Ah yes, Peter “I didn’t say we should kill all disabled people… just many of them. It’s for their own good you know” Singer.
But he’s a vegetarian, so that balances it out. /s
Seriously, people keep talking about how Singer’s arguments are “mathematically precise”, but it doesn’t matter half a god damn when that mathematical precision is based around an implicit “assume 1=2”.
Not surprisingly, this is similar to Jordaddy’s M.O.
Of course, none of these charlatans get where they are without sympathetic coverage from the corporate media. Today’s case in point about Studiously Schlubby Sam, another wealthy proponent of “effective altruism”:
It reads like if the Times had conducted an interview with Bernie Madoff after his ponzi scheme collapsed and ultimately suggested he just made some bad investments.
The NYT has spent the last year buying into and bolstering Bankman-Fried phony-baloney image as the genius philosopher front-man for a pyramid scheme industry. After all that investment they’re finding it hard to let go, despite the fact that he’s been exposed as a Ponzi schemer.