What's Our Non-American Demographic Going To Look Like In 30 Years?

What's Our Non-American Demographic Going To Look Like In 30 Years?

What will it do to our culture, ethos, quality of life and standard of living? What will it do to improve climate change, cultural cohesion and our English language commonality?

Most Americans go about their daily lives by going to work for eight to 10 hours per day, and driving home to dinner with their families. Most Americans don't really know what's going on in Washington DC, because the mainstream media hides pertinent information that affects us now, and well into our future.

Why do we no longer trust ABC, NBC, CBS, NPR, PBS, CNN and so many of the leftist mainstream media? Answer: they misinform us or simply omit important news they don't want us to see.

For instance, last year with endless fentanyl being imported across our southern border, a whopping 107,000 Americans died of opioid overdoses. That wasn't reported until the year's end.

Last year, in excess of 2,000,000 illegal migrants crossed our borders. In 2022, already, we watched 1.5 million cross by July and expect another 1.5 million to cross by December to add up to a mind-numbing 3,000,000 added refugees invited in, against our laws, by the Biden regime. But you have no idea of the impact of THAT many people because the Biden regime and the mainstream media don't want you to know.

Here are some sobering facts as to what's really happening to our entire society.

  1. In 2022, there are in excess of 70,000,000 foreign-born people living within the USA. At least 20,000,000 live here illegally, off the radar, without paying taxes, using our welfare systems and robbing us blind - whether it is shoplifting, rapes, robberies and/or killings. We pay for 300,000 anchor babies annually.
  2. Today, one in four babies are birthed by foreign-born people living in the USA. That's going to add up to an enormous number of people by 2040. Uncontrolled large scale immigration brings incompatible cultures, poverty and decay for our society. One look at the 100,000 homeless in California should give you an idea of our future in every state.
  3. One-third of the people living in Los Angeles, one-third in San Francisco, one-third in Miami, one-third in Chicago and one-third in NYC are foreign-born. (Source: US Census Bureau)
  4. By 2042, European-Americans will become the newest minority in their own country. Latinos, Hispanics, Mexicans will become the new majority. (Source: Pew Research)
  5. Around 2040, English will not be the dominate language in America. There will be hundreds of languages spoken in enclaves around the country, especially in big cities. We face racial, cultural, religious and linguistic conflict on a massive scale.
  6. By 2050, we will see an added 100,000,000 more people added to this country by immigrants and their birth rates. We will have jumped from a population of 335 million to over 440 million. (Source: NumbersUSA; "Population Projections USA" by Fogel/Martin, Pew Research, U.S. Census Bureau.)


Have you heard or read about any of these numbers by David Muir, Norah O'Donnell, Lester Holt, Anderson Cooper, NPR, PBS, Terry Gross or Scott Simon? Of course not! Why is that? They want to or must keep you in the dark so you won't understand the ramifications of having THAT many people in America.

Please understand that this scenario is not an "if"! What's coming is a "when" reality if we don't change course by stopping all immigration.

Do you realize that we will NOT be able to secure enough water, energy and resources to support THAT many people? Just wrap your arms around trying to sustain another 100,000,000 people!

What would you do if you could ask one of those national broadcast personalities about what we face? What kind answers would you demand?

Would you ask them why they remain silent on the gravest issue facing America in the 21st century?

With climate change burning up our continent with droughts and extraordinarily high temperatures, how do you think adding another 100 million people will solve anything for future generations? How will another 100 million improve our quality of life, our gridlocked cities, our schools, our cultural cohesion, our environment, our farmland, our rivers, our national parks? Just about everything we take for granted won't be there for our kids in 2050. With another 35 million added by the end of 2029, we will be hard pressed to sustain ourselves.