NASA scientist Dr. Kate Marvel links ‘climate change’ to ‘white supremacy’ – ‘We’ll never head off climate catastrophe without dismantling white supremacy’
Since white supremacy is as big a myth as global warming it is no surprise that someone goofy enough to believe in the one should be goofy enough to believe in the other. How does white supremacy fit in with China? Are whites supreme over the Chinese? The Chinese certainly don't think so.
But there is a real issue here. White supremacists are a Leftist boogeyman that they use to scare one-another. There are undoubtedly some people who think that whites have achieved more in some fields than have other races but where are the examples of such beliefs driving current politics? White supremacy is just not a current political issue.
Leftists of course think that Mr Trump is a white supremacist, despite him never having said anything to that effect and despite his long history of getting on well with blacks. But Leftists don't need evidence. They believe what their ragged emotions require them to believe.
Trump with Rosa Parks and Muhammad Ali
Another NASA climate scientist has revealed their charged politics and waded into racially charged linkages between “climate justice” and “racial justice.” and “white supremacy.” NASA’s Dr. Kate Marvel declared on June 1: “Climate justice and racial justice are the same thing, and we’ll never head off climate catastrophe without dismantling white supremacy.” Marvel is an Associate Research Scientist at NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York City.
In 2018, Marvel (email@example.com) replied “DAMN RIGHT” when she tweeted out a Newsweek article titled: “Science Should Be A Feminist Institution.”
According to a 2018 article at Think Progress, “Marvel said she admires what Ocasio-Cortez and the Sunrise Movement activists are doing with appeals to support a Green New Deal.” According to Marvel: “What I do admire about that is the fact they are using new language. It’s not just, ‘Look at the sad polar bear,” Marvel said. “This is not talking about climate change like it’s this isolated issue. It’s talking about it in the context of all these other things that people care about. And I think that’s absolutely the right way to look at it,” she said.