We would post on a widespread disaster. But an individual act of madness and tragedy, we may not post on.
We do all share the sadness and sense of tragedy that such a senseless act evokes. But we may leave coverage of it to the mainstream media.
People who write in put the matter in the context of avoiding negativity and stressing only the positive. That’s not the reason for me but I believe I’ll leave a discussion of that to another day. (I put up a discussion of it earlier but thought better of it and will reserve it for later.)
We won’t be posting on a mass shooting unless there is a very compelling reason to do so.
There will be regrettable tragedies at this point in time as long as the energies are dramatically rising and the free will of individuals is still respected, including the freedom to harm. We’re apparently still clearing karma associated with the Third Dimension, as sad and depressing as these circumstances may be.
In fact it may even prove to be the case that there will be more acts of individual madness as the rising energies push some people to extremity.
Major false-flag operations can be prevented but apparently not the free-will destructiveness of individuals, as tragic as they are. Soon all those who would commit such atrocities will be following a different timeline or will have chosen to depart, etc. But we are still in the midst of “the time of troubles.”
So, yes, there will continue to be sad and tragic events and we are as affected by them as everybody. But we won’t be covering all of them as a newspaper would. We lack the room to do that or for that matter to cover many events that are happening elsewhere. We focus on events that change the course or direction of society, whether small and momentous (the assassination of President Kennedy would be an instance of this) or large and wolrd-affecting (like the Japanese tsunami).