Friday, October 6, 2017

Wild Horses

Zebras, horses, and other herd animals frighten Donald Trump! Trump also fears germs (mysophobia) but usually limits his Mal-adaptive behavior to avoiding handshakes (see cell phones below).

Equinophobia or hippophobia is a psychological fear of horses. Equinophobia is a mix of Greek φόβος (phóbos), meaning "fear" and Latin word equus, meaning "horse". Hippophobia is derived from the two Greek words fear (phóbos) and horse, ἵππος (híppos).

Trump was also frightened by a Bald Eagle

Donald Trump fell out with Chris Christie on election night when Christie ask Trump to speak to Obama on his (Christie's) call phone, not Trump's cell phone. (germs!)

Wild horses in Nevada could be sold for slaughter in Trump plan

Last week, when a federal judge lifted a temporary restraining order clearing the way for the sale of 149 unbranded wild horses captured by the Fort McDermitt Paiute and Shoshone Tribe in northern Nevada, wild mustang advocates reacted swiftly.

Velma Bronn Johnston a.k.a. “Wild Horse Annie”

I grew up in the Reno area... we used to say "no amount of beer could make Wild Horse Annie look good..."

Mustangs are a living part of America's History. Not the "white washed" history Trump is promoting. (Maybe Trump also fears educated "other than white" voters.) BTW: Xenophobia is the fear of that which is perceived to be foreign - Mexicans? Islamophobia is the "fear of Islam." Beware: "The Silent Rise of Christophobia & Afrophobia!"

Another advocacy group HERE.

For perspective, Coronado's expedition through present-day Arizona and New Mexico took place eighty years before the Mayflower landed on Plymouth Rock.

Mustangs are an American horse breed descended from abandoned horses originating brought from Spain during the early SPANISH conquest of the Americas. They are classified within the larger grouping of the Colonial Spanish horse, a type that today is now rare in Spain. Oh, mustangs are from Spanish Conquistadors! Mustangs are from Spanish Conquistadors!

Can't have THAT!

Horses are MORE than political!



Simple: "How wild horses of the West would die under Trump budget"

In Hindu Brihadaranyaka, the horse is linked to Varuna and as such, is equated to the cosmos. Additionally, a white (pale) horse is believed to be the final incarnation of Vishnu.

In Buddhism the horse is symbolic of energy and effort in the practice of dharma.

In Christianity, the pale horse...

Now I am no "End-timer." (What do 'End Timers' believe about all this religious nonsense?” They happily believe that we sinners left behind will suffer the Tribulation.) From a fish to a pale horse... sound familiar?

Ask a mustang!

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