The audio is bad, so you will have to turn it up. However, he says it in his own words:
True, Raymond, and then they vote, which is how we got to this point.
"Let me start where this whole thing began:
"You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor." (Exodus 20:16)"
Let me be clear no one is bearing false witness. It is up for debate as to what he means by his own words.
Using scripture to say shut up is not going to work. Please explain in your words what Ron Klain is trying to say. It is no big secret that many in both liberal and conservative camps believe that humans are a blight on the planet. No one here is saying that Ron Klain wants to set up FEMA camp with ovens to exterminate humans, the question is does he care if a few people die from Ebola. You are bearing false witness that people here are saying that everyone here is a Conspiracy nut. No one is. The words are his and I do not think Ron Klain has a body double. Maybe he does or he doesn't mean what we think he says, his words are there for us to examine and we can form an opinion based on his own words as to what he means.
Eugenics was quite popular and still is, it just is verboten as a subject in certain circles because of that little thing that happened in Europe back in the 30s and 40s. There are many radical environmentalist who call for depopulation. Key word radicals, did you see that word radical, that means not every environmentalist but some radical ones believe this.
Point 1 - What does Ron Klain believe when you examine the words in his video as to a few Ebola deaths? Fair question.
Point 2 - Why was a lawyer appointed to a job that should have someone who is in the medical field?
Point 3. Is that really Ron Klain in the Video?
I had said I wouldn't post in this topic again. But since it seems the discussion has shifted away from theories, and focused on actual opinions and dialogue, I figured I'd add my two cents.
Okay so I'll be answering the points:
#1. It seems to me that there is no real link between his words in the video and the few Ebola deaths. His words on the stress that a growing population can put on resources is merely a statement. He is opening the floor for dialouge on what to do. I do believe there are many options. As for the few Ebola deaths, they make no difference to the overall problem. So what does Ron Klain believe? Ron Klain most likely believes that they are separated issues.
#2. Simply put, Politics. That's it. That's how politics work. You scratch my back, I scratch yours. Im sure he scratched many backs to get to where he is today.
#3. I have no reason to believe it's not him. Then again, you never know. But I will say it's most likely him.