Life behind plexiglass?

Life behind plexiglass?
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April 16, 2020 –

10:09 am CST

Once the quarantine is over, it’ll be time to emerge from our homes and see exactly how society has devolved.

While governments and media are working to give us hope of getting out of the house sometime this summer, they’re also warning of a “second wave of coronavirus” that they expect to approach by fall.

Meanwhile, some of the industries most impacted by mandated lock downs and travel bans include tourism, travel and restaurants. As such, they’re devising radical devices in hopes of attracting some customers during the summer months.

“Plexiglass cages,” which are giant boxes that are intended to surround beach-goers, could be popping up on the beaches of Italy this summer, according to la Repubblica.

The boxes have been conceptualized by Nuova Neon Group Due, a firm located in Modena, Italy. Each box can house two occupants and measures 4.5m x 4.5m x 2m.

Let’s take a look at a rendering of dozens of these plastic boxes on an Italian beach. 

Italian media outlets describe them as “chicken coops.” Lifeguards and hotel owners of popular Italian beach towns have slammed the idea, saying that it’s absolutely absurd. But if they are required by government, will they accept the idea in order to bring in summer revenue?

Claudio Ferrari, the owner of the Nuova Neon Group Due, told la Repubblica that social distancing boxes on the beach could hopefully restart the tourism industry.

Mauro Vanni, president of the Rimini lifeguards cooperative, said the idea of the box in the hot summer heat is a recipe for disaster and will cause people to “die of dehydration.”

Ferrari has also designed transparent boxes made of plexiglass walls that sit on top of a restaurant table. 

Is this the intended “new normal” that media, advertising and governments are so desperately trying to sell us?

If so, it’s time to take our humanity back, or live obediently behind cages for the rest of our lives.

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  1. They are going to make it to where nobody pays in cash anymore, and eventually just have kiosk stations everyone to pay for things. Nobody will go in walmart anymore and because of this stimulus money and walmart being funded by fema, they will upgrade walmart even more to where it’s all pickup and you just check in and get your stuff. They will use some of this money to install more interstates and make it to where it’s like in Dallas and have toll systems to enter the interstate instead of having inspection stickers. And all these roads lead to the city, making everyone dependent on the city. Breaking small towns to sell out just like back in the late 1800s when they installed railroads. It’s going to be no more public schools and everyone does school work from home at first maybe being taught by a teacher, but then it will be A.I leading people even more astray from the Gospel.

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