February 6, 2019
The Western export of the notion of consent is having remarkable consequences in India.
A man in India is blaming his parents for giving birth to him ‘without his consent’.
Raphael Samuel, 27, has compared having children to ‘kidnapping and slavery’ and said his parents created him for ‘their joy and their pleasure’.
The self-titled ‘anti-natalist’ believes procreation is a ‘supreme act of evil’ and that life which has not given its consent to live should not be brought into the world.
‘My life has been amazing, but I don’t see why I should put another life through the rigmarole of school and finding a career, especially when they didn’t ask to exist.’
On the one hand, he’s functionally retarded in an evolutionary sense, but on the other hand, Indians not reproducing is objectively a good thing. So should I attack him and his view or turn this into a shill piece for the Indian anti-procreation movement?
Raphael, from Mumbai, runs the Facebook page Nihilanand, which is liked by hundreds of social media users.
The anti-natalist movement has emerged in India as younger people attempt to resist societal pressure on them to have children.
In numerous images he asks his followers to consider why they are alive, writing: ‘Your parents had you instead of a toy or a dog.
‘You owe them nothing. You are their entertainment.’
In another picture he states: ‘The only reason your children are facing problems is because you had them’.
While in a third he asks: ‘Isn’t forcing a child into this world and then forcing it to have a career kidnapping and slavery?’.
He is joined in his beliefs by Pratima Naik, 26, from Bengaluru, who is at the forefront of the anti-natalist movement and also committed to never having children.
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!’
Okay. This explains why there are so many transgenders in India. They’re strugglophobic faggots.
You see, when Jordan Peterson tells you “life is pain” he’s not entirely wrong, you know? He’s wrong in the context of what he’s suggesting and in the context of what he’s trying to do, which is to imbue you with passivity and turn you into a masochistic frog-voiced walking lobster, but pain is a very real and very critical part of life.
This doesn’t mean that life is something horrible you have to endure in a “carry your cross” kind of way, but it does mean that you should achieve and improve and that the process of achieving and improving is necessarily a hard one. There will be pain, and there will be struggle.
…and there will be glory.
Never abandon the principle of struggle.
You’re not here to endure torture, you’re not a defenseless woman tied to a chair. You are a man, and your struggle is the one you decide. If you don’t decide for a struggle, life will choose for you one you most likely won’t want.
You have to set your eyes on the prize and pay the price. Sweat, blood, and even tears. Whatever it takes.
Still, try not to cry because crying is for faggots. But if tears are part of the price, you better be ready to pay it with your head held high.
You have to listen to what I’m saying here through these words in your screen. This is important. You are here for a reason. This epoch is the way it is for a reason. You chose this challenge because you are part of existence. You are part of Creation. You exist.
Have you ever tried imagining not existing? Not being here? Not being anywhere. Just not being. Tonight when you close your eyes before bed try imagining how that would be. Look into the darkness and you’ll find the void, and you’ll feel the void. You’ll be intimidated. You’ll be scared. But then you will smile. You’ll realize you’ve been blessed with the capacity to do what you just did, with the ability to think and experience, and with a role in Creation itself.
He decided to remain child-free after deciding the world was not a conductive place for raising a family.
If this isn’t a “conductive place for raising a family” then what is? They’ll never find a perfect time because they don’t realize the perfect time is any time. It’s always going to be hard, it was never easy. There was always struggle. There were always hardships.
So far we’ve always raised above.
We’ll continue to fight, and we’ll keep defeating the monsters of our times.