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Young Man to Sue his parents for giving birth to him; See Shocking reason

by Israel Akintunji
A well-known psychologist says children need more rules than parents' affection-dailyfamily.ng

The world certainly is heading for a destination no one can tell, a 27-year-old Indian man, Raphael Samuel has agitated that giving birth to children without the child’s consent is a morally wrong act.

The young man has threatened to charge his parents to court for bringing him to the world of hardship without his due consent.

To him, the children are innocent and life could not be held responsible for their predicament, rather he blames parent who because of their personal satisfaction, brought the innocent children into the world to be victims of life.

 “I want to tell all Indian kids that they don’t owe their parents anything,” Samuel told The Print.

“I love my parents, and we have a great relationship, but they had me for their joy and their pleasure. My life has been amazing, but I don’t see why I should put another life through the rigamarole of school and finding a career, especially when they didn’t ask to exist.”

Samuel manages a Facebook page to promote Anti-Natalism, he uses the medium to post messages against procreation, some of his posts include;

“Isn’t forcing a child into this world and forcing it to have a career, kidnapping and slavery?” or “Your parents had you instead of a toy or a dog, you owe them nothing, you are their entertainment”.

His Facebook page, Nihilanand has a total follower of 431 but that has not affected his energy.

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“Other Indian people must know that it is an option not to have children, and to ask your parents for an explanation as to why they gave birth to you,” Samuel said.

Anti-natalist movement is growing in India, though it still very small but members are willing to take it to the national level

Pratima Naik, a 28-year-old engineering graduate and one of the leaders of the anti-natalist movement speaking on the movement.

“This is a completely voluntary, non-violent movement,”

“We don’t want to impose our beliefs on anyone, but more people need to consider why having a child in the world right now isn’t right.”

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