URGENT ACTION ALERTS
CoronaVirus, SARS, Influenza
– What Pandemics Tell Us About U.S. & Global Over-Population &
– BALANCE’s Solution
In a recent move to secure his reputation, if not his State, Governor Newsom of California declared the most populace state in the Union a “CoronaVirus Free Zone”. Publicity stunt or not, this declaration mirrored the arrogant simple-mindedness of many of that state’s politicians. Simply declaring a Free Zone will not stop the flow of pandemic diseases any more than Gun Free Zones have succeeded in stopping any person intent on killing fellow humans.
California’s over-population problem is manifested in its homelessness, Potable Water, loss of Agricultural land and other Crises, resulting in large part from the 400,000 Legal Immigrants plus Illegal Aliens who settle in California each year. Seen over half a life-time, California's population has grown from 15 million to 40 million, due mainly to Mass foreign Immigration. [Read More]
“It” Will Get Much Worse, Unless
BALANCE hears some long-time U.S. Population-Stabilization Activists wearily claiming:
“It” — “The Demographic/Environmental/Deficit Trends in the USA” are Bad but can Not get much Worse and
—There is a high improbability we can make significant progress toward achieving U.S. Population Stabilization.
NO! Neither of the Above is Certainly True, Consider, last December we very narrowly avoided having a Bill S386 or Combination of Bills — S386 and Senator Durbin’s de facto Open Borders “RELIEF” Act, plus the Senate Version of H.R. 6 and H.R. 5038 — combined into one Monster Bill and on the President’s Desk, thanks to our and our ASAP! Coalition Partner, CCN’s Efforts (See CCN’s recent Articles on ASAP! and Diversity Coalition and Carrying Capacity Network). [Read More]
Support Genuine Reductionist Environmentalists — BALANCE
BALANCE is the only National Non-Profit whose Main Mission is Protection of the USA’s Environment through U.S. Population Stabilization.
The Necessary Condition for U.S. Population Stabilization is implementation of a Zero-Net Moratorium on Legal Immigration which, among National Immigration “Reform” Groups, only BALANCE and its ASAP! and Diversity Coalition Allies support. [Read More]
Surmounting Management Groups’ Failures to Stop Mass Immigration & The Newest Threat
The Two Largest National Mass Immigration Management Groups continue to create an Environment which almost guarantees that Mass Legal and Illegal Immigration continues ad infinitum.
And BALANCE and its ASAP! Coalition Allies have told them repeatedly for over a decade how they could change their policies to be effective rather than counterproductive as they are now.
But they have refused, again, with a predictable result — H.R. 5038 recently passed the House of Representatives, 255 to 165. This Bill now heads to the Senate. If enacted into law it would [Read More]
To Reduce CO2 Emissions Stop Mass Immigration
11K Scientists & Others Agree: Over-Population is a Major Cause of CO2 Emissions
Recently, 11,000 scientists and others around the world issued their joint conclusions on the causes of "Climate Change." One conclusion stands out — over-population is a major contributing factor to CO2 pollution. Thus, it is not a surprise that the two most over-populated countries in the world — India and China — account for well over 50% of world CO2 Emissions. And since allowing Mass Immigration increases population in the sending countries as well as in the receiving countries, stopping Mass Immigration is essential to reducing CO2 Emissions. [Read More]
Mass Immigration Via S.386 & "Population Refugees" — The Greatest Environmental Threat — Help Push The Solution
Consider a question asked often by pro-illegal-immigration/open-borders supporters.
What happens to the USA’s economy (and environment) if 20 million people go away?
Indeed, just what would happen? Consider these pithy points from Rocky Mountain News reporter, Tina Griego.
“Over one million of Mexico's poorest citizens now live inside and along our border from Brownsville, Texas, to San Diego, California, in what the New York Times called, 'colonias' or new neighborhoods. Trouble is, those living areas resemble Bombay and Calcutta where grinding poverty, filth, diseases, drugs, crimes, no sanitation and worse. They live without sewage, clean water, streets, roads, electricity, or any kind of sanitation.” (cf Tina Griego, “What If They Left,” Rocky Mountain News, 08/26/2019)