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In the article I explained that having a
child is a colossal civil rights violation
against that child. It’s my belief that,
since life can be a real son of a bitch for
people, it isn’t fair to bring people into
this world without first getting their
consent to being born. Any satisfaction
one might get from life is destroyed by
the heartbreak of life’s adversities. The
journey ends the same way for all of us
and always has. Billions of people have
succumbed to this plague called death.
Why hasn’t humanity learned that life is
futile and fatal and pointless?

Is life REALLY something special that
everyone wants to be a part of? Hardly.

Of course it’s impossible for people to
give their consent to being born so
another way of dealing with this difficult
human rights issue must be formulated
and adopted. There’s got to be a way of
opting out.

After publishing my article I got a
message from a reader who called
himself Philocypher who explained that
my stance on this subject made me an
“anti-natalist.” Huh? Do you mean an
anti-nationalist? I’d never heard this
word before. So I looked it up and was
very surprised by what I found.

Apparently there’s a philosophical
movement comprised of people who have
similar views about procreation as me.
These people feel that our species
shouldn’t just automatically continue to
expand like the blob into the future with
dangerous mass population growth -- but
instead should be rendered extinct! These
people are anti-natalists. There’s a page
about them on Wikipedia and I read it and
found myself agreeing with a lot of what
is said there. I was amazed by how much
of the reasoning directly intersected with
my own points of view.

The anti-natalist standpoint is that having
a child is immoral because a parent can’t
guarantee that the child’s life will be free
from pain and death, which they consider
to be bad things. By creating the child, the
parents are essentially responsible for the
hardship it encounters -- and even the
hardship its descendants suffer as well! If
you believe death is bad then logically
birth is bad too because it always leads to
death.

Boy do I agree with that! Damn right
there’s pain and death and damn right it’s
bad! That’s the real bitch about life, that
you die and the lead up to your death can
be very painful and trying. I saw what
happened to my own father in his latter
years and I wouldn’t wish that fate on an
enemy. I’m not at the end yet but I know
for a fact that when my time does come
I’m going to conclude that no amount of
joy I had in life will balance out the fear
and trauma of death.

The anti-natalists also say that it’s
immoral to procreate because humans
cause pain and death to one another in
various ways and to animals too. There’s
no question that that is one hundred
percent accurate. Think of all the
multitudes of livestock animals that have
been subjected to horrible living
conditions and then misery and pain when
they are killed. If humans weren’t here
none of the suffering that livestock are
subjected to would happen.

As well, the anti-natalists say that humans
are a detriment to the environment.
There’s some truth to that and, as such,
you’d think the leftist liberals would
support serious efforts to limit
population growth. But no, those
hypocrites don’t really care about the
environment and are just mind control
victims who only oppose what the news
media tells them to oppose.

It’s very obvious that with exponential
population growth continuing like it is,
eventually the world is going to be one
very crowded place, teeming with humans
in all corners of the globe.

But should that be the future of mankind?
Crowded conditions everywhere?
Problem is, the evil government is in
favor of this future scenario because
they’re in the home rental and taxation
business and are licking their lips in
hungry anticipation of squeezing as much
money from people as they can. More
people means more revenue for them and
that’s why they actively promote
breeding.

Here’s what it comes down to for me: I
don’t want to be here because I don’t want
to experience pain and death. That may
sound shallow but that’s how I feel. And
in reality, life is as shallow as it gets.
Humans aren’t anything special, we’re
just another life form on this planet, no
better than a fish or a bug. Personally, I
don’t find life rewarding in any kind of
way that would justify my being here.

I don’t care what anyone says, human life
is NOT some sacred thing to be
cherished, it’s just a bullshit situation, a
curse we’re forced to deal with and that’s
all there is to it.

My belief is that it just isn’t necessary
for people to be born. As blissful as life
is most of the time, I really could have
done without it and don’t need to be here
at all. I was simply the result of two
people’s sexual interaction. Fuck that is
disgusting! I’m here because two people
had sex?!?! My parents wanted a baby to
make them feel good so they had me. But
that simply isn’t sufficient justification
for putting people on this shitty planet
where the climate is cold and unpleasant
most of the time and the government is
out to get you and then you die.

I bet if children weren’t created through
sex there would be far less people on this
planet. Meaningless sex for physical
gratification is probably the biggest
reason that pregnancies happen as
opposed to two people actually
reasonably thinking through the decision
to have a child like rational adults.
 
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Should it be ILLEGAL to have children?
One of the first Unchained Opinion
articles I wrote was a surprisingly popular
piece called “I Didn’t Ask To Be Born.”
In the article I explained that having a
child is a colossal civil rights violation
against that child. It’s my belief that,
since life can be a real son of a bitch for people, it isn’t fair to bring people into this
world without first getting their consent to being born. Any satisfaction one might get
from life is destroyed by the heartbreak of life’s adversities. The journey ends the
same way for all of us and always has. Billions of people have succumbed to this
plague called death. Why hasn’t humanity learned that life is futile and fatal and
pointless?

Is life REALLY something special that everyone wants to be a part of? Hardly.

Of course it’s impossible for people to give their consent to being born so another
way of dealing with this difficult human rights issue must be formulated and adopted.
There’s got to be a way of opting out.

After publishing my article I got a message from a reader who called himself
Philocypher who explained that my stance on this subject made me an “anti-natalist.”
Huh? Do you mean an anti-nationalist? I’d never heard this word before. So I
looked it up and was very surprised by what I found.

Apparently there’s a philosophical movement comprised of people who have similar
views about procreation as me. These people feel that our species shouldn’t just
automatically continue to expand like the blob into the future with dangerous mass
population growth -- but instead should be rendered extinct! These people are anti-
natalists. There’s a page about them on Wikipedia and I read it and found myself
agreeing with a lot of what is said there. I was amazed by how much of the reasoning
directly intersected with my own points of view.

The anti-natalist standpoint is that having a child is immoral because a parent can’t
guarantee that the child’s life will be free from pain and death, which they consider to
be bad things. By creating the child, the parents are essentially responsible for the
hardship it encounters -- and even the hardship its descendants suffer as well! If you
believe death is bad then logically birth is bad too because it always leads to death.

Boy do I agree with that! Damn right there’s pain and death and damn right it’s bad!
That’s the real bitch about life, that you die and the lead up to your death can be very
painful and trying. I saw what happened to my own father in his latter years and I
wouldn’t wish that fate on an enemy. I’m not at the end yet but I know for a fact that
when my time does come I’m going to conclude that no amount of joy I had in life
will balance out the fear and trauma of death.

The anti-natalists also say that it’s immoral to procreate because humans cause pain
and death to one another in various ways and to animals too. There’s no question
that that is one hundred percent accurate. Think of all the multitudes of livestock
animals that have been subjected to horrible living conditions and then misery and
pain when they are killed. If humans weren’t here none of the suffering that livestock
are subjected to would happen.

As well, the anti-natalists say that humans are a detriment to the environment. There’s
some truth to that and, as such, you’d think the leftist liberals would support serious
efforts to limit population growth. But no, those hypocrites don’t really care about
the environment and are just mind control victims who only oppose what the news
media tells them to oppose.

It’s very obvious that with exponential population growth continuing like it is,
eventually the world is going to be one very crowded place, teeming with humans in
all corners of the globe.

But should that be the future of mankind? Crowded conditions everywhere? Problem
is, the evil government is in favor of this future scenario because they’re in the home
rental and taxation business and are licking their lips in hungry anticipation of
squeezing as much money from people as they can. More people means more
revenue for them and that’s why they actively promote breeding.

Here’s what it comes down to for me: I don’t want to be here because I don’t want
to experience pain and death. That may sound shallow but that’s how I feel. And in
reality, life is as shallow as it gets. Humans aren’t anything special, we’re just another
life form on this planet, no better than a fish or a bug. Personally, I don’t find life
rewarding in any kind of way that would justify my being here.

I don’t care what anyone says, human life is NOT some sacred thing to be cherished,
it’s just a bullshit situation, a curse we’re forced to deal with and that’s all there is to
it.

My belief is that it just isn’t necessary for people to be born. As blissful as life is
most of the time, I really could have done without it and don’t need to be here at all. I
was simply the result of two people’s sexual interaction. Fuck that is disgusting! I’m
here because two people had sex?!?! My parents wanted a baby to make them feel
good so they had me. But that simply isn’t sufficient justification for putting people
on this shitty planet where the climate is cold and unpleasant most of the time and the
government is out to get you and then you die.

I bet if children weren’t created through sex there would be far less people on this
planet. Meaningless sex for physical gratification is probably the biggest reason that
pregnancies happen as opposed to two people actually reasonably thinking through
the decision to have a child like rational adults.

Keeping with this theme, it could easily be transposed to the future colonization of
space by humans, like for instance on Mars. Would it be moral for Mars colonists to
breed and have children? I say absolutely not. Who the hell wants to be born on a
space colony where the conditions are unnatural and adverse? You’d be a guinea pig
in an impersonal scientific experiment, living exclusively in an artificial manmade
structure never able to enjoy the wonders of earthbound nature. Unfortunately,
although Mars colonists might be counseled to carefully consider the ramifications of
procreation in advance and abstain from pregnancies if the living conditions are less
than ideal, if those space travelers are anything like earthlings -- and why wouldn’t
they be? -- they’d probably eventually end up mindlessly multiplying just like happens
on this world. But would that be fair to their progeny? Of course not. Humans are
terrestrial beings and being forced to live off-planet would be the mother of all human
rights violations.

The big question on this issue is this: Since it’s inherently wrong to bring people into
a world where it’s impossible to protect them from pain and hardship and death,
should mankind have consideration for the vast number of tormented people who’ll
be born in the future? People with illnesses, people who suffer great pain, people
who’ll be murdered, people who’ll die in wars?

Should these people be preemptively ABORTED by restricting human reproduction
today?

I say YES and here’s how I’d do it: I’d make it a requirement that you have to put up
a surety of a MILLION DOLLARS in advance held in trust if you want to have a
baby and later on that money will go to your child to compensate it for being born
without its permission. If you’re going to create a human being then you are legally
responsible FOR that human being. Those who have children must financially
support those children for the complete duration of their existence and compensate
them for any pain and suffering they experience in their lifetime. That’s where the
million dollars comes in. And if you get pregnant illegally that child will be taken away
from you and euthanized.

Of course my million dollar surety concept would be very expensive and would
basically eliminate the possibility of having children for most people. But that’s a
good thing. Why? Because it’ll ensure that those who are victimized by the ultimate
human rights violation of being born are properly taken care of and compensated for
that extreme violation of their basic legal right to NOT have to exist.
Keeping with this theme, it could easily
be transposed to the future colonization
of space by humans, like for instance on
Mars. Would it be moral for Mars
colonists to breed and have children? I
say absolutely not. Who the hell wants to
be born on a space colony where the
conditions are unnatural and adverse?
You’d be a guinea pig in an impersonal
scientific experiment, living exclusively
in an artificial manmade structure never
able to enjoy the wonders of earthbound
nature. Unfortunately, although Mars
colonists might be counseled to carefully
consider the ramifications of procreation
in advance and abstain from pregnancies
if the living conditions are less than ideal,
if those space travelers are anything like
earthlings -- and why wouldn’t they be? --
they’d probably eventually end up
mindlessly multiplying just like happens
on this world. But would that be fair to
their progeny? Of course not. Humans are
terrestrial beings and being forced to live
off-planet would be the mother of all
human rights violations.

The big question on this issue is this:
Since it’s inherently wrong to bring
people into a world where it’s impossible
to protect them from pain and hardship
and death, should mankind have
consideration for the vast number of
tormented people who’ll be born in the
future? People with illnesses, people who
suffer great pain, people who’ll be
murdered, people who’ll die in wars?

Should these people be preemptively
ABORTED by restricting human
reproduction today?

I say YES and here’s how I’d do it: I’d
make it a requirement that you have to put
up a surety of a MILLION DOLLARS in
advance held in trust if you want to have a
baby and later on that money will go to
your child to compensate it for being
born without its permission. If you’re
going to create a human being then you
are legally responsible FOR that human
being. Those who have children must
financially support those children for the
complete duration of their existence and
compensate them for any pain and
suffering they experience in their
lifetime. That’s where the million dollars
comes in. And if you get pregnant
illegally that child will be taken away
from you and euthanized.

Of course my million dollar surety
concept would be very expensive and
would basically eliminate the possibility
of having children for most people. But
that’s a good thing. Why? Because it’ll
ensure that those who are victimized by
the ultimate human rights violation of
being born are properly taken care of and
compensated for that extreme violation
of their basic legal right to NOT have to
exist.
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