About

I choose to place my full faith in the Individual rights and responsibilities given to me by the “I AM THAT I AM,” rather than be enslaved by traditions, groupthink, doublethink, percentages, statistics, “majority rules,” blind acquiescence, or any other human-made devices, rules, or laws that promote society’s function as a whole over the rights and responsibilities of the individuals that constitute it. Society was made for and by individuals; individuals weren’t made for and by society. When society becomes a whole over those that make it up, it ceases being organically, individually driven in humanity’s ever-evolving wisdom, understanding, and knowledge, and instead, in its own proud, self-deemed perfection, it chooses to seek unity in uniformity, and harmony in homogeny. Ruling over its subjects with a tightening grip, it slowly demands of them that they conform to the sum of their average, and eventually, to the sum of their lowest common denominator. A system of this nature first quashes uniqueness in favor of regularity – intelligence in favor of stupidity – innocence in favor of guilt – and finally, all strengths in favor of weaknesses. It does not seek to improve humanity, but, rather, to impose the will of the last generation over the next – and the next, and the next. And, since this system is given its power by the Individual – only the Individual can take it back!

In short, I am a writer, a poet, an artist, an emcee, and an Autistic Self-Advocate, promoting Truth, Justice, Liberty and Peace through the Individual Sovereignty of Voluntaryism and the Non-Aggression Principle.

(note: the vast majority of the blog entries contained within this website are from various writings I originally posted upon Facebook through my personal account, and have been retrodated to reflect the time that they were first published through that platform)

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9 Responses to About

  1. Chris Cory says:

    I’m just starting to delve in to the site. But I really like the “About” statement. I can see you really put time into the specific wording used. Thank God for brains! And people who UTILIZE them and actually say something (yes…say something).

    Peace,

    Chris

  2. Dean Paul Larsh says:

    I just found your website – impressive, analytical and still impassioned. Being a fellow aspie, I can appreciate the multiple descriptives and nouns within sentences as, due to modern base english, one cannot appropriately describe situations others aren’t familiar with without doing so. I used to be a fellow ‘infowarrior’ and even had my own internet radio program for a number of years (look up my 4 shared.com file under dplarsh) and, even if I don’t agree with another researcher, I can still applaud their efforts to unshackle their fellow human beings from the matrix.

    • Rayn says:

      I appreciate your visit, Dean! And, it’s good to know that you have found me through my contributions to the Asperger’s community! 🙂 And, it’s awesome to hear that you once considered yourself an “info-warrior,” even if you no longer do! I MUST hear your radio program, so I will be sure to look it up! Thanx for your applause, and for understanding what I am trying to do, here! Feel free to visit again, anytime!

  3. Dean Paul Larsh says:

    Hi Rayn;
    I apologize for taking so freaking long to respond to your reply. A month after entering my opinion, here, we had our first (and likely only) child, Keturah, and within weeks returned back to America from Romania. So, being a relocated father of a beautiful baby girl (who is growing like crazy), plus the death of my father in the meantime, has placed not a few demands on whatever time I could spend in looking back at my footprints.
    Now to your comments: I’d send you attachments, here, but I don’t believe they’d stick. As for my radio program archives: they can be obtained from either http://www.libertytreeradio.4mg.com or http://www.pbn.4mg.com. As of early ’09, they would cost me (as their host) $40.00 for a DVD of about 3 years worth of weekly radio programs. I just hope the price hasn’t changed, and that this is affordable to you, and that you know of not a few Canadians who can use the information in them.
    see you again 🙂
    sincerely, Dean

  4. Dean Paul Larsh says:

    P.S. If you’re interested in them, you can contact me via e-mail for my writings and research. 🙂

  5. Dave says:

    Gday Ryan,

    I stumbled upon your website while looking into classical conditioning/Pavlov’s Dog and noticed something that confuses me a little.

    You believe that “I AM THAT I AM ” is God. Do you believe that Jesus is His Son ?

  6. Dave says:

    Ops excuse the typo Rayn :/

  7. CLIFFORD THORNTON says:

    Rayn,

    You truly hold unique, provocative, and admirable perspectives. It’s refreshing to hear your philosophies. I share many of your views. I was drawn to your article on Anderson Cooper. I was recently made aware of many of these facts about him. But, I suspected that. He doesn’t seem or act human when on camera; he’s very robotic. And now I better understand why. I fully agree that we must support the individual, yet more and more we are being pushed into group-think and more problematic those who display expression outside of this are chastised to the Nth degree. During this past election cycle, the level of vermin, personal attacks, etc. that I and others have received when they expressed views outside of the “mainstream” on social media platforms like Facebook was unbelievable. I don’t know if these people are hired or are just so “programmed” that they strike out at anyone who challenges their assumptions, logic, etc.. It’s a real problem, because in a way this is an attack on individual freedoms and liberties. This is how mind control works and for those who have studied history, understand how dangerous this can be for any society. And it’s surprising that there is not more discussion around what is happening or what has happened. For example the bias our mainstream media demonstrated during the election process/campaigning. But, it’s not just limited to this; it also pertains to many other issues regarding education, healthcare, military spending, etc.. The good news is, I see many people waking up, calls for discussion on issues which have been put aside for too long. I think people (around the world) are waking up to the fact that they have been lied to, their political leadership is not leading in their interest, and that their voices and concerns are not being heard and addressed. I think the world has turned a page and the coming years will define where the world is headed politically, economically, and philosophically. Given this, I applaud your efforts to support individual expression and rights. There must be societal consideration, but to label, categorize, “bucketize” individuals is fruitless, careless, and will lead to the path of false presumptions. Thanks for your work!

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