…within the United States annually. When you add the minimum of 800,000 illegal alien migrants that walk over our borders or visa overstays, the United States absorbs 3.1 million immigrants, give or take a few thousand—annually. Another 400,000 illegal migrant women cross over to give ‘anchor baby’ births, but I won’t count them for this column. (Source: www.cis.org with Dr. Steven Camarata)
But, fellow Americans, that’s not enough! Last week, President Barack Obama announced that he will allow an additional 80,000 immigrants –mostly from Islamic countries – to resettle in the United States during fiscal year 2011. Obama said, “…is justified by humanitarian concerns or is otherwise in the national interest.”
In other words, they will all live on food stamps, welfare, assisted housing, public assistance, free breakfast and lunches for their children, free medical—all paid for by 15 million Americans that cannot secure a job to feed their own families as well as millions suffering foreclosures on their homes. What sense does that make? Total cost per year: $346 billion according to the Edwin Rubenstein Report: ( www.thesocialcontract.com ).
The following “goals” for new immigrants has been set as follows:
Africa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15,000
East Asia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19,000
Europe and Central Asia . . . . . . . . . . 2,000
Latin America/Caribbean. . . . . . . . . . . 5,500
Near East/South Asia. . . . . . . . . . . 35,500
Unallocated Reserve . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,000
But those numbers of immigrants cannot and do not ‘touch’ the ‘need’ for in-excess of 1.0 billion human beings across the globe that cannot secure a clean glass of drinking water daily. Nor can it help 2.0 billion people that subsist on less than $2.00 per day. But that measly 3.1 million we take into our country doesn’t even touch saving the 18 million humans that starve to death annually around the globe. (Source: World Health Organization, 10 million children under 12 and 8 million adults) So, why don’t we at least take on the 18 million starving humans as a ‘humanitarian’ outreach?
To further sober you as to what we face with constant, endless and massive immigration– humanity dies off at 57 million deaths annually out of 6.8 billion living humans on the planet. However, humanity, virtually all from the third world, adds 57 million births and then, another 80 million more—to equal a net gain of 80 million more starving, mal-nourished and struggling children every 365 days. The human race adds 1.0 billion people every 13 years.
To show you HOW devastating our immigration policies to our civilization, please view the following video and pass around to every American: In a five minute astoundingly simple yet brilliant demonstration, “Immigration, Poverty, and Gum balls”, Roy Beck, director of www.numbersusa.ORG, graphically illustrates the impact of immigration and overpopulation. Take five minutes to see for yourself:
Yet, Obama expects us to take another 80,000 refugees on top of the 3.1 million, plus the anchor babies and their mothers—virtually all without skills or employment in the USA—when they arrive.
A state department spokesman said, “Refugee Resettlement Watch and other organizations have expressed grave concern that Mr. Obama is allowing so many immigrants into the country while so many Americans remain out of work and living in poverty. According to the US Department of Labor, 14.8 million Americans remain unemployed. 6.1 million have been out of work for 27 weeks or over.”
He added, “This figure has been challenged by the Union of the Unemployed who provide statistics that the actual number of unemployed Americans is 31 million.”
http://newsofthenorth.net/article/Top_Stories/Regional_State_Top_Stories/Record_42_million_Americans_on_food_stamps_including_1_in_8_Wisconsinites/54597According to The Wall Street Journal, “…14.3% of the American people live in abject poverty. A total of 43.6 million Americans live below the poverty level.”
A refugee is defined by The US Department of Immigration and Naturalization as someone who has left one’s country due to persecution or a fear of persecution. This accounts for the sharp rise of Somali communities throughout the country.
The State Department spokesman said, “However, the definition of refugee is ‘fudged’ in several cases. “Refugees” who have not left their country due to persecution, according to Mr. Obama’s determination letter, can still be called “refugees” if they are from Iraq, one of the Islamic countries of the former Soviet Union, or Cuba.
Meanwhile, let me repeat: third world countries add, births over deaths, a mind-numbing 80 million fresh, starving, poor and uneducated babies to their countries every year. Result: no end of the line for refugees that race into the United States for a better life. Within 60 years, less than the lifetime of a child born today, this immigrant overload will grow the US population from 310 million to over 600 million.
By that time, our problems as to water, energy, environment, pollution, species extinction, acidified oceans, fisheries collapsing, climate destabilization, dwindling resources and lowered standard of living, and quality of life will pretty much resemble present day China, India and Mexico.
How come I am one of the few hundred people in this country that can ‘see’ this ‘monster of a thing’ coming as surely as the dawn, and the rest of the American people remain clueless along with our leaders? This immigration-population juggernaut should be the most widely debated issue in America today—but not a whisper, not even a sentence with the talking heads in DC!
Do you notice no one in the third world addresses it? That they won’t because of religion and culture? But that they don’t mind ‘exhausting’ their poor, tired and wretched into first world countries—without end?
Instead, we spend billions on TV advertisements saying that one senatorial candidate sucks and the other sucks more. But none of them talk about the transformation of the United States into another third world country—via Congress’ mass immigration policies.
God forgive us for what we do to ourselves and our children!