LIFE AFTER CORONA: WHAT CAN WE EXPECT?

CORONA TO PUT FINAL NAIL IN INDUSTRIAL ERA’S COFFIN WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM HISTORY? As we speak, the coronavirus has infected less than 3.5 million people globally and killed 246,000. The deadliest pandemic in history – the Spanish Flu of 1918 – killed over 50 million people – more than the World War I (17 million victims). While it is prudent to take precautions – such as practice social distancing, wear masks and gloves – we must not surrender ourselves to fear and panic. Because the mass media and the “liberal” (pink-socialist) politicians want to use this crisis to achieve something they never could in a free society – autocracy.

A CORONA SUPERMOON

The moon last night was as beautiful as it was surprising. My wife and I had no idea this was going to be a full moon, let alone a "supermoon" (the largest moon of this year - when its nearest to Earth) when we went out for our usual sunset walk. About half way through, …