Poster made in the Netherlands, 1971. The text on the poster reads:”Before you know it, we have again. One will carry the whip and the other one will carry the yellow badge”. The yellow badge refers to the yellow Jew badge Jews had to wear on there clothes during the Nazi Germany times.
In the fall of 1970, the Dutch government will be overwhelmed by a golf social unrest over the fourteenth general census. Memories of the war and fear of computers lead to a wide protest and the count runs out on a failure. As indirect consequence, the Netherlands receives its first privacy laws.