DDT genocide instigator William Ruckelshaus urges GOP to surrender on climate

William Ruckelshaus’ anti-science DDT ban helped lead to the deaths of tens of millions in Africa — now he wants to do the same via energy bans.

Ruckelshaus, Lee Thomas, Bill Reilly and Christine Todd Whitman write in the New York Times:

EACH of us took turns over the past 43 years running the Environmental Protection Agency. We served Republican presidents, but we have a message that transcends political affiliation: the United States must move now on substantive steps to curb climate change, at home and internationally.

Read about William Ruckelshaus crimes against humanity.

5 thoughts on “DDT genocide instigator William Ruckelshaus urges GOP to surrender on climate”

  1. Well, if anyone could control the climate, I’m sure that group could. They’ve done so much for us in the past.
    They really shouldn’t worry, the Republican leadership desparately wants to be Democrats, so they will cave.

  2. I’m going to go with the NASA skeptics instead. Better scientists, clearer heads, and not imbued with a need to save the world whether it needs it or not. Data v. authority.

  3. Oberführer Ruckleshaus ignored seven months of hearings and investigation by Judge Edmund Sweeney, who concluded that “DDT is not a carcinogenic hazard to man”, to autocratically and without supporting data declare unilaterally that DDT was a “potential human carcinogen”, banning it, which led to the eventual deaths of millions(!) of malaria victims.

  4. The first world nations pulled themselves out poverty and disease. Malaria was something you got from 3rd world places. We were very comfortable. So, now we don’t have to worry about all the vector-borne diseases and could feel guilty about our success. Besides, wasn’t this about the same time as Ehrlich’s “Population Bomb”?

  5. As soon as the entire government disconnects from the grid both at home and work, goes with “renewables” only, then, and only then, will any wide-scale changes in energy usage be considered. No fossil fuels of any kind, including gasoline for cars. Lead by example or shut up.

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