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Immigration Time Bomb Ticking


By Victor Thorn

A human time bomb is ready to explode across America, according to Frosty Wooldridge, who maintains that an estimated influx of 100 million more immigrants into this country would create vast hordes of marauders who will do anything to obtain food, water and other resources.

During a July 29 interview with this writer, the author of America on the Brink asked, “Name one advantage of adding 100 million more people to the United States within the span of 25 years. There isn’t any. The result will be increased gridlock, a rise in toxic air pollution, animal extinctions, water wars and a dramatically lower standard of living.”

Wooldridge cites demographic studies and U.S. Census Bureau data as the source of his immigration estimates.

One glaring example of how lives are already being negatively impacted by illegal immigration is seen in California, where, according to Wooldridge, processed sewer water is being turned into tap water. The Southwest cannot treat and deliver enough water suitable for human use. This could lead to mass rationing, skyrocketing costs and confrontations between different classes and ethnic groups, he also said.

Wooldridge describes a proliferation of Hispanic colonias, or neighborhoods, that typically have no electricity, roads, sewers or sanitation. In essence, Mexican ghettos with squalid living conditions are being transported north of the border.

He compares this state of impoverishment to India’s “population bomb” where the lack of sewer treatment facilities and clean water lead to dysentery, diarrhea outbreaks and people using rivers and streams as toilets.

The Ganges River abounds with raw sewage, which has created a dead zone of up to 20,000 square miles where no marine or animal life can survive.

Wooldridge asserts that a smaller version of this dead zone already exists on the Mississippi River. Further, he believes that unchecked development and unabated immigration into the United States is causing the extinction of 250 different animal species a year.

Of the 100 million immigrants who may flood into America within the next two decades, assuming there are no major immigration policy changes, 70 percent will possess no better than a fourth-grade education.

Wooldridge puts this matter into perspective. “One aspect of Third World countries that doesn’t allow them to succeed is illiteracy,” said Wooldridge.
“We’re going to be burdened with 70 million newcomers who can’t read or write, and have no desire to assimilate into American culture.”

They will also carry diseases such as tuberculosis, leprosy, hepatitis and head lice. Since Mexico and other Latin American countries in most instances cannot adequately feed or employ their citizens, they actively encourage an exodus into the United States.


Wooldridge predicts that our nation will hit the half-billion population mark by 2060. As a result, in the author’s view, “We’re degrading the planet so fast that it can’t recover. People like the Bilderbergers are promoting a scorched-earth policy, and at some point we will witness a mass human die-off.”

He continued, “Prior to reaching this tipping point, the consequences of our multi-cultural society will lead to increased conflicts. . . . What happens when there’s no food, water or fuel? We’re going to see anarchy and ethnic tribal fights.”

Concluding this thought, Wooldridge opined, “In the future, will the civil part of civilization survive? We’re on a collision course with ourselves once we run out of resources. This overpopulation crisis is the most important problem facing us in the 21st century.”

Our addiction to petroleum poses another problem. Wooldridge calculates that we would have to manufacture 91 million solar panels every year for 50 years to equal the amount of oil we burn in one year. We would have to construct 32,500 wind turbines every year to produce the same energy derived from oil.

When asked about the greedy elitists pushing these unsustainable programs, Wooldridge responded, “In their minds, they won’t be touched by the ensuing chaos that results from relentlessly destroying the environment. They’ll escape to their well-maintained high mountain retreats. Kings have always stayed hidden in castles while their serfs fought the wars.”

Despite this dramatic impact to our standard of living, Wooldridge also blames the mainstream media for “suppressing, ignoring, evading and avoiding the subject of population overload at all costs.”

Past over-population predictions by noted alarmist author Paul Erlich, which foresaw mass starvation and other calamities by the 1970s and 1980s, did not come true. He was ahead of his time.

Still, Wooldridge stresses that the urgency of this situation cannot be denied. “We don’t have the water, we don’t have the resources and we don’t have the food . . . the fate of our civilization hangs in the balance. . . .
If illegal immigration [open migration] isn’t stopped now, our future is one of starvation, loss of freedoms and armed guards on the streets to prevent uprisings.”

To reiterate Wooldridge’s original premise, each of us must ask: will our quality of life be bolstered by potentially adding another 100 million Third World immigrants within the span of two decades?

Victor Thorn is a hard-hitting researcher, journalist and the author of many books on 9-11 and the New World Order. These include 9-11 Evil: The Israeli Role in 9-11 and Phantom Flight 93.

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