Tomorrow may be the day that wearing of the Holy Rag becomes a national “mandate” (laws no longer being necessary when people are willing to do as they’re “mandated” to do).
It may also be Reformation Day – the day the Sickness Cult is swept aside by an Orange Tide, though this is admittedly improbable. Lin Wood will have to produce Jeffrey Epstein – and that’s as likely as Elvis performing at the Inaugural Ball.
But it might happen.
Epstein, I mean.
Or perhaps a supervolcano upswelling of Maga magma.
Enforcement of the Holy Rag is sporadic and – in most parts of the country – it is still possible to show your face and get your food. Or go to the gym. Not in all places, unfortunately. But there are still redoubts of resistance, islands of sanity.
Which there may not be much longer, if the Diapered One ascend to the purple. In which case,what to do?
Best to get ready.
It may shortly become very hard to buy food – or work out – without effacing your face. A national “mandate” – incentivized via the threatened withholding of already stolen tax dollars – will induce governors to turn the screws on businesses that have been lax in their enforcement of the “mandates.” Instead of a sign at the door, a guard at the door.
No more food – or gym – for you.
Unless of course you join the cult by donning the Rag, which is something so base and ignoble that at least some of us won’t do it under any circumstances.
But eating is important. Working out, too.
Hopefully by now most reading this have anticipated the need to get their food from other sources- including backyard gardens and chicken coops, if feasible. Also by under-the-table, as by bartering or by working out something with a store owner you may know who is on our side but can’t show it. If you have established enough trust – an invaluable thing in any totalitarian society – you can perhaps get your victuals in the dead of night or out of the back door.
If you can still buy and show your face, buy as much as you can afford before you are required to efface your face in order to buy. It may be just a few months before the whole thing explodes and so all you need to do is wait it out. If it lasts longer, having provisions will at least give you time to consider your next move – without having to consider the most degrading move of all: Queuing up with the faithful, your face effaced.
As regards working out:
I’ve already told the owner of my gym – who I am on friendly terms with – that if it becomes a “mandate” to Diaper in order to enter I will be cancelling my membership, as I prefer to stay healthy in mind as well as body. I think it is very important to steel the resolve of any currently Undiapered business to stand fast against enforced Diapering by telling them how much you appreciate not being made to Diaper – that you will stand fast by them so long as they stand fast by you – but that you will immediately say g’day (and good-bye) if they every attempt to enforce Diapering.
In the meanwhile, consider alternative work-outs. You can run without Diapering. You can also hike without wearing the Rag. And you can work out on the down-low, at home – or at someone else’s home – once you have the equipment. This can be a pooled resource or it can be yours entirely, depending on your budget and inclinations.
I have already decided that – if it becomes necessary – I will buy all the weights I need and then open a club to a select clientele that understand The Rules. There is just one rule:
No Diapers Allowed.
If you are a Diaperer, better beat feet.
Or prepare yourself for a beat-down.
Yes, I said it. I’m a libertarian by politics and a peaceful guy by inclination. But there’s a limit to my tolerance and it ends where my stuff begins. This includes my house. If I wish to have a weight room in my house that no one is forced to enter, you’d better back off if you are a Diaperer.
Like that brave woman accosted by half-a-dozen of the faithful the other week, I’m done, too.
Not because I’m brave. Because I’m sick of all of this.
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