Swamping our state with amnesty - irreversible problems with unsolvable consequences

If the current amnesty bill S744 passes in some form in the U.S. House of Representatives, our country faces no less than 100 million legal immigrants, their birth rates and chain-migrated relatives by 2050—a scant 36 years from now. This bill doubles legal immigration from one million to two million annually. (Sources: PEW Research Center, US Population Projections by Fogel/Martin, US Census Bureau)

We must water, warm, house, transport, educate, medicate and find work for 100 million more people while our environment and quality of life degrades to the same levels those immigrants fled.

Such a Human Katrina equates to doubling the populations of our 20 largest cites. That means New York City at 8.4 million doubles to 16.8 million. Denver leaps from 2.4 million to 4.8 million. Los Angeles jumps from 10 million to 20 million and on down the line.

Problem: we suffer seven states with water shortages in 2014. How can we deal with those water issues with 100 million more people? Colorado expects five million more people with that amnesty. We breathe toxic air in Denver with every breath from the Brown Cloud today. It doubles in size and toxic content with added population. How can we solve gridlocked traffic in Denver and I-70 on weekends with another five million people added to our state?

Ironically, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce works to force endless cheap labor via immigration into this country to reap more profits for restaurant, hotel, and construction chains from their 21st century slave labor force kept at minimum wage.

All the while those immigrants displace our working poor, our minorities and lower wages for our citizens.

We already suffer 10 million unemployed Americans and seven million underemployed working at minimum wage. A mind-numbering 48.1 million Americans subsist on food stamps. Millions more utilize Section 8 Housing paid for by you and me. Why? They can’t find jobs? Our cities, already overwhelmed with crime, violence and broken school systems, with dropout rates as high as 76 percent in Detroit, Michigan and currently 50 percent in Denver schools—face millions of added immigrant students with foreign languages that we cannot handle. Thus, we face ever-accelerating illiteracy rates.

“Most Western elites continue urging the wealthy West not to stem the migrant tide [that adds 80 million net gain annually to the planet], 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.” Dr. Otis Graham, Unguarded Gates

We must ask ourselves: do we want our children to inherit a country or our State of Colorado mired in the consequences of adding 100 million more immigrants?

With tragic results, the 1986 amnesty granted a free pass to 4.3 million migrants. Our presidents never enforced the laws after that. If history serves as a warning, they won’t enforce S744 either, which will bring a new flood of desperate people from around the planet. Since the world adds 80 million despairing people annually, you can expect no end to the line of refugees streaming into America. We face becoming a “refugee nation.”

From my own world travels across six continents, I witnessed overpopulation, poverty, illiteracy and human misery up close and ugly. If we continue on our current path, we face the same consequences. We need to enforce our current immigration laws and we must reduce all immigration to less than 100,000 per year—if we hope survive the 21st century as an intact civilization.