Numbers Don't Lie – The Coming Immigration Apocalypse

Related: The Unvarnished Truth About Illegal Immigration

Holly Deyo
May 14, 2019

700 Million People Could Move to U.S., Analysis Shows – 'Eye-Opening Numbers Highlight the Risks of an Open-Borders Scenario'

That news broke last year in a Gallup Poll and World Net Daily revisited it over the weekend. We want to further poke the pig to show you just what is at stake.

Reporting that 700 million more people want to move to the U.S. doesn't reveal just what that would do to America. Such staggering numbers are impossible to wrap our brains around so images where you can actually see the repercussions make more sense.

Most importantly, there aren't enough millionaires and billionaires Democrats could tax into oblivion to fund the necessary 'entitlements'. Read that as welfare. Additionally, AI expert Kai Fu Lee forecasts that 40% of jobs will be lost to AI and robots within 15 years.

These 700 million people aren't doctors, scientists and the gifted wanting to move here. They are the destitute and uneducated who, plainly stated, have nothing to offer. So why would we stand for this?


First, it would more than triple our population. Cities like Houston, New York, L.A., Chicago, Houston, Philly and Phoenix just think they're crowded now. Not just them, but every town, megatropolis, city, burg and village would be overrun to bursting. Eminent domain would be the order of the day.

Expect every strip of land to be transformed into steel, concrete, asphalt and glass. Apartments would replace home ownership with people stacked on top of people. What wasn't occupied by high-density housing would morph into hospitals, schools, groceries, real estate offices, home building centers. Malls would disappear as land would be too valuable. As it is, many shopping centers are going down the tubes as people transition to buying online. Churches and synagogues would continue to disappear as more people move away from Christianity and Judaism and into pagan religions, or nothing – the 'nones', as the trend indicates.

You might see a growth in mosques as a huge number of individuals wanting to move here are from Muslim countries. Even before they outnumber us, Sharia Law would have a firm grip on our land, and expect to see a re-written Constitution – IF there still is one.


With current U.S. population at 329 million, we can't even take care of our own people with over a half million homeless Americans, 40,000 of which are veterans.

Photo: In 2018, over 52,000 homeless populated Los Angeles. This is Mikey, an Air Force veteran, who lives in a wilderness area and stays close to the entrance of the Plano Trabuco Trail. His 4-legged friend, Benni, belongs to someone that walked the trail that day and he just wanted to say hello.

Some 40 million people are on food stamps as of 2018, which is certainly better than Obama managed by year 5 in office when almost 48 million needed food aid. Even as President Trump improves the economy, 2017 showed that 12.3% or over 4 million live in poverty. Do we need another 700 million people?


Think of the human impact on everything in America:

  • Schools
  • Healthcare and hospitals, doctors and nurses (especially the on-going nurse shortage)
  • Transportation and public transit, roads, freeways and bridges
  • Law enforcement, 9-11 and fire-and-rescue
  • Housing
  • Landfills and trash disposal
  • Parks and recreation and
  • Every public service


Along that line of thought, more people breathing equal more people passing. Either people must warm up to the idea of cremation or bodies will have to be stacked and packed. Maybe human composting will become 'a thing' as Washington state looks to legalize it.


Before we get to the toes-up position, people eat, people poop. Since each person produces about 1 ounce of stool for each pound of weight, a 200-pound person would off-load about 150 pounds of feces every year. Either a lot more effluent processing plants will need to be built or every American city will be San Francisco with its very own poop map.


And what makes that copious amount of effluent? Yes, we all need to eat. Maybe that's one reason scientists are creating fake meat. There certainly won't be room to graze cattle and sheep, or have hog, turkey and chicken farms. Heck we won't even have room for raised bed gardening. For years, eco-conscious people say what wasters meat-eaters are – that it takes too many resources to feed animals that end up on our dinner plates.

A farmer's life is hard. It's mentally and physically taxing, not to mention expensive to purchase the land and equipment. For a newbie, the cost of set-up is almost prohibitive. Under Obama, food growers were nearly regulated out of business. Now factor in the uncertainty of natural disasters, and it's easy to see this life is also ulcer-producing.

March and April this year saw some of the worst flooding in recent memory. Once the water subsided, it washed away precious topsoil and nutrients that farmers meticulously cultivated over the years. In worst hit areas, rich soil was replaced by toxic sewage and debris.

Literally thousands of farms have disappeared every year. In 10 years, 2007-2017, over 162,000 farms went out of business. That doesn't count all the farmers that gave up after this winter killed millions of hogs and cattle. Because NSAA figures only go through 2017, we don't know how bad it really is.

With planting impossible, many farmers said they are just done. Permanently. They're tired of fighting nature's onslaughts – from hail to drought to insects to floods and fungus infections like wheat rust and an array of others.

How would we feed hundreds of millions more mouths? Maybe we wont…

Revelation's 3
rd Seal (Rev. 6:5-6) reveals famine is coming and today, when there is GMO food, synthetic food, lab-created food, grocery store food, farmer's markets and great warehouses of food, it boggles the mind that this could happen. Yet it occurs early on in Tribulation prophecy with 6 more judgments following. We know this is coming. God has warned his people. Maybe it's not natural disaster, but too many people – or a combination.


Living in a semi-arid area, Stan and I are more water-conscious than most. We get about 12 inches of moisture every year and in El Niño, Coloradans are happy because it means more wet stuff. That's not to say we go crazy and wastefully hose down the driveway for 30 minutes or leave the faucet running when brushing teeth. When we arrived back in the States in 2001, it was a wet year. Wildflowers bloomed everywhere in fields. Shrubs, trees and plants that get no water other than from God, flourished. The day we drove by the home that was to become ours, rain pelted down in great raging sheets.

The next year was shocking when we dove headlong into the worst drought I'd lived through since moving to Colorado nearly 4 decades before. In the mountains southwest of us, Beulah residents turned on their faucets and literally nothing came out. Not even a teasing drop. People installed massive water tanks in their front yards to make it easy for water haulers to fill. The wait was long for truckers to drive up the mountain with their precious load, fill a few tanks only to make the 45 minute drive back to Pueblo County and do it again. That year many wildlife animals perished. The deer that made it through winter emerged scrawny and sickly looking. Few fawns were born and survived.

While some areas of America have been hard hit with floods, about half of the U.S. experiences some degree of water stress. So not to rebuild the wheel, this topic was covered extensively in
Prophetic Perils: End Time Events Revealed as well as what aquifers in the U.S. and globally are in trouble, which states are in the middle of Water Wars, who's wasting and hogging water, and the implications of all of the above. Politely stated, more people are going to greatly stress America's water resources.


The Alexandria Ocacio-Cortezes of America should be having a cow or two just contemplating mass migration and the toll it will take on the planet, specifically in the U.S. It would highlight the absurdity of putting every person onto AOC's Green New Deal.

American Enterprise Institute scholar Benjamin Zycher claims that for our current population to be on renewable energy would require 115.2 million acres, or 180,000 square miles of solar panels and wind turbines to meet U.S. power needs. That's 15% larger than the entire state of California. Two other salient points: much of America isn't suited for either.

Roughly half of the U.S. would need to provide the other half of the country with 'juice.' Most areas that could provide these renewables are best suited for one or the other, not both. Unfortunately, the regions of America that are most pristine, most beautiful as rated by Rough – the Appalachians, the Smokies, etc. notwithstanding – are the ones that would have to house most of the hardware – the turbines and solar panels, which would definitely 'ugly up' the landscape.


Solar panels and wind turbines come with their own set of problems. Everyone pretty much knows that turbines decimate bald eagle and other migratory bird populations killing a million every year. Construction of just one windmill requires up to 900 tons of steel. To build these metal monstrosities, large swaths of land have to be cleared of everything and situated away from all living things. History shows that 1 blade breaks off of every 100 turbines. Considering each blade weighs around 36 tons, it means sure destruction for anything it hits. They can also build up with ice in winter. When sloughed off, they can become massive 'ice knives.'

Depending on size, to keep turbines upright. it requires between 250 and 375 cubic yards of concrete. Plus, they are ugly, a blight on the land and noisy. All that metal and concrete must have eco-warriors scratching their heads.

Solar power isn't much better. They are rife with toxic waste. Barring damage, after 20 years their life expectancy is about shot, 30 years if you've bought newer models before they must be replaced or tossed, but where? Since they contain lead, copper, gallium and cadmium in an aluminum frame, they can't go in the neighborhood landfill. At current usage, most can be taken to a recycling facility. Should they catch on more fully, the U.S. will have to plan for a robust recycling infrastructure.

High population areas like California already experience rolling brown- and blackouts every year. It has long been diagnosed that our fragile national electric grid was never meant to take on the load it currently accommodates. Do you see anybody fixing it? Hardening it? Expanding it? Tripling population would likely bring it to a catastrophic end.


In this billion-bodied American nightmare, more people would be forced to live in disaster-ridden areas. Since 1980, the U.S. has suffered 246 mega-disasters where damages pegged at least $1 billion. Many exceeded that qualifying mark like Hurricanes Katrina, Harvey, Maria, Sandy, Irma, Andrew, Wilma and Michael, among others. Drought, heatwaves, wildfire, tornadoes and flooding have also racked up multi-billions. Our "bill" for these 246 events have hit $1.6 TRILLION. That doesn't count this year's two (so far) billion-dollar doozies of the Midwest flooding that started in March, and severe weather that trounced the Southeast, Northeast and Ohio Valley in February.

This map shows gives an overview of which states have been hit hardest with these 246 catastrophes that include 26 droughts, 30 floods, 9 freeze events, 106 severe storms, 42 tropical cyclones and hurricanes, 16 wildfires, and 17 winter storms. If you want to the specifics of what each state was struck with, see NOAA's Billion-Dollar Weather and Climate Disasters: Mapping.

Logistically roads couldn't handle the traffic as people flee the next catastrophe – and where would they go? Especially on barrier islands and the Florida Keys, there is a single road in and out. Often people wait to the last possible moment to vacate, hoping for the best, but under these conditions, if enough advance warning were possible, people might have to leave weeks ahead, just to find shelter, gas and food along the way, and to avoid inevitable 'parking lots' that were once highways and roads.

All these people at the mercy of natural disasters – over a billion, most who wouldn't even be Americans – would literally put insurance companies out of business and bankrupt the U.S.

Do we really want to go down this road?

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Holly Drennan Deyo is the author of four books: bestseller Dare To Prepare (6th ed.- 2018), Prudent Places USA (4th ed.), Prophetic Perils: End Time Events Revealed and Garden Gold (2017 ed.) Please visit she and her husband's website: and their FREE Preparedness site:

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