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By Frosty Wooldridge
As a math and science educator for 20 years, I discovered my classrooms enjoyed smart, average and dumb students. Ten percent smart and 90 percent average and dumb! No matter how much I tried to “raise up” the dumb students, they could not succeed. They lacked the IQs to achieve academic success. Average students plodded along. That pretty much sums up America in the 21st century.
Each week, I write well researched, highly compelling columns to create discussion and debate concerning immigration and overpopulation within the United States and the world. I also write for papers in the United Kingdom and Australia.
My main intention for writing and speaking all over the United States: educate, activate and inspire citizens toward a sustainable civilization in the 21st century.
I write about the number one cause of overpopulation within America: legal and illegal immigration. It’s not about race, creed or color—it’s about the numbers. It’s about unsustainable numbers. It’s about water shortages, energy crisis and climate destabilization.
Within my articles, I encourage ideas and resolutions. I present solutions.
I offer such incredible information as the movie “Blind Spot” www.blindspotdoc.com to help readers all over the country and world—to understand our collective quandary. That movie will change the way you think and help you to understand our ‘predicament’. Such writers as Richard Heinberg with PEAK EVERYTHING and Kunstler’s THE LONG EMERGENCY and Tainter’s WHY COMPLEX CIVILIZATIONS COLLAPSE—really bring home what we face.
But, something interesting happens on my way to work: the Sue Bray’s of the world and other high school dropouts make flippant remarks based on their emotions. “Why should I have to worry about too many people moving to Colorado…we’ve got plenty space and water.” Notice that a donkey “brays” because it doesn’t possess an intelligent thought other than its displeasure at the moment. No one said anything about limiting migration within the United States since, if we stopped all immigration, we would not suffer an overpopulation crisis. Others like Jack Droy mouth off with ‘racism’ and comparisons to men like McGarry—all with emotions rather than logic. But like all high school dropouts, they don’t have a clue about what they speak. Again, Mexico, like my ‘dumb’ students, will add 50 million additional population by 2050. They cannot sustain their 108 million today! If we allow them to migrate to the USA, we cannot sustain ourselves, and the fact is, with the Catholic Church maintaining ‘birth rate’ hegemony, the church will never allow them ‘pull themselves up’ out of poverty. They will suffer more of it at deeper levels.
I’ve already traveled across six continents to see firsthand what I speak about. I already know what’s coming to the USA as it adds 100 million people via immigration within 26 years. I state the facts: the USA enjoyed a stable population since 1970 because American women averaged 2.03 children. But immigration floods this country into an unsustainable future.
Yet, the 90 percent come back with name calling, stupid comments and total lack of comprehension—as if they understood their predicament. They do not!
Once George H.W. Bush said, “The American way of life is not negotiable.”
Mother Nature responded, “Wanna’ bet!”
Susan B. Anthony suffered name calling along with Dr. Martin Luther King, Eleanor Roosevelt, Mandela, John Muir, Barbara Jordan and a host of others. Fact is, they knew more than the 90 percent, but they continued with their quest to educate. Today, the 90 percent enjoy the fruits of those great leaders’ efforts.
The fact is, the world human population grows by 77 million annually on its way to adding three billion people by mid century—41 years from now. With 18 million humans starving to death annually already of all races, creeds and colors–at what point does the United States tell other countries to become personally responsible for their civilizations, or do we immigrate ourselves into the same consequences?
In Dr. Otis Graham’s “Unguarded Gates: A History of America’s Immigration Crisis”, he writes, “Most Western elites continue urging the wealthy West not to stem the migrant tide, but to absorb our global brothers and sisters until their horrid ordeal has been endured and shared by all–ten billion humans packed onto an ecologically devastated planet.”
Thus, what I write about has nothing to do with race, creed or color. It’s about humanity. It’s about sustainability. It’s about our civilization advancing into the 21st century rather than collapsing. Instead of holing up in the 90 percent, I invite you name slingers and other “innumerates” to grow your minds or at least your common sense. You cannot pour two gallons of water into a one gallon container. In other words, you cannot exceed carrying capacity. CU’s Dr. Albert Bartlett said, “It’s time to try again to correct the educationally credentialed but innumerate experts (innumeracy is the mathematical equivalent of illiteracy) who say that growth is inevitable.”
We quickly face the end of oil within 30 years. We face water shortages. We face climate change. We face a Pandora’s Box of ramifications brought about by hyper-population growth caused by all forms of immigration. That’s a fact. We either do something about it, or, we add 100 million people to the USA in 26 years. All our lives face degradation on multiple levels if we allow that to happen.
Instead of hurling names at visionaries like McGarry, Lamm, Bartlett, Tainter, Muir, Hull, Heinberg, Kunstler and others—learn, grow and take action.
Make a difference instead of sitting in the back of the class throwing spit-wads and beating up on the top 10 percent.
America on the Brink: The Next Added 100 Million Americans (Paperback)
by Frosty Wooldridge (Author)
“Eye-opening, incisive, brilliant !
The U.S. has the fastest growing population of any industrial nation, and one of the world’s highest consumption rates. Water, topsoil, forests, fish, petroleum… the more of us, the more pressure we exert on our environment. Many discuss our personal consumption patterns, but few dare talk about the underlying crisis of population growth. Wooldridge is one of the few courageous voices warning us about the implications of our current direction, and informing us what we can do to change course.”
- Richard Heinberg, Peak Everything
“Electrifying reading ! This is a veritable cannonade of a book.
Wooldridge targets the people and institutions, from the President on down, who refuse to look at the consequences of population growth in the modern era. His focus is on the United States, but his range is the world.
He fearlessly addresses issues that politicians fear to mention, such as the effects of mass immigration on our population future and our social systems. He engages to force population issues into our local and national political decisions.”
- Lindsey Grant, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Environment & Population.
“The environmental community may be outrageously AWOL on the important subject of population, but not Frosty Wooldridge. Read this book ! “
- Richard D. Lamm, Governor of Colorado 1975-1987
“Wooldridge’s powerful indictment of our political leaders for failing to address U.S. overpopulation should be required reading in classrooms and boardrooms. To mindlessly add 100 million more people to our nation’s population in the next 30 years will put the United States economy and social order at further risk. His challenge needs to be addressed on individual, national and international levels before it’s too late.”
– William B. Dickinson, The Biocentric Institute
America on the Brink: The Next Added 100 Million Americans –
injects a whole new dynamic facing the United States in the 21st century. While national leaders at every level ignore accelerating consequences, immigration-driven hyper-population growth will become THE single greatest issue facing America in the years ahead. In adding 100 million people by 2035, every crisis facing Americans today accelerates in harsher consequences — whether it is water shortages, climate change, energy scarcity, dwindling resources, gridlock, air pollution and a decline of quality of life.
Wooldridge compellingly states the obvious… the U.S. cannot continue unplanned population expansion indefinitely.
He offers Hobson’s Choice as a final result of mass denial. If the U.S. adds another 100 million people via immigration, it faces two doors:
– if the country picks door # 1, this civilization walks over a cliff.
– If it picks door # 2, it walks into quicksand.
Once that 100 million people manifest, no one, no matter what their race, creed or color—escapes. Americans will endure water shortages, energy problems, crowding and a much diminished standard of living. The American Dream will no longer be available.
However, Frosty offers concrete ways to change the future. In all great social change, it takes a ‘conscious shift’ that leads to a ‘critical mass shift’ and finally, a ‘tipping point’ whereby a civilization turns toward a sustainable and viable future. It’s up to each citizen and leader to make sure that ‘tipping point’ occurs.