The middle men such a governors wouldn't get "orders" in the way you'd think of a general giving an order. They would simply have consultants linked to globalist think-tanks who do the heavy-thinking for them and tell them what their objectives need to be. Then they'd get a phone call from a lobbyist representing their major donor(s) asking/telling "we hope you've given due consideration to that panel's findings, we all want to make sure we come out on the right side of this."Interesting points. Very plausible, at least as a portion of the overall explanation. Lenny, is this in general understood chaos everyone picks it up as in a dog whistle, or are they directly notified to carry out the "orders"?
Also, what do you see at the eventuality, then, given that the entirety of the situation is unsustainable? The major problem here is that it's more prepping since "life and death" truly isn't the reality. Yet.
To some extent this all falls back to spiritual contractual obligation. A soldier getting an order is to some degree spiritually protected from the consequences of his actions in following that order. Those in service of the fallen one no matter their place in the hierarchy (lowerarchy?) must undertake their work willingly with the least amount of coercion necessary in order to secure their souls and their true subservience. The fallen one doesn't want anyone being able to say "I was just following orders" which despite the (((modern tropes))) is actually quite a reasonable defense in some circumstances.