One legislator at a conference on immigration commented on focusing on what is practical. This is an old issue. If theory, the Wright Island Model, tells us that immigration causes genetic replacement, how is accommodating immigration practical?
Ignoring theory leads to the least practical policies. That is what immigration is. The whole thing is impractical, because the whole thing leads to the genetic replacement of the legislator, the implementors, and us.
We investigated various cases of the island model with stochastic migration. If the population is infinite, the immigrants have a fixed gene frequency and the alleles are neutral, the gene frequency on the island converges to that of the immigrants.
It sounds theoretical, but its very practical. Immigration is what is impractical for the people. That is why the country is worse off to live in for the people. There is no practical way to stop the country being worse off to live in, i.e. more 3rd world, expect to stop all immigration. The practical proposal on immigration is zero.
Information on conference is here:
Also Brenda Walker on “Sioux Falls Iowa gets Burundians.”
This is something Mike Huckabee would support. These Burundians are not at all practical for Sioux Falls Iowa. We are not absorbing them, they are absorbing us. See Table 13 for dependency on welfare. 50 percent of Mexicans in the US get welfare. That is not practical.
Is it practical to blog, call, email, fax, contribute, etc. to stop all legal immigration and amnesty? If we don’t, we go extinct. So yes, its practical. If we don’t stop it, when will it stop? It causes our genetic extinction unless its stopped.