Armstrong Economics Blog/Opinion Re-Posted Jun 13, 2021 by Martin Armstrong
Animals are fascinating. I have noticed with my dog she is very smart and she will communicate with her eyes. She gets a certain look and I know she is ready to play. Then a friend has a newborn and she was so gentle with it that there was a clear understanding that this was a baby. If I say you want to go shopping she runs to the front door. If I say you want to go for a walk, she runs to the back door. She understands far more than I ever credited a dog for.
Likewise, there are videos of how a gorilla bonded with a mom who also had a newborn. Leopard Takes Care Baby Baboon After Hunting Its Mother. The question this brings to mind is rather stark. Are animals more respectful than humans? There certainly seems to be a total lack of ethics, integrity, or respect in the halls of Capitol Hill.
This certainly raises the question of there was any validity whatsoever to the story that Romulus and Remus were raised by a she-wolf. Perhaps they were suckled at first and someone raised them. There is certainly plenty of evidence that suggests such things are not totally fiction.
A loyal dog follows an ambulance to the hospital to be with his owner. You know what they say, lock your dog in the trunk of one car and your spouse in the other and see which one is happy to see you when you open the trunk in 10 minutes.