If human life is on balance so awful, would the antinatalists be doing us all a favor by literally putting us out of our misery through an all out nuc...

If human life is on balance so awful, would the antinatalists be doing us all a favor by literally putting us out of our misery through an all out nuclear apocalypse?

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  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Ulricht Horstmann vibes

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Nuclear bussy == h0ax

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    if life is so awful that it is worse than dying then why dont you just die?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Kek this way of thinking is very normal in 15 yo midwits, are you perhaps one zoomieanon?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        great argument

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Because our decisions are ultimately controlled by our biology. Self-preservation instinct won't let you have a nice day even if you think it's preferable to living in theory. To put it simply, once you're born you want to live.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        cope

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        people commit suicide all the time when they genuinely sincerely want to die. if you arent committing suicide then obviously things are not that bad

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    When the world ends there'll be one last broadcast on all the apps instructing us on what to do, but we'll have to wait for an ad to finish. Meanwhile grandma is sucking in the rads. There's only two masks, you could give the one to your wife but there's this goth b***h at the end of the street you'd rather repopulate the earth with. Your son is autistic anyway so just replace him with three functional kids in the post-apocalypse. I win.

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    why do the plants and animals have to die just because humanity isn't worth a shit?

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Here's a food analogy to explain it for you:
    If I buy food and it's not good, chances are I'll still finish it, since I paid for it and I'm hungry, instead of throwing it away and leaving.
    If later I tell people to not buy food at that place, I don't think that makes me a hypocrite

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >food analogy
      Even the shithole that is IQfy knows better than to make food analogies
      Note how this moron, even in his own contrived fantasies, is completely impotent and weak-willed. In his own scenario he could
      >complain to a supervisor
      >return the food
      >ask for a refund
      >learn to cook
      >just throw it away
      but he chooses the path of least resistance, mindlessly stuffing his (fat) face with slop and pitying himself all the while. No agency, no ambition, no drive, just lamentations and gray skies. It is his same professed attitude towards life. "Don't eat there!" the fat slob blurts without prompt, wheezing and spraying spittle, "the food is no good." He will eat there again and again but he will be sure to let you know he doesn't enjoy it.

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous
  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I don't control a sufficient amount of nuclear bombs.

  9. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >happiness has fallen
    >billions must die

  10. 2 weeks ago
    ⽕ I V S E I ⽕

    If human life, on balance, were good, past a certain point, there would be no need for the cosmos, nor, subsequently, to have children in it, anymore, since humans would have transcended it.

    The fact that human life, on balance, is awful, means that everything is in order in the cosmos, and that it has not yet been built up well enough in order to be transcended —which prospect requires that the noble, virtuous, Catholical ones have heroical children.

  11. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    A lot of antinatalists overlap with insane vegan or ted k esque environmentalists so they would probably not want to kill all the animals and plants. I'm not one of them I think people are kinda epic and we should have them here but if you were to argue this with an antinatalist that is probably what they would say.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Picrel example, notice he just says people and not everything on earth

  12. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm not an antinatalist but since their entire philosophy is based on consent (since a child does not consent to be born it is unfair to impose life on it) I'd guess they'd argue that killing people non-consentually is morally wrong. If I remember Benatar correctly he advocates for everyone to simply stop breeding and let the human race die off that way (or maybe I'm just mixing that up with True Detective)

  13. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm an antinatalist and what you are describing is essentially called "EFILism", which is Gary Mosher's/Inmendham's philosophy about DNA replication and how it must be destroyed. Think of "EFILism" like antinatalism's moronic autistic borderline terroristic adopted sibling.

    Actual antinatalists, like me, place an importance on consent, non-imposition and harm prevention, hence the antinatalism (the position generally characterized by being against human procreation), which are all directly under opposition to killing others, murdering others, interfering (neceasarily violently) with wild animal behaviours etc. Intellectually, I can recognize that an earth crust as devoid of life as that on Mars is a preferable state than that we have currently, what it would take to achieve that, we'll number 1 its impossible (even every nuke on earth wouldn't do it) but number 2 you would be the most evil person in the world to do it.

    Also another thing I don't agree with most antinatalists on is the abortion thing. Most are pro-choice or even pro abortion (David benatar). I am pro life because of consent, non imposition reasons. Once a fetus exists its too late for antinatalism and you are killing another member of the human species. Which is wrong. Antinatalism is before conception, once that happens you need to do whatever possible to ensure the health and care for that person. No matter if they are a little fetus or not.

  14. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    please Antinatalists are terrified of losing any of their comforts, which are many. They will spend countless hours woe-is-meing online but lack the spine to take any action that would change things. It's why they don't sudoku, why they don't try to improve, why they don't try to change anything. They prefer to wallow in their comfy bed of "misery".

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