A Self-Educated Chicken


Joe Tittiger's picture

The question goes... What is the difference between a libertarian and an anarchist?

answer: About 6 years. :-D

Suverans2's picture

This official government letter, on official government letterhead, explained to us that they had primary authority over the education of our[sic] children. ~ A Self-Educated Chicken by Debbie Harbeson

Over "their children", Debbie, over "their children". When one voluntarily, albeit and notwithstanding ignorantly, turns himself (or herself) into chattel (cattle) property, EVERYTHING that he (or she) acquires/produces, he (or she) acquires/produces for his (or her) master, and that includes the children that are produced.

Quicpuid acquiritur servo, acquiritur domino. Whatever is acquired by the servant, is acquired for the master. 15 Bin. Ab. 327. (Ibid.)

We sold our "birthright", our natural liberty, for a "mess of pottage", for government benefits.

Que sentit commodum, sentire debet et onus. He who derives a benefit from a thing, ought to feel the disadvantages attending it. 2 Bouv. Inst. n. 1433. ~ Bouvier's 1856 Law Dictionary

The biggest "benefit" is "protection", which brings with it the biggest "disadvantage", of course, which is "subjection".

Protectio trahit subjectionem, subjectio projectionem. Protection draws to it subjection, subjection, protection. Co. Litt. 65. (Ibid.)

SUBJECTION, n. ...2. The state of being under the power, control and government of another... ~ Webster's 1828 American Dictionary of the English Language

It's exactly like a cow that has his master's chattel number in her ear, the master will feed it, water it, medicate it, immunize it, confine it, and certain other things, as the master sees fit, and when she produces a calf, it doesn't belong to her, or the bull that sired it, it belongs to her master, and that master will "educate" it as he sees fit.