Biometric ID

Sovereignty identity as apposed to the idea of the sovereign individual.

To be honest, it is a fancy way to ID who, where and as many other elements of people as they move around the globe.

It is becoming a type of tracking device to find people during an emergency at best or during a hunting down at worst.

Yet, what is a country to do?

It seems peevish to become nationalist about it.

How about socialistic?

In today’s politics, the freedom and individual freedom of ‘passport’ is at stake.

What would it be like to show ID in all entry and exit situations? Sex? Conversations? Going in and out of any activity?

‘Why’is it that most of us celebrate our passport, drivers’s licence, birth certificates, etc?

Of course we are happy about celebrating ‘the individual ‘.

In this sense, happy trails to all, have fun, be a good guest, your friend’s place may have different rules you should know and practice and keep in touch, things can get a little odd traveling to new and different countries and peoples.

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