With COVID passport, white people can finally understand how "show me your papers" works.

I thought COVID passport hurts people's privacy and human rights but now I think differently. Use a non-digital passport and keep it off of public eyes and you're good. And for traveling, you are forced to obey limitations anyway so that doesn't really violate your rights more than it is now.

@arh Because I listened in history class about the Nazi party, which made that phrase incredibly prolific, and their requirements for papers to track citizens if they ever needed to find them, usually in case they were actually Jewish, or hiding Jews, or whatever ludicrous other things they didn’t like because they were scumbags.

@joerebelloharley so you "know" how it is, you have the knowledge, you don't understand it/feel the pain.

@arh Correct, but I fail to see the pain of flashing a paper card as you walk around, what I do see the pain of is hijacking that to discriminate against people of different religions, race, sexual orientation etc.

Or, just refuse and rebel.

Knowledge is power, there is always a way.



You seem smart for a communist then you go and toot shit like this


@doktorzhivago I do believe inmany stuff communism believes in but to call myself a communist, I need to be more radical than I am. I can call myself a libertarian socialist (anarchist socialist) but not an ancom.


That is an oxymoron

"No rulers but with a State-directed economy"

@doktorzhivago no, no rulers with an economy handled by society and syndications.


>With COVID passport, white people can finally understand how "show me your papers" works.

And who exactly do you imagine the Germans were asking?
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