FAIR Will be At Earth Day Texas

Representatives of FAIR will be at Earth Day Texas this week to inform Texans about the impact that mass immigration has had, and will have on the environment there, and across the U.S.

Mass immigration has been responsible for much of U.S. population growth since the original Earth Day, and reconciling the demands to responsibly steward our natural resources with our immigration policy is one of FAIR’s guiding principles. Whether it is energy use, water consumption, urban sprawl, or pollution, out of control immigration harms the natural systems that the United States depends on for our shared prosperity.

FAIR has been consistent in pointing out that immigration policy is also environmental policy, because the impacts of continued population growth in the U.S. extend beyond the obvious fiscal and social costs imposed on all Americans.

FAIR’s participation in Earth Day Texas is just a part of our continued efforts to educate the public about all of the costs of immigration, including the costs to the environment, and we invite all FAIR members who will be in the Dallas area this week to stop by and visit our booth.

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  1. avatar

    The American Foreign/Corporates Have Turned Earth Day Depopulation Aspirations for America

    Into environmental terrorism wishes with “Agenda 21 Conspiracy Theory Hogwash” making it look evil [i.e., Racist].

    Google Earth Day Depopulation and the foreign corporates will indirectly allege recycling will easily allow billions more on planet earth. LOL, one trip on a commercial jet= 1 year of recycling. What a joke. The open border pundits are gifted at one thing, lying.

    Wear an Earth Day tee shirt and infuriate the foreign corporates…they hate depopulation. This hatred of Earth Day American depopulation includes both Democrats and Republicans BTW.

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    Was the Sierra Club shedding their crocodile tears today? Every gain we make in energy efficiency is negated by an increasing population fueled by immigration. Since the BP oil disaster 5 years ago, [which is far from cleaned up], the average depth of new wells in the Gulf of Mexico has increased by 40%, meaning any new spills could be much harder to contain.

    But suggest that we slow immigration to slow population growth and Sierra will go into overdrive to declare you a bigot. Just like the Pope lectures us to take in the poor his birth control policies have produced. Fakers and liars, all of them.