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How did Bill Nye become the corporate propaganda guy? Former TV star now pushes eugenics, GMOs, corporate quack science

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(NaturalNews) All of his goofy antics aside, Bill Nye "the science guy" is anything but a genuine educational icon these days. A few meetings with Monsanto and the rest of the corporate cabal later, and Nye seems to have suddenly regressed into a propaganda mouthpiece for the powers that be, aggressively pushing the man-made climate change myth, eugenics, depopulation, genetically-modified organisms (GMOs), and more.

In lockstep with Agenda 21 and the "sustainability" agenda, Nye has a whole lot of ideas about how we can all "change the world" together. And almost everything he's now proposing requires granting even more power to the "government" (which is really just a front for corporate fascism) to impose global carbon taxes (a.k.a. forced redistribution of wealth) and various other depopulation and power accumulation agendas.

During a recent speech believed to have taken place at the National Science Teachers Conference in Chicago, Nye sneered at the idea that government needs to be reigned in and stopped from tyrannizing people with endless illegal wars, central banking scams, and undue regulations. To the contrary, Nye believes we need more government intervention telling us all how to live our lives, down to the smallest minutiae.

"We have to get people who really want the government to do what it's supposed to do, which is run things," contended Nye, to mixed reactions and applause. "We need a carbon tax to redistribute wealth ... we need government to run things ... everyone else should shut up," he added.

A short video clip of Nye's speech is available here:

Empowering girls, women will depopulate the earth better than wars and Ebola, says Bill Nye

In a separate panel interview with "Talks at Google" hawking his new book, which as we recently reported contains a revised chapter that reverses Nye's position on GMOs -- he now believes, after speaking to Monsanto "scientists," that GMOs are awesome and necessary to feed the world -- Nye revealed his even darker feelings about why today's world is on a crash-course toward destruction.

There are simply too many people on the planet, believes Nye, and many of these people need to go in order to create the type of utopian paradise envisioned by folks like Adolph Hitler and Margaret Sanger. In order to achieve this, Nye basically suggests killing people off, except not using methods of old like war and disease.

"We need to reduce the human population," stated Nye to nervous chuckling from the audience. "We do ... war is completely ineffective, (and) Ebola will not do it. The scale of the problem is huge."

At around the 52:00 mark in the following video, Nye explains how empowering women and girls at the expense of men -- in essence, radical feminism -- will, over the next 150 years, reduce the world's population to "desirable" levels:

"If you raise the standard of living of women and girls, over the next century and a half, the human population will stabilize and go down," maintains Nye. "And the way to do that is to educate women and girls. This is a really huge problem. Let's get going people; we can change the world!"

Bill Nye has clearly gone off the deep end, and something tells us that money, power, and influence -- the trifecta of evil -- may be responsible. Nye has clearly degenerated into a lying, manipulating mouthpiece for the globalist agenda who can no longer be trusted.







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