In the first half, author Frosty Wooldridge argued that America will not be sustainable if the country proceeds on its present course, adding 138 million people over the next 35 years, mainly through immigration. This equates to doubling the size of our 35 most populated cities, with New York City jumping from 8.3 million 16.6 million, Chicago from 5 million to 10 million, and Los Angeles from 11 million to 22 million. "Exponential growth cannot be sustained-- it ultimately ends in a complete collapse of civilization," he said, citing previous fallen societies such as the Maya. If the United States tries to house, feed, and educate millions of refugees and immigrants, it will end up becoming a third world country itself, he cautioned.
Most of the immigrants to the US are not prepared to function in a first world country, lack English skills, and collect food stamps or work minimum wage jobs, he remarked, "and so we're driving down the quality of life and standard of living in America." Wooldridge proposes the shutdown of all immigration, creating severe fines for anyone hiring illegal aliens, stopping welfare payments to non-citizens, and ending the "anchor baby" birthright citizenship practice, in which newborns automatically become citizens. To get further involved, he suggested the following organizations and sites: Numbers USA, CAPS, and MagnifiedView.com.
In the latter half, former Chaplain at the University of Akron Police Department, Russ Dizdar discussed satanic ritual abuse and how numerous crimes and criminals are related to secret government projects such as MK-ULTRA, and Project Monarch. Dizdar believes these abuses are associated with sophisticated underground organizations which are part of a larger movement related to the New World Order. Working with victims over the years, he discovered there are thousands of people around the globe affected by this, and some of them are trained or brainwashed to act as shooters or assassins.
Dizdar connects the New World Order with a dark, supernatural presence, and suggested their rituals are conducted to summon demons, which bring in powers and abilities. In cases of ritualized human sacrifice, torture, and bloodletting, the goal is to make the abused person suffer long enough to allow the demons to feed off of the victim's energy, he explained. Dizdar cited shooters such as James Holmes (Aurora) and Jared Lee Loughner (Tuscon), as likely having programmed sub-personalities in which they were trained or initiated to kill. Such programming can cause a split in human personality, and involve screen memories, he noted.