Bill Nye doesn’t only want a cap & trade tax to redistribute the wealth, he wants enormously big government because it’s the government’s job to run things.
At least he’s admitting the real purpose of the energy tax – to steal our wealth and give it to someone else of the government’s choosing.
Bill Nye, the TV Science Guy, spoke to University of Albany students recently and gave them a brief lesson in Marxist dribble.
“We need, dare I say it, a tax, or should I say a fee,” Bill Nye said before a student began recording. He was referring to the energy tax.
“It’s not just to be mean, it’s to redistribute wealth,” Nye said.
Translation: it’s not only to be mean, it’s only partly to be mean, and then they’re going to steal my money.
Nye believes it will propel research and innovation in transfer of energy. He sees its punitive value in getting people to act the way he wants them to act.
“It will stimulate people investing in more energy efficient means. If you gotta pay a fee every time you make carbon monoxie and somone comes up with a more efficient car, you’ll use that car. Somebody comes up with a more efficient blender, you’ll use that blender. I mean, that’s just how it’s going to go.”
What does he care, he has enough money. It’s moronic anyway. The energy efficient cars already exist and they’re so expensive our tax money has to subsidize them. Same goes for their solar roofs and the list goes on.
He complained about limited government proponents and is under the mistaken impression that they are opposed to government all together.
“The trouble with this is, there are people now, in the U.S. government, who don’t like government,” Nye blathered.
“We have to get people who really want the government to do what it’s supposed to do, which is run things,” Nye said.
He’s a climate loon and thinks it’s an urgent need that has to be dealt with from the top down as if we had a king, oh, wait, we do.
“We need to address climate change as quickly as we can. Both with technical solutions from the bottom up and regulatory solutions, or changes, from the top down,” Nye said. “And working together, you all can become the next great generation and you can, dare I say it, change the world.”
You, me, Bill Nye and the Marxists in the U.N. will change the world with regulations. Brilliant!