By Frosty Wooldridge:
Part 4 of a series…
Canada houses 36,000,000 (million) people in 2018. Because of mass immigration, they expect 41.1 million by 2050. To give you an idea of Canada’s dilemma, let’s look at the numbers. We know Canada as a “big” little country. That means it’s “big” in landmass but lacks ample arable land to grow crops. While its citizens chose 2.0 birth rates since 1970, its leaders forced massive immigration onto Canada. It faces food shortages, environmental breakdown, accelerating carbon footprint damage, species extinctions and lowered quality of life.
Europe houses 742.5 million people in 2018. It encompasses 3.9 million square miles. Not much bigger than the United States at 3.1 million square miles. The United Kingdom houses 65.6 million people in a landmass less than the size of Oregon. Oregon features 4.0 million people. Germany at 82 million holds less land than the state of New Mexico. That state holds 1.8 million. The tiny country of France holds 66 million people. While Europe faces tremendous overcrowding today, it faces mass immigration overrunning every border of all of its countries from Middle Eastern and African population overload.
Australia holds 24 million in 2018, but expects to reach 38 to 48 million by mid-century via mass immigration. Over 90 percent of Australia features desert. It lacks water and arable land, but powerful developer interests force immigration onto that desert continent as if tomorrow never arrives. Melbourne and Sydney strangle themselves with immigrants.
In contrast, the USA holds 329 million in a landmass at 3.1 million square miles, but as you saw from the immigration invasion, America expects 438 million by 2050 and 625 million at the end of this century. Watch this video to see what it looks like:
“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
As you can imagine, immigration solves nothing. It stalls the inevitable for every Western country: ultimate collapse from overloading carrying capacity of every receiving country.
In a final note as to the rest of the world adding that 3,000,000,000 new humans to the planet by 2050—it’s not JUST Africa, India and China.
Mexico in 2018 cannot feed, work or house its people. It features horrific sewage systems exhausting into the ocean. It grows from 114 million to as high as 135 million by 2050. All of South America continues from 426 million to 535 million by 2050. They cut and burn their Amazon rainforests at 1.5 acres every second.
Here’s a kicker: Bangladesh features an area less than the size of the U.S. State of Iowa, but houses 163 million people. The United Nations projects Bangladesh will reach 201 million people by 2050. (Source for population figures: United Nations Population Projections)
Can enough activists in Western countries be created out of a series like this to create a movement to stop mass immigration into Western countries? Goal: Western countries need a national discussion-debate on the future of their civilizations. It’s not going to happen by itself. That discussion-debate begins with you.
That’s why I am working to interview on “60 Minutes” or any of the networks listed below; National Public Radio; Public Television and the New York Times and other top newspapers. Contact them and give my name:60M@cbsnews.com . George Stephanopoulos at ABC. Diane Sawyer at ABC. Robert Siegel at NPR. Give my email contact: email@example.com or websites of other names listed below. Or give them speakers and writers from any Western countries that stand on the forefront of this human tsunami.
I work with top names in this arena who bring even greater knowledge and science: Dr. Jack Alpert www.skil.org ; Bill Ryerson at www.populationmedia.org ; David Paxson at www.worldpopulationbalance.org ; Joanne Wideman atwww.capsweb.org ; Roy Beck at www.NumbersUSA.org ; Dr. Diana Hull at www.TheSocialContract.com ; Eric Rimmer at www.PopulationMatters.org ; David Durham at www.CarryingCapacityNetwork.org
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