Numbskull Says He’ll Sue His Parents for Giving Birth to Him

Raphael Samuel in one of the posts on his Facebook page, Nihilanand, where he posts anti-natalist material suggesting that parents are 'hypocrites' 

He’s getting his 15 minutes of fame.

Is this comedy or tragedy? Or both?

Saying that having children is morally equivalent to “kidnapping and slavery,” a schnook in India says he’s going to sue his parents for giving birth to him without his consent ( He has not made it clear how they might have gotten that consent.

He also thinks parents are wrong for “forcing it [the child] to have a career.” Well, heck, all sorts of people all over the world don’t have careers. Nobody’s stopping you, lackwit, from just being a bum.

Supposedly this jidrool is a leader in an “anti-natalist”–oh, boy, another new word!–movement whose aim is to convince people not to bear children. He has a web page called Childfree India. “We are a group of people who have decided not to reproduce,” he declares. “We are Childfree Indians!”


I could understand if it was other people suing this guy’s parents for inflicting him on them. Any number of couples could be sued for giving birth to ninnies. But I think if I were a judge, I would fine him court costs and jail his lawyer for contempt: frivolous lawsuits waste the public’s money.

And now I think I’ve spent enough time today covering nooze. Next stop, cat video.

13 comments on “Numbskull Says He’ll Sue His Parents for Giving Birth to Him

  1. I wonder who put him up to that. Sure not the abort-babies-live abortionists. They wouldn’t want a precedent set for the mothers to sue them. Maybe it’s the ABA – they’ll sue anybody for anything. Except those who pay them not to.

    1. This is happening in India, so I don’t know what kind of rules they have governing lawsuits. Hey, maybe it was his own idea! And shazam, he has a career after all.

  2. This is what spoiled brats do. Most spoiled brats, though, get over this stage by about age 21 — and then instead they sue to have their parents support them for the rest of their lives.

    The latter has actually happened in Italy, and the court ruled in favor of the “child,” who was in her 40s. I’ll try to find the link. Mark Steyn reported on it in one of his books, I think “America Alone.” (Am I being lazy today, or what? I’l really really try to remember to look all these things up.) (And trying to remember to do something is a noozy way of saying I’ll probably “forget.”)

    1. Yeah. In the past people are thankful to their parents for life, now parents are liable of being sued. People use to just commit suicide (which is not good) now they want to make money from their parents and live…what a twisted world we live in

  3. In India they have a strong belief in reincarnation, and the goal of their religion is to not be reincarnated anymore. Maybe this joker thought he had arrived at perfection and was humiliated to be-born again (pun intended).

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