Ever hear of the anti-natalist movement. Prepare to be enlightened. A 27-year-old Indian man is now planning to sue his parents because they gave birth to him without his consent. And he gets along with his parents… go figure. How could they get permission when he didn’t exist yet? Just sayin’. The guy’s not kidding either.
Raphael Samuel of New Delhi is stating that children aren’t indebted to their parents and that children should ask their mothers and fathers “for an explanation as to why they gave birth to you.” Have your children ever said to you, “I didn’t ask to be born!” That’s what this is.
From Wikipedia: “Antinatalism, or anti–natalism, is a philosophical position that assigns a negative value to birth. Antinatalists argue that people should abstain from procreation because it is morally bad (some also recognize the procreation of other sentient beings as morally bad).”
“I want to tell all Indian kids that they don’t owe their parents anything,” Samuel told India’s The Print. “I love my parents, and we have a great relationship, but they had me for their joy and their pleasure.” And this is the ultimate ingratitude for his existence.
Samuel added, “My life has been amazing, but I don’t see why I should put another life through the rigamarole of school and finding a career, especially when they didn’t ask to exist.” You see, he doesn’t want to study or work.
Samuel’s belief is part of a system called “anti-natalism,” which promotes the notion that children shouldn’t be forced to be born, especially at the expense of the planet. Yes, it’s part of the green movement.
“Other Indian people must know that it is an option not to have children, and to ask your parents for an explanation as to why they gave birth to you,” he explained. He’s comparing having children with both kidnapping and slavery. He even has a Facebook page entitled “Nihilanand,” which boasts 800 followers. You can find various memes and videos advocating for allowing the human race to die out on his page.
One of Samuel’s photos is captioned: “A good parent puts the child above its wants and needs,” but “the child itself is a want of the parent.” In another, he calls parents “hypocrites” and asks, “Isn’t forcing a child into this world and then forcing it to have a career kidnapping and slavery?” Yet another says, “The only reason your children are facing problems is because you had them.”
Samuel posted a video last year entitled: “Infertile is SEXY!!” He shared another one over the weekend called: “DON’T respect your parents, unless you want to.”
The left screams about India’s overpopulation with 1.3 billion people and their huge carbon footprint. That’s what all this stems from… the leftists’ love of the earth and the hatred of humans in general.
“The problem lies in the distribution of the carbon footprint in India,” Dr. Chandra Bhushan, director of the Centre for Science and Environment, told the outlet. “For the bottom 50 percent of the population, their carbon footprint is less than half a tonne. Meanwhile, the carbon footprint for the top 10 percent is about 6 tonnes.”
“The Print featured a 2009 study that reported that a person’s “carbon legacy” for one single child can produce “20 times more greenhouse gas than a person would save by driving a high-mileage car, recycling, [and] using energy-efficient appliances and light bulbs,” and noted that not having children is the biggest way to reduce a carbon footprint on the earth.”
And finally, from The Daily Mail:
“Some anti-natalist activists in India also argue that having children is a strain on Earth’s resources and avoid procreation for environmental reasons.
“Another activist, Pratima Naik, said: ‘We don’t want to impose our beliefs on anyone, but more people need to consider why having a child in the world right now isn’t right.’
“His page, entitled Childfree India, wrote last month: ‘Should we continue to bring more children in this world and accelerate the process of environmental and social degradation?
“‘Do you think existence is pain, and not bringing a child into this world, is a guaranteed way to avoid unnecessary suffering to the child?
“‘We are a group of people who have decided not to reproduce. We are Childfree Indians!'”
This is very twisted and they walk among us.