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No, We Are Not ‘All in This Together’

Thank you to everyone who is supporting our students during this tumultuous time of Distance Learning. By now 36 million workers have filed for unemployment benefits—nearly twice as many as had in late March and slightly more than a fifth of the entire workforce. They too will be faced with hard decisions in the near future — Some of them will try to prepare as best they can while the crisis is still in its early stages. Against the background of rising ethno-nationalism, populism, authoritarianism and a pushback against human rights in some countries, the crisis can provide a pretext to adopt repressive measures for purposes unrelated to the pandemic. Sign Up for Our Newsletter Vital reading on politics, literature, and more in your inbox• 380• You hear it while shopping for groceries at the supermarket, see it on billboards that tell you to social distance your way off the street, and in every single ad on TV. Sickened by the lies of history, and how our education system has ruined and failed our childrens' minds, I decided it was time to take a stand and put up real articles of truthful information. Of this much we can be sure: social and economic crises, no matter how severe, cannot in themselves transform, or even substantially change, the political order, which plays a substantial role in determining who suffers the most from such upheavals, to what degree, and why. As many commentators have shown—including , , , and among others —our politics, in particular how public funds are spent, in what amounts, for what purpose, and for whose benefit, are shaped substantially by the power wielded by money. Will the political order produced by inequality prove so durable that fundamental changes cannot occur, except with the assent of those segments of society that gain the most from the status quo? Unemployment benefits help if you are laid off, but much how it will help depends on your ability to access the benefits and where you live. We must make sure they are properly addressed in the response. There are people who are arrogant and ignored all evidence of collapse presented to them ahead of time, and now they are going to suffer for that. The pandemic spread along their wake. Many Americans are far less fortunate. 519• However, COVID cases are on the upswing in California, Mendocino, and the greater Ukiah area. What we got instead was legislation that was weighed down, all too predictably, by a bevy of goodies for the wealthy and politically powerful—the PPP , for example. I am in this for the truth and where ever the truth leads me! They do not care about political affiliations. The clock is already ticking for many of those 3 million workers displaced at the very start of the crisis. what, a beautiful way to live. Understand that there are many sides to this conflict and very few of them are honorable. I for one will never adhere to this "we are all in this together" bullshit, for I will not comply with criminal governments demanding my own servitude, period! Some, such as doctors, are well paid. The gap in between the wealthiest segments of society and the rest has been growing for many years. At the highpoint, there were more than new jobless claims a week, a tenfold increase over the previous record,. But Trump stoked the embers of his flailing effort to upend the election results as his lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, and other members of his legal team met Pennsylvania Republican state senators in Gettysburg. The joint statement is based on the as well as the recommendations in the on data protection, privacy, and human rights. Once the public is trapped into a digital system, they will never be able to trade without using the banks as the middle men, and all transactions will be tracked. Irreconcilable Differences These different types of people are mostly at odds with each other. The novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, has done the same for U. Many have service-providing jobs that pay low wages, and some—baristas, servers, hotel staff, people who deliver food from restaurants—rely on tips as an essential supplement. 900• Most Canadians will recall that shortly after that gawd damn idiot savant of a Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, just shortly after he declared all of Canada on "lock downs" and claimed that we were 'all in this together' went out to his private chalet in nearby Quebec to spend weekends in lavishness and luxury, while the rest of the country was forced to suddenly isolate and live their lives in misery. 0", "enabled": true, "server": "adserver. Why the pandemic has hit some Americans much harder than others cannot be explained without taking account of the increasingly skewed distribution of wealth in the United States, which has grown massively and now approaches levels unseen since the Roaring Twenties. Martha Stewart is quarantining with her driver, housekeeper, and gardener. But of course the criminals want the phrase "We are all in this together" to become another one of their permanent catch phrases embedded in the simple minds of the most gullible and stupid people out there. Richard Rachel Levine whose policies at the Pennsylvania Department of Health introduced coronavirus patients into nursing homes, but made sure to remove his mother from her nursing home. Weekly Newsletter• Just like the fucking bullshit of "social distancing" and of course "wearing masks", we should not believe that propaganda and absolutely not adhere to its true meanings of accepting being locked down like rats and to OBEY what the criminals in our crooked governments continue to dictate! A Joint Statement on Data Protection and Privacy in the COVID-19 response was issued after endorsement by the undersigned UN System Organizations. To get an even more immersive experience, you can put your phone into a cardboard viewer or a headset and fully dive into the world of virtual reality. But those smaller companies acquired by private equity firms were in trouble precisely because they were turned into leveraged assets: the firms took out big loans, using them as collateral. What was essential was who was in charge. The best response is one that responds proportionately to immediate threats while protecting human rights and the rule of law. That means higher-income workers have and, importantly, lower odds of being laid off. In fact, most of them are just like you and me in terms of status and income. The next time you hear anyone saying stupidly that "we are all in this together" in regards to this bullshit "pandemic", let them have it with all barrels and rip that phrase to pieces as well. Here is that article in fact right here in its entirety for everyone to see for themselves, and I do as always have my own thoughts and comments to follow: "We're All In This Together," the sappy title of one of several bad songs, has become the Ministry of Information slogan of the pandemic. By respecting human rights in this time of crisis, we will build more effective and inclusive solutions for the emergency of today and the recovery for tomorrow. Two vaccines are ready for mass production and distribution. The Independents will understand the difference between collectivism and voluntary organization. Tomorrow there will be something else. society through the particular path of its devastation. Furthermore, hospitals in poor and minority neighborhoods are generally less well equipped and also have relative to their population compared to wealthier areas. Politicians, the wealthy and violent racist thugs who break the lockdown rules get a free pass. You accuse him of causing the virus. The differences were much smaller for those born in 1930—fewer than five years, regardless of gender. The difference between essential and non-essential was always a political fiction. As of this writing nearly people have been infected. That said, the cloying tones of the tributes are getting to me. Special Offers from Boston Review. A public health emergency does to a society what a stress test does to a bank or the human body: it reveals, among other things, weakness and vulnerabilities that have built up over time. The Sustainable Development Goals — which are underpinned by human rights — provide the framework for more inclusive and sustainable economies and societies. Three new thrilling VR experiences each week. Together, together, together everyone Together, together, come on, let's have some fun Together, we're there for each other every time Together, together come on, let's do this right Here and now, it's time for celebration I finally figured out yeah yeah That all our dreams have no limitations That's what it's all about come on now Everyone is special in their own way We make each other strong each other strong We're not the same We're different in a good way Together's where we belong We're all in this together Once we know, that we are We're all stars And we see that We're all in this together And it shows, when we stand Hand in hand Make our dreams come true Everybody now Together, together, together everyone Together, together, come on, let's have some fun Together, we're there for each other every time Together, together, come on, let's do this right We're all here yeah And speaking out in one voice We're going to rock the house rock the house The party's on now oh , everybody make some noise Come on, scream and shout We've arrived because we stuck together Champions one and all We're all in this together together Once we know, that we are that we are We're all stars And we see that We're all in this together oh And it shows, when we stand Hand in hand Make our dreams come We're all in this together together When we reach, we can fly Know inside We can make it We're all in this together everyone Once we see, there's a chance That we have And we take it Wildcats, sing along Yeah, you really got it going on Wildcats in the house Everybody say it now Wildcats, everywhere Wave your hands up in the air That's the way we do it Let's get to it Time to show the world We're all in this together oh Once we know, that we are that we are We're all stars And we see that We're all in this together together And it shows, when we stand Hand in hand Make our dreams come We're all in this together When we reach, we can fly Know inside We can make it We're all in this together Once we see, there's a chance That we have And we take it Wildcats, everywhere Wave your hands up in the air That's the way we do it Let's get to it Come on, everyone. The Unprepared The Unprepared are not all alike. Infection rates have also been much higher in neighborhoods with a higher , where minorities are more likely to be concentrated. They need to work, as we all do, and their dedication is admirable and in some cases superhuman. It is sickening to behold at times. She writes about anything that will likely annoy the majority of people, and in her spare time practices immigration law which is bound to annoy at least some people. Biden is expected to stay through the weekend in Rehoboth, before returning to Wilmington for further work on the transition. So many of us are parked in front of our television sets these days, more out of necessity than desire. Much more could have been done. Strengthening economic and social rights bolsters resilience for the long haul. Pritzker's wife and daughter enjoyed the lockdown far from Illinois on their equestrian estate near Palm Beach, and then headed to the 230-acre horse farm in Wisconsin that the Illinois boss had bought his wife as an anniversary present. The was reported in Washington state on January 20. They too are vampires seeking to bleed people dry while using the disaster as cover. is a public health emergency — that is fast becoming a human rights crisis. Then there are the deep ideological divisions within the United States, which is than at any time in recent memory, a reality reflected even in in the media. NTS Notes: Much of this article rips the "We are all in this together" bullshit in the United States, but the facts are that the same goes for right here in Canada. To them, the pandemic is not a curse but a blessing, because it gives them a rationale to take part in a grand subjugation of other people and feel the power they have always wanted to feel. ", "appPromoText": "360 Video is not supported in this browser. We are learning more about this virus every week. Is there tech help available when a student needs it? jpg", "headline": "Your home made simple", "promobrief": "Everything you need to know about owning, buying, or making a home. As mentioned, there are establishment elites that plan to gain from this event while the rest of us suffer; they are NOT on our side or in our boat. The fact that a work is unpublished shall not itself bar a finding of fair use if such finding is made upon consideration of all the above factors. The virus has cut a path of destruction through U. Yesterday we were huddling in our homes in our togetherhood of apartness. The lockdowns existed at the pleasure of the politicians implementing them. While many states provide 26 weeks of benefits, Arkansas and South Carolina provide 20, Alabama 14 plus another 5 to those undergoing state-certified job training , Missouri 13, and North Carolina and Florida only 12. It remains to be seen whether the crisis it has created lays the groundwork for future political debate, or better yet political changes, that reduce these social and economic inequities. The protesters who were told that their protest was non-essential were just protesting for the wrong cause. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Advance Local. Wealth disparities have follow-on effects that are long lasting, become embedded in society, and reproduce themselves over time. 516• The COVID-19 outbreak reveals an unfortunate, longstanding truth. The and at unemployment offices compounded the anxiety experienced by the unemployed. The lies have to land, they have to touch ground, and the facts have to hit people hard before we can then come to an understanding of what we have to do to survive this event. Jews media outlets whine about "covidiots" but the only people they use that slur on are anti-lockdown protesters and innocent people who commit the capital crime of going to a park. If you hated Trump before this, your hatred is magnified tenfold. remembering account, browser, and regional preferences• Factoring in taxes and benefits provided by the government, the income of the top 1 percent by 229 percent between 1979 and 2015 compared to only 46 percent for the bottom 90 percent over the same period. Freedom was slavery, ignorance was knowledge, and being in it together meant that none of us had any say in it. Hospitals in poor and minority neighborhoods are generally less well equipped and also have fewer doctors relative to their population compared to wealthier areas. Lefty author Neil Gaiman decided that he needed to get away from his wife and flew from New Zealand to Scotland. Minority groups tend to live in areas with more air pollution: those refineries, railyards, and automobile repair shops, for example. There are useful idiots and narcopaths out there that thrive in these types of unstable environments. Each false cause is replaced by another big lie. On top of that, at a time when we are reminded repeatedly that the best way to keep the virus at bay is by washing our hands, Native Americans are less likely to have running water at home than households in the rest of the country. We have seen how the virus does not discriminate, but its impacts do — exposing deep weaknesses in the delivery of public services and structural inequalities that impede access to them. Others with low income who are vulnerable to infection include taxi and bus drivers, grocery store clerks, meatpackers many of whom are workers , and fruit and vegetable pickers another profession where many are. In Louisiana the corresponding numbers are 70 and 33 percent, and in Wisconsin, 33 and 7 percent. economy—leisure and hospitality and retail sales—make the lowest average wages of all non-farm workers. They do not care about saving the economy as we know it. Download the USA TODAY app, now with virtual reality and subscribe to our. min", "appPromoTextSecondLine": "Please use Google Chrome, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge. This year, we also provided laptops to the younger students, kindergarten, first- and second-graders. society, and they have an outsize effect in determining who suffers from this pandemic as well as how the government responds. Etsy uses cookies and similar technologies to give you a better experience, enabling things like:• There are deep, growing divisions in U. They want to be the observers, like the Soviet Cheka. 99 as of 02:52 EDT - Details These people are not always elites. Saying no will not stop you from seeing Etsy ads, but it may make them less relevant or more repetitive. Northerntruthseeker will never accept money, personal gifts, or any threats, given for any material posted in this blog. Reprinted with permission from. Those who left included not only the elite, celebrities and billionaires, but the upscale wealthy liberals who keep the Democrats going nationwide. Another report, by , found that 65 percent of working adults lacked the buffer of 6. This is why prepared people have to stick together, organize and protect one another; because the day is coming when they will be targeted as enemies of the collective. But we will not be able to claim that COVID-19 did not give us the opportunity to reflect on what sort of society we live in, where the gains go, and why they go where they do. 7 percent in February, skyrocketed to by the end of April, and may well be higher. Our Technology Team is available to help families virtually on Zoom anytime from 8 a. 6 Limitations on exclusive rights: Fair use40 Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 106 and 106A, the fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching including multiple copies for classroom use , scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright. The PPP has colossally misallocated financial resources. 1 percent from 7 percent in the 1970s to a remarkable 20 percent in 2017. From the start of the pandemic through the end of April—in fewer than three months— of these jobs disappeared from 20 economic sectors, nearly half from hospitality and food services and the retail trade. Already, the a bill that would create a digital dollar and a digital wallet system to replace paper currency. So no, we are not all in this together. Can we please stop running ads that perpetuate this fairy tale, and figure out how to survive as one nation, under God, divided, but still working on it? Still, the pandemic does provide an occasion for a stock-taking, and perhaps a new politics that helps fix some of what ails us. 6 million in those in top 1 percent. No one in the collective can or will note the radical shift from mandatory isolation to mass riots. Reading List: Deep dives from Boston Review's archives, hand-picked by our editors• The division of society into essential and non-essential workers made certain of that by protecting some jobs while eliminating others. The deep, growing divisions in U. Chan School of Public Health found that in the concentration of fine particulate matter make a huge difference in COVID-19 death rates. For the next few days, Biden plans to spend some time focused on his family. Men with incomes in the top 20 percent can expect to live 12. It started slowly, in the earliest days of the pandemic when TV networks would slip in a 10 to 15 second "thank you" to the healthcare workers, flashing pictures of them in masks and begging us to "Stay Safe and Stay Home" for them. This week, however, Biden focused beyond the crisis stateside and on Tuesday, including his nominees for secretary of state, director of national intelligence and U. How well people weather the economic catastrophe, and indeed whether they can recover from it at all, depends substantially on what decile of the income distribution they are in, what level of education they have, what they do for a living—even the color of their skin. Even some of the ideas being proposed for the post-crisis economy, such as an even on digital technology to provide health care and education, will have consequences that work to the detriment of people who have low incomes and lack a college education. The recovery must also respect the rights of future generations, enhancing climate action aiming at carbon neutrality by 2050 and protecting biodiversity. The pandemic along with the economic collapse is going to separate people into clearly definable categories, and many of these groups will be in direct conflict with each other: The Prepared These are the people that saw this event coming ahead of time and spent many months if not many years stocking supplies and training to survive it. We see the disproportionate effects on certain communities, the rise of hate speech, the targeting of vulnerable groups, and the risks of heavy-handed security responses undermining the health response. They can engage in social distancing, while continuing to work from home, while sitting in front of a computer. It means complying with directives, informing on the disobedient, and listening to the experts without asking any questions. Others will join the grasshoppers out of fear and demand a draconian government response. We have tutoring, after school activities, and partnerships with the City of Ukiah ukiah. Yet vast sums went to major national name brands instead of the mom-and-pop shops that were promised assistance. They feel particularly energized within environments that fuel tyranny; they love the feeling of power and will exploit crisis events as an excuse to act as evil as they always wanted to but could not during normal times. These are the people with inherent narcissistic and sociopathic traits within our culture. James Bullard, chair of the St. A human rights lens puts everyone in the picture and ensures that no one is left behind. 7 years longer than those in the bottom 20 percent; for women the difference between the two groups was 13. You can also call our Technology Support Hotline at 707-472-5074 from 8 a. Navigate using your finger or simply move the phone around. Loading Did you scroll all this way to get facts about all in this together? In determining whether the use made of a work in any particular case is a fair use the factors to be considered shall include — 1 the purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes; 2 the nature of the copyrighted work; 3 the amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole; and 4 the effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work. : Your Letters to the Editor for Nov. It demands compliance from us for our assigned roles. Minority students and students with economic challenges are falling behind their peers during Distance Learning. The first strategy requires force and fear, the second strategy does not. The Collectivists Collectivist people will applaud the vast expansion of government power and control, because within their cult religion government is god. Attempting to convince them otherwise is a waste of time. 8 for those relying on Medicare and 90. Willing to fight to see truth come out, and to have the true criminals on our planet exposed for their crimes against humanity. Civic space and press freedom are critical. The virus has simply illuminated this reality—again. They are less likely to or to have. personalized search, content, and recommendations• Three publicly traded —Ashford, Inc. There, they again aired grievances about the election and repeated allegations of Democratic malfeasance that have already disintegrated under examination by courts. Absent success on the political front, after this pandemic we will merely pick up the wreckage and move on—along the same path. Will we see another such phase? These people seem like they would not work well with others, but they do tend to congregate in groups as long as there is mutual gain to be had. And I sure as hell hope that others feel the same way as well. The most common all in this together material is ceramic. 8 percent for the privately insured. That will not change unless outcomes in elections and movements that mobilize popular support reduce the power that dollars especially from , , , and have in determining who has the most political access to, and influence over, politicians, and hence the greatest ability to shape the content and priorities of the political agenda, legislation, and governmental policies. Looking ahead, we need to build back better. Meanwhile, politicians call for national unity and civic mindedness, but their rhetoric cannot obscure the deep social and economic divisions in the country, which will ensure that the sacrifices made and the pain endured on account of COVID-19 will, in material terms, not be shared equitably. Much has already been written about the effects that COVID-19 will have on. Even when low-income workers have employer-provided health care, they are particularly burdened by the rising cost of deductibles, which averaged per individual in 2018—a 150 percent increase within a decade. society have an outsize effect in determining who suffers from this pandemic—as well as how the government responds. But tens of millions of who are at high risk of contracting COVID-19 have incomes well below the national median. In times of great crisis, these creatures tend to rise to the surface and reveal themselves. By Anne Molgaard, UUSD Board of Trustees president Our common enemy is the virus; we are all just trying to get through this with our physical and mental health intact. The best response is one that responds proportionately to immediate threats while protecting human rights and the rule of law. Some of us are managing to keep our mental health on an even keel, and some of us are plunged into the abyss. Boston Events: Boston Review-sponsored events in the Boston area• Apple and Google as well and are ready to launch tracking apps whenever the government is ready to write them into law. We don't just tell incredible stories, we let you live the experience in fully immersive environments. Just the other day I was at the grocery store, not wearing a mask. apply to all content you upload or otherwise submit to this site. The difficulties facing many of the hardest-hit Americans are aggravated by rising inequality—and its various adverse side effects. Collectivism is a lie that conceals the humbug wizards behind the curtains, and the oligarchies that make the decisions. As of today, the soonest UUSD will be eligible to open to in-person instruction is the end of January 2021. Moreover, 48 percent did not have readily-available savings totaling 2. They know will never be at the top of the power totem pole, so they ride the coattails of tyranny and feed on whatever scraps of power they can get. COVID-19 will divide more than it unites, effectively worsening the disparities that have existed for years. Christine Flowers is a Philadelphian who loves the Eagles but can leave the cheesesteaks. Ask Wisconsin's Justice Rebecca Dallet who opposed the court decision ending the state lockdown, warning, "Wisconsinites will pay the price", before allegedly going on a boat trip. As I said then, human rights cannot be an afterthought in times of crisis — and we now face the biggest international crisis in generations. Take Zoom-based college courses. But they also serve as an essential warning system — highlighting who is suffering most, why, and what can be done about it. Similarly, because they live in communities with overcrowded housing, inadequate health care, and a proportionately greater incidence of , Native Americans are at for infection and death relative to much of the rest of the country. Policies dedicated to reducing inequality and protecting those most exposed to economic crises emerged in the 1930s and the 1960s, in part because continued political stability required them. And how about Doug Ford going to his cottage after telling everyone else that they can't go to their cottages? Of course, this is not the ideal way to teach, especially our young students. They will ask for help where needed, but they will try to do the best they can to endure the crisis without trying to force others to make things easier for them. We can know that the vaccine is coming, AND we can follow basic public health steps at the same time. They would have to borrow the money or fall back on credit cards. They live decent hard working lives and they are mostly innocent in all of this. Those working in one of the hardest hit segments of the U. They are not alone: nationwide, are in the same predicament. secure account login• how to lose and find themselves in the eyes of soneone they don't knowe and i want then all to feel like they're not alone, that we're all in this together, end i hope that never change se inagine that. Poetry Matters: Weekly Poetry Newsletter• Human rights responses can help beat the pandemic, putting a focus on the imperative of healthcare for everyone. And people in low-paying jobs are much less likely to have the savings needed to ride out prolonged unemployment. Photographs showed hundreds—in some cases, —of cars lined up around the nation seeking food aid and other basic household goods.。 。 。 。 。 。

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