Monday, June 25, 2012

Someone said this on Facebook:

To prevent the situation that animal owners got into, animal owners needed to place being good to each other above all other considerations. To get ourselves out of that situation, the same solution applies.

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Humane Feelings Used As Psychological Torture

I just wrote this on Facebook:

"The bait is the idea of humane care of animals and inflicting the minimum of pain. Zero tolerance, a bait and switch game, sets the hook that comes with the bait. The perpetrators use your compassion against you. They think that they have a natural right to own the issue, your person, and your resources.

The ones who think that way are always less. I've been persuaded at times that they have a stronger grip on reality. Then I realize that it is not the embrace of a lover, but the strangling grip of, well, someone who is not so loving.

I can say that. They define themselves by behavior that aggresses against other humans and living things, that destroys to further an agenda, and that isn't smart.

This was in response to a blog entry by The Naughty Tobiano about the definition of the term "humane."  You can read Nathan Winograd's "Redemption" and see that the term has been abused for over a century, for monetary gain and to further agendas.  If I am going to have to define the word, it might as well be for a human-animal agenda that allows humans the same privileges as animals, to be free to cohabit with or to eat whatever species we want.  It's been hard for this to be an agenda because the normal course of things is not an "agenda," it is what we do because we are human.

People like to inflict a minimum of pain and like to give pleasure, although anhedonia can set in, the aversion to pleasure.  I'm not even going to try to paste together a Greek word for a phobia against pleasure this morning.  Pleasure dissolves pain and works to defeat neurosis.  Then we worry too much about where we got the charge.  There is a certain amount of permissible exploitation of animals and exploitation in and of itself is a good thing.  The usual suspects try to twist the meaning of the word, but their behavior shows that they will exploit the animals with far more ruthlessness and they will destroy what people have built.  Their whole point is to identify those who are "not us" as needful of being destroyed.  Most of our social problems are caused by people who define other people as social problems.  At the bottom of such there is usually some kind of ripoff.  If they accuse you, you will find that they do that so that they can exploit your animals, and they will be ruthless and destructive.

Friday, June 8, 2012

Can we handle the truth?

It seems like in every European-influenced nation the fight against big cat ownership is a religious war that they can deny even exists.  I don't know that Judaism, Zoroastrianism, or even Catholicism were called "religions" in the beginning, or even Jainism.

A religious war would not fly in the 21st century in any Renaissance culture.  However, a war over junk science definitely can and does, and instead of "my God is bigger than your God" it's "my science says kill you."  But they really can't say "kill" so they have to take our lives by taking our animals.  The animal extremists hide a crap religion behind junk science and scientists fall in line so they won't get fired or set on fire.

Dominion religions are simply gangs of thieves.  They might well have some genuine stuff, but the dominators captured it and make it a weapon.  One has to practice in secret to practice true worship. 

Animal worship has more than one real reason.  What could possibly be better than human and God in a close symbiotic relationship where between you and the animal, you can feel the Presence? 

And I'm watching Richard Hoagland right now and he just said that the religionists say that the truth will kill us and we have to be protected form it.  Here we are.  To me the truth includes the vital force itself, and love, and what a loving relationship does for humans and animals.  That is an ultimate truth.  I know the truth when it climbs up in my lap and wants me to hug it.  Look what the truth thinks of me. 

You can read Oliver Twist and gain an understanding of the humane societies and the extremists, and you can read Hal Lindsay's "The Late, Great Planet Earth" and gain some understanding, and Richard Hoagland, and Wayne Dyer.

People have actually told me that I was insane and schizophrenic because I see all these connections.  Me, I think it's just plain intellectual honesty.