By Henry Hogan
In plain sight, the Regime is privileging the vaccinated population while blocking the
unvaccinated from ordinary, and necessary, human activities. New York City recently launched the nation’s first vaccine passport system, whereby indoor dining, fitness, and entertainment venues will be restricted to vaccinated persons only. Quebec, Canada’s second most populous province, will require proof of vaccination for non-essential services, including gyms and restaurants. Overseas, the European Union’s Digital Covid Certificate exempts vaccinated persons from restrictions on freedom of movement.
Such intrusive and unnecessary decrees are not only a product of New York, Quebec, and
the EU. Perhaps more pertinent to the average American, vaccination privileges have extended to areas of employment and education. College campuses have extended vaccine mandates to
students and staff, at both public and private institutions. CNN recently fired three unvaccinated employees. The kritarchy has upheld the legal validity of employer-mandated vaccination in a landmark federal decision. The Regime is hopeful that your means of subsistence and career preparation will be linked to your vaccination status and willingness to comply.
While the vaccinated revel in their social signaling (and/or harmful side-effects), a deeply
sinister hyperpolarization against the unvaccinated has emerged. The unvaccinated are routinely blamed for new Covid outbreaks, despite evidence to the contrary and a largely ineffective vaccine. President Biden remarked that “the only pandemic we have is among the unvaccinated.” The unvaccinated are scapegoated to justify new lockdown measures (which disproportionately hurt small businesses and help corporate conglomerates) pushed by the nouveau-powerful CDC. Biden even stated that so-called social media “disinformation” about the vaccine is “killing people.” Quite an immense charge to levy against those who rightfully contradict the (maliciously?) botched rollout of the understudied Big Pharma-produced vaccine.
The inflammatory rhetoric and hyperpolarization pushed by the Regime against the unvaccinated logically opens the door for the incitement and normalization of violence toward those who are not a part of the privileged caste. This is an intended consequence, inclusive of other Covid-related aims such as enforcing social control mechanisms, media-induced psychopathy, increasing atomization, the gigification of the economy, enhancement of corporate power across Main Street, and the consolidation of sovereign power under the guise of a medical
emergency. On top of these goals, vaccine-related hyperpolarization is being used to justify violence and coercion against those with a shred of hostility to the Regime.
Vaccinated partisans, loyal to the Religion of the System, can be seen expressing deep desires to perpetuate violence against the unvaccinated. These passions can range from blind rage, to schadenfreude-fueled de-personing, to excluding the unvaccinated from medical facilities, to outright calls for violence. While still anecdotal, these incidents point to the increasingly precarious physical safety of the unvaccinated. For the System Believer, promised a return to normalcy in exchange for their uncritical compliance, the unvaccinated are the “plague rats” of the Black Death. Urged on by a bloodthirsty elite who are eager to enact harm on ardently stubborn insubordinates, the vaccinated are steeped in a religiously fervent hatred of those who dissent. The Religion of the System requires infidels to direct anger upon.
The Inhuman Dissenter
The intensified stratification of vaccinated and unvaccinated persons, coupled with the
descent into violence against dissenters, naturally leads to a new configuration of conflict. The German jurist Carl Schmitt, in his seminal 1932 book The Concept of the Political, introduced the intuitively classic concept of the “friend-enemy” distinction. Any political conflict, Schmitt reasoned, is based on the creation of two diametric groups who engage in a struggle. At the conclusion of the struggle, the friends and enemies reach a somewhat amicable decision whereby they respect the wins and losses of the other side. Hostilities can be rectified, peace may be reached, and the two sides may reconcile. Using this concept, one may suggest that the vaccinated-unvaccinated are engaging in a friend-enemy distinction.
However, such a suggestion would be too generous. Schmitt criticizes distinctions
created by quasi-religious violence, wherein the friend-enemy concept becomes distorted. Rather than being a mere enemy capable of reconciliation, quasi-religious violence crafts the opposition into a “non-human” who must be annihilated at all costs. The friend-enemy hereby morphs into a human-inhuman distinction. Inhuman enemies, unlike the traditional enemy, can be treated ruthlessly in a total war of extinction. Historical episodes of conflicts based on human-inhuman distinctions are apparent in the indiscriminate Allied firebombing of Dresden, the destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and the murderous economic sanctions levied against illiberal regimes. Much like a hive of wasps, the inhuman enemy can be wiped out without much remorse.
It is not an exaggeration to suggest the unvaccinated are being propped up by the Regime as the inhuman enemy du jour. Provoked by Regime propaganda, the hyperpolarized segment of the vaccinated population increasingly dehumanizes the unvaccinated dissenter. The unvaccinated will be treated as second-class citizens, rejected from mainstream institutions and employment while being squarely blamed for the supposed extension of the Covid pandemic. Questioners of the Regime’s “science,” as modern-day heretics, are obstacles to be removed.
The dehumanization of the dissenter is not solely limited to the vaccination issue. Other avenues of dissent are also actively under fire: pro-White activists are stripped of all dignity, traditionalists are attacked by the kritarchy and Regime-supported Antifa mobs, January 6th protestors are treated with a unique brutality. What comes for those who lack the mark of the human? In the short-term, brutal attacks from the media and government officials. Bitter ire and perhaps violent outbursts from radicalized System loyalists. Job firings for dissent. Government mandates (met with strong protests in France) for vaccination. In the long-term, the vaccine hyperpolarization playbook is meant to further ingrain and normalize the use of violence against the Unbeliever: if you are even the slightest bit edgy, the Regime is perfectly fine using violence to suppress you. With an elite composed of increasingly neurotic, high-time preference psychopaths, the Regime finds itself eager to include as many means of violence in their arsenal against the lowly inhuman dissenter.
Do you remember Biden’s inaugural address, where he called for “unity”? Do you remember when, immediately after the election, Biden promised to create “a time to heal in America”? All of these platitudinal promises are out the window, losing all the flimsy premises they relied on. There will be no depoliticization or depolarization, according to the Regime’s
actions. Will the elites dethrone themselves by accelerating too fast and too hard and creating the environment for a backlash? What happens when a regime dehumanizes its own citizens and
actively guts their means of sustenance?
As of now, these questions are purely speculative and theoretical. It is not certain if Americans possess the necessary political capital to counteract vaccine mandates, passports, and hysteria. It is unlikely vaccine hyperpolarization will be the direct cause of such drastic conclusions. Perhaps, by some miracle, the Regime will calm their Believers’ descent into violent madness. But as the years continue, and the Regime reveals its fragile reliance on bare
violence against dissent, the American political landscape may change drastically. Vaccine
hyperpolarization, and the normalization of violence against the unvaccinated, may be a mere stepping-stone in the Regime’s plans for the future.