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Part 4: Overpopulation in 21st century America--nobody ever dies of overpopulation

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"Every year we list tuberculosis, leprosy, enteric diseases, or animal parasites as the "cause of death" of millions of people. It is well known that malnutrition is an important antecedent of death in all these categories and that malnutrition is connected with overpopulation. But overpopulation is not called the cause of death. We cannot bear the thought.

"People are dying now of respiratory diseases in Tokyo, Birmingham, and Gary, because of the "need" for more industry. The "need" for more food justifies over fertilization of the land, leading to eutrophication of the waters, and lessened fish production - which leads to more "need" for food.

"What will we say when the power shuts down some fine summer on our eastern seaboard and several thousand people die of heat prostration? Will we blame the weather? Or the power companies for not building enough generators? Or the eco-nuts for insisting on pollution controls?

"One thing is certain: we won't blame the deaths on overpopulation. No one ever dies of overpopulation. It is unthinkable."

As Hardin said, we abhor dealing with reality. In fact, in Joel Kotkin's recent book, he 'celebrates' adding 100 million people to the United States as if it amounts to a "Red Badge of Courage" in a diminishing world. He speaks on NPR with glowing reviews from Jennifer Ludden. He enjoys interviews in papers as he crosses the country to pitch his book. He leads Americans down a primrose path of more denial, stupidity and ignorance of their predicament.

Yet, they fully embrace his message. Should he strut his book in Bangladesh, that grows by six children a minute, with a population of 144 million people in a landmass the size of Iowa, they would toss tomatoes into his face. Change that! They would eat the tomatoes and throw sticks!

Reality has already manifested in very ugly ways for the people of Bangladesh. They live in pure daily human misery with no way out! They live in what Kotkin celebrates: overpopulation.

If any of us, no matter what our race, creed or color might be, refuse to engage our U.S. Congress as we have not for 30 years as to the immigration equation creating overpopulation in this country-our children will find themselves living in a terribly degraded America where the American Dream will be described by the history books as a 'fleeting fantasy' from the era of 1950 to 2010. These are several of the top organizations where you can take action to change the course of American history. Take collective action

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at http://www.numbersusa.com ; http://www.fairus.org ; http://www.capsweb.org ;

http://www.thesocialcontract.com ; http://www.populationmedia.org ;

http://www.worldpopulationbalance.org ; http://www.populationconnection.org ;

http://www.quinacrine.com ; http://www.familyplanning.org/ , http://www.skil.org ; http://www.growthbusters.com ; http://www.populationpress.org ; http://www.npg.org ; http://www.carryingcapacity.org ; http://www.balance.org and dozens of other sites accessed at www.frostywooldridge.com.

Must see DVD: "Blind Spot"

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http://www.snagfilms.com/films/title/blind_spot/

This movie illustrates America's future without oil, water and other resources to keep this civilization functioning. It's a brilliant educational movie!

www.blindspotdoc.com

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Frosty Wooldridge Bio: Frosty Wooldridge possesses a unique view of the world, cultures and families in that he has bicycled around the globe 100,000 miles, on six continents and six times across the United States in the past 30 years. His books (more...)
 

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