Facebook Page
Twitter Page
YouTube Channel
Message Page
The Callum Houston Web Page
YouTube Channel
Mama, I didn’t ask to be born! Here’s a
radical concept to think about: that the act
of PROCREATION -- having a child -- is
a CIVIL RIGHTS VIOLATION against
that child. That’s right, having babies is a
violation of their human rights!
Home Page
Mama, I didn’t ask to be born! Here’s a
radical concept to think about: that the act
of PROCREATION -- having a child -- is
a CIVIL RIGHTS VIOLATION against
that child. That’s right, having babies is a
violation of their human rights!
"I DIDN'T ASK TO BE BORN!"
June 1, 2017
I mean, think about it: a human life is filled with strife and turmoil, of varying degrees
depending on the individual, and then at the end of it you’re faced with the prospect
of grappling with your own death. Jesus Christ, I didn’t sign up for this! No one did!
For some people, the disabled for instance or people born into atrocious
circumstances such as abject poverty or warfare, life is a constant struggle. And if
you look at their situation it’s easy to see that it would be better for them if they’d
never been born in the first place. And many of them might even AGREE with that. It
seems to me that in a supposedly modern, progressive society such as ours, bringing
someone into something as tumultuous and ultimately fatal as a “life” should without
question require the ADVANCE CONSENT of that individual. Being born is like
being unwillingly conscripted into military service to serve as infantry in a war.

But no, consideration for the rights of the unborn are not on the table when a life is
brought into this world; it’s about what the parents want and that’s about it.
Selfishness is the key factor at play when people have children. It’s a biological urge
they feel compelled to satisfy. They’re conforming to conditioning by family and
culture. It’s a desire to be like everyone else. It’s never because they’re doing a
FAVOR to the children they’re bringing into this world -- it’s what they want and
that’s all. How could the parents’ decision ever be about the child’s welfare since
they have no way of knowing how the life of their progeny is going to turn out
anyway?

And are most humans even QUALIFIED to have children? Are they INTELLIGENT
ENOUGH to be bestowed the right to make the decision to create something as
important as a human life? What makes humans think they’re so damn special they
can have the right to be Prometheus-like gods able to create human life forms on
whim restricted only by their physical limitations and nothing more? I contend that
they AREN’T intelligent enough -- not even close! Simply relying on the unilateral
judgment of “people” to make the decision for another individual to be unwillingly
compelled to partake in the human experience is profoundly unfair. When you think
about it it doesn’t even sound LAWFUL! Humans are nothing more than primitive
organisms programmed like mindless bacteria to multiply without consideration for
anything other than gratifying their personal emotions. Are humans such a sacred
species that we must multiply in perpetuity until there’s no more room left on the
planet? No way! And the problem for humans, unlike most animals, is that we are
able to reason and rationally scrutinize the conditions that surround us. Consider the
child conceived in the womb who eventually becomes a full-fledged autonomous-
thinking adult able to look back and consider the circumstances that brought him into
this world. Does that person even want to be here? People know when they’ve been
cheated and putting us on this earth without our permission could be seen as being
SEVERELY RIPPED OFF! For some the cry could be “WHY DID YOU BRING
ME INTO THIS, MOM AND DAD? FOR GOD’S SAKE, I DIDN’T ASK TO BE
BORN!!!”

However, I think a sophisticated, civil rights-based civilization would take the plight
of human progeny into consideration when it came to procreation and propagation of
the species. What I’m talking about is fanatical neo-liberal ideology to the extreme --
the doctrine by which the allegedly disadvantaged must get their way at all costs
because nobody can be offended or hurt. These extreme views I don’t always agree
with but this one I would. But the thing is, not even the most civil rights-based liberal
government would ever support such a concept in our day and age. We are clearly
not anywhere NEAR being a civilization as progressive as that and because of this
new generations coming into this world are nothing more than SLAVES. What do I
mean by slaves? Governments are very aware of what I’m talking about. Manipulating
the human race is a science known as “eugenics,” and the state is involved in this.
Why do governments permit people to have as many children as they want without
restrictions, knowing full well that those children are being born against their will,
perhaps even against THE LAW depending on how you look at it, often into less
than ideal circumstances? The reason is because governments are medieval regimes
that require subjects -- slaves -- to rule over and extract taxes from. The more
taxpayers the better for a government. They want money and the larger the population
the more people to get it from. And ever-expanding populations of this slave class fit
quite nicely into their long-term plan of perpetuating their regimes well into the future.
The civil rights violations against us begin in the womb and that’s all there is to it.

So what’s the answer to this problem? What would a forward-thinking, caring
civilization do to balance out the dilemma of the fact that being born is not something
we choose but rather something that is chosen for us, a choice that might be in direct
violation of our wishes when we are mature enough to think about it rationally? Hold a
vote? As humorous as that might sound it would certainly be one way to settle the
problem, on a superficial level at least. You could ask the adult public straight out: Do
you feel it was a violation of your civil rights to have been born? If the majority
answered with “yes, it was a violation” then the logical reaction in a culture that holds
civil rights as supremely important would be for the government to immediately
restrict all childbearing until a system of obtaining prior consent from an unborn
person at the pre-conception stage was put into place.

But how do you obtain consent from people before they’re born? Easily! You ask
them! “Impossible!” you say. “You can’t get a yes or no answer from a sperm cell or
a fertilized egg or an embryo!” That’s right, you can’t. But you CAN get consent
from that person IN THE FUTURE when he or she is an adult and is able to make an
assessment of their life. I know this sounds like something out of a Philip K. Dick
science fiction story, but the way to do it would be by going into the future and
asking people of a certain age -- let’s say forty-five -- if they want to be born. If they
answer no then their life would be retroactively nullified by going back in time and
denying their parents the right to conceive them in the present day. Their parents
would be barred from procreating and if they disobeyed, the child they conceived
would be aborted in the womb. Heartbreaking as hell for those parents? Perhaps. But
still, it’s the only way to fulfill the concept of first achieving consent before
proceeding with the creation of a person. And yes, I know that restricting people
from having children goes vehemently against what most families want. Humans are
humans after all and making babies is their biggest pastime. But family-oriented
people can take comfort from the fact that in most cases consent would be granted
by the descendants when asked. At least I would expect that to be the case.

Of course, technology enabling us to not only look into the future, but interact with
people in the future as well, is a long way off, if it can ever be created at all, so we
can cross that solution off our list for now. Another way of solving the problem of
consent would be by altering how we think, by making it so that we don’t question
things like whether or not we should’ve been born. This they could do by modifying
these types of concerns out of people’s brains. Humans could be genetically
engineered, much the same way GMO food is engineered today, to not have negative
thoughts or emotions that cause them any form of distress. We’d essentially be
clones, engineered genetically to not worry about existential issues of any kind, our
minds shaped so we don’t give a damn about our circumstances. With genetically
modified foods so prevalent today, the idea of doing the same thing to people seems
very plausible to me. It certainly wouldn’t be hard to force us to ingest the chemical
agents that would create the desired changes in us and our offspring. They could put
them in our drinking water or spray them on us aerially in chemtrails or even deliver
them to children under the guise of vaccinating them. I wouldn’t be in the least bit
surprised to hear that this has actually already started today. But would you be okay
with this? My first reaction when I considered it was “No way! Genetically modifying
us in this manner would radically change what it means to be a human being -- we
wouldn’t be PEOPLE anymore! It would be like something out of Invasion of the
Body Snatchers!” But if it would make life better and more pleasant then why not?
And perhaps they could do other improvements to the human body such as
eliminating extreme pain and making it so that we all die in a uniform and simple non-
distressing manner, similar to how the replicants shut off at a specific age in the
movie Blade Runner.

There’s one other way this issue might be resolved, on an individual basis anyway,
and that is through prayer. Unhappiness you may have about being put on this world
against your will can be settled in the realm of divinity by reaching out to God. It is in
God that you can find the answers you’re looking for and even be granted a solution
to your problem with a miracle through His all-encompassing powers. Whatever the
answer to this dilemma is, one thing remains certain: whether you want to be here or
not, there’s no doubt that being included in this vast wonder known as THE
UNIVERSE is the most profound experience a person could ever be forced into.
"I DIDN'T ASK TO BE BORN!"
June 1, 2017
Name:
Comment:
HAVE A COMMENT?
Facebook Page
Twitter Page
YouTube Channel
HOME PAGE
1 / 1
YouTube Channel
Name:
Comment:
Have a comment?
HOME PAGE
1 / 1
I mean, think about it: a human life is
filled with strife and turmoil, of varying
degrees depending on the individual, and
then at the end of it you’re faced with the
prospect of grappling with your own
death. Jesus Christ, I didn’t sign up for
this! No one did! For some people, the
disabled for instance or people born into
atrocious circumstances such as abject
poverty or warfare, life is a constant
struggle. And if you look at their situation
it’s easy to see that it would be better for
them if they’d never been born in the first
place. And many of them might even
AGREE with that. It seems to me that in a
supposedly modern, progressive society
such as ours, bringing someone into
something as tumultuous and ultimately
fatal as a “life” should without question
require the ADVANCE CONSENT of that
individual. Being born is like being
unwillingly conscripted into military
service to serve as infantry in a war.

But no, consideration for the rights of the
unborn are not on the table when a life is
brought into this world; it’s about what
the parents want and that’s about it.
Selfishness is the key factor at play when
people have children. It’s a biological
urge they feel compelled to satisfy.
They’re conforming to conditioning by
family and culture. It’s a desire to be like
everyone else. It’s never because they’re
doing a FAVOR to the children they’re
bringing into this world -- it’s what they
want and that’s all. How could the
parents’ decision ever be about the
child’s welfare since they have no way of
knowing how the life of their progeny is
going to turn out anyway?

And are most humans even QUALIFIED
to have children? Are they
INTELLIGENT ENOUGH to be bestowed
the right to make the decision to create
something as important as a human life?
What makes humans think they’re so
damn special they can have the right to be
Prometheus-like gods able to create
human life forms on whim restricted only
by their physical limitations and nothing
more? I contend that they AREN’T
intelligent enough -- not even close!
Simply relying on the unilateral judgment
of “people” to make the decision for
another individual to be unwillingly
compelled to partake in the human
experience is profoundly unfair. When
you think about it it doesn’t even sound
LAWFUL! Humans are nothing more than
primitive organisms programmed like
mindless bacteria to multiply without
consideration for anything other than
gratifying their personal emotions. Are
humans such a sacred species that we
must multiply in perpetuity until there’s
no more room left on the planet? No way!
And the problem for humans, unlike most
animals, is that we are able to reason and
rationally scrutinize the conditions that
surround us. Consider the child
conceived in the womb who eventually
becomes a full-fledged autonomous-
thinking adult able to look back and
consider the circumstances that brought
him into this world. Does that person
even want to be here? People know when
they’ve been cheated and putting us on
this earth without our permission could
be seen as being SEVERELY RIPPED
OFF! For some the cry could be “WHY
DID YOU BRING ME INTO THIS, MOM
AND DAD? FOR GOD’S SAKE, I
DIDN’T ASK TO BE BORN!!!”

However, I think a sophisticated, civil
rights-based civilization would take the
plight of human progeny into
consideration when it came to
procreation and propagation of the
species. What I’m talking about is
fanatical neo-liberal ideology to the
extreme -- the doctrine by which the
allegedly disadvantaged must get their
way at all costs because nobody can be
offended or hurt. These extreme views I
don’t always agree with but this one I
would. But the thing is, not even the most
civil rights-based liberal government
would ever support such a concept in our
day and age. We are clearly not anywhere
NEAR being a civilization as progressive
as that and because of this new
generations coming into this world are
nothing more than SLAVES. What do I
mean by slaves? Governments are very
aware of what I’m talking about.
Manipulating the human race is a science
known as “eugenics,” and the state is
involved in this. Why do governments
permit people to have as many children as
they want without restrictions, knowing
full well that those children are being
born against their will, perhaps even
against THE LAW depending on how you
look at it, often into less than ideal
circumstances? The reason is because
governments are medieval regimes that
require subjects -- slaves -- to rule over
and extract taxes from. The more
taxpayers the better for a government.
They want money and the larger the
population the more people to get it
from. And ever-expanding populations of
this slave class fit quite nicely into their
long-term plan of perpetuating their
regimes well into the future. The civil
rights violations against us begin in the
womb and that’s all there is to it.

So what’s the answer to this problem?
What would a forward-thinking, caring
civilization do to balance out the dilemma
of the fact that being born is not
something we choose but rather
something that is chosen for us, a choice
that might be in direct violation of our
wishes when we are mature enough to
think about it rationally? Hold a vote? As
humorous as that might sound it would
certainly be one way to settle the
problem, on a superficial level at least.
You could ask the adult public straight
out: Do you feel it was a violation of your
civil rights to have been born? If the
majority answered with “yes, it was a
violation” then the logical reaction in a
culture that holds civil rights as
supremely important would be for the
government to immediately restrict all
childbearing until a system of obtaining
prior consent from an unborn person at
the pre-conception stage was put into
place.
But how do you obtain consent from
people before they’re born? Easily! You
ask them! “Impossible!” you say. “You
can’t get a yes or no answer from a sperm
cell or a fertilized egg or an embryo!”
That’s right, you can’t. But you CAN get
consent from that person IN THE
FUTURE when he or she is an adult and is
able to make an assessment of their life. I
know this sounds like something out of a
Philip K. Dick science fiction story, but
the way to do it would be by going into
the future and asking people of a certain
age -- let’s say forty-five -- if they want
to be born. If they answer no then their
life would be retroactively nullified by
going back in time and denying their
parents the right to conceive them in the
present day. Their parents would be
barred from procreating and if they
disobeyed, the child they conceived
would be aborted in the womb.
Heartbreaking as hell for those parents?
Perhaps. But still, it’s the only way to
fulfill the concept of first achieving
consent before proceeding with the
creation of a person. And yes, I know that
restricting people from having children
goes vehemently against what most
families want. Humans are humans after
all and making babies is their biggest
pastime. But family-oriented people can
take comfort from the fact that in most
cases consent would be granted by the
descendants when asked. At least I would
expect that to be the case.

Of course, technology enabling us to not
only look into the future, but interact with
people in the future as well, is a long way
off, if it can ever be created at all, so we
can cross that solution off our list for
now. Another way of solving the problem
of consent would be by altering how we
think, by making it so that we don’t
question things like whether or not we
should’ve been born. This they could do
by modifying these types of concerns out
of people’s brains. Humans could be
genetically engineered, much the same
way GMO food is engineered today, to
not have negative thoughts or emotions
that cause them any form of distress.
We’d essentially be clones, engineered
genetically to not worry about existential
issues of any kind, our minds shaped so
we don’t give a damn about our
circumstances. With genetically
modified foods so prevalent today, the
idea of doing the same thing to people
seems very plausible to me. It certainly
wouldn’t be hard to force us to ingest the
chemical agents that would create the
desired changes in us and our offspring.
They could put them in our drinking water
or spray them on us aerially in chemtrails
or even deliver them to children under the
guise of vaccinating them. I wouldn’t be
in the least bit surprised to hear that this
has actually already started today. But
would you be okay with this? My first
reaction when I considered it was “No
way! Genetically modifying us in this
manner would radically change what it
means to be a human being -- we wouldn’t
be PEOPLE anymore! It would be like
something out of Invasion of the Body
Snatchers!” But if it would make life
better and more pleasant then why not?
And perhaps they could do other
improvements to the human body such as
eliminating extreme pain and making it so
that we all die in a uniform and simple
non-distressing manner, similar to how
the replicants shut off at a specific age in
the movie Blade Runner.

There’s one other way this issue might be
resolved, on an individual basis anyway,
and that is through prayer. Unhappiness
you may have about being put on this
world against your will can be settled in
the realm of divinity by reaching out to
God. It is in God that you can find the
answers you’re looking for and even be
granted a solution to your problem with a
miracle through His all-encompassing
powers. Whatever the answer to this
dilemma is, one thing remains certain:
whether you want to be here or not,
there’s no doubt that being included in
this vast wonder known as THE
UNIVERSE is the most profound
experience a person could ever be forced
into.