The mechanical engineering guy who began his career as a Steve Martin impersonator, Bill Nye, is back on the overpopulation kick. This is the authoritarian who wants to imprison climate deniers.
The season finale of lab-coated performance artist Bill Nye’s new Netflix show “Bill Nye Saves the World” suggested that the government should punish people who have too many children, for the sake of the environment.
Nye and Dr. Travis Rieder had a good rapport going on the issue, they’re both fascists. What isn’t clear is who these people think they are getting to decide who has how many children. Would they like a system like China’s? They see people as a real problem for Mother Earth.
Dr. Rieder believes that children in the developed world emit too much carbon. Nye asked him, “So should we have policies that penalize people for having extra kids in the developed world?”
Rieder answered, “I do think that we should at least consider it.”
To which Nye said, “Well, ‘at least consider it’ is like ‘do it.’
Rieder jumped right on that. “One of the things that we could do that’s kind of least policy-ish is we could encourage our culture and our norms to change, right?
People in undeveloped nations can have as many children as they want because they don’t emit as much carbon.
These people are certifiable eugenicists.
During another speech on a previous occasion, Nye was asked about overpopulation and he said, the Earth has enough resources for 10, 11 billion people, “we just have to redistribute, or reconfigure, the way we use energy, water…”
That’s another great concept Karl Marx liked, the government gets to steal from producers and re-distribute to non-producers.
The Democrat Party has taken a hard-left turn into fascism. There is nothing they won’t control if given the chance.
If you’re wondering where the snowflakes on campuses are coming from, look no further than the professors. There is a column in the NY Times on free speech by a Provost at NYU named Ulrich Baer.
It’s amazing how fascist this guy is.
Here is one excerpt:
As a scholar of literature, history and politics, I am especially attuned to the next generation’s demands to revise existing definitions of free speech to accommodate previously delegitimized experiences. Freedom of expression is not an unchanging absolute. When its proponents forget that it requires the vigilant and continuing examination of its parameters, and instead invoke a pure model of free speech that has never existed, the dangers to our democracy are clear and present.
We should thank the student protestors, the activists in Black Lives Matter and other “overly sensitive” souls [with quotes around “overly sensitive,” Ulrich’s being sarcastic] for keeping watch over the soul of our republic.
Is that absurd or what?
What he is saying is the Constitution is evolving and he and his fascist academics will decide what is legitimate, what is worthy speech, and what is not.
This is fascism, totalitarianism, Stalinism. This is who is teaching in our fine colleges.
You can’t threaten people, and if you slander or libel someone, you will be sued, but other than that, free speech is not limited by leftist nitwits like Baer.