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Old 06-05-2009, 08:21 PM
 
Location: Maryland
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It's a no-brainer.

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For every column I write on hyper-population growth or mass immigration driving it in the United States, hundreds of self-appointed ‘experts’ and social liberals write counter articles to rebut my work.

The problem--they cannot repudiate raw numbers. They cannot use emotions. They cannot call on tolerance. They cannot call names such as ‘racist’ to negate reality.

The USA adds 3.1 million annually by mass immigration.

The United States accelerates along a path that cannot continue no matter what your race, creed or color. Thousands of top scientists know it and write about it, but the general public stands clueless. Others shy away from it for fear of being called names. Let me repeat Clugston’s words, “…not sustainable.” California cannot sustain its own addition of 1,700 people and 400 vehicles added to that state—daily! It cannot sustain its projected added 20 million people. It does not possess enough water today! The USA cannot continue adding 3.1 million annually, net gain, on its way to adding 100 million in 26 years.

“America is irreparably overextended—we are living hopelessly beyond our means, both ecologically and economically. The available supplies of many critical ecological resources and economic resources upon which we depend will soon be insufficient to enable our American way of life,” Clugston said.
Denver Political Issues Examiner: On American sustainability: anatomy of societal collapse (http://www.examiner.com/x-3515-Denver-Political-Issues-Examiner~y2009m6d4-On-American-sustainability-anatomy-of-societal-collapse - broken link)
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Old 06-05-2009, 08:27 PM
 
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It's a no-brainer.



Denver Political Issues Examiner: On American sustainability: anatomy of societal collapse (http://www.examiner.com/x-3515-Denver-Political-Issues-Examiner%7Ey2009m6d4-On-American-sustainability-anatomy-of-societal-collapse - broken link)
Not only is it a no brainer, it's just sad. The illegal aliens squatting in this country have no problem living in squalid, overpopulated conditions because it's what they are accustomed to. Therefore, they will never understand how unacceptably depressing it is for the majority of Americans to imagine becoming a replica of their over populated, abundantly breeding, poverty stricken, lawless homelands.
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Old 06-05-2009, 08:44 PM
 
Location: Maryland
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Not only is it a no brainer, it's just sad. The illegal aliens squatting in this country have no problem living in squalid, overpopulated conditions because it's what they are accustomed to. Therefore, they will never understand how unacceptably depressing it is for the majority of Americans to imagine becoming a replica of their over populated, abundantly breeding, poverty stricken, lawless homelands.
Bingo! Therein lies the problem. They are accustomed to living packed like sardines 20 to a house. On the other hand, we enjoy our space and tranquility. I am reminded of a psychology experiment involving rats in overcrowded spaces. Needless to say, it wasn’t a pretty picture. If this invasion is permitted to continue, we will be living like the rats in the experiment. I shudder to think.
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Old 06-05-2009, 08:48 PM
 
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Bingo! Therein lies the problem. They are accustomed to living packed like sardines 20 to a house. On the other hand, we enjoy our space and tranquility. I am reminded of a psychology experiment involving rats in overcrowded spaces. Needless to say, it wasn’t a pretty picture. If this invasion is permitted to continue, we will be living like the rats in the experiment. I shudder to think.
Sadly, you're right. If we allow another amnesty to be crammed down our throats, this invasion will continue to the point of us becoming an extension of all that is wrong with mexico and other 3rd world countries.
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Old 06-05-2009, 08:56 PM
 
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Sadly, you're right. If we allow another amnesty to be crammed down our throats, this invasion will continue to the point of us becoming an extension of all that is wrong with mexico and other 3rd world countries.
Yes, welcome to Third-World America, formerly known as the United States of America. It’s like being on a sinking ship in shark-infested waters, wearing a torn jacket, and watching the only available lifeboat float away.
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Old 06-05-2009, 08:57 PM
 
Location: Mesa, Az
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Not only is it a no brainer, it's just sad. The illegal aliens squatting in this country have no problem living in squalid, overpopulated conditions because it's what they are accustomed to. Therefore, they will never understand how unacceptably depressing it is for the majority of Americans to imagine becoming a replica of their over populated, abundantly breeding, poverty stricken, lawless homelands.
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Bingo! Therein lies the problem. They are accustomed to living packed like sardines 20 to a house. On the other hand, we enjoy our space and tranquility. I am reminded of a psychology experiment involving rats in overcrowded spaces. Needless to say, it wasn’t a pretty picture. If this invasion is permitted to continue, we will be living like the rats in the experiment. I shudder to think.
As both of you stated.

Yes: our ancestors lived like Third Worlders by today's standards-----------but, why the hell should we be subjected that same crap today, rhetorically speaking?
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Old 06-05-2009, 09:01 PM
 
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As both of you stated.

Yes: our ancestors lived like Third Worlders by today's standards-----------but, why the hell should we be subjected that same crap today, rhetorically speaking?
It’s the unfortunate consequence of rampant greed and corruption. Sadly, by the time the 'others' realize what's happening, it will be too late.
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