The Lockdown and Covid Response Museum
The idea that people's fundamental birthrights can be taken away forcibly, in an ostensible attempt to "protect" them, belongs only in a museum.
Indeed, it should have belonged only in fiction.
Unfortunately, atrocities far worse than possible in fiction were committed world-wide, in the 2.5-to-3 years following the declaration of the Covid-19 pandemic.
This museum is a documentation of the atrocities in the Covid-19 response, and the absurdities which were part and parcel of the atrocities.
“Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities.”
"The Lockdown and Covid Response Museum" is intended to make people, especially the next generation,
think and reflect,
wonder and ponder how some unthinkable things came to be,
laugh at some absurdities,
feel sorry for some,
cry in empathetic anguish at others.
Most important of all, it is for them to resolve:
Online & Physical Museums
To start, the museum will be online. We also encourage people to setup physical museums using the material from this website, under creative commons license (free to share with attribution).
Targeted inauguration date: 25 Mar 2023, 3rd anniversary of mass incarceration of 1/6th of humanity, i.e. India’s lockdown
Your Story Contributions
We invite story contributions from people around the world, who have suffered or seen others suffer due to the various extreme measures in the name of Covid-19 response. We prefer submissions based on personal experience, we will contact you to verify the authenticity of your submission. Please do not submit social media forwards.
Copyright policy: Creative Commons By Attribution License All material which appears here will be under "Creative Commons By Attribution" license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/). Please do not submit already copyrighted material. You may however submit links to websites or news articles.
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