The worker was injecting a long line of children. That was his standard comment to them.
"Pardon me, but what are these shots for?" asked someone standing by.
"Oh, a whole bunch of things," the worker replied. "You have to have 'em. They prevent independent thinking."
Once again the bystander asked, "Is that so bad?"
The weary worker snapped back, "Bad! How would you like it if you lived in a country where people thought for themselves? It's particularly dangerous in churches. You could lose complete control of people. That's how bad it would be."
After examining the card hanging from one child's neck, he moved him on without giving him a shot.
"So how come you're not giving all the children shots?"
"Some of them have already had shots of a different kind. They're already 'under', as the directors like to say. They're Muslims and Jews, programmed for different things, but still very much under control."
The line seemed endless.
"How long have you worked here?"
The worker apparently didn't hear the question, so they were asked again. "Have you always worked here?"
"Oh, I really don't work here. Most of us giving these control shots have other jobs, like teachers or pastors. Everyone from the mainline media take turns here."
"So does it pay well--I mean giving the injections?"
A passing orderly was flagged down. "We're running low on serum. Better tell Dr. Lies."
"In answer to your question, it's not how much you're paid. It's what they do to you if you don't volunteer."