Overcoming the Immigration Fix By James Reed
We are constantly told as part of the brainwashing, that the nation would crash and burn without immigration. Thus, if all migrants were suddenly transferred to another planet by an evil demon, then we would all die. Yet, that is counter-intuitive, since we can still make the essentials for life, and quite well in fact. Do we really need even half of the junk presently sold in shops? Indeed, Australia could be completely self-reliant if we were not addicted to the techno-consumer society, and we should have gone down this road of autarky, rather than the globalist road of national oblivion. Anyway, here is material about a US study, that shows that he US could also do well by getting out of the mass immigration madhouse, consumer society taken along for the ride:
“The United States could suspend all legal immigration to the country for the next 40 years and maintain a workforce where there are still more than two U.S. workers for every one retiree, a new study finds. The latest study by the Center for Immigration Studies’ Steven Camarota reveals that despite claims by the big business lobby, Wall St., and corporate executives that mass legal immigration is necessary to maintain a sizeable workforce, current legal immigration trends have little to no impact on the working-age population. The workforce population is generally measured by the ratio showing the number of U.S. workers per every one retiree. Camerota’s research finds that if the U.S. implemented an immigration moratorium for the next 40 years, it would hardly have an impact on the number of workers per retirees. … The ratio of U.S. workers per retiree would be little changed if lawmakers halted legal immigration for 40 years. With current legal immigration levels, the U.S. is on track to have about 2.5 workers per retiree by 2060. Should legal immigration be halted, the U.S. would have about 2.1 workers per retiree by 2060, a subtle difference in the working-age population.”
See, even the disgustingly selfish baby boomer generation will get their pensions, and all the perks these privileged people have come to expect. Don’t get me started on “my generation”; I hated them back in the 1960s and now they simply make me ill. They have made a major contribution to the destruction of Western civilisation, and are truly a “generation of sociopaths”:
My dying wish is that these people suffer along with the rest of us. They do not deserve pensions and health care, and I hope that the younger generations, when they come to power, deliver the correct punishment to these socialists. But, unfortunately, the socialist contamination has spread to all generations now, so we will just have to settle for an apocalyptic conclusion, rather than one of divine retribution. Sad.