Steven Hayward has had a stellar career as an author, think tank member, and now a professor in Boulder. He has done much work in the field of environmentalism, which is why I am so pleased with his endorsement for my new ebook, The War on Humans:
It used to be said of certain kinds of scientific utopians that they loved humanity, but didn’t like any actual humans. Now many scientific utopians don’t even like humanity. Wesley Smith grasps the dangerous paradox of thinkers whose first step in exalting nature is to attack human nature. In order for nature to have ‘rights,’ it has become necessary for humans to have none.
This is always the first step toward tyrannical dehumanization of real human beings. We owe much to Wesley Smith for keeping vigil against this deeply anti-human strain of modern thought, for issuing another timely warning before it is too late to avoid another self-inflicted humanitarian catastrophe.
I was interviewed recently by Radio Free Acton, the podcast of the Acton Institute. We had a pretty good discussion of the book, which I embed below.
Meanwhile, the book received the endorsement of Climate Depot! Thanks to Marc Morano!