Let I be considered an insurrectionist or a domestic terrorist. In this post and succeeding posts in this era of crimes against the state, I am asking questions.
I have no opinions.
It is my understanding that the host of this blog, Google, has announced a ban on YouTube for speech that would create a conflict. I am not certain about what Google feels is not in the best interest of their policy and the public policy.
I do hope that Google launches a "badge" program to show that published blogspot posts have been approved, then like a Good Housekeeping Seal I can proudly display it.
I just did a cursory "online" search about travel trends for 2021 and beyond, and there is a deafening silence about travel sector stats, even lacking an analysis of those who can travel and their travel trends.
This "lack of" travel sector 2021 and beyond stats makes me want to ask questions.
For instance, is travel in 2021 and beyond a "private thing"?
Are the "privileged" who can travel reluctant to talk about it?
At least not unless they are "discovered" like so many of the global world's newest "privileged" we elect to govern us because we aren't smart enough to "crib" the global system?
Why is it that the "celebrity" class now post Instagram's of their "social good works"? Where they are going for some R & R? and will their "social" travel postings be "private" too?
Will the new global world's "toilers" be the "travel service" class for "the "privileged" travel class? Will the "toilers" be doing all the tasks to "free up" the pursuits of those who dominate in the dominant global order.
Is "travel" for everyone the primary fallout from the Covid 19 pandemic?
I leave you with one interpretation of travel I
found on the internet: "go
from one place to another, typically over a distance of some length."
The problem I have in this new era of "no opinions," or "an opinion" at your peril," I can only ask questions that are not "negative" or "positive." If I suggested in any way a "negative" by asking a challenging question, I am not responsible for the interpretation of what is necessarily a subjective view of what words can convey.