Comment: I can't say for sure that Aldous was a bad man, but...

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I can't say for sure that Aldous was a bad man, but...

His cousin certainly was. He openly discussed using UN funds to reduce global population. He openly discussed that there was "life worth living" and "life not worth living" and centralized economic planners needed to make those determinations and then provide birth control and vaccines containing sterilization agents to populations who tended to produce lives "not worth living" with UN funds and through UN organizations.

Their grandfather certainly was bad as he had open documented discussions with HG Wells and Charles Darwin to use Darwin's self-admitted unscientific work as a means of social control and repression by elites via what later became known as social darwinism.

Perhaps Aldous was merely remarking on his cousin's and grandfather's positions and work. Or perhaps he was helping them envision their endgame. We don't know.