. She concluded that chain migration serves no compelling national interest while harming the Americans who most need our help.
While ending chain migration would directly reduce overall immigration by around 1.2 million a decade, it would eventually and indirectly lead to an even larger decline in other categories. The creation of the chain migration categories has been the primary reason total authorized immigration has skyrocketed from 2.5 million per decade to 10 million.
22 million Americans cannot find a job. Reducing chain migration would help some of these Americans find jobs. Please support H.R. 692, the Nuclear Family Priority Act, and help Americans get back to work!
The following two videos should scare the heck out of you:
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: [see below]
“Immigration by the numbers—off the chart” by Roy Beck http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=muw22wTePqQ [also see below]
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!”
1. Ten year moratorium on all immigration. We do not need any more immigrants for any reason whatsoever. Maximum of 100,000 annually after moratorium and only if they speak English and benefit America.
2. Enforce that English is the only official language in America and that all persons must be able to write, read and speak it before gaining a driver’s license or any other official welfare, food stamps and medical care.
3. Enforce E-Verify to employ only American workers in all jobs at a living wage.
4. No more birthright citizenship whatsoever.
5. You can think of a few more. Write to me for suggestions: frostyw@juno.com
Impact of 70 Million Added Legal Immigrants in 24 Years
By Frosty Wooldridge
June 27, 2011
Last week, I spoke at a Tea Party gathering in Cheyenne, Wyoming at the invitation of popular radio talk show host Dave Chaffin at KGAB 650 AM. Every Monday at 7:00 a.m., we discuss the accelerating consequences of the legal and illegal immigration invasion of America.
On Saturday, I spoke on the RePatriot Radio station WNJC 1360 AM, (archived) with Rita Bonilla and Alice Navoa both Hispanic-Americans from California and Arizona that see the face and language of American changing toward Spanish dominance. They also see the welfare rolls swelling, schools failing, hospitals overwhelmed and prison populations exploding.
When I began reciting the numbers to them, they gasped at the speed of America’s language, ethnic makeup and culture radically and forever being devolved into a third world country like Mexico.
Anyone can see it in the devolvement of our schools via academic dumbing down of curriculums. Parents can see it in the utter chaos of multi-lingual classrooms where no learning is taking place. Anyone can see it in the dropout/flunkout rates as high as 76 percent in immigrant-laden cities like Detroit, Michigan. Anyone can see it in the shoplifting of $35 million daily from our stores across America by the poor. We can see it in the illiteracy rates now at 42 million Americans who cannot read, write or perform simple mathematical equations. Crime rates reflect it with 2.3 million prisoners. We can see it in the inability of our Congress to pass anything meaningful to resurrect this economy but instead—continue costly and immoral wars, deficits, trade imbalances, scandals and joblessness, 13.4 million American children living in poverty and unemployment of 15 million Americans.
Just like Congress along with the past five presidents, the legal immigration invasion continues without a whisper.
According to the Pew Center, Fogel/Martin Study and U.S. Census Bureau, the United States, at the current immigration rate, will add 70 million legal immigrants by 2035. By 2050, that number will approach 100 million legal immigrants from third world countries with third world cultures—cultures of poverty. Your guess for illegal immigrants will be about 800,000 to 1.1 million annually—so that number will be horrific as we allow a sub-class to develop within our country.
While I have seen what is coming from my world travels and I have written thousands of columns in the past 35 years as to our impending overload—no national leader will raise a finger, speak a word, stand up or speak out. I’m dumbfounded at how inept, apathetic and ignorant our Congress and president remain to think we will survive this Human Katrina invading our civilization.
I can’t beg enough people to see Roy Beck’s simple five and 10 minute videos of what our kids face:
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. [see above article]
“Immigration by the numbers—off the chart” by Roy Beck [see above article]
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!”
On David Muir on ABC News Sunday night, he said the face of the nation will be permanently changed from white to a non-white “majority-minority” within 39 years.
As I sat there, he never mentioned a single point about the consequences of adding 138 million people to this country with our environmental, water, resource and energy predicaments ALREADY beyond solving in 2011. It won’t matter whether we are a black, white or brown nation if we can’t water, feed and warm ourselves. I am beginning to comprehend that the media and our elites live in denial or are just plain stupid or refuse to educate our citizens for some arcane reason. CNN, FOX, ABC, NBC, CBS, Charlie Rose, Bill Moyers, Bill O’Reilly, David Gregory, Bob Shieffer, Matt Lauer, Scott Pelley, Diane Sawyer and Brian Williams are either brain dead as to what we face—or they celebrate the disintegration of our civilization. I’ve written every one of them a half dozen times asking them to interview 35 of the top experts in the world on what we face. Not a single response in 10 years!
What we’re doing to ourselves defies my intelligence. Millions of my readers have circulated my column about the “Tragedy of Detroit” published in News With Views in October of 2009 along with vivid pictures. Detroit constitutes a symptom. You’re encouraged to circulate this column with the five and ten minute video around to every American alive.
Why? If we don’t stop mass immigration by reducing it to less than 100,000 annually, our kids will curse us for our arrogance, stupidity and utter disregard for their futures. Without any action from us, 39 years will pass and this monster immigration equation will visit utter calamity upon our children. I can see it as clearly as I saw it in other third world countries. The future is already here in China, India, Mexico and Bangladesh. The future is already here in Detroit, LA, Miami, Houston, New York and Chicago. It will only grow worse.
And, like the Titanic, we continue steaming for the same fate at full speed. I’m appalled at the apathy of the Main Stream Media and the utter disconnect of the American people as to what they bequeath their children.
I am not optimistic about our future as a civilization as the water, energy, resource and immigration equations begin to play out with that 138 million added people within 39 years. That moment will be here in a blink.