Italian Government Wants Unemployed To Become Social Distancing Snitches
They are being called “civic assistants” by today’s Italian government. In East Germany these people were called Inoffizielle Mitarbeiter.
(From Summit News)
The Italian government announced intentions Sunday to create an army of social distancing snitches, saying it will recruit 60,000 people to monitor their friends and neighbours’ activities and make sure they are adhering to social distancing policies.
Reports indicate that the government will reach out especially to the unemployed for the roles, in particular those who have applied for benefits recently.