( From Feb 8) China is in the news again today. Dr. Li Wenliang, censored and punished in China for fear mongering because he tried to warn people before the current Wuhan Virus outbreak, has died of the disease. This should be a lesson to us all on the topic of censorship. Prevalent in dictatorships and experiencing popularity growth in contemporary democracies, it stifles free thought and destroys government transparency. It allows for exploitation, abuse of power and is the enemy of freedom everywhere. The sure thing about the Coronavirus; we aren’t paying much attention to the Hong Kong protests or the Uighur Concentration camps right now.