Climate Professor Thinks We Should ‘Cull’ the Human Population to Reach Emissions Targets

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Professor Bill McGuire is a well-known vulcanologist and climate scientist who doesn’t care much for humanity. He tweeted out a scathingly brilliant idea if you’re in the mortuary business or work as a grave digger.

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“If I am brutally honest, the only realistic way I see emissions falling as fast as they need to, to avoid catastrophic #climate breakdown, is the culling of the human population by a pandemic with a very high fatality rate.” https://t.co/hzga69EhV3

— Bill McGuire (@ProfBillMcGuire) May 11, 2024

Ooopsie. McGuire deleted the tweet a few hours later but had no regrets. The trouble is, we just don’t understand how brilliant he is.

Really? Many would beg to differ.

Even his peers were aghast at his suggestion.

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“Eco-fascism,” indeed.

Naturally, the professor’s arrogant, elitist snobbery brought out the best in the Twitterverse.

McGuire tried again to wiggle away from the implications of his tweet.

McGuire was caught in a logic trap that he can’t escape.

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I’m convinced that people like McGuire and other climate catastrophists are actually rooting for the end of the world. They dream of melting glaciers, rivers flooding across the land, oceans covering skyscrapers, and Middle America becoming a desert.

Just think of all the room they’d have then. No need to rub elbows with the riff-raff and the plebes. Just McGuire and his fellow climate alarmists sitting among the ruins congratulating themselves on being so right.

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