In today’s show originally broadcast on February 2 2017, TBR Radio’s Andrew Carrington Hitchcock interviews Frosty Wooldridge, to continue our series entitled, “The Environmental Effects Of Overpopulation Worldwide.”
Did you know that in 1965, the U.S. Senate passed the Immigration Reform Act, which changed annual migration into America from 175,000 annually to 1.2 and as high as 1.5 million immigrants from all over the world every year. Within 40 years, the United States blasted from 196 million people to 300 million in October of 2007. From that point in 1965, we added 104 million more problems to our civilization. We haven’t begun to solve the problems of that many people impacting our cities, our environment and our way of life. We fantasize that our civilization can avoid the results now impacting other overpopulated countries like China, Mexico, Haiti and India.
If the 1965 immigration bill continues in place, America expects to add 138 million people by 2050 while it accelerates to over 625 million by the end of the century. Ultimately, we will exceed one billion people.