Frankly, if the White race becomes extinct, the rest of the world can burn, for all that I care. But the argument can be made that the least productive, lowest IQ, nonWhite majority of the human species is also the most pollutive and destructive of the Earth’s “fragile” ecosystem. Over the last twenty years, for example, while the U.S. has cut our greenhouse gas emissions by half, China has tripled theirs. Anyone who has visited a third world country knows how trashed out and dirty they are. It’s also true that bringing those third world litterers and their wretched refuse into our White nations make our countries more like the third world, too. That’s not an improvement by any measure, including environmentally.
http://www.washingtontimes.com /news/2017/mar/7/illegal-immig rants-overrun-us-national-park s
“It’s phony to say that I’m for the environment and I’m for immigration at the same time.” Wisconsin Democratic Senator Gaylord Nelson, the founder of Earth Day.
As I have long said, if Trump builds a wall, he will become the greenest President the United States ever had.
Oh, but look at who he appointed to head the EPA, I hear you ask. And oh, what about his plan to de-centrallize predator protection to state governments? Hardly the actions of a “green” President.
Well, all of that would be offset by the effects of a border wall. Yes a border wall would interfere with the migratory patterns of some species, as do highways in the Canadian Rockies. But there are measures to ameliorate the problem. On balance, a border wall would PROTECT wildlife. And since each immigrant on average quadruples his GHG emissions upon arrival in the United States (Kolankiewicz-Camarota study), he will offset anything thing his EPA appointee will do. It should also be pointed out that the “multiplier” effect of illegal, mostly poor migrants is much higher than that of legal immigrants or VISA overstays.
As is the case in Canada, mass immigration is the biggest cause of environmental damage in America. In terms of species at risk, in farm acreage loss, and in GHG emissions. In Canada, for example, since Kyoto, mass immigration has been responsible for TWICE the GHG emissions of the Alberta Tarsands project. And four times as much land.Not boreal forest, but farmland. Gotta put people somewhere…..
No wonder Green NGOs have nothing to say about it! To do so would alienate their corporate donors, donors who want cheap imported labour, more homebuyers, more mortgages, more home building, more growth. Growth did you say? The environmental orgs want growth??? Yes they do, because you see, they will call it “smart growth” and that will make it OK. And they will say that urban sprawl is caused by “bad” planning. Immigration has nothing to do with it. Actually, it has a LOT to do with it. The Kolankiewicz-Beck study of the 100 biggest cities in America showed that half of all sprawl is caused by population growth, not dumb land-use planning.
Moreover, to say that mass immigration could be rendered ecologically benign if sensible planning was in place is intellectually dishonest. Land-use planning is largely in the hands of local government, and local government councils are controlled by you know who. Developers York University Professor Robert MacDermid—in his study of how donation money affected voting behaviour in a dozen GTA councils—showed that even the smallest donations had an impact on voting behaviour. There is no reason why that that is not the case with other town councils across Canada.
Would it make a difference if their membership knew that they were on the corporate take? Not a bit. As a spokesman for the Dogwood Institute confessed, he would accept bags of money from Martians if he could.
We are going to see a lot more walls, fences and barriers in the coming years. Not just here but everywhere. And not just between countries but regions within countries. Germany has a fence to protect wildlife, and the Indian government built a $1.2 billion fence to keep Bangladeshi migrants from trampling over their northern wilderness. (see Footnote). Good on all of them. Just as theatres, restaurants, motels and hockey arenas have a carrying capacity, nations and regions have a carrying capacity too. Even British Columbia’s Provincial parks have a carrying capacity. That is why both the West Coast Trail and Bowron Lakes were at one time shut down. Voters have a moral right to see that we don’t exceed carrying capacity—in parks, cities, regions and the nation as a whole. And mark my words, one day they will assert that right. When they do, the CBC will call it a populist movement of the “far right”. What crap.
As an environmentalist, I have but one prescription.
Build a wall! A great big beautiful, long wall! Compared to the ecological cost of not building a wall, and the $300 billion annual net fiscal burden imposed by immigrants, such a wall would be Trump change.
Footnote: When I told a German friend that the Sierra Club claimed that walls, barriers and fences harm wildlife, he replied:
“This argument is bull and it can be very easily refuted by pointing at
the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ German_Green_Belt which is today one
of the most biodiverse regions in Germany just because this area was
fenced off and relatively inaccessible to human trespassing.Tim Murray
British Columbia, Canada
March 7, 2017