To The Daily Sun,
As readers know, I have been skeptical of arguments supporting the unlimited immigration policy's promoted by many liberals and recently have discovered that not all liberals agree with these policies. Apparently this is nothing new but has been downplayed in liberal circles even though or because it conflicts with two other liberal agendas.
Now, to be honest, I would not have connected these things but only stumbled on them by accident, but the arguments made buy some liberals on the issue make good sense. The first of these is that the greater number of immigrants that come into the country the greater the demand for energy. It's only logical. So given liberals demands for more green/renewable energy they make the increasing needs keep moving the goal necessarily higher so that it's like the donkey chasing a carrot on a stick, he never gets it.
Second is the immigration effect on the environment. With the greater energy needs the pressure to build hydroelectric plants increases which will necessitate the damning of more and more wild rivers. Same pressures will create the demand for geothermal, threatening national parks. Then of course the option for nuke plants must at some point be opened. Anyway, I'm sure it's clear what these liberal, anti-immigration people are saying. If you can never catch up and build enough green energy plants it also means our dependence on fossil fuels continues indefinitely. Not what the green movement want's to hear. The alternative, major cuts in immigration to allow green energy a chance to catch up and reduce fossil fuels to be drastically reduced or eliminated is not what the open boarders movement folks want to hear.
I will be really interested to hear the feedback we get on these liberal ideas.
- Written by Edward Engler
- Category: Letters
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