A reader sent a screen shot of a sign posted at a business, which I will not name – for the sake of not providing information to mentally ill people, who might focus their Diaper Derangement on this business. Which posted a different kind of sign than the usual Diapering muss sein sign.
This sign says Diapers are optional.
Not outright – as that would result in some gesundheitsfuhrer’ing. But the language conveys the intent. It says:
“We are asking customers to wear a (Diaper) but we also understand that there are many people who cannot wear a (Diaper) for various medical reasons and we will respect that. We will not be policing (Diapers).”
Aided and abetted by GesundheitsKarens und Kevins – who aren’t content to self-Diaper (and so, presumably, be “safe”) but rabidly insist on Diapering-for-All, not for the sake of “safety” but for the sake of conformity; so as to make their neurotic behavior appear normal. If they can force everyone to Diaper then wearing a Diaper doesn’t mark out the wearer as not-right-in-the-head, in a Michael Jackson way.
It also serves to create the visual of Universal Terror necessary for Universal Needling – which will be marketed to these sick dupes as the only way they’ll ever be able to Undiaper “safely.”
But resistance grows even as it appears to wane. It manifests in such ways as the signage above, which serves as a wink and a nod that we don’t agree with Diapering but have to at least pretend we do; but we’ll do what we can to show we don’t.
This – for now – is the equivalent of spitting in Hitler’s soup.
Reluctant Diapering is partial Diapering; the clerk at the supermarket who has his Diaper – which he’s forced to wear else lose his job – partially off. The nose uncovered. Because he knows it’s Kabuki – Sickness Submission Training – and he’s resisting it. In his mind, most of all – and his mindset shown by his partial and reluctant Diapering. Ask him and he’ll tell you how much he loathes the disgusting dirty rag and everything associated with it.
And his anger waxes.
Then we have pro forma Diapering. This can be seen where people’s faces can be seen – which you can see because they remove the Diaper as soon as they pass into a store – and past the Diaper Checker who mans it. Or at the cafe where people (and not all of them) put the disgusting thing on for just long enough to order their food and then take it off.
What does all of this say – beyond contempt for the Diaper?
It says many more people than you’d think – if you went by the sight of all the Diapered – do not believe that all that stands between them and a respirator or worse is a cheesy piece of filthy cloth over their face. They are not alarmed by the cases! the cases! They know it’s a power play – but can’t openly defy it (because of work) or aren’t willing (yet) to defy it because they don’t want to make a fuss – or just want to shop.
The perception that nine out of ten people are quaking in terror of WuFlu is just that – a perception. One ingeniously made to appear that it is nine out of ten by applying unprecedented pressure to make it appear so – by all but putting a gun to people’s heads (and sometimes actually that) to make them don the apparel of approval.
But that approval would be seen to be much less than it is being made to seem if nine out of ten people weren’t practically (and actually) forced to don the apparel of approval. As in a cult. Or in North Korea – where hysterical adulation of the Dear Leader is probably pro forma, too.
Because few people love servitude – or degradation. They may go along with it, out of fear – but that holds only so long as they are afraid.
WuFlu fear is waning.
If it were not, it would be hard to see reluctant and pro forma Diapering. Yes, of course, there are True Believers – but they seem more than they are just because they are louder and more aggressive, in the way that bullies always are.
Never forget Lenin’s trick – which was to pretend to be the majority – Bolshevik means exactly that – in order to demoralize the actual majority – the Mensheviks, who accepted the term in the manner that so many accept the Diaper.
Our trick is Diaper Dissent – as the owner of this business is doing. As he must, lest he incur the wrath of the Gesundheitsfuhrers. But every little bit of resistance adds to a river of it and the power of that current is growing.
May it wash away the sickness that has enveloped so many people’s minds.
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