What happened to those 24 rabbits?

Did you know that in 1859, 24 rabbits were released in Australia. Within 6 years, the population grew to 2 million.

This is a case of exponential population growth. The rabbits had ample food and no natural predators, so their population compounded and grew exponentially.

The Rabbit Proof Fence of Australia

In the early 1900s, the longest fence in the world was erected to keep wild rabbits out of farm lands on the western side of the continent. The Rabbit Proof Fence, now called the State Barrier Fence, stands as a barrier to entry against all invasive species such as kangaroos and emus, which damage crops, and wild dingoes which attack livestock.

Human population growth

Human population has grown at near exponential levels in most countries on the planet. Learn more:

Professor Al Bartlett stated that:

"The greatest shortcoming of the human race is our inability to understand the exponential function."

Professor Bartlett gave a celebrated one-hour lecture: Arithmetic, Population and Energy: Sustainability 101. It's well worth watching.

National sovereignty

All nations have the right and indeed the obligation to limit population growth. After all, no population can grow indefinitely within the constraints of a finite nation with finite natural resources.

High fertility is responsible for high population growth rates in developed nations.

In industrialized nations, mass immigration is responsible for population growth. In America, women voluntarily reached replacement level fertility by 1972. Yet mass immigration is driving America's population to double within the lifetimes of children born today.

Indeed, globalists / Democrats / Marxists are using mass immigration as a tool to dismantle America as a sovereign nation. Is this the future we want to bequeath to our children?

Abortion and population

Note that American women voluntarily reached replacement level fertility in 1972. This was a year before the Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Court decision. Thus, abortion was not a necessary component of a sane U.S. population stabilization policy. Yet the Roe V. Wade decision resulted in an intense campaign by the Catholic Church against the entire population stabilization movement. See:

Where do we go from here?

Simple: stop mass immigration.

This six minute video explains why mass immigration cannot help those in developing nations: Immigration, World Poverty and Gumballs, by NumbersUSA.com:


Thus we know that mass immigration is driving unending United States population growth, and that we cannot use mass immigration to solve problems caused by population growth in other countries.

What about developing nations?

Take a look at World Fertility - The World's Most Important Graph, which shows the incredible population growth in African nations.