Why is it not the Parents fault?
Started by parsonstreet, 25th May 2019 14:30 in Serious Discussion

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    I like this point:

    "What if antinatalism is one solution to Fermi Paradox: high IQ ends up seeing that its moral to not reproduce, so alien intelligences end up stopping at such IQ".
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    PARSONSTREET.

    It really isn't our fault you are a very unhappy person. Lots of people have truly wonderful lives, why they 'thank god' that they have been blessed with this wonderful, magical thing called life and all it has to offer.

    It is not the parents fault if you hate your life, its your own.

    Many people have had traumatic things happen in their lives and they are still happy to be alive.

    I suggest that you get a bloody grip of yourself and grow some balls and be bloody lucky that you were put on this earth. What a very selfish person to say all these things.

    Life is wonderful and you should treat it with respect.
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    Monza DeLight

    Life is wonderful .
    How much counter evidence do I need to show you.
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    parsonstreet
    If you have a child

    (which is completely unnecessary)

    and the child suffers for several decades from a painful illness.

    Why it acceptable to expose a child to obvious harm and inevitable death?

    The idea that it is acceptable to do this and also to ignore consent issues validates any immoral behaviour if you are going to be logically consistent.

    The only way you can claim you are not deliberately harming a child by procreating is if you were completely unaware of harm and suffering occurring around and completely unaware of the inevitability death, human history and consent issues.

    It is highly irrational and delusional to not recognize these issues when trying to understand life or create ethics and societies.

    Your parents must have a lot to answer for.

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    Bill. MC
    Your parents must have a lot to answer for.
    What he can't get his head around is even though they produced a tosspot, other people get on with life and are glad of it. He likes to portray himself as hard done by. He's an ungrateful git because there are plenty of people in genuine hardship who love life and try to make the most of it and never complain despite having a million times more to complain about than he could possibly understand.

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    Memnoch
    other people get on with life and are glad of it.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...y_suicide_rate

    "Close to 800 000 people die due to suicide every year, which is one person every 40 seconds"

    https://www.who.int/mental_health/pr...ideprevent/en/
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    "Close to 800 000 people die due to suicide every year,
    And the other 7,000,000,000 won't, so unless you're going to make it 800,001, what's your point? (That's a rhetorical question. I'm really not interested)

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    What is the argument for parents not being held responsible for their children's suffering?

    They are at least causally responsible.

    People are usually devastated if they accidentally kill a child with their car even though it was absolutely not their fault and the child ran out into the road.
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    Memnoch
    And the other 7,000,000,000 won't,
    Successful suicides are the tip of the iceberg when it comes to suicidal ideation and depression.

    How much suffering are you willing to coexist with?
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    The first few minutes of this video are sufficient to illustrate the catastrophe of irresponsible inbreeding in the face of advice.

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