Immigration and the Culture of Death
Hindsight is 20/20. We can see now -- at least, everyone not still blinded by the anti-human, inhuman ideology of the Culture of Death can see now -- that when people cease having babies, they create a huge and irreparable vacuum in society.
People should have anticipated a negative effect, or two, or three, to say the least, from aborting 45 million of our babies, contracepting to death tens of millions more of our babies (yes, the Pill and other forms of contraception can and do act as abortion agents, killing already conceived babies), and sterilizing ourselves by the tens of millions.
One negative effect clearly is that we do not have enough people anymore. Our fellow Catholics who are over 50 tell us that at Sunday Mass in their childhood, our churches were always filled -- that virtually every family had four children or more, and that more than a few families took up an entire pew, what with Mom and Dad and seven or eight kids sitting there.
Empty seats are a feature in every sector in the USA today, not just in our churches: the labor force, consumers, you name it. Even our playgrounds are empty, God forgive us.
So it is no wonder that people from all over the world want to enter our country and are doing so. We have created a lot of room for them. They are filling up our vacuum. Who can blame them! -- although naturally it would be nice if they would all come here legally.
Yes, of course there has always been immigration in our history, but only in the last several decades has it been in the context of our child-killing by the tens of millions and by a consequent severe drop in our "native" population growth to below replacement level.
The Culture of Death is a definite factor in the USA's immigration situation. The anti-lifers and all those influenced by them have helped create today's immigration reality. We will not hear anyone say that on the evening news, but it is true all the same.