- Jan 14, 2019
this has been discussed recently online; the idea of life's absurdity, hating yourself for being born and resolving not to bear any children. what do you think?
Also, this.Antinatalism would be cool if it weren't for the fact only educated white people pay it any heed.
True. The only way humanity(or life as a whole) will ever be wiped out is with an asteroid impact or the sun blowing up or maybe a nuclear holocaust or something. But people will never stop breeding. The best you can do is get it under control so you don't end up with an Africa-like situation.I have too many thoughts on the issue to state in one thread. A general summery of my view is that I fully agree with the reasoning behind antnatalism, but I don't think it's something that could ever be embraced by anything close to a majority, at least willingly. Attempting to convince people not to procreate is usually a complete waste of effort(most people aren't willing to be swayed with reasoning), or sometimes actively counterproductive. In that you'll only convince empathetic, high IQ people not to have children, which causes more harm than good. It's just overall the wrong approach to the problem.
Honestly I'm more an advocate for (hedonistic) Negative Utilitarianism than antinatalism specifically.
I hate how they're trying everything than can to get the Kalergi Plan to come to fruition, even exploiting a logically sound position which they know only whites will endorse. Which is funny, because it's easy to use very similar concepts to those which propel antinatalism to explain why this whole effort is pointless. You can't remove tribalism and division from humans, if you try they'll simply create new ways in which to create conflict and divide themselves.Antinatalism = jewish psyop