- "The problems in the world today cannot be solved
with the level of thinking that created them."
- -- Albert Einstein
- When that quote hits home, it allows you to step out
of Third World and 20th century thinking by advancing toward a paradigm
shift. Once you connect the dots, you will not be able to go back to old
thinking or ancient solutions. Why? Because they cannot work and are guaranteed
- Therefore, such terms as 'sustainable growth' and 'economic
growth' are oxymorons that bring Population Katrina ashore much faster.
If we continue on the current disastrous path, our country will reach China's
one billion by the end of this century, or within the lifetime of your
grandchildren. Have you ever asked yourself why there is no Chinese Dream
or why no one wants to emigrate to China or why millions of Chinese risk
life and limb to reach America and Canada? Why are Indians rushing to our
shores but no one is rushing to India? What about Bangladesh with 129 million
people in a landmass the size of Ohio? Would you like to move to that hellhole?
In other words, how would you like to live in California when it doubles
from 36 million to 72 million? The prevailing question will be, "Hey
buddy, do you have a drink of water you can spare me?"
- One way or the other, if we maintain this unrestricted
immigration path, we will manifest what immigrants from the Third World
flee. Would you call China, India, Japan or Bangladesh racists, xenophobic
or other names because they don't allow immigration? Why don't they? Too
many people already!
- "The modern plague of overpopulation is solvable
by means we have discovered and with resources we possess. What is lacking
is not the sufficient knowledge of the solution, but the universal consciousness
of the gravity of the problem for billions of people who are its victims."
Dr. Martin Luther King
- Think what you will of King, but he was right on the
money with this speech when he received the Human Rights Award in 1966.
- "Each person in the USA has an impact on the environment
equal to as low as 10 and as high as 33 in a Third World nation. Therefore,
the US population as 295 million is equal in many ways to a minimum of
2.9 billion people in environmental impact." National Academy of Sciences
- If you can't or won't see that impending reality, you
are like the ones looking out to sea in New Orleans and you hoped the winds
would die down or Katrina would change course. I am here to tell you that
this population storm will not change course. We must change direction
if we are to save ourselves.
- "Sustainable growth is a self-contradictory concept
beloved by those who want to continue the same old stands-growth as a solution
to all problems-very few people grasp the simple fact-demographic or economic
growth is unsustainable." Lindsey Grant, author of "TOO MANY
- "Climate change will have a devastating effect on
the availability of water in the Western United States. Even as best-case
scenario, it forecasts a virtual train wreck, with supplies falling far
short of the projected future demands for water by cities, farms and wildlife."
Andrew Bridges, Science Writer for AP
- You may argue Malthus' theme all you want, but the facts
demand your attention that we don't have enough water to keep growing in
the West. Arizona's aquifers suffer horrific drainage and it's so dry you
can't spit. California offers bottled water because tap water is unsafe
and it is fast becoming as expensive as gas. Any fool can see it coming,
but most governors refuse to look at or deal with the reality of limits.
It is Hurricane Katrina-like thinking, i.e., maybe if we ignore it-IT will
- "If we don't persuade Congress to lower immigration
to traditional levels of 175,000 per year, we'll condemn Americans to lives
of increasing sprawl, congestion and economic failure." Roy Beck,
author of "IMMIGRATION BY THE NUMBERS"
- I know and respect Roy Beck to the highest degree. I
urge every American to join www.numbersusa.com and become a weekly faxer
of prewritten letters. What can you argue about his quote? Absolutely nothing!
These people have connected the dots and we must join them for the future
of our country, our children and the world.
- "Can you think of any problem in any area of human
endeavor on any scale, from the microscopic to global, whose long-term
solution is in any demonstrable way aided, assisted, or advanced by further
increases in population, locally, nationally, or globally?" Dr. Albert
Bartlett, Professor of Physics, Colorado University
- Go ahead, name one! If you do come up with one, make
your point with reason knowing that 6.4 billion are already here and over
10 million deaths from starvation annually are already occurring. I'd welcome
your email giving me a good reason for more population growth after you've
read this two part series. In the meantime, I know Dr. Bartlett and he
is on par with Einstein in intellect.
- "The USA continues losing more than one million
acres of farmland every year to urban sprawl and erosion." Mark W.
- At what point will we not be able to feed ourselves?
Do you want to reach that point or will you pawn it off on your children?
What do you think they will think of your actions or inactions?
- "People who take issue with population stabilization
do not understand that if it is not done in a graceful way, nature will
do it in a brutal fashion." Henry Kendell
- Even if we attained zero population growth today, our
own population momentum would add 40 million people to the USA giving us
- The world already manifests itself in diseases such as
two million deaths from TB annually worldwide, one third of the world's
people do not have access to clean drinking water, species extinction tops
2,500 plants and animals in the USA every decade from human population
encroachment on wild life habitat, growing acid rain, global warming, and
the poor of America suffering more and more from legal and illegal immigration
and dozens of other consequences-what else is there to argue about immigration?
- It's past time to move toward a stable and sustainable
human population. But first, we must save our own country before we can
assist other countries. First, we must initiate a 10 year moratorium on
all immigration into our country. After that, a return to 100,000 immigrants
per year, if that number maintains a stable population. That will force
those irresponsible countries to deal with their own populations or suffer
even greater consequences. In the meantime, we need to get our house in
order so we can help the world. Please go to my website for the 28 point
action plan and pass it on to all your friends.
- In this two part series, I used the Katrina cataclysm
to make it clear to you the scale of the population tragedy we face. As
it slowly comes ashore, driven by the winds of unrestricted immigration,
it will strangle this country into Third World slums and destruction you
see in New Orleans. I've shown you how Bush's incompetence as well as that
of most national leaders including our governors, senators and congressmen
fail or won't address this immigration-population issue as it propels us
into the clutches of a crisis that will make Katrina look like a kindergarten
birthday party in comparison. If it weren't for Colorado's Congressman
Tom Tancredo who 'sees it' and who gets my vote for president in 2008,
the press and Bush obfuscate and rationalize this 'human storm' right off
the front page. But the fact is, this 'Population Katrina' is coming ashore
unless we take action and we take action yesterday.
- "The more extreme our numbers, the more extreme
our children's consequences."
- --Frosty Wooldridge, journalist and world bicycle touring
- Go to www.frostywooldridge.com and click on 'What you
can do' and click on the
- 26-point action letter to stop this nation-destroying
- © 2005 Frosty Wooldridge - All Rights Reserved