And Now Dog Cones . . .

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Just two months ago I wrote an article (here) about Sickness Psychosis accompanied by a photo-shopped picture of a human wearing one of those cones that vets put on dogs (and cats) to keep them from chewing on themselves, as after a surgery or because of a “hot spot.”

Well, the farcical is now the actual. In Maine first and probably soon elsewhere, too.

The Gesundheitsfuhrer of Maine, Janet Mill, has decreed that restaurant workers must henceforth wear a literal dog collar, because a Diaper wasn’t humiliating enough.

These must be “attached at the collar” – woof! woof! – so as to make sure that the wear understands what he’s been reduced to.

How long will it be before people are required to wear a leash? Oh. Yes. That has already been trotted out . . . electronically. What else are the ankle bracelets for those who “test positive” and the use of “contact tracing” and so on?

It’s no longer they say Boo and we (well, some of us) say Moo!

It is heel, doggy!

Getting sick of this yet?

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    • Why do they have to quack-cine everyone anyway because they ALREADY quack-cined the kids in schools, so all those kids are already immune to everything. Right? Otherwise they’re admitting that the quack-cines didn’t work. Can’t have it both ways. AAAAAAAUUUUUGGGGGHHHHH this quack-cine stuff is total crazytalk on steroids. Cuckoo cuckoo cuckoo. It’s time to load the rifles folks! I’d rather go out in a hail of gunfire than get stabbed by a demon who injects poison directly into my veins. This is just like being in an enemy torture camp! Who needs to be in a warzone and get captured by the enemy and be tortured by them… when you can just be an American citizen minding your own business helping others — and you have the “govt”. Oh, and don’t forget peasants… it’s “FOR YOUR SAFETY” of course! Because the govt loves you so much [ROFL]. Since when is the govt the safety & health dictators? Did anyone ask the govt to be the safety experts? And you can’t get a second opinion or have your own opinion — nooooo, only THEIR opinion is allowed [omg you can’t make this stuff up]. Lets see what side the sheriffs are on — they already think we need a permit to carry a gun in our purse [give me a break], they already won’t do their job and stop communism on steroids or violent rioters/assaulters. Has anyone had enough of the govt dictatorship system yet? Maybe time for a new system?

  1. An interesting poll showing dumbshit Americans have no clue. This stupidity explains the diaper stupidity but still doesn’t explain the directive of Maine’s Fuhrer. I don’t think there is a word that adequately describes the depth of that stupidity. Are these Fuhrers vying for some dunce award?

    Six months into this pandemic, Americans still dramatically misunderstand the risk of dying from COVID-19:

    On average, Americans believe that people aged 55 and older account for just over half of total COVID-19 deaths; the actual figure is 92%.
    Americans believe that people aged 44 and younger account for about 30% of total deaths; the actual figure is 2.7%.
    Americans overestimate the risk of death from COVID-19 for people aged 24 and younger by a factor of 50; and they think the risk for people aged 65 and older is half of what it actually is (40% vs 80%).

    These results are nothing short of stunning. Mortality data have shown from the very beginning that the COVID-19 virus age-discriminates, with deaths overwhelmingly concentrated in people who are older and suffer comorbidities. This is perhaps the only uncontroversial piece of evidence we have about this virus. Nearly all US fatalities have been among people older than 55; and yet a large number of Americans are still convinced that the risk to those younger than 55 is almost the same as to those who are older.

  2. They are just fucking with us now to see just how pussified the majority are.

    Stopped at Walmart her in B.C. today.

    Woman inside handing out face diapers.

    I said, “Not a chance”

    She says, “you have to wear one.”

    I say, “no, I don’t”

    Walked out.


    • Amen, Anon –

      I’d amend this to: “Eff” the corporations, which are the real enemy at this point. The government no longer has to pass laws – thereby eliminating accountability to the voters, even if only slightly. Instead, get the corporations to enact “policies.” It works more effectively than a law, because there’s no appeal – “private property”- and misguided people will even defend the corporations on that score.

      • “Private property” – and misguided people will even defend the corporations on that score.”

        Sad to say, but some of the most esteemed commenters here fall into that camp.

  3. I think Ken was right — they’re going to come for us all sooner or later. I don’t think any of the ‘doomsday preppers’ (as intelligent/smart as they are) are going to survive on their own for more than a year tops, and the world will not be “all better” by then, there will not be a “great reset”, that is just wishing, the dictatorship criminals are not going to go away, everything will just be WORSE, their troops will eventually come for the preppers — probably much sooner than later. So by everyone doing their own thing (prepping/homesteading), instead of organizing their neighborhoods/towns/counties into real communities, all the ‘doomsday prepping’ is just prologing the death sentence of all of us. If we, as a country, as a population of people (including ‘sheeple’), were to organize, we could have a ‘Star Trek’ future, but since everyone has given up on civilization itself, that is sealing our fate to be a ‘Mad Max’ future. So I think we should not give up just because there’s alot of ‘sheeple’ around… at least they’re not the perps, they’re not the ones that are wrecking our countries, they’ll follow any leader, so we sane ppl left need to be the leaders. What the world needs now is leadership — organizing towns/counties outside of the current regime/system.

    • “instead of organizing their neighborhoods/towns/counties into real communities,”

      You mean, like herding cats?

      What was your experience like trying that? Organizing, I mean. What can you tell us about your successes? Cause, I can’t even get people to look up.

      • Ppl sure like the social media websites, right?

        I hear ya though, I know what you’re thinking. But you’ve never seen real organizing before. Noone’s ever really done it!

    • “And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand?… The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Stalin’s thirst, the cursed machine would have ground to a halt! If…if…We didn’t love freedom enough. And even more – we had no awareness of the real situation…. We purely and simply deserved everything that happened afterwar

    • Do you remember the Free State Project by any chance? I remember when the organizers were just getting word out there, casting around for the right place and trying to get things rolling. It was one of the better ideas I’d heard and seemed to actually have its Scheiß together. I was actually making plans to relocate.

      And then, as happens every single time, infighting and possible corruption (and probable infiltration) made it fall completely apart. The “movement” continued, I believe, but as a pale shadow of the initial idea. It accomplished exactly nothing.

      I’m not sure what the answer might be, or if there even is one, but it appears organized movements make easy targets of themselves that are then reduced to utter ineffectiveness.


      • Infiltration by governments is real and is a way for them to defuse ANY realistic movement to “take back” power that (is supposed to) reside with the people.
        The Oklahoma City bombing was a government response to the growing militia movement, which was a reaction to the government abuses at Waco and Ruby Ridge. There is no way a “truck bomb” could inflict the amount of damage to the building. Not only that, the way the “trial” of McVeigh and Nichols was handled speaks VOLUMES. Introducing into evidence the “testimonies” of survivors and serial numbers of the rear axle of the truck into evidence shows the paucity of REAL evidence. It was a government operation from the get-go. McVeigh and Nichols were “patsies” set up to take the fall. The Oklahoma City bombing was the catalyst for the destruction of the militia movement. It is no secret that almost every counter-government movement has been infiltrated by federal “letter agency” types and is not to be trusted. This is the way government has been able to keep “we the people” from exercising our Constitutional rights.

      • Good point, but I’ll just say this — they were trying to work WITHIN the current regime/system. That was their first mistake. Because the current system is defective by design.

  4. Animal collars, eh? How apropos:

    “Such a power does not destroy, but it prevents existence; it does not tyrannize, but it compresses, enervates, extinguishes, and stupefies a people, till each nation is reduced to nothing better than a flock of timid and industrious animals, of which the government is the shepherd.”

    Tocqueville, “Democracy in America,” 1833

  5. These people are a different breed! Imagine the hubris it takes to concoct such impotent schemes to feebly attempt to alter nature’s course.

    And people go along with it!!!

  6. Are they for real? Were it so that we should direct our breath upward, you’d think God would put our nose in the other direction with nostrils pointing up. What’s next, an exhaust fan? Hepa filter? Moon suit? BL4 hood?

    May a wayward electric eel shock their vajayjays.

  7. And who in their right minds would comply with such bravo sierra?
    Sigh! Never mind. Baaaaahhhh

    I say the psychotic Janet Mills needs to be invited, as the guest of honor, to a tar and feather party.

  8. The Babylon Bee will be out of business soon: they won’t be able to concoct stories that match the absurdities that the rulers come up with.

    • I think they actually ran that story already. Might have been April 1.

      Maybe it was one of the other satire sites, but I do recall one saying reality today was far more screwed up than their best parody material so further publication was pointless.

      It is now just a game for TPTB to see just how ridiculous a steaming pile they can get the dumbasses to swallow. They probably have side bets on it.

      • This is why I am generally pessimistic about our future: Americans failed the Waco test by meekly accepting it when those “odd” people were murdered, they failed the TSA test when government perverts felt up 3 year old girls and grannies in wheelchairs ostensibly to stop “terrism”, and they have spectacularly failed the diaper test. There is apparently no indignity that Americans won’t subject themselves to if the government says they have to.

        • Man, Mike, I’ve heard those very words come out of my mouth, though you improved the comment considerably with the addition of “spectacularly”. Waco, Ruby Ridge, bomb dropping in Philly… so obviously among the first big tests to see how easy it would be to wage war on parts of the ‘murikan population. Turns out pretty damned easy.

          And it’s all been incremental since then. I truly have come to hold the average ‘murikan in real contempt.

          • There are those of us who instinctively KNOW that government was an evil entity with its own goals. It’s an exclusive club and you and me “ain’t in it”. I have NEVER trusted ANY government.
            After the Kennedy assassination, I read the “Warren Report on Assassinations” in its entirety. Despite being only 15 years of age, I thought to myself, “what a crock of sh!t”.
            Ruby Ridge, Waco, Gordon Kahl, and many other acts of war against the American people are just glossed over by our CIA-run “mainstream media”. I have lost friends and even some relatives just from showing concern about the way this country is going. They just don’t want to acknowledge that the government and its minions are the enemy. Mentioning the aforementioned “acts of war” usually result in a “deer in the headlights” look, nothing more.
            I resolutely REFUSE to cooperate with ANY government officials, whether federal, state, or local. PERIOD!

            • Anny, You’re throwing the baby out with the bathwater. Local gov is the one you’re most likely to have friends and fellow patriots on. The further up the system you go, of course, the less likely that is. At the federal level the best we’ve had lately was Ron Paul, and now perhaps Thomas Massie. But at your city/town level, you might want to get to know them. They might be friends and assets. Otherwise, we CAN all hang separately…

              • You make a good point. The feds and state officials are not to be trusted, although local officials can make your life a living hell just because they can. Local officials have police-friendly prosecutors who will look the other way when local officials “sicc” the police on you for nonexistent “infractions”.
                In my case, a personal situation was the “code enforcement” harassment that us whites who lived in Detroit endured. We always used the city-supplied trash containers (one for every two residences). Our black “neighbors” were too lazy to put their trash in the containers, strewing their trash throughout the alleys. Guess who got repeatedly ticketed for “improperly disposed of trash”? It wasn’t the blacks who improperly disposed of their trash–it was us whites. It was as if they (the black-run city government) wanted us to move…
                As far as I am concerned, NO government officials can be trusted.

                • Hi Anarchyst,

                  In re: “no government officials can be trusted.”

                  Of course – because thieves cannot be trusted. Every government official is a thief. Also a person who knows his authority over you is based on the threat of violence rather than your willingness to pay for his “services.”

                  This is why I take the position that services should replace government – and those services should be like any other. You want ’em, you can pay for ’em and if you don’t want ’em they cannot force you to pay for ’em.

                  A perfect solution?

                  Of course not. Though that is the usual criticism. But it’s a faulty premise since no one is advocating utopia and – more to the point – the current system is far from being utopian.

                  But what I advocate has the advantage of being inherently safer for the individual, who is no longer at the legal mercy of vast, intangible collectives over which he has no control.


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