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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Bill Nye Goes Completely Nuts. Equates World's Hell Hole With America

Science-Denier Bill Nye: Is It Time To 'Penalize People For Having Extra Kids?'

John Lamparski/WireImageBill Nye
In the 13th and final episode of Bill Nye The-Not-A-Scientist-Guy's new Netflix
series, the hardcore, human-hating Leftist who chases trendy science like Bill
 Clinton chases tail, moved things in a rather dark  and some might say Nazi-ish
direction while discussing the issue of population control.
First a little context…
Thanks to the spreading of human freedom, and the ingenuity and technology
that comes with it, the population scare of the 1970s did not work out the way scientists secretly hoped and openly predicted; meaning, the boom in
 population over the last 5 decades has not resulted in widespread famine and
despair -- quite the opposite, in fact.  It should also be noted that these are the
very same scientists who predicted a new Ice Age as the result of -- try not to
laugh -- Global Cooling and the utter depletion of natural resources
like oil, ores, and even water.
Again, none of that proved true; the exact opposite occurred.

If you are a anti-human tyrant-disguised-as-a-scientist desperate to use
centralized government as a means to control the lives of others, but… all
those hoaxes your brethren invented 40 years ago blew up in their face, what
 do you do now?
Well, naturally, you come up with a brand new hoax. And in order to control our
 lives, Nye and his guests are all over the latest shiny scam of Climate Change.
 You see, Children, climate change (which is a hoax) is caused by greenhouse
gases, and you will never guess what the "main driver" of greenhouse gases is.
Are you ready for a 70s flashback?
You and me!
Yes, according to Nye's guest Travis Rieder, who holds the creepy title of a
 Bioethics Ethicist, you and I and our precious children are what Rieder calls
"individual emitters," meaning we are inconvenient to the Greater Good because
 our individual emissions of carbon contribute to global warming (which is a hoax).
But we are not all guilty of doing "a lot of emitting."
Even though they have one of the highest fertility rates in the world, the good
 people of Niger, according to Rieder, are totally awesome because they "are
 doing almost no emitting."  Yes, these amazing people emit only "0.1 metric
 tons of carbon annually," while we American pigs emit "160 times" that amount.
Oddly enough, though, what Nye and Rieder fail to tell us is that Niger is a
hellhole of humanity that ranked as the country with the world's worst 
standard of living in 2009, a standard that has only gotten worse since.
The "absolute poverty rate" in Niger was 61% and climbing in 2012.
But when his guest mentioned Niger, Nye said approvingly, "They burn some
charcoal [only] now and then."
Well, when all you own is a wooden bowl, an old blanket, and herd of bed bugs…
Anyway, things then got super-creepy…. 
Billy Nye: So, should we have policies that penalize people for having extra kids in the developed world?
Travis Rieder: I do think that we should at least consider it.
Bill Nye: Well, "at least consider it" is like "Do it."
Travis Rieder: 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?
Couple points…
2) Niger has an infant mortality rate of 71.2 deaths per 1000 live births --
 one of the highest in the world. America's infant mortality rate, which the
 left-wing Washington Post called an "embarrassment," is only 6.1 per 1000.
Life expectancy in Niger is 61 years (the same age as Tom Hanks!). Life
expectancy in America is 79 years. America's poor live like kings compared
 to the average Nigerian.
So maybe instead of penalizing developed countries, we should use all that
activist energy to help develop Niger?
But the inhuman tyrants we call environmentalists actually fight against the
 modern development of countries like Niger. Like real-life Bond villains, all
they care about is their golden calf of Gaia. While they sip lattes and burn
more carbon with their television shows than I will in ten lifetimes, they are
comforted by the fact that the people of Niger -- although miserable, dying,
 exploited, and despairing -- are living worse than animals do on American farms.  
The other truth that goes unmentioned is that developed countries like ours
 are much, much, much cleaner than human hellholes like Niger. Our water
 and air is cleaner. We use much better methods to dispose of our garbage
and sewage. We preserve, recycle, and replenish our natural resources. For
example, no one plants more trees than the private logging industry. America
 has more trees today than we did 100 years ago. Nothing produces a clean
environment better than private ownership. You take care of what is yours.
Developed countries that allow for human freedom are not the problem, they
 are the solution. People are not the problem, they are a blessing and the
 very ones who invent, create, and come up with the ideas that have, overall,
improved both living and environmental conditions throughout the world.
But science-denying monsters like Bill Nye would have us believe the opposite
 is true. Because it is not about the science. It is about the depraved power that
comes with controlling the lives of others.
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