Not really. There's a difference between a third party knowing what choices you'll make, and you actually making those choices. Many movies and philosophies have played with this very idea. The Oracle told Neo, "you've already made the choice... now, you're here to understand that choice." Ironically, This is honestly fairly accurate to real life. The idea that you are making your choices every day, instead of the programming you've received as a child is... in itself... up for debate. Most people are running on their programs, whether they like to believe it or not. They don't know why they choose plastic instead of paper... why they max out their credit cards, etc. A lot of that stuff is emotional and not really chosen. This story and basically all religion is basically a metaphor for exactly this; the idea that much of our lives are pre-destined through our subconscious actions. The Diests came up with their own explanation.... the scientoligists... etc. Most civilizations come up with an explanation for this very idea. It's kind of silly to argue that you have the definitive answer to this question. If it's confusing or seeming like a paradox, that's because it is. But take it up with every origin story that exists, basically.