- To support each American citizen, 12 acres of land must
be developed, i.e., taken out of its natural setting. It must be
paved over, planted in crops, built into suburbs, schools, colleges, fire
houses, malls, roads and everything that sustains our society. That
means the next added 100 million Americans wreak havoc on the natural world
in an ever more deadly population dance.
- If I could lead several hundred million average Americans
to China at 1.3 billion, India at 1.1 billion or Bangladesh with 129 million
people in a landmass the size of Ohio--for a week tour of THEIR population
nightmares, you'd see a massive throng of Americans demanding our borders
be closed as well as a national population policy implemented.
- As we add that next 100 million to America, it means
we reduce habitat for all other plant and animal life.
- With the United States growing by three million people
annually, that equals 36 million acres transformed from the natural world
into the unnatural. That means animal habitat diminishes by
36 million acres each year. It means they can't eat, drink, find
shelter or procreate their species. If you look at the annual road-kill,
they can't make it across our highways without being slaughtered by the
- Within the past 100 years, Americans, ever expanding
across the land--destroyed 50 percent of all wetlands in the lower 48 states.
That means water sources no longer exist for ducks, geese, beavers
and millions of other animals.
- Today, 6,330 animal species in North America teeter on
the edge of extinction. The National Academy of Sciences predicts
2,500 plants and animals go extinct every decade from habitat loss.
At some point, these extinction rates create a "cascading" effect
for all other dependent species. We all answer to an intertwined
- In the West, the prairie dog provides sustenance for
67 other creatures in the food chain. Over half of prairie dog colonies
suffered human development destruction in the past 20 years. As their
numbers plummeted, every creature depending on those rodents declined commensurately.
In Denver, where eagles and hawks once soared daily in the skies, they
no longer exist. You can see, however, a brown cloud of pollution
from horizon to horizon.
- In southern California, those majestic California condors
do not soar on heat thermals any longer, but must be kept in cages to preserve
a few dozen left alive. Most duck populations suffered from 25 to
50 percent decline in the last half century.
- As you can't see a tsunami until it hits, you're invited
to step into growing 'unseen' consequences pushed by the next added 100
- I think Chief Seattle said, "What humans do to the
web of life, they also do unto themselves."
- In a report in the Boston Globe, October 19, 2006, by
John Donnelly, "Scientists alarmed at loss of pollinators," he
reports rapidly dropping numbers of birds, bees and bats could impact humanity's
- Most plants depend on their pollen being picked up by
birds, bats and bees to be distributed so that fruits, nuts and vegetables
- In Colorado's eastern plains, in 2006, farmers imported
beekeepers with their mobile bee hives to pollinate crops. The lack
of bees in the United States created the first imports of bees since 1922.
- "In addition," Donnelly reported, "wild
pollinators from bumblebees to butterflies to nocturnal moths-have lost
much of their habitat, due to vast use of pesticides and herbicides that
kill plants and hedges in which the insects and birds live."
- Most Americans reading this column eat fruits and vegetables
from fields sprayed with poisons and soils injected with chemical fertilizers.
Is it any wonder, in a secondary arena of our dining rooms, we ingest chemicalized
foods that cause us cancers? Can you imagine what happens to the
birds, bees and bats-not to mention the insects-that die or become mutated
by man-made chemicals?
- I am troubled by Americans' total disregard for their
fellow creatures. In 1800, over one billion bison roamed the western
prairie. A billion carrier pigeons blackened the migratory sky.
When I was a kid, geese and other birds flew over our house in wave after
wave, week after week. No more! You're lucky to see a few hundred
buffalo in Yellowstone National Park. You'll never see a carrier
pigeon because Americans shot them into extinction. Grizzlies regress
into non-existence. I find it almost hilarious that Americans leap
out of their cars to see a moose, buffalo, grizzly and other great beasts,
but they won't stop their own numbers to allow such creatures enough habitats
- With our causing the extinction of 2,500 plants and animals
every 10 years, that number can only grow in the coming decades as we encroach
further on their habitat. What moral and/or ethical question does
that bring to mind? What right does a cognitive species pretend to
possess to create such a killing spree on other species that can't think
or fight for their survival? How far and how many other North American
species do we expect to vanish forever to benefit our relentless
- What might be the optimum number of extinct species that
would fall short of the "cascading effect?" At what point
would we supersede the "cascading effect" to create an avalanche
of even more extinctions of other creatures that depended on the web of
- At what point would that affect human survival as in
the case of the pollinators?
- As you can see in this series, we already create horrific
consequences in the natural world with our current 300 million Americans.
As mentioned in Part 4 about destroying our oceans, a PBS show last week
showed hundreds of thousands of tons of discarded fishing nets retrieved
by Scuba divers. The nets had been destroying reefs and marine life
because nothing in nature could deal with the nylon. It rolled around the
ocean bottom, washed by eternal tides, while it destroyed millions of marine
creatures caught in its indolent grasp.
- Fishing captains cut it loose-knowing the kind of death
their nets created for all marine life victimized by those man-made products.
How morally unconscionable and utterly reprehensible!
- Let's fast-forward to 2040 with another 100 million people
added to North America. Remember, the human race globally will have
added two billion more humans by that time. Their impact can only
multiply our impact for a devastating species extinction die-off unprecedented
in history. In fact, scientists tell us that five extinction sessions
occurred since the dawn of time. The sixth one moves forward in this
century. What's causing it? We are!
- At some point, nature resembles a house made of cards--delicate.
Humans resemble Katrina's destructive power in a Sri Lanka tsunami-type
process. How far down that rabbit hole can we afford to go and how
will it affect our children at the mid century?
- My answer: we must stabilize U.S. population by the simplest
means possible. We need a moratorium on all immigration. Immigration
makes the United States the third fastest growing nation in the world behind
China and India. If not for immigration, we maintain a stable population
with 2.03 female fertility levels in the USA. It's that simple and
that important. We must be a model and inspiration for the rest of
- If we don't take action, we shall become like the rest
of the third world.
- What you can do to change America for the better:
- To stop illegal aliens in your community, you may follow
the course of action by Mayor Louis Barletta of Hazelton, PA. He
offers a bomb proof ordinance that takes business licenses away from those
who hire illegals. He legally halts landlords from renting to illegals.
Without work and without housing, illegals cannot stay in your community.
Check out his website for instructions: www.SmallTownDefenders.com/public/node/6
- Visit D.A. King at the www.thedustininmansociety.org
to see how Georgia created the best laws to stop illegals at the state
- Please check out William Gheen at www.alipac.us.
He's a mover and shaker. He will direct you to specific actions that make
you more powerful and effective.
- To stop this invasion locally and nationally: join www.numbersusa.com
for free and you can join www.fairus.org and www.thesocialcontract.com
- Wooldridge presents a 45 minute program to colleges,
high schools, civic clubs, church groups and political clubs across America
titled: "COMING POPULATION CRISIS IN AMERICA: WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT
IT". Go to his website for further information on booking the
- To make visual impact: Additionally, we have 300
remaining Paul Revere Ride T-shirts left that feature: "Stop
Illegal Immigration" on the front and the very cool "21st
- Century Paul Revere Ride" logo on the back with
web sites. You are invited to support the PRR. Send donations
- Century Paul Revere Ride at POB 207, Louisville, CO
- www.21stCenturyPaulRevereRide.us ; www.numbersusa.com
www.carryingcapacity.org ; www.balance.org ; www.thesocialcontract.com
- www.alipac.us at 1 866 329 3999; www.theamericanresistance.com
; www.ccir.net ; www.theByteShow.com ; www.projectusa.org ; www.borderguardians.org
; www.immigrationwatchcanada.org ; www.mothersagainstillegalaliens.org
; www.unitedpatriotsofamerica.com ; www.unitedstates.fm ; www.worldfreedomtour.info
; My book: "IMMIGRATION'S UNARMED INVASION: DEADLY CONSEQUENCES"
Call: 1 888 280 7715. http://www.TiANews.com www.victimsofillegalaliens.org
- http://USABorderAlert.com/ ; http://SanDiegoBorderAlert.com/
- Frosty Wooldridge possesses a unique view of the world,
cultures and families in that he has bicycled around the globe 100,000
miles, on six continents and six times across the United States in the
past 30 years. He presents a program to colleges, conferences, high schools
and civic clubs around the country: "THE COMING POPULATION CRISIS
IN AMERICA: WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT". His published books include:
"HANDBOOK FOR TOURING BICYCLISTS" ; "STRIKE THREE! TAKE
YOUR BASE" ; "IMMIGRATION'S UNARMED INVASION: DEADLY CONSEQUENCES"
; "MOTORCYCLE ADVENTURE TO ALASKA: INTO THE WIND-A TEEN NOVEL"
; "BICYCLING AROUND THE WORLD: TIRE TRACKS FOR YOUR IMAGINATION"
; "AN EXTREME ENCOUNTER: ANTARCTICA". His next book: "TILTING
THE STATUE OF LIBERTY INTO A SWAMP". He lives in Denver,
Colorado. firstname.lastname@example.org www.frostywooldridge.com