Sunday, April 23, 2017

Raleigh and Atlanta will run into each other by 2060

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As on every Earth Day since the first one in 1970, there will be widespread calls this weekend for the government to adopt more restrictions and regulations to reduce the harm of the American people on America’s eco-systems, wildlife and natural habitats.

But the federal government continues to undermine its half-century of environmental efforts with immigration policies that are forcing a massive expansion of the sheer number of American people — from 203 million on the first Earth Day to 325 million today.

Pew Research Center projects that the United States is on pace to add another 117 million people by 2060, and 88% of it would be the result of federal immigration policies.

10 comments:

  1. If anyone thinks this is an accident or coincidence, they need to think again. This importation of "immigrants" into the continental United States by agents of .gov is part of a "plan" to change the demographics of these United States. Most will vote "democrap" all of their lives.

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    1. a "plan" to change the demographics of these United States. Most will vote "democrap" all of their lives.

      Absolutely.

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  2. The only thing wrong with this planet is there are 5.5 Billion too many people on it. Don't ask me how to solve the problem I don't have a politically correct answer. But I figure if humans don't rectify the problem Mother Nature will do it for them.

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    1. Mother Nature will do it for them.

      Indeed.

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    2. Curious as to which stone tablet you pulled 5.5 large from?

      Erlich and the green jihadis running around with their hair on fire over the planet's resources forgot about the one that is inexhaustible- human creativity.

      Kinda why farmers since the Great Depression feed more exponentially with improvements in tech (search 'Norman Borlaug').

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    3. I checked and it looks like 7.1

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    4. Think Joe means to ask bog why we should hope the number falls by 5.5, instead of by another number?

      Who could say what the ideal population is?

      Resources aren't as limited as we think, is Joe's argument. So, a larger population can be sustained.

      I'm more with bog, myself, haha. I'm pro-life, but I think we have too many people in the world. I like all the natural things that are being lost.

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  3. Wow, Atlanta is huge. Why must we import all these dang immigrants?

    We have collective ownership of the US. When we give away citizenship, we're giving away the next generation's inheritance.

    Americans should be American, or they should let us secede.

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    1. When we give away citizenship, we're giving away the next generation's inheritance.

      Americans should be American, or they should let us secede.

      Amen.

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