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 Class War Battlefield Podcast 
 Vphiamer Adis (Host)
 Mahoka Mwako Asili Temple  
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NOTE: The first part of this episode was recorded in the early days of this COVID-19 Pandemic coming to America

Class War Battlefield Episode 2020.05.00
When Disbelief is Replaced by Reality, Reflections on COVID-19
I am only human, recording this first part of a multi-part episode exposes that fact. I speak candidly about my own disbelief, a disbelief made more maddening by an illness that rattled my bones. Venturing out to see the panicked customers stripping bare the grocery story shelves was utterly shocking; as was watching the number of those infected climb. When I recorded this video, the state I reside in – New York, was clearly the national leader or pandemic epicenter (for this country and) for cases reported, just how far ahead they would sprint was unclear to me at the time. Always a “glass half full” kind of guy, a guy who wants to know “why is the glass only half full”, I ponder what we might extract from this pandemic. Because the crisis was still unfolding, because so little about its length was known, I was struggling to answer that question outright. Yet, my previous episode, which asked the question, what is the role of government, led my answer and my conclusions. If you haven’t listened to that episode please do, I think you’ll find its content very timely.

Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2020.05.01
Into the Pandemic Covered Viewing Glass
Here we go into the unknown – “it’s the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine”! Okay, maybe quoting REM isn’t appropriate here, but lets be serious, how many of you from that generation have been thinking about that song revolving around your inner-mind? That song doesn’t make an appearance in this podcast, but overproduction does, so doesn’t the approaching conversation over globalization. And, so doesn’t the anti-petrodollar movement both Gaddafi and Sadam mistakenly tried to ignite in order to rid themselves of America’s heavy handed rules. Both are connected, byway Apple and Wal-Mart offshoring jobs to fit in with the Neoliberal clubhouse they so badly wanted into. I speak very briefly on the bailout, how $1200 dollars will not be enough to live on for two weeks, to say nothing about a month. I have a lot to say about China’s concerns over the ending of globalization, something I know I’ll talk about more in the coming months.

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