Coronavirus (COVID19), Reflection #72

Coronavirus (COVID19), Reflection #72

Journaling the Coronavirus (COVID19) Pandemic, Reflection #72 June 1, 2020 So, did you think, when I predicted that an ‘ignition point’ would set off the violence, that I was kidding two months ago? You cannot shut down the economy without shutting down,...
Coronavirus (COVID19), Reflection #71

Coronavirus (COVID19), Reflection #71

Journaling Coronavirus (COVID19) Pandemic, Reflection #71 May 29, 2020   POLICE WARRIOR TRAINING. What do you get, as a member of a social enforcement team or the team itself, if you decide that your million-strong combination of police agencies has 328,000,000...
Coronavirus (COVID19), Reflection #70

Coronavirus (COVID19), Reflection #70

Journaling the Coronavirus (COVID19) Pandemic, Reflection #70 May 29, 2020 I have been writing exactly about what is going on in Minneapolis and other large cities across the U.S. right now. The Floyd George murder. It is not the murder. It is not about the black and...
Coronavirus (COVID19), Reflection #69

Coronavirus (COVID19), Reflection #69

Journaling the Coronavirus (COVID19) Pandemic, Reflection #69 May 29, 2020 The testing sites in Wisconsin have fallen on hard times. Nobody is going to be tested anymore. What happened? Only a week ago the few testing sites were overwhelmed by cars lined up and people...
Coronavirus (COVID19), Reflection #67

Coronavirus (COVID19), Reflection #67

Journaling the Coronavirus (COVID19) Pandemic, Reflection #67 May 21, 2020 Only the Shadow knows… which is a line lifted from an old television/radio series back from when I was a kid. What is ‘shadowing’ and what does it portend for the coming...