Florida never implemented a statewide mask mandate, and the governor of the state is pretty much leading the revolt against the Covid Passports.
That’s not stopping “private business” and academics from doing whatever it wants though, so far without any government intervention to stop them.
Obviously, students who refuse to wear the cuck muzzle will eventually just be expelled. Although that’s a good thing, because then maybe it will inspire their parents to homeschool them.
But that’s how the tyranny is going to look in a lot of places: It will be “private companies” and such that are able to just set whatever draconian policy they want and the government will maybe do nothing because “muh free market”.
What we’re experiencing right now is best summarized as the inevitable endpoint of capitalism and democracy. Probably, Donald Trump getting elected raised a whole lot of uncertainty for them, but we otherwise would have gotten this sooner.
We’re just at this point now where they have all the Shabbos goy politicians and “experts” finally in the leadership positions in every country so this plan can be realized. That’s the democracy aspect of it.
The capitalist aspect of it is that capitalism can only thrive if it removes self sufficiency, community and local traditions. That has too been achieved; most people today simply couldn’t survive without “private companies’ providing them with everything down to drinking water.
Maybe this kind of thing could’ve been avoided if private businesses and organizations’ growth was limited and powers regulated by the government so that they couldn’t take control of every aspect of people’s lives — but to do that would be an egregious sin that would displease our one true God: The big line.
The big line, which must always go up, no matter the cost.