The Diapers by themselves are loathsome. People wearing them look like neurotics – the same neurotics. Diapers efface individuality. They turn people into NPC characters in a sick actual reality game.
They are alienating, unhealthy – medically and psychologically.
Given that there is no persuasive medical reason to wear a Face Diaper (much less a dirty bandana) the obvious conclusion is that the insistence on covering the face is to efface the face. To submerge the individual into a collective of faceless, interchangeable players who have surrendered their individuality for the sake of obedience
Diapers are training tools.
They are meant to habituate people to the “new normal” – which will include management by the corporate-government nexus to a degree we probably can’t yet fully comprehend. Diaper acceptance will lead to Needling acceptance, which will not even require laws.
All that it will take is policies – as per Diapers.
The same corporations which deny service to the Undiapered will deny service – and employment – to those who refuse the vaccine. People who don’t submit will simply be excluded, as now. No job, no shop. Perhaps no food. They will be herded onto reservations of a sort – i.e., their homes, which they won’t be allowed to leave or rather which there will be no point in leaving since there’s nowhere to go and nothing to do.
The corporate-government nexus will wait you out – perhaps starve you out.
It will be almost impossible to resist unless you go Amish. Those who aren’t able to live on virtually no income, who can produce their own food, etc. will be the only holdouts.
Everyone else who works for a company – which is almost everyone – will be required to submit to the Needle just as they have been forced to submit to the Diaper, which they submitted to because they had already submitted to things like mandatory drug tests as a condition of employment – which they had to submit to, since all employers require them now, just about.
Corporations – and policies – have replaced laws.
This is ingenious. And it isn’t new.
After nahhhhnlevven and even before then, as the development of technology made possible the unimaginable, the federal government figured out that it could bypass aggravations such as the laws which restricted to some degree what it could do to the people – for example, mass surveil them – by having private contractors do the dirty work instead. Some will recall the private armies of mercenaries- and torturers – created under the auspice of Blackwater as a for-instance. What the U.S. Army couldn’t do, the goons of Blackwater could.
Fast forward twenty years.
The government doesn’t censor speech. But private companies are very effectively suppressing it – which amounts to the same as these private companies have near-monopoly control of the means by which information is disseminated. To paraphrase what der Stellvertreter once said of his boss: Gurgle ist communication just as communication ist Gurgle!
No laws needed to “de-platform” or “de-monetize” you. The First Amendment still applies – but only to the government. How much free speech do you have at work? Ask the people who work at Goodyear.
By transferring tyranny to the private sector, the government has not only imposed tyranny it has made tyranny acceptable to people who would otherwise object to it. If the government imposed it.
But when their employer does it, it’s just . . . policy. And hey, they are a private business – and private business must be respected. You don’t have to work there. You don’t have to shop there.
But what happens when you can’t work or shop anywhere these policies aren’t in force?
Welcome, new normal.
Note the near ubiquity of Diapering even where it is not legally required – as in a law to that effect having been passed. It is enough for policies to be applied. Everyone who works for Lowes or Home Depot or Menards or Kroger – all the big stores – must wear a Diaper as per the store’s policy. They are of course free to quit – but where else will they find a job that doesn’t include wearing the Diaper as a condition of employment?
Smaller, independent stores are being strangled out of existence. Many are on life support even though they are open in many states. It’s hard to stay in business when you were forced to stop doing business for months – while the big stores lapped up all your business, as they weren’t forced to close – and then, when allowed to resume doing business, only at partial capacity and only if Face Diapering policies are imposed on customers.
The rope Lenin spoke of won’t be used to hang the capitalists. It is being used to leash the populace by the capitalists.
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