It’s almost horrific how dumb they think you are. On a TV ad for a local Austin news channel they first show how they have gone down to the border to cover the “humanitarian” crisis of the poor desperate children who are coming into America. Then they cover the empty lakes and the huge lack of water in Texas. They call it a drought. But it isn’t a drought, it’s too many people drinking too much water. And now they are letting more in.
Think back to 1985 when America was only 200 million people. The native population did not grow. Instead we added 150 million invaders.
This is genetic genocide. The new invaders will bring the third world with them in their genes. It is their genetic destiny. Thinking that somehow going to be a parasite on a host country that that will somehow help them live a better life, well maybe the welfare and free housing will be a good deal for them. But eventually, look to Los Angeles to see what happens when you bring in millions of Hispanics. It’s a war zone. Look at the mission district of San Francisco, again one of the more dangerous and dumpy parts of the city, even with white kids flocking their for its “hipness”
So the next time they flash a news story of all the poor children that we take in because “that’s what America stands for” look again at that picture of our lakes half empty. Is it a drought? Or is it an extra 150 million people. Take a look at California which has taken in over 30 million illegal hispanic invaders, the answer is staring us in the face:
An unprecedented 82 percent of California is in an “extreme drought,” according to the latest U.S. Drought Monitor report released last week. Of that, 58 percent of the state is in an “exceptional drought” — the driest conditions possible — an increase of more than 20 percent in a single week. Record-low rainfall has sent rivers, lakes and water reservoirs to their lowest levels in decades — threatening the water supply of many cities. The unusually dry conditions have increased the risk of wildfires, which have already ravaged parts of the state — most recently an area near Yosemite National Park.
But the drought’s biggest victim could be California’s Central Valley, the source of fully half the nation’s fruits and vegetables, where panicked farmers are taking extraordinary steps to survive a drought that could drive them out of business. In Kern County, one farmer recently drilled five new wells at 2,500-feet deep apiece — twice the height of the Empire State Building — in a desperate attempt to tap into new water sources below.
“You look around, and you feel sick. It’s hard to believe we are so dry out here when other parts of the country are so damn wet,” Taylor said. “I think about what my mother and dad went through, how hard that time was… You see what’s happening to the land [now], and you can’t help but worry. How bad is this beating going to be?”
“What we’re dealing with is a multiplier effect: No crops means people can’t work. Prices for produce go up, and people can’t afford to eat,” said Cindy Pollard, president of the Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce. “People here are tough, they are problem solvers. They don’t sit around saying ‘woe is me.’ They work to rise above the obstacles, but there’s only so much you can deal with.”
Is it drought? Or is it an extra 150,000,000 illegal invaders, their six children for each family, their grand parents, all drinking the water away? Obama has a plan to grow our nation to a BILLION people like India by 2060. Does anyone have the guts to stand up to this madness?