By Frosty Wooldridge:
As of 2016, 41.3 million foreign-born immigrants call America home. They arrived from 140 war-torn or starvation-prone countries around the world. They reached our shores from failed cultures, failed educational systems (illiteracy), failed economic systems and/or overpopulated countries around the globe.
They fled or flee countries like India, China, Somalia, Mexico, Bangladesh, Congo, Ethiopia, Honduras, El Salvador, Brazil, Argentina, Indochina and Pakistan along with another 140 countries—stemming from the fact that chaos; starvation and human misery explode off the charts.
This “refugee” immigration “solution” shared by Canada, Europe, Australia and America fails to grasp the fact that 140 countries from around the world continue adding 80 million people, net gain, annually. In other words, the line of desperate humans never ends as to lack of fresh water, food, energy and resources.
Unfortunately, none of those countries or their citizens takes responsibility for their birth rates, their economic systems or their lack of educational systems. They maintain “failed states”, which stem from “failed cultures”, which stem from “failed educational systems or mass illiteracy.” Such third world conditions become intractable and unsolvable when those countries add another 80 million to their ranks annually.
Worse, with such prolific human fecundity, those countries add 1 billion newcomers every 12 years and expect to jump the global population from 7.2 billion today to 10.1 billion by 2050—a scant 36 years from now.
Thus, they flee to America, Australia, Canada and Europe. While it may be humanitarian, endless immigration out of the third world guarantees that America expects an added 100 million immigrants within 30 years to be added to our already overcrowded, gridlocked and immigration-exhausted civilization. In the next 80 years, America expects to double from 319 million in 2014 to 625 million by 2095—driven by legal immigration.
Canada expects another 10 million. Australia expects more than 10 million. Europe faces an endless line of immigrants out of the Middle East, Asia and Africa.
* The 41.3 million immigrant population (legal and illegal) in 2016 was double the number in 1990, nearly triple the number in 1980, and quadruple that in 1970, when it stood at 9.6 million.
- The sending regions with the largest increases from 2010 to 2016 were South Asia (up 373,000, 16 percent growth); East Asia (up 365,000, 5 percent growth); the Caribbean (up 223,000, 6 percent growth), the Middle East (up 208,000, 13 percent growth); and sub-Saharan Africa (up 177,000, 13 percent growth).
- The sending countries with the largest increases 2010 to 2016 were India (up 254,000, 14 percent growth); China (up 217,000, 10 percent growth); the Dominican Republic (up 112,000, 13 percent growth); Guatemala (up 71,000, 9 percent growth); Jamaica (up 55,000, 8 percent growth); Bangladesh (up 49,000, 32 percent growth); Saudi Arabia (up 44,000, 97 percent growth); Pakistan (up 43,000, 14 percent growth); and Iraq (up 41,000, 26 percent growth).
What Americans and Western countries face within 30 years:
Millions of immigrants bring hundreds of incompatible cultures, languages, diseases, ill-equipped educational capacities and religions that fail to mesh with Western dynamics, mores and values. When we add 100 million of them by 2050 and 300 million immigrants by 2090, we displace our culture, language and mores to theirs—creating a polyglot of strangers. Not to mention civilizations in “overshoot” and totally unsustainable!
These two videos give you an idea of what your kids face. Every American parent needs to watch these two 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: in a few words, “Mind boggling!” www.NumbersUSA.org
Given enough years, America and all western countries face not only losing their identities, language and ethos, but also losing any chance for surviving the 21st century as sustainable, viable and intact civilizations.
Most Americans, Canadians, Europeans or Australians along with their elected leaders—fail to understand their predicament: a self-inflected victimization-date with destiny.
Take action by joining for free:
United Kingdom: www.populationmatters.org
Australia: www.population.org.au Sustainable Population Australia
Coming in Part 2: Quality of life, standard of living decline.
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