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US Overpopulation and Immigration Conference
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I got this synopsis of events from a fellow concerned citizen;

Report on October overpopulation and immigration meetings in Washington, DC
By Frosty Wooldridge

Federation for American Immigration Reform meeting in Washington DC, October 1, 2011

The latest meeting in Washington DC by the Federation for American Immigration Reform celebrated several victories in the race to change America's destructive immigration practices. Congressman Lou Barletta presented "The balance between state and federal enforcement of immigration laws." Attorney Kris Kobach has authored several outstanding laws in Arizona, Alabama and other states that are holding up to mandates demanded by federal courts. States' rights are beginning to re-establish themselves in states like Alabama, Arizona, South Carolina and Missouri. Julie Kirchner explained how federal E-Verify will affect state's rights. Additionally, E-Verify, a bill that forces all employers to validate the eligibility of their workers moved closer to passage in Congress.


Writer's Workshop Conference by The Social Contract, October 2, 2011

Many outstanding speakers brought new information to a large audience at the Writer's Workshop for 2011. Each speaker gave ideas for reaching the public. Economist Edwin Rubenstein and researcher Dr. Steven Camarata spoke about the need for zero net migration in order to maintain fiscal sanity within America's economic system. Susan Payne, an articulate Maryland activist, created a great deal of excitement with her methods for backing open borders and illegal alien advocates into a corner with sheer logic and facts. Scooter Schaefer provided new methods for reaching younger activists on Facebook and Twitter. Perhaps the most sobering speaker, William J. Federer, gave a presentation of the onslaught of Islam into the Western world. He said, "Moderate Muslims want to bring Islam to a country later, and radical Islamists want to force it now. Either way, their prime directive is the same: Islam will rule the world."


Bill Ryerson's Population Media Strategy Meeting, October 3, 2011

Outstanding speakers gave their renditions on America's overpopulation predicament. Dr. Camilo Mora brought a sobering Poweroint to diminishing species and habitat. Young people gave their perspective on how to reach other youth via social networking on the Internet. Dave Gardner gave a presentation on his latest movie on overpopulation "Hooked on Growth" www.GrowthBusters.com ].

Robert Hardaway presented a particularly excellent understanding of the immigration/overpopulation dilemma facing America. Ed Barry gave a raft of outlooks within the attendees of the meeting. Kelvin Thomson of Australia gave an excellent understanding of what Australia faces as well as the USA. The immigration crisis carries itself into every nook and cranny of the Western world. After the program, a premiere screening of "Mother: Caring for 7 Billion" gave a sobering understanding of what humanity faces in the 21st century www.MotherTheFilm.com .

Population Media Center: www.PopulationMedia.org
Population Institute: www.PopulationInstitute.org

Progressive for Immigration Reform, October 4, 2011
Leah Durant, Director

Panel speakers such as Ben Zuckerman presented sobering understandings of Sierra Club's sellout on the human overpopulation equation [see www.SUSPS.org ] He zeroed in on the dilemmas forced upon the natural world by population pressures. Environmental attorney Leslie Blackner talked about NEPA's responsibility to connect the dots on population, environment and immigration. Frank Morris discussed the jobs programs for America's poor. Australian Kelvin Thomson, member of the federal parliament gave a presentation on the link between population growth and government unpopularity.



Fred's notes:

Many other speakers presented at the conference, including D.A. King of The Dustin Inman Society in Georgia, who spoke on significant immigration reform legislation which he wrote. www.TheDustininmanSociety.org .

Jack Alpert did a presentation on The Earth's Sustainable Population. www.skil.org

Several Colorado folks presented at the conferences, including:

Colorado State Senator Kent Lambert presented at the FAIR Advisory Board meeting.

Dave Gardner, Colorado Springs is devoting years of his life to producing the documentary "Hooked on Growth". It will be released later this month. www.GrowthBusters.com

Robert Hardaway, Professor at the Sturm College of Law, University of Denver, presented.

I would recommend that you seriously consider attending next year's conferences.
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