by Fred E. Foldvary, Senior Editor
The anti-nature tyrants continue their persecution of God's creation, this time in Texas. They think that when a mother feeds her baby the way nature intended, this is a crime that must be punished severely. If the Texas Tyrants believe in God, they must think that God is evil, since God created the pornography of breast feeding. If the tyrants are simply atheists who hate nature, they must also be communists, because they don't believe that mother's milk is private property which the State has no business interfering with.
In Latin America, people are closer to nature than Anglo North Americans. They have retained the ancient Native American recognition that human beings are animals, and in particular, humans are mammals. Mammals feed their children milk from the mother's breast. Indeed, the very word "mammal" comes from the mammary glands that produce milk. Mother's milk provides health benefits to babies, including helping them develop their immune system. In Latin America, it is common to see women feeding their children even in public view.
Europeans once also did not consider it evil when a baby drinks from mother's breast. During the Middle Ages, there were paintings showing Baby Jesus suckling at the breast of mother Mary. There were often halos over both, indicating that this was a holy rather than obscene moment. But now, in Texas, such a painting would be considered to be pornographic.
The Anglo culture in the United States has become alienated from nature. Americans destroy and pollute the natural environment. We eat highly processed food far removed from the natural ingredients. We have dress codes to make sure we fully cover our bodies with textiles, preferably synthetic. No shoes, no shirt? No service. No pants? Go to jail.
Americans have been led to believe that natural sunlight, which has been falling on humans for two million years, will kill us. So we spend most of our time under artificial lighting, not bothering to investigate the long-run health effects of partial-spectrum lighting. It does not occur to Synthetic Man that human beings evolved under natural sunlight, and that the human body ingests light the way it ingests oxygen, water, and food, and the formula matters.
Our culture is increasingly commercial and artificial, produced for mass consumption. No longer do we sit around the camp fire singing traditional folk songs. Instead of learning and identifying with our natural ancestral history, we make up fantasy space-ship histories, which we much prefer. Now even our basic food -- corn, beans, beef -- are increasingly engineered into genetically synthetic plantoids and animaloids, as the natural genetic line is lost.
In the April 17, 2003, issue of the Dallas Observer, Thomas Korosec's article, "1-Hour Arrest," relates the story of the Peruvian immigrant mother who took a photo of her son suckling her left breast, and had the film developed at a one-hour photo lab. Evidently nobody told her that by US and Texas law, the photo developers are legally required to report any sexually suspicious photographs. Breast feeding is highly suspicious in the US, breast-feeding images being a second-degree felony in Richardson, Texas, where she and her mate live. She had also taken photos of her infants in the bath, not realizing that traditional Latin American "baby in the bath" photos can be considered pornographic in the US. Unlike Americans, who think babies need to wear bathing suits, most Latin Americans do not see any evil in young children bathing in their natural state.
The article states that the woman and her mate were charged with "sexual performance of a child, a second-degree felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison. The charges centered on a single photo, the breast-feeding shot." In other words, when a baby in Texas feeds from its mother's breast, it is considered a sexual act and a sexual performance.
The article continues, "a caseworker with the Dallas County Child Protective Services Unit of the Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services took custody of the children and recommended to a family judge that they be placed in a foster home. The caseworker's notes state that a supervisor, acting on the content of the photos alone, decided that 'the children needed to be removed from their mother's care.'" As of the date of the article, the children remained under the custody of the State of Texas.
Since a breast-feeding Texas baby is considered to be engaging in sexual conduct, Texas authorities could arrest mothers who are suspected of breast-feeding even in their own homes, if someone tattle-tales. With new electronic technology that can see through walls, nature-hating tyrants will soon be able to enforce laws against home breast-feeding. Texas mothers will be forced to feed genetically-engineered pasteurized and homogenized formula milk harboring hormones and pesticides to their babies.
People need to be informed that it can be de-facto illegal in the "Land of the Free" for someone to commercially develop photos of babies in the bath or breast-feeding. Photo developers are legally required to report such suspicious photos. Unfortunately, many readers will not be able to read such warnings on the Internet in schools or libraries, because the speech fascists have installed software that filters out obscene words such as "breast."
With digital cameras, photographers no longer need to use commercial photo developers. The anti-nature tyrants of Texas and other States, as well as federal authorities, are probably now working overtime to plug up this loophole. They may require digital cameras to be programmed to detect such photos and to contain radio transmitters to automatically report this to the police. Camera manufacturers will be forbidden to inform buyers that the cameras contain such software and internal radios. It would be enforced with zero tolerance, using asset forfeiture to confiscate the home of a breast-feeding mother. Nothing is too draconian for the anti-nature fascists. Watch for such further developments in the government's War on Nature.
-- Fred Foldvary
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