Red Pillers aren’t exactly big fans of single mothers, whom they blame for assorted social pathologies and generally refuse to date. But what about the missing fathers? Are they to blame for deserting the mothers in the first place?
According to Red Pillers, not so much.
In one recent Red Pill subreddit discussion of the issue, a Red Piller called aDrunkenWhaler offers what we can only call a eugenic defense of deadbeat dads.
Just saw a clip of a mother stork picking up her perfectly healthy baby and throwing him from the nest, to his death. The reason is to increase the chances of survival of her other 2 baby storks. Nature is cruel in that way.
Of course, we’re not animals. But let’s say you have a baby with a screwed up piece of shit woman that goes far and beyond to destroy your life and sanity, and uses your child against you without caring [s]he’s fucking him up in the process, explain to me, since you have no posibility to change anything, why is it the ultimate cowardice to walk away?
Because you’re the father of the child and bear equal responsibility for their life?
Why is it beta to not let yourself sucumb to a life of neverending drama and arguments, if not way worse? … Why not focus on other things, like having a good life, building a family with a good woman and raising good kids that actually have a chance in the world?
So you’re basically sacrificing the life of the kid you had with the single mother, treating it the same way the stork treated her “extra” baby?
Also, another food for thought, if your kid that turned out fucked in the head because of his mother commits some fellonies, maybe even kill a couple of people, and you could help get him released if you would burn some evidence, would you do it? If yes, why? Just because you shot some sperm on a one night stand at some point in your life?
Sort of telling that the closest thing to an act of nurturing this guy can come up with is … helping your hypothetical son get away with murder.
I just hope aDrunkenWhaler always wears a condom. No kid deserves to have a father like him.
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