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A Depressed Reader Worries About The NUMBERS Of Immigrants—He’s Right, But There’s No Reason To Despair
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July 26, 2013, 02:38 AM
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Re: James Fulford’s Article Cantor’s KIDS Act—The “D” Stands For “Donor”

From: A Depressed Anonymous Reader [Email him]

I read James Fulford’s article with interest, since I have followed the Illegal immigration issues for more than 20 years.  Now I read an article from time to time regarding this issue. I realize that the US government is going to do what the lobbyists want, not the American people.  For all practical purposes we have no real government anymore.

Even though the Senate has passed their version of the Immigration Reform Bill, the real question is whether the House will pass a similar bill before the end of October 2013?

Fulford noted some of the issues (like birthright citizenship) that need to be addressed at the end of his article but there is one more issue that has to be addressed as well.

 America must reduce the number of immigrants, asylum seekers, and refugees from the current level of 1.1 million a year to a maximum of 100,000 a year, otherwise America will be destroyed politically, economically, and socially.

If the House bill comes to the floor for a vote, I suspect it will pass. The Senate and House bill will be modified and a final vote taken in the Senate and the House which will pass and sent to the President for signing.

Then the real problems will begin, with another 20 million illegal aliens coming here for the next Amnesty. Whites will be a minority within 20 years, and by 2075 very few whites will be in the Senate and House and there will never be a white President again.  It could happen sooner depending on how quickly the various nonwhites reproduce.

I`m retired now and I`m sitting back watching the country fall apart with each passing year and don`t care anymore because it’s too late for this country to turn itself around.

If I was a young person looking for a future, I would emigrate to another country like New Zealand, Australia, or a few others where the opportunities are better. 

James Fulford writes: While there are serious reasons for concern, there’s no reason to give up. Political movements and fortunes run both ways, and just on the House bill, there signs of massive resistance from House Republicans, and even some Democrats.

On the larger question of giving up altogether, I’ll remind people once again of a poem Steve Sailer quoted in 2007 in a piece called The Axis of Amnesty Can Be Defeated For Good:

SAY not the struggle naught availeth,
    The labour and the wounds are vain,
The enemy faints not, nor faileth,
    And as things have been, things remain; …
For while the tired waves vainly breaking
    Seem here no painful inch to gain,
Far back, through creeks and inlets making,
    Comes silent, flooding in, the main.
And not by eastern windows only,
    When daylight comes, comes in the light,
In front the sun climbs slow, how slowly,
    But westward, look, the land is bright.