Lebedev Studio presents Documenticus, a politically correct passport cover with different ethniticies living in the Motherland drawn on its front (click on the picture to see it in greater detail):
A little background: in the Soviet passport (an everyday identification document, like driver’s license in the US), amongst birth date, gender, address and the like, there was an entry called “nationality” — meaning, ethnicity. (By the way, “Jew” — top left corner on Documenticus — was one of the choices. A Jew is not a religion, of course.)
In modern Russia, you have face control — not, however, just in airports, like in the US, but also on a street.
(Documenticus in action)
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Obviously, “Russian Jew” is an oxymoron. You’re either the one or the other.