Friday, June 13, 2008

Floods from rain and from Lethal Immigration.....


Most Americans do not understand nor do they grasp their ominous fate as to relentless, unending and massive legal and illegal immigration into their country. In reality, most Americans could care less. They remain numb to the Iraq War, a $9 trillion federal debt, home foreclosures, energy crisis and the price of gasoline.
Americans can ignore reality for quite some time, but reality will not ignore them.
The recent PEW Report projected 138 million people added to the USA in 40 years. We’ll add 100 million by 2035, a lightning bolt 27 years from now! One in five “hyphenated-Americans” will be foreign born.
Dr. Otis Graham summed it up in his book: “Unguarded Gates: A History of America’s Immigration Crisis.” He wrote, “Most Western elites continue urging the wealthy West not to stem the migrant tide, but to absorb our global brothers and sisters until their horrid ordeal has been endured and shared by all--ten billion humans packed onto an ecologically devastated planet by 2050.”
Last week, a brilliant national writer for, Mr. Donald A. Collins penned a distressing column on America’s ugly future, ”Population Reference Bureau Study Highlights Coming Immigration Flood.”
“My fellow Americans, your livelihoods, your security, your social harmony and yes, your very lives of you and your family stand in the crosshairs of the immigration issue,” Collins said. “A report just issued by the Population Reference Bureau, ‘Managing Migration: The Global Challenge’ [PDF] shows how immigration has been raised to record levels—and may soon veer completely out of control.”
Dr. Philip Martin, a professor at UC California and editor of Migration News, presents a monthly summary of this issue. His collaborating co-author is Gottfried Zurcher, director general of International Center for Migration Policy Development in Vienna, Austria, an entity supported by 30 European governments to improve migration management. ........

The report notes: "The United Nation's 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights asserts that 'everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country.' However, the right to emigrate does not give migrants a right to immigrate, and most migrants are not welcomed unconditionally into the countries to which they move."
Collins said, “This PRB study pulls no punches: it names open borders advocates, such as the Catholic Church, whose adherents are increasingly the undereducated of the developing world, and the World Bank with excess populations to serve and the impossible mantra of perpetual growth as good for both sending and receiving countries.

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As gasoline continues rising toward its inevitable $5.00 and even $6.00 a gallon by October, and California’s drought worsens with strict water rationing becoming law—Americans, FINALLY, begin to understand their limits to growth and consumption!
In the movie “Dirty Harry”, Clint Eastwood said, “A man’s got to know his limitations…did he fire six shots or only five…well punk, which is it…do you know your limitations?”
While I hammer away at the immigration crisis facing America year after year, our Congress pours more human gasoline on the fire of our consequences by adding 182,000 immigrants every 30 days, month in and month out, year in and year out. Today, those consequences grow gargantuan beyond solving.
As you read in my last column, California faces a horrific human flood of 1,600 people added daily to that state. They cannot solve anything while everything goes to hell in a hand basket!


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