NewsBlaze writer, Frosty Wooldridge, the six continent world bicycle traveler was interviewed last week by Ross Kaminsky on his radio show in Denver, Colorado.
Frosty’s topic was not bicycles, but what he says is the most avoided, evaded, ignored and suppressed issue in 21st century America. America’s politicians – president Obama, democrats and some republicans – are working to add 100 million immigrants, and a total of 138 million people to the United States of America in the next 36 years, by 2050.
Frosy Wooldridge authored the book “Immigration’s Unarmed Invasion: Deadly Consequences and America on the Brink: The Next Added 100 Million Americans.” He has seen firsthand the devastation of overpopulation and environmental destruction that is already evident. He saw it as he bicycled across six continents from the Arctic to Antarctica.
The discussion points included
Adding 100 million legal immigrants, within the next 36 years What adding 100 million more people will mean How existing water and other resource shortages will get even worse What adding that many incompatible people will do to America and its mores What will happen to the American culture Increased poverty, loss of environment, loss of linguistic cohesion
Frosty says that western countries will see an estimated 50 to 100 million immigrants refugees in the next 10 years. He doesn’t believe any civilization can survive the onslaught of endless immigration. Some people think that allowing one to two million people per year to enter the US is helping world poverty, but it does almost nothing to help, because world population increases by 80 million each year, and most of those people are poor. All it will do is destroy the Unites States of America, and what about the 78 million who are not helped? What do we do for them?
Frosty encourages readers and listeners to make a difference, and join www.CapsWeb.org ; www.NumbersUSA.org ; www.Fairus.org ; www.TheSocialContract.com. He says you can empower yourself to effect change for your children.
Read immigration stories by Frosty Wooldridge.