CBS political reporter Kathryn Watson
(@kathrynw5) took to ‘X’ to wonder whether it would be a “bad” thing if humans
became extinct. She
do people work so hard just to continue the human race in apocalypse movies
when the world is falling apart? Is it really all that bad if we as a species
cease to exist?
Alright, Kathryn, why don’t you put
your money where your mouth is? Lead by example and go extinct first. The rest
of us will join you. Promise.
If directly queried,
leftists/progressives typically claim not to hate humans, per se. “Gosh, no!
Perish the thought. That’s silly. What would make you say that?” they ask.
Well, let’s see: your love of
unfettered abortion and medically assisted dying, perhaps? Or maybe the fact
that you are strongly supportive of transgender procedures that render the
patient permanently sterile, wish to shut down the farms that feed people, and
think the best thing for the planet—and weather—would be for there to be far
fewer humans. Or, apparently, none.
Ms. Watson is not alone in her
beliefs. Some in academia also favor the demise of homo
If a tree falls in a forest and no one
is there to hear it, does it make a sound?
If oceans roar, brooks babble, wolves
howl, birds sing, seasons change—and climate, too-- and no human is around to perceive
it, did any of these things really happen? And does it matter?