Hitler Was Exceptionally Good at This, Turning the People Against One Another. It Would Appear NPR’s Rules Have Been Taken From Hitler Playbook, Workplace Snitching Platform’ Both FakeBook and Twitter Would Approve


Taxpayer-funded According to the Washington Free Beacon, National Public Radio (NPR) has not relaxed its tight mask policy at its corporate headquarters. In addition, NPR has reportedly been retaining an anonymous tip-line for staff to use in order to report their co-workers who break the guidelines.

According to what is said in the internal communication, "We have requested on-site managers to remind personnel of the masking requirements whenever it is necessary." "Masking is still necessary unless the individual is recording by themselves in a studio, working alone in an office with the doors closed, actively eating or drinking, or is in a room with closed doors. (And consuming water from a bottle periodically does not qualify as "actively" drinking water)."

Employees at the headquarters of NPR in Washington, D.C., which was constructed in 2013 at a total cost of $200 million, were given instructions on how to gently approach a disobedient coworker while at work. "If you see someone walking about without their mask, you may say to them, "Hey, you forgot your mask," or something like. Being reminded of something is really beneficial to the individual, "the text of the message says. "Nobody is acting with the goal of breaking the regulation on purpose. And if someone reminds you to put on your mask, be sure to thank them for doing so."

Sharing "an anonymous concern via the EthicsPoint system," which is a name for a workplace snitching platform that doesn't at all sound totalitarian, is another option for ratting out coworkers who don't wear masks. This option involves telling human resources supervisors, who will then confront the offender themselves. -Beacon of Freedom

The 'culture' of NPR's corporate entity made news for the final time in 2021, when they staged a reading of the Declaration of Independence in which they called attention to the "flaws" and racial undertones of one of the most revered texts in American history.

The Department of Homeland Security and local authorities are going to exploit COVID-19 as an excuse to create a "new normal" of snitching on private businesses.

Houston-area A website has been provided by Judge Lina Hidalgo so that inhabitants of the area may provide information on individuals or organizations that they suspect are violating the present stay-at-home orders.

"See a restaurant at full capacity? Why are there businesses operating that shouldn't be?" she said on Twitter. "Help us save lives."

By clicking on a website that gives them the ability to remain anonymous while snitching on their fellow Texans, she invited her people to anonymously report anybody who was in violation of Governor Greg Abbott's edict.

As you might imagine, a "snitch line" is not exactly popular in Texas or any of the other United States, and Hidalgo was quickly ratioed and mocked on Twitter. Additionally, the online form had to be relocated due to technical issues that may have been caused by an increase in the number of false reports.

"In the end, it should be up to the general population to determine what is safe and which restaurants are at capacity. "This fascist approach to governing is terrifying," one individual said in response.

Another suggestion was to flood the form with incorrect pictures, which would be analogous to what occurred with New York City.



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