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#1 by tasman1 » Fri Feb 08, 2019 20:46

A young man has caused a stir after announcing he wants to sue his parents for giving birth to him without his permission.

A YouTube video titled, WHY am I suing my parents? by Raphael Samuel, a 27-year-old from Mumbai, India, has been viewed more than 100,000 times in two days.

Mr Samuel, who is a self-proclaimed anti-natalist, is wearing a fake beard and sunglasses in the clip as he answers a number of questions.

I want everyone in India and also the world to realise one thing – that they are born without their consent, Mr Samuel says in the video.

I want them to understand that they do not owe their parents anything.

If we are born without our consent, then we should be maintained for the rest of our life. We should be paid to live, he adds.
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#2 by suraraj » Fri Feb 08, 2019 21:52

Even he can be killed if he now disagrees that he has not given his consent for his birth. :D :D
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#3 by valerie » Sat Feb 09, 2019 18:29

Sounds like he needs a good swift kick on the ole backside.
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#4 by valerie » Sat Feb 09, 2019 18:31

PS. Also, he needs to be castrated. Practice what you preach, I always say.
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#5 by Sarge25 » Sun Feb 10, 2019 19:07

valerie wrote: PS. Also, he needs to be castrated. Practice what you preach, I always say.

Probably a bit extreme there Valerie. :lol:

To practice what he's preaching would simply be to not have children and simple contraceptive means will take care of that. :mrgreen:
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#6 by Sarge25 » Sun Feb 10, 2019 19:34

He probably has a house full of children and has now decided he's anti natalist.

Also, I bet he was quite happy when his parents kept a roof over his head and made sure he was fed and clothed and bathed until the day he moved out. They gave him life and if they were the ones who nurtured him from birth to whatever age, it's about time he showed more respect and gratitude.

He's 27 years old too, took him long enough to sue. :roll:

It also frustrates me how people like this guy are able to create new life when there are people in this world who cannot do so and don't have the physical capabilities, etc to do so.
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#7 by Darkstar2 » Sun Feb 10, 2019 21:53

How the bloody hell do you ask an unborn child for his/her consent - how is that going to make it to court. There again, if courts now accept cases where people sue God and ghosts, why not - people are bored and want something to do.
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#8 by tasman1 » Sun Feb 10, 2019 22:05

Darkstar2 wrote: How the bloody hell do you ask an unborn child for his/her consent - how is that going to make it to court. There again, if courts now accept cases where people sue God and ghosts, why not - people are bored and want something to do.


Ask unborn child ? Life starts with sperm , we must ask sperm , where do you like to go Sir / Madam ?
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#9 by Darkstar2 » Sun Feb 10, 2019 23:54

This guy is an inspiration though he has a point - we should all be asked consent whether we wish to be born in this messed up planet or not :P

Which inspires for my upcoming lawsuit. I am going to sue the state of Colorado for continually bringing us snow storms up north without my consent , I'm asking for a $1 million in damages, this should cover a season worth's of deicing, snow removal, roof snow removal and my fees for hours upon hours of shoveling, ice picking and snow blowing throughout the winter :mrgreen:
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#10 by suraraj » Mon Feb 11, 2019 00:16

Darkstar2 wrote: This guy is an inspiration though he has a point - we should all be asked consent whether we wish to be born in this messed up planet or not :P

Which inspires for my upcoming lawsuit. I am going to sue the state of Colorado for continually bringing us snow storms up north without my consent , I'm asking for a $1 million in damages, this should cover a season worth's of deicing, snow removal, roof snow removal and my fees for hours upon hours of shoveling, ice picking and snow blowing throughout the winter :mrgreen:

Before we asking others we have to ask ourselves what have we done to save the planet. We all contribute to the nature fury such as storms, cyclones, floods, rising temperatures, lower temperatures, sandstorms, water scarcity etc. Everyone is responsible for this horrific natural calamities. We want develepoment, more jobs, more equality, more comfort but these all come with a price ie.. damage to the environment. Can we live without air conditioners, can we live without cars. The answers is a simple no. Then how can we expect to have a good environment with clean air.
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#11 by tasman1 » Mon Feb 11, 2019 00:18

Darkstar2 wrote: This guy is an inspiration though he has a point - we should all be asked consent whether we wish to be born in this messed up planet or not :P

Which inspires for my upcoming lawsuit. I am going to sue the state of Colorado for continually bringing us snow storms up north without my consent , I'm asking for a $1 million in damages, this should cover a season worth's of deicing, snow removal, roof snow removal and my fees for hours upon hours of shoveling, ice picking and snow blowing throughout the winter :mrgreen:



Please do not forget to ask for bonus , 30 day paid holiday to Hawaihihi on waiikiki beach until snow is melt :mrgreen:
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#12 by wildbillhickok » Mon Feb 11, 2019 10:40

hahahaha... :lol: :lol: Nobody asked for his consent...he wants to get payed, because he isn't even responsible to carry his own weight(nobody asked him) :shock: , who is the one to blame? life is just a burden for him, he wants to be compensated... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
Image when this guy had an argue with his parents, I bet he always ended up saying: "I did not ask to born" :lol:

"Anti-natalist"? What the heck is that? He is against the perpetuation of human race...(even though I just plan to have kids if I get rich one day, which is quite improbable, but you know we never know)


Anyway, what I think from this is that he had and has a pretty confortable life, with not lotta of work to do, plenty of time to think and develop this theories and ideas...I bet he doesn't even work... :lol:
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#13 by Darkstar2 » Mon Feb 11, 2019 12:11

wildbillhickok wrote: hahahaha... :lol: :lol: Nobody asked for his consent...he wants to get payed, because he isn't even responsible to carry his own weight(nobody asked him) :shock: , who is the one to blame? life is just a burden for him, he wants to be compensated... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
Image when this guy had an argue with his parents, I bet he always ended up saying: "I did not ask to born" :lol:

"Anti-natalist"? What the heck is that? He is against the perpetuation of human race...(even though I just plan to have kids if I get rich one day, which is quite improbable, but you know we never know)


Anyway, what I think from this is that he had and has a pretty confortable life, with not lotta of work to do, plenty of time to think and develop this theories and ideas...I bet he doesn't even work... :lol:

You can never be in people's shoes, would it be fair to be harsh on him ? Why are people automatically assuming he is lazy, not working, slacker, etc..... Do people realize that some in life are unfortunate, they work hard and do everything right, but everything bad happens to them ? While some people are lazy, uneducated, do nothing, and they are ridden with good luck and success, this is *FACT* look around - Some people lead a miserable life, yet all their life they have persevered and worked hard and did good, I'm sorry but I can understand why some people question their life or why they were born. What I cannot understand however is people blaming their parents - how the hell would parents know in advance they would bring an unlucky child who leads a miserable life of suffering ? No parent would purposely bring a child to life knowingly (unless they were downright evil :D but that is another story). And how the bloody hell can a parent ask for consent to something that is not even in "human" shape. So yeah, his lawsuit is quite a joke, because his parents are attorneys and they too wonder through what channel they would have otherwise asked for consent ? Sperm does not talk, so he is going to have a difficult time making a case in court, I'd love to see that, so eh can give good examples to the future generations :D Other than this frivulous, and ridiculous lawsuit, let's not assume that this guy has lived a miserable life due to his actions, nobody knows him, so why the stereotypes ? This is experience here, how many of you can attest here that they witnessed of their own eyes, from people around them, some people undeserving who are successful and lucky while those who are deserving failed and lead in misery ? I can, I have seen MANY cases of either end of the spectrum, so it's true, it's not just speculation. Does the "LUCK" gene actually exist ? People can say "YOU make your luck YOU make your destiny" this is true only to a CERTAIN EXTENT - try telling that to people who have been GOOD, loving generous all their life and ridden in health, suffering, and misfortune till they died. I will never question someone's thoughts on why they were born, though parents should not be blamed, it's nature and luck of the draw.
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#14 by wildbillhickok » Mon Feb 11, 2019 14:43

Quote:You can never be in people's shoes, would it be fair to be harsh on him ? Why are people automatically assuming he is lazy, not working, slacker, etc..... Do people realize that some in life are unfortunate, they work hard and do everything right, but everything bad happens to them ? While some people are lazy, uneducated, do nothing, and they are ridden with good luck and success, this is *FACT* look around

Man you are right about the fact that judging peoples attitudes isn't adequate because we never know what they went through, we just build prejudices based on what we would do if we were in his position, and we all know each of us has different backgrounds, value and attitudes on the diiferent scenarios that we encouter in life.

Also talking about people that "suceed in life", and "succed" between quotation marks because nobody is capable of assessing how suceful someone else is in life, because each person has their own goals and aspirations in life.

You are completely right that some people just had luck in life, some born as "heritier" of a very big fortune without moving a finger (like a random lottery). And others become very sucessful people in life because they were born in families that already had a certain social status, they had a good education, a pretty good health plan, lived in safe enviroment... It's a little bit like poker, being dealt a pair of aces sitting in very big pile of chips... Is completely different than being dealt a 2 and 7 with just one blind left in you pile of chips. And there are people that just had bad lucky, like those who suffered an accident or a disease that keeps them from reaching their full potential in life.
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#15 by valerie » Mon Feb 11, 2019 15:41

I have a different point of view, actually.

My belief is we are all visitors for a short time. During the time we visit here, we
are to replenish the earth in various ways. Obviously, some people are not meant
to have children and I would suspect most of them know who they are. Just like
marriage, not everyone is meant to be married and so not everyone is meant to
have children. However, those children that do come into the world, were meant
to be here and meant to do something with the time they have visiting here.
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