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Robert Stark Interviews Frosty Wooldridge

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Robert Stark interviews Frosty Wooldridge on immigration. Topics include:

  • America’s population projections
  • How 100,000 legal immigrants come in to America every month.
  • The need for an immigration moratorium.
  • The looming Amnesty for current illegal immigrants.
  • Environmental consequences of mass immigration.
  • Mainstream media blackout of the population question.
  • The need to promote birth control and family planning for Third World countries.
  • The potential ethnic conflicts of the future.
  • The negative influence of the world’s major religions on the population question.
  • The responsible voices standing up for immigration reform.



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  1. Bobby
    Posted March 30, 2013 at 11:06 pm | Permalink

    I really feel for Frosty. I’ve read dozens and dozens of his articles. He knows what’s going on. He has his pulse on illegal immigration issues and all the things it will negatively impact. He knows how very many traitors there are in both the Senate and Congress, traitors to the American citizenry, that is. And yet, how depressed he must be that nothing much in the reactions of the average European-American citizens has changed over the years. It’s a lost cause, is what I’ve concluded Frosty. I’ve basically reached the same conclusion that Alex Kurtagic has, immigration struggles are a ‘”waste of time”.

  2. Demosthenes
    Posted March 26, 2013 at 8:51 pm | Permalink

    Did any one get the name of the new documentary Frosty mentioned? He mentioned it was made by a friend from the Denver area.

  3. rhondda
    Posted March 26, 2013 at 6:03 pm | Permalink

    It is interesting that he takes great pains to let us know that he is not a racist. This is strictly about the numbers and he invokes the fear of losing what one has. I did not know that numbers could make one hysterical. Good to know. I do not think sustainability will work, until there is a huge change of attitude about our place in the world. Does he really think that mobilizing the masses on the material plane is going to change the direction we are going? Oh well, let them fall into the abyss. I don’t care. Been there, done that.
    As was said a while ago, the right follows the left. Oh yes, population is a big issue. I do not deny that, but who is going to put the contraceptives in whose water? Who is going to say enough already? Certainly not the hysterical masses.

  4. Luke
    Posted March 26, 2013 at 1:45 pm | Permalink

    Can anybody here give me some background on “Frosty”, since my computer currently has no sound capability?

    ✔ Including, if you would, why he is called “Frosty”

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