Thursday, April 11, 2019

We All Lose When Conservationists Stop Being Conversationalists

Allowing environmental conservation and protectionism to be diluted by a partisan pro-immigration or pro-life stance is counter productive. 

Any issue that becomes part of a partisan banner is relegated to the ash heap of lost causes because of the fracturing of meaningful dialogue.

Population increase in America reflects a bipartisan Chamber of Commerce growth-at-all-costs mentality and is fueled by immigration.

Population levels of the USA (and the world) are dependent upon an oil based economy and, therefore, not sustainable.

NumbersUSA used to target a balanced and wide range of environmental issues relating to population growth and resources, including our propensity to build on farmland (until they shifted so far to the right that Ive lost interest in them).
Note: I’ve, also, lost interest in those environmental conservation groups that have climbed onto the pro immigration bandwagon. 

Etcetera, etcetera.

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