Monthly Archives: May 2020

Diary of a Plague Year Part 7

Life During Pandemic[1] Month three in lockdown and it’s time for another Justin Trudeau Moment, as he steps out like Evil Spock[2]   in a dark blue overcoat, doing his best President in the Rose Garden act. Fitting that the … Continue reading

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COVID19 lockdown policies spark civil rights concerns

With governments scrambling to contain the spread of coronavirus amid conflicting and often dubious reports of its mortality rates, civil liberties advocates are concerned that some might be going too far. This includes unprecedented “crowd control” legislation such as “social … Continue reading

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Diary of a Plague Year Parts 4–6

The State of Resistance Better to die on your feet than live on your knees. —Midnight Oil, “Power and the Passion” People hate the truth because its fire demands that they feed the light with their bones, not just their … Continue reading

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