Germany is set to put COVID dissidents who repeatedly fail to properly follow the rules in what is being described as a ‘detention camp’ located in Dresden.
What could possibly go wrong?
Germany is increasingly authoritarian when it comes to policing citizens during the pandemic. The latest move is to erect camps that will house what it deems repeat offenders. The facility will be based in Dresden, local authorities have confirmed to RT News who broke the story.
A spokesperson said access to the "pandemic hotel" pictured here won’t be that easy – you need to get a warning and a fine first. It’ll be up to a court to decide if you qualify for a stay.
Camps. For dissidents. In Germany.
Other countries around the world are doing the same. Last year authorities in New Zealand said that they will put all new coronavirus infectees and their close family members into what they described as “quarantine facilities.” Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern made it clear that anyone in the quarantine facility who refused to take a coronavirus test would simply be held there for at least 14 days. Whilst earlier this month, lawmakers in New York introduced a bill that would give the government the power to remove and detain “disease carriers” in quarantine facilities.