“At what point do we come to terms with the mathematical fact that we cannot continue importing 182,000 jobless immigrants into this country every 30 days?”
By Frosty Wooldridge
Every 30 days, our U.S. Congress imports 182,000 immigrants into the United States. About 100,000 arrive legally and from 82,000 to 100,000 arrive illegally each month. They flood our cities at a rate of 2.2 to 2.4 million annually. Several other sources show greater numbers from visa overstays, chain migration and anchor babies that never make the population charts.
While the U.S. maintains a stable population via balanced births and deaths of its own citizens, these immigrants make America the third fastest growing nation in the world behind China and India.
Jim Motavalli, editor of “The Environmental Magazine” May/June 2008 wrote, “Destination America: Immigration, The Environment and Big Population Numbers” stated that the United States via immigration races toward 1 billion people in 90 years.
Most immigrants arrive from third world countries without the ability to speak English, without job skills and without an education. All of them arrive without jobs.
The ones that arrive illegally cost American taxpayers, according to the National Research Center’s economist and financial analyst Edwin Rubenstein, $346 billion annually, year in and year out. (Source: www.thesocialcontract.com)
The 1.2 million immigrants that arrive legally enjoy taxpayer support for resettlement welfare that I couldn’t find any numbers showing those costs, but I suspect it’s into the billions of dollars of your money.
One aspect of this massive human armada remains true: every immigrant that arrives displaces an American citizen from a job or costs an American taxpayer a lot of money. Every immigrant that arrives brings children that require ESL and special services like breakfasts, lunches and tutors. Millions arrive from incompatible cultures that create havoc in local communities as to religious rituals–practices such as female genital mutilation, animal sacrifices, rooster fighting, dog fighting and gang wars such as you saw in Chicago with nine killed and 36 shootings last week.
What makes this invasion more ironic against the citizens of our own society?
We import enormous numbers of immigrants annually in light of the fact that we suffer 14 million unemployed Americans. Over 1.5 million Americans walk our streets homeless and jobless. In excess of 13 million American children live below the poverty line. A gigantic 47 million Americans cannot afford health insurance. As reported by NBC’s Brian Williams, 1.2 million American kids do not graduate from high school annually.
While immigrant numbers pile up on our shores like a human avalanche, our national debt exceeds $9 trillion. Our consumer debt grows at $2 trillion while the average credit card debt runs at $9,240.00. Our taxes swirl the toilet drain at $3 billion a week in Iraq and Afghanistan. We pay $400 million daily on the national debt. Analysts tell us immigrants send $80 billion back to their countries annually in cash transfers. All the while, illegal aliens do not pay $401 billion in IRS taxes annually as they work off the books.
All the while, illegal migrants avalanche into our hospitals with their medical needs, anchor babies and health care—paid by U.S. taxpayers! Because the escaped health screening at the border, they carry pernicious diseases from the third world like tuberculosis, leprosy, Chagas disease, hepatitis, tapeworms, head lice and dozens of other maladies that infect our citizens.
What reasons does Congress present to the American people for this “Human Katrina?” Where will we escape in our own country after another 20, 40, 50 or 100 million of them arrive in our nation as projected by the latest PEW report? Why do our U.S. Senators stand by while watching this accelerating nightmare of 182,000 immigrants added to our country ever 30 days?
Is there a single American that demands this massive population overload? Do you see anyone marching in America’s streets advocating we pile ourselves higher and deeper in human beings? Is there a strategic plan to handle the next added 100 million with our current water shortages, environmental problems, price of gas and horrific crowding in our cities and along our Interstates?
In a small town in the United States, the mayor said, “It’s not if we’re going to grow, but how!”
To that, Dr. Albert Bartlett of Colorado University replied, “Regional and local civic groups are promoting economic development, which is the politically correct name for growth. Predictably, this will produce more homeless people, more employed people, more unemployed people, higher average salaries, more people living below the poverty line, more traffic congestion, higher parking fees, more school crowding, more crime, more unhappy neighborhoods, more expensive government, more tax revenue, higher taxes, more fiscal problems for state and local governments, more tax limitation measures, more air and water pollution, more water shortages, higher utility costs, less democracy, more crowded highways, more unmanageable costs maintaining public infrastructure, higher food costs and more destruction of the environment.”
Bartlett called credentialed growth experts “innumerates,” which means the mathematical equivalent of illiteracy. Anyone that promotes unending growth fails to understand the basic understanding that after maturity growth becomes either obesity or cancer. That definition makes President Bush and all 535 congressional members, save Tom Tancredo of Colorado, Brian Bilbray of California and Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama, a bunch of flaming illiterates.
At what point do we come to terms with the mathematical fact that we cannot continue importing 182,000 jobless immigrants into this country every 30 days?
It’s up to you to drive this issue to the front burner of our ‘illiterate innumerates’ Senators Obama, Clinton and McCain.
By the way, all three of them voted last year to double legal immigration and give amnesty to all 20 to 30 million illegal aliens while they supported 400,000 annual anchor babies and unending chain migration. Can another word top ‘innumerate’ for just how crazy these candidates prove themselves?
Final note: I am looking for thinkers, writers and advocates to add to my monthly “Master Mind Think Tank.” In reality, our politicians foment the problems that they campaign to solve. They never solve them; thus we spiral into deeper national chaos. I need new ideas and new creative thinkers to help me bring our most pressing issues onto the front burner: overpopulation in America caused by ceaseless legal and illegal immigration. As you know, the recent PEW report shows immigration adding 100 million people to our country in 30 years. We need to stop it and we need to stop it now. Join me in saving our civilization. [email protected]
Listen to Frosty Wooldridge on Tuesdays and Thursdays as he interviews top national leaders on his radio show “Connecting the Dots” at RepublicBroadcasting.org at 6:00 PM Mountain Time. Adjust tuning in to your time zone.
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