Bill Nye is Looking Forward to Your Death Like Someone Else We Know
Bill Nye is the front man for evolution, “climate change,” and everything that a Leftist could love. He has considered an argument that would penalize people who have more than a necessary number of children. The scientists he interviews argue that children put pressure on the environment. The best way to alleviate that pressure is to have fewer children, if not by choice then certainly by compulsion.
During a panel discussion, Nye asked: “Should we have policies that penalize people for having extra kids in the developed world?”
Travis Rieder, a bioethicist at Johns Hopkins University, said, “I do think that we should at least consider it.”
“Well, ‘at least consider it’ is like ‘Do it,’” Nye responded. (New York Post)
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With this type of scientific knowledge, it’s not surprising that Oregon Gov. Kate Brown “plans to sign a sweeping, unprecedented bill requiring insurers to provide free abortions for their customers, including illegal immigrants.” (Washington Times) And who will pay for killing these unborn babies? “Free” means you and me with higher insurance premiums.
Think about this for a moment. A governor of a state, along with its Democrat Party majority, is compelling insurance companies to fund the killing of unborn babies!
Professor Kimberly Nicholas is the Sustainability Professor at Lund University in Sweden. Here’s an exchange that took place during an NPR interview:
Kimberly Nicholas: The single biggest impact that we found was from having a child. The reason for that is because that measure accounts for all the choices that that child would make in their life and their descendants.
NPR Host Steve Inskeep: What did you think and feel when you reached that conclusion?
Nicholas: Certainly, it’s not my place as a scientist to dictate choices for other people, but it is my place to do the analysis and report it fairly. Something really important we found is that most government recommendations weren’t really talking about what made the biggest difference, and they weren’t quantifying how big of a difference it made. (H/T: Rush Limbaugh)
Scientists no longer have a moral compass. They are statistical observers who could not make a moral assessment of the Holocaust. All they could do is count the bodies.
On the front end, Nye and his Leftist compatriots want to cut down on the number of children born through abortion and possibly governmental action while also encouraging a great die-off of older people:
“Climate change deniers, by way of example, are older. It’s generational,” Nye told the Los Angeles Times in an interview. Nye added that he shouldn’t be too hard on older citizens, however, because he is “now one of them.”
“We’re just going to have to wait for those people to ‘age out,’ as they say,” Nye said, adding that “age out” is a euphemism for dying. “But it’ll happen, I guarantee you — that’ll happen.”
Nye’s comments reminded me of something I’d read. In Mein Kampf (“My Struggle”), stressing worldview continuity with Bismarck’s Kulturkampf, Hitler underscored “the importance of winning over and then training the youth in the service ‘of a new national state.'”1 Hitler used education as a device to direct the future of the nation. He wanted a new paradigm taught:
“When an opponent declares, ‘I will not come over to your side,’” he said in a speech on November 6, 1933, “I calmly say, ‘Your child belongs to us already,… What are you? You will pass on. Your descendants, however, now stand in the new camp. In a short time they will know nothing else but this new community.’” And on May 1, 1937, he declared, “This new Reich will give its youth to no one, but will itself take youth and give to youth its own education and its own upbringing.”2
All the German schools were called on to teach the new Nazi worldview. Control was taken away from the parents and local authorities and “[e]very person in the teaching profession, from kindergarten through the universities, was compelled to join the National Socialist Teachers’ League which, by law, was held ‘responsible for the execution of the ideological and political co‑ordination of all the teachers in accordance with the National Socialist doctrine.’”3 Only the Nazi worldview was permitted. All competing worldviews were excluded.
Can anyone say, “Bill Nye the Nazi Guy”?