This is yet another face of the divide-and-conquer strategy by which the totalitarian corporate state ensures that each one of us stands defenceless and alone before the overwhelming might of the system.
Don’t defend yourself – you will be charged if you make even a tiny mistake.
Don’t help others – you will get sued if you don’t do it exactly right.
Don’t trust your husband – he’s your worst enemy.
Don’t trust your parents – they aren’t qualified.
Don’t be trustworthy – report every little thing to the authorites.
Schools are now even forbidding children to have a best friend – it’s more sociable to play as a group.
The end result is that families, friendships, communities are dissolved into a huge amorphous mass of isolated people – each of whom feels small and weak and afraid and alone.
People without the courage or the confidence to rely on themselves, without family or friends to support them in times of need, are left with little choice but abject surrender to the system.
And thus all the power devolves into the hands of the system – the unnatural union of big governemt and big businesss – which thereby becomes free to treat each and every one of us as chattel.