But, Without Government, Who Would Run a Legal Extortion Racket that Disenfranchises the Self-Employed?

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Colorado’s Absurd War on Online Dog Walking Services:
http://reason.com/archives/2017/05/03/colorados-absurd-war-on-online-dog-walki

() In over 10,000 cities in all 50 states, the online platform Rover offers pet owners the ability to connect with walkers and sitters with the ease that characterizes the growing sharing economy. There are over 100,000 people who earn money by working with the platform and Rover is just one of many “pet sharing” sites.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: But, without government, who would run a legal extortion racket that not only disenfranchises individuals from self-employment, but also artificially eliminates competition for larger businesses, in the process?

Owners Who Look Like Their Pets

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following artwork here, being shared by the page, “Globalism Exposed,” and originally posted it to the wall of family, along with commentary…

"Owners Do Look Like Their Pets"

“Owners Do Look Like Their Pets”

My Commentary: LOLZ!

The Genocidal Truths Surrounding the So-Called “Discovery” of America

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

"A depiction of Columbus’ hunting dogs feeding on natives."

“A depiction of Columbus’ hunting dogs feeding on natives.”

7 Myths and Atrocities of Christopher Columbus That Will Make You Cringe:
http://usuncut.com/world/7-myths-and-atrocities-of-christopher-columbus-that-will-make-you-cringe/

() (Inspired by Vince Schilling‘s article for Indian Country Today Media Network: Read it here.)

In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue, so goes the elementary school rhyme. But Columbus also committed numerous crimes against humanity that we never learned about in school. This coming Monday, whenever you see a status update or tweet mentioning Columbus Day, share this article in response. On the anniversary of Columbus’ landing, it’s important for everyone to remember that Christopher Columbus was one of the most evil men to ever walk the earth, and that the myths propagated about him were completely wrong.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: I discovered and read “Bartoleme de Las Casas, Brief Account of the Devastation of the Indies. (1542)” in the public library when I was around 9 or 10 years old, and innocently searching for any information I could find on the Native American portion of my family’s ancestry. It changed my views on EVERYTHING, FOREVER… Needless to say, the very first thing to go was any semblance of trust that I had in public schooling. Never again would allow the institution to “interfere with my education” (to paraphrase Mark Twain)…

Bartoleme de Las Casas, Brief Account of the Devastation of the Indies. (1542)
http://www.swarthmore.edu/SocSci/bdorsey1/41docs/02-las.html

Green Party Presidential Candidate Criminally-Charged for Spray Painting on Dakota Access Pipeline Equipment, While Police Who Brutalize Protesters Remain Free to Engage in More Abuse

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Green Party Presidential candidate, Jill Stein, prepares to spray paint on blade of bulldozer located on the Dakota Access Pipeline site

Green Party Presidential candidate, Jill Stein, prepares to spray paint on blade of bulldozer located on the Dakota Access Pipeline site

Jill Stein Charged For North Dakota Pipeline Protest:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/jill-stein-north-dakota-protest_us_57d07a55e4b06a74c9f264de

A sheriff’s department in North Dakota filed charges against the U.S. Green Party presidential candidate, Jill Stein, for damaging equipment during protests on Tuesday over construction of an oil pipeline.

Stein was part of a group protesting the Dakota Access pipeline and spray-painted construction equipment, the Morton County Sheriff’s Department said. Stein does not dispute the account. The department said Stein and her running mate Ajamu Baraka was charged with criminal trespass and criminal mischief.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: Spray paint on digging equipment? You’ll be charged with “damaging equipment” and “criminal mischief.”

Sic dogs on, and maul, peaceful protesters? No charges.

Discussing the Truth Behind Pavlov’s “Conditioning” Experiments

The following debate originally took place on my Facebook wall, upon my post, “The Truth Behind Pavlov’s ‘Conditioning’ Experiments“…

Rayn

"Watch what I can make Pavlov do. As soon as I drool, he'll smile and write in his little book."

“Watch what I can make Pavlov do. As soon as I drool, he’ll smile and write in his little book.”

Intriguing… Illustrations of Pavlov’s “conditioning” experiments never seem to include “the saliva catch container and tube surgically implanted in the dog’s muzzle”:

The stuffed, mounted remains of one of the many dogs used in Pavlov's "conditioning" experiments. It is currently located at the Pavlov Museum in Ryazan, Russia

The stuffed, mounted remains of one of the many dogs used in Pavlov’s “conditioning” experiments. It is currently located at the Pavlov Museum in Ryazan, Russia

Yet, this information is available even through Wikipedia!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivan_Pavlov#Legacy

Most fail to realize that Pavlov’s experiments were conducted on children, as well, complete with surgical implantation of saliva-catching apparatus:
http://www.disclose.tv/action/viewvideo/68562/Pavlov_s_Brutal_Experiments_on_Children/

A still shot from "Mechanics of the Brain," a 1926 Soviet documentary film about Pavlovian "conditioning." The child in this picture has been surgically implanted with a saliva-catching apparatus for the purposes of behavioral experimentation

A still shot from “Mechanics of the Brain,” a 1926 Soviet documentary film about Pavlovian “conditioning.” The child in this picture has been surgically implanted with a saliva-catching apparatus for the purposes of behavioral experimentation

Another still shot from "Mechanics of the Brain." Like the child above, the dog in this picture has been surgically implanted with a saliva-catching device, for the purposes of behavioral experimentation

Another still shot from “Mechanics of the Brain.” Like the child above, the dog in this picture has been surgically implanted with a saliva-catching device, for the purposes of behavioral experimentation

This man is a criminal, in my book! His “science” should have served as multiple exhibits in his court trial!

Stan H.: Maybe he is technically not a criminal because this practice was acceptable back then. . .

Rachel S.: i agree with stan. this was acceptable back then even though its inhumane nowadays.

Jordan K.: WTF… at one point slavery and rape were acceptable too?

Stan H.: In some 3rd World countries, it probably still “is”. Good point Jordan. Our societies are fucked!

Rayn: That’s EXACTLY why I said that he’s a criminal “in my book,” Stan and Rachel (although, I don’t doubt that others would feel the same as I do, once presented with the harrowing facts at hand). According to even Wiki, “Pavlov was highly regarded by the Soviet government, and he was able to continue his research until he reached a considerable age. He was praised by Lenin.” Aww! How sweet! What a cozy little relationship he had with the USSR! But, it’s as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, “Never forget that everything Hitler did in Germany was legal.” Truth!

Man-made laws concocted by bloated parasite governments DO NOT constitute human morality! In all reality, even at age two, I would have reacted with the same level of disgust and anger in witnessing Pavlov’s unconscionable experimentation on dogs and children as I do today, if not more, since I would have been unable to process “why?”

Stan H.: I’m under the impression that society in general accepted Pavlov’s practices for experimentation at the time and did not feel it too intrusive at the time, but I really have no idea. Damn you and your salivating dogs Pavlov!!

Rayn: Never make the mistake of confusing society with government, Stan. If you haven’t already done so, be sure to read Common Sense, by Thomas Paine, as the work lays out the difference clearly, there! And, after all, it IS the inspiration for America’s Declaration of Independence. 🙂

http://www.constitution.org/tp/comsense.htm