Monday, December 2, 2013

A retraction



Giordano: I hate every Antinatalist I see

From Antinatalism to Efilism
No, you'll never make an AN out of me


Oh my God, I was wrong
Life was shit, all along
You've finally made a AN
Antinatalists: Yes, we've finally made an AN
Giordano: Yes, you've finally made an AN out of me
Antinatalist: Yes, we've finally made an AN out of you

Giordano: I love you, Dima Sokol!




Yo, Chip, Shadow, Sister Y, Mr Mean-Spirited, and Anne Sterzinger are all still bigots though.

Saturday, October 19, 2013

I poke my head out of my burrow...

And find that Mr. Mean Spirited has turned his implicit racism into explicit racism, and that Anne Sterzinger and Sister Y are palling around with wife-beating enthusiast Matt Forney.

I conclude that antinatalists have officially stopped caring about suffering of any kind and just become a weird morbid splinter sect of Stormfront and retreat to my burrow of not checking in on weird internet people.

There will be six more weeks of fall.

Sunday, September 8, 2013

Blog is on hiatus

I'm sorry to leave so soon after my last little joke, but due to real life stuff, I really do need to go for a few months. I might return after Christmas, or vanish for good. If it's the latter, I'd like to thank Mitchell and Shadow for being nice, and not thank everyone else for going "LALALA I'M NOT LISTENING LALALALA".

Good luck out there, you hateful bastards ;)

Time to come out and say it

Dimasok is a sockpuppet I've been using to discredit antinatalists by making them look my petulant children. I simply cannot live a lie any longer.

To clear some things up

          mis·an·thro·py  (ms-nthr-p, mz-)
          n.
Hatred or mistrust of humankind.

phi·lan·thro·py  (f-lnthr-p)
n. pl. phi·lan·thro·pies
1. The effort or inclination to increase the well-being of humankind, as by charitable aid or donations.
2. Love of humankind in general.



As you can see, these two words are antonyms  which means that they mean, and are commonly used to express, opposite ideas.

So to clear things up, a coherent philanthropic antinatalist would be someone who liked humanity, or at least wanted to help humanity, and thinks the best way to do so is eliminating them through refusal of childbirth.

A misanthropic antinatalist would, assuming they understand their own philosophy, either be someone who prefers not to be born, but likes to see other people be born because of how much they hate people, OR someone who thinks people deserve to be worse off not existing, or are bad for the planet, and should be done away with via refusal of childbirth.

As you can see, it is impossible to be both, and one rules out the other. A philanthropic antinatalist might, however believe a misanthropic antinatalist is wrong, but not try to convince them otherwise because they are happy they are not having children. This also works in the opposite direction. If so, one or both sides are cynically using what they see as the other's gullibility.

Now that this is all cleared up, I hope you will all be a little more honest about things.

Saturday, September 7, 2013

It's vaguely hilarious

That many antinatalists appear to be more confused about what they believe than I am.

Thursday, September 5, 2013

At first I was sceptical of his fringe position...

But then he showed me his blog "Universal Extinction Now" where he blogs as "Red Death Robot" and talks about building hydrogen bombs to cleanse the planet, and my misgivings just melted away.