Have you ever noticed something off about that coworker we all share the breakroom with? That person who always bags a lunch from home, never talks to anyone, and appears to be working from sunrise to sunset? Most of us write them off as just another anti-social co-worker, but I believe there is more to it than meets the eye. What I am about to share are a series of theories and hypotheses derived from a wide range of sources. Should these prove to be true, it could very well explain the hidden power structure that rules our social cogs and gears.
For the past few years, I’ve been looking at the way our corporate system works and I'm beginning to see something strange; a pattern of manipulation by those in power. Is it possible that the coworker is part of this puzzle, as some sort of agent of control? To answer this question, one must look beyond the mundane to the dark places of the corporate world.
My first clue lies in the restriction of personal freedoms in the workplace. It is regularly forbidden to speak about existential issues, stray from the company’s political views, or discuss religion and science. Why? Why must the corporate machine be so controlling?
The second clue lies in the coworker’s behavior. Why do they cling so tightly to their personal lunch? Could it be that the food they consume bestows special powers? Or is it just the case that by packing their own meal, they are avoiding whatever deprogramming might be hidden in the cafeteria cuisine.
The third clue lies in the subtle reinforcement of the corporate structure. It's no secret that the attitude among coworkers is of indifference towards each other—just clock in and clock out with nobody asking questions but the boss. This is reinforced by the coworker, never interacting, but rather, always with their eyes on the clock.
My fourth, and most powerful clue lies in the immutable power imbalance between corporate and employee. In most organizations, the employer is the one with the true control, and the worker is the one who is expected to comply. Could it be that the once docile coworker is actually part of a vast conspiracy that seeks to control our lives?
My theory is that our silent fellow works as an informant to the top of the corporate hierarchy. Is the coworker part of a clandestine network that gathers knowledge and feeds it back to the cabal of elites? For now, that remains just my speculation, but I intend to find out the truth. The truth often lies within the shadows, and it's only up to us to keep looking until we find it.
- @ July 29, 2023 4:02 am