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Forum Post: Texas Schools Punish Students Who Refuse To Be Tracked With RFID Microchips

Posted 2 years ago on Oct. 9, 2012, 8:37 p.m. EST by Renneye (4004)
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Texas Schools Punish Students Who Refuse To Be Tracked With RFID Microchips.

Just a few years ago, people were trying to warn us about the RFID, and they were fluffed off as conspiracy theorists. Now its here.

This is an abhorrent practice being ushered in under the guise of truancy. We must resist the RFID...or every last freedom we have will be gone. They've gone too far. Resistance is not futile!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCEtaEODg28

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[-] 3 points by JackHall (412) 2 years ago

Since when does the school district need to know the geographic coordinates of a student at all times?

When does the state need to know this? If the student is absent from a class, recording the absence should be the extent of the powers of the school district over the student. If they’ve gone fishing that day, played hooky or not, the students should have that much freedom. How much does a student learn when forced to attend a class, when he or she would rather be somewhere else?

Texas is not in the ranks of the ten smartest states. It is ranked 11th according to Report Card on Education, but implanting RDIF chips is not an issue in most states.

Invasion of privacy is an issue that really gets under State Rep. Babette Josephs’ skin.The Philadelphia Democrats introduced a bill, passed unanimously last week by the House, that would ban the forced implantation of computer chips in humans.

Conjuring Orwellian images, Josephs worries the identification devices – the size of a grain of rice – could lead to a real-life Big Brother nightmare.

“I’m doing, I think, what the legislature does too little of,” she said. “This is a problem on the horizon, and I want to address it before it becomes a societal disgrace.”

Though the technology hasn’t debuted in Pennsylvania, VeriChip, a company in Florida, received federal Food and Drug Administration clearance in 2004 to market the implanted microchips, which were tested on 200 Alzheimer’s patients.

Injected into the triceps, the chips have unique 16-digit codes and GPS capabilities that allow nursing homes to find wandering patients.”

As in the matter of suggesting Texas students are comparable to Alzheimer’s patients, when will these students ever be perceived as having Constitutional privacy protection?

[-] 2 points by Renneye (4004) 2 years ago

Yay, Babette Josephs! Thanks JackHall! It brings hope knowing that there are still champions of the people out there!

[-] 0 points by alva (-442) 2 years ago

in answer to you first sentence, It doesnt, but a totalitarian govt does.

[-] 3 points by shoozTroll (17632) 2 years ago

Like most things, this one is mostly about the money.

http://news.cnet.com/8301-17852_3-57441651-71/texas-school-district-to-track-kids-through-rfid-tags/

The kids aren't happy about it .....so far.

http://www.cr80news.com/2012/08/31/texas-students-fight-mandatory-rfid-name-tags

http://www.ksn.com/content/news/also/story/Students-rebel-against-tracking-chips/MwIlw0lUf0Od2qb5s0oEQw.cspx

I can see a student making a killing bringing tags of other students to school for a fee, or holding on to them as others skip out..

At least they're not implanting them.......yet........:)

[-] 2 points by nomdeguerre (1775) from Brooklyn, NY 2 years ago

If you think it's about the money then you are a house slave and are fooling yourself. The 1% thinks we are ants.

[-] 1 points by shoozTroll (17632) 2 years ago

It's not my thought, it's the schools thought.

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (26307) from Coon Rapids, MN 2 years ago

Now - how obvious would that be for a follow-up move after finding 30 or so kids in the same bathroom stall during observation - Hey? And then What? Trial over lets expand the service.

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[-] 1 points by DKAtoday (26307) from Coon Rapids, MN 2 years ago

Ummm - I think you replied to the wrong comment.

[-] 1 points by shoozTroll (17632) 2 years ago

They never mentioned how much the system costs, nor who mans the tracking stations.

It's a system ripe for abuse.

But hey ..it's in Texas where freedom really ain't free. It's not really even freedom.

[-] 2 points by freehorseman (267) from Miles City, Mt 2 years ago

How else are they going to keep track of there cattle.

[-] 2 points by Renneye (4004) 2 years ago

More tracking of our kids....

America’s Schools: Breeding Grounds for Compliant Citizens

https://www.rutherford.org/publications_resources/john_whiteheads_commentary/americas_schools_breeding_grounds_for_compliant_citizens

Excerpt:

"Schools in Michigan’s second largest school district broadcast student activity caught by CCTV cameras on the walls of the hallways in real time to let students know they’re being watched.

Some school districts have even gone so far as to electronically track students without notifying their parents. In 2010, it was revealed that a Pennsylvania school district had given students laptops installed with software that allowed school administrators to track their behavior at home. This revelation led to the threat of a class-action lawsuit, which resulted in the school district settling with irate students and parents for $600,000. Similarly, in 2003, a Tennessee middle school placed cameras in the school’s locker rooms, capturing images of children changing before basketball practice. Thankfully, the US Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals struck down the practice in 2008, ruling that students have an expectation of privacy in locker rooms."

[-] 2 points by hchc (3297) from Tampa, FL 2 years ago

This country is out of freakin control.

[-] 1 points by Renneye (4004) 2 years ago

Ha! I'd laugh...if I weren't crying.

[-] 1 points by nomdeguerre (1775) from Brooklyn, NY 2 years ago

And your solution is for the ultra fascists, the pathological lying Romney and his merry neocons, the RATpublicans to retake the presidency? Through third party shenanigans. (Even if the presidency is primarily a puppet position, there is still some real power attached to it.)

[-] 1 points by hchc (3297) from Tampa, FL 2 years ago

You sound just like the right telling the same thing to their voters about Ron Paul - A vote for Ron Paul is a vote for the fascist lying Democrats.

You warmongers just hate democracy and choices dont you?

[-] 2 points by nomdeguerre (1775) from Brooklyn, NY 2 years ago

You so funny. We're on to you, way on to you.

Republicans aren't welcome here, closeted or otherwise. You should leave.

[-] 2 points by hchc (3297) from Tampa, FL 2 years ago

You have no clue what you are talking about. We are onto you as far as your defense of the establishment and pro war stances.

Your love of the status quo makes you much closer to Republicans than I.

You just cant see it. How old are you?

[-] 1 points by nomdeguerre (1775) from Brooklyn, NY 2 years ago

I am extremely antiwar. Obama is primarily the mouthpiece of criminal puppetmasters, starting with the Pentagon revolving door, millionaires-to-be, torture loving, drone murdering generals. But the Republicans are in lockstep with the democracy hating puppetmasters.

A Romney presidency is a terrifying prospect. That is my bottom line.

[-] 3 points by hchc (3297) from Tampa, FL 2 years ago

So you are going to stick with establishment ideology. The ol lesser of two evils thinking is what they want you to do.

Not only do you do that, but you also go around accusing people who are attempting to fix this mess as "shenanigans"...

Democracy does not need people like you.

[-] 2 points by Jencats (20) 2 years ago

I think RFID is good for like pets but children??? Nooooo way.

[-] 2 points by JackHall (412) 2 years ago

Is this Constitutional?

[-] 2 points by Renneye (4004) 2 years ago

Ha! Good question! It would have been unconstitutional a few years ago, but today the constitution conjures images of confetti.

[-] 0 points by alva (-442) 2 years ago

NO !!!

[-] 2 points by Nana2ten (2) 2 years ago

In our town roll call is taken in the morning. In Junior High and High School it is taken in each class. If a student is absent the parents are notified that afternoon or evening. To many absences get a call or visit from the truant officer. Works pretty good because the students know just one skipped class can get them busted.

[-] 2 points by Nevada1 (4784) 2 years ago

Good post Renneye. A 'Police State' thing. Must not be tolerated, not for a second.

[-] 1 points by Renneye (4004) 2 years ago

Thanks Nevada1. We can't let it get past this stage,because next it will be an RFID chip national ID card, which will 'punish' us if we don't comply with one program after the next. This is lunacy! We must fight this!

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (26307) from Coon Rapids, MN 2 years ago

The card will be found to be a failed method for reliability - it will be and was always planned to be a device to be implanted.

In fact a wide scale introduction to the use of the device may be in placing them in released sex offenders.

[-] 2 points by Renneye (4004) 2 years ago

I know DKA...sighhhh. This has been in the works for years. I was just glad to find something that had hit the MSM, so I could gently bring it up on the forum without everyone screaming CT. Most people just don't want to believe this stuff. Its an uphill climb and I'm so happy that there are people like you who also 'know'. lol!

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (26307) from Coon Rapids, MN 2 years ago

Many will refuse to see or even consider what is right in front of them - because they can not deal with it. Much easier on them to make fun of the idea and of people who are considering the ramifications of such things.

[-] 2 points by Renneye (4004) 2 years ago

Yep! Its called 'Normalcy Bias'.

The next stages are already evident in various places around the globe. India is well on its way with biometric ID cards for their entire 1.2 Billion people. We are nothing more to TPTB than organisms that spawn, and must be 'managed'. They're sick.

We need to govern ourselves, because 'they' haven't got a clue!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OI4HJ2Z1CIA&feature=related

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (26307) from Coon Rapids, MN 2 years ago

It is good that the people are beginning to wake up and look around at the world - Hey?

[-] 1 points by Renneye (4004) 2 years ago

Yes DKA, its wonderful. I know that RT is very anti-America, but really, they are doing a pretty good job of getting some critical information out. I inadvertently found out that I have it on television, which is great because I have people that I otherwise respect, that won't believe anything till they've seen it on tv. BIG sighhhh!

[-] 1 points by DKAtoday (26307) from Coon Rapids, MN 2 years ago

Well at least you can show internet video on your tv now - Hey? Progress - one small step for electronics - one huge leap for communications. {:-])

[-] 2 points by OccNoVi (415) 2 years ago

Yes, about the money.

And about conditioning us to be slaves.

[-] 2 points by bensdad (8977) 2 years ago

Texass ?!?!?!?!?!
I suggest that we collect $1 from every sane American
to get Mexico to take it back !!!

[-] 2 points by Shayneh (-482) 2 years ago

After looking at the video it appears that the student will only be tracked on school grounds. So, what is the reason for this

Kids aren't showing up for school and because there are so many students they can't keep track of who's there or who isn't there.

So this is the method they will use to track the students from the time they are on school property until the time they leave.

And if a student doesn't show up they will know immediately who it is and will also know how many students are out that day

Apparently funding for the school revolves around how many students show up for class each day and the school wants to maitain a more accurate record of those "present" and those "absent.

How to solve the problem - Parents - kick the parents in the ass so they will pay attention to their little Johnny or Nancy ensuring they go to school.

The other way to solve this problem is have the parents whose children don't show up, pay the school for the lost funding they would have received.

That will get their attention in a hurry.

[-] 4 points by Renneye (4004) 2 years ago

You said you watched the video, but it doesn't seem so. Nowhere did it say that this is only on school property. Did you listen to all the reasons why this is bad for your children's freedom??

Do you really think that in this "military industrial complex, surveillance state, squeal on your fellow human being" country...that truancy is the real reason they've brought in RFID chips. WTFU!!!

No funding because of truancy?? How about give the teachers and schools the funds they need to teach properly so kids will love learning and come to school!!

I'd like to leave you with one thought...but, I'm not sure you have anywhere to put it.

[-] 4 points by Builder (4202) 2 years ago

That made my day. Thanks

[quote]I'd like to leave you with one thought...but, I'm not sure you have anywhere to put it.[/quote]

If this kind of shit was attempted in Australia, there would be a riot.

The TSA is bad enough, getting felt up by people who don't qualify for a job flipping burgers.

If you don't stand up for something, you will fall for anything.

[-] 5 points by Renneye (4004) 2 years ago

Thanks Builder. These kids and their parents are fighting for their freedom...and I'm with them all the way!

The school district has threatened to suspend, fine or involuntarily transfer students who refuse to wear them. If you can imagine that. Maybe these kids don't want someone knowing when they're in the loo!

There's an old Ben Franklin quote, that has been tweaked...

~ Any society that would give up liberty to gain security will lose both. ~

[-] 5 points by Builder (4202) 2 years ago

Australian parents would simply pull their kids (children) out of that school, and enrol them in another.

Micro-chipping your children, even with a chipped card, is the absolute height of arrogance and insolence.

That's just too over the top to even contemplate.

[-] 3 points by Renneye (4004) 2 years ago

Lol! Can you send a few of your Aussie friends over here?!?!

I jest of course...and yes, it is surveillance run amuck. Poor kids. Its an outrage!

[-] 2 points by Builder (4202) 2 years ago

I'm pretty sure that most of our good actors head stateside for better work opportunities, Renneye.

This "outrage" is what we commonly call the Thin Edge of the Wedge. Short story being, give them an inch, and they'll take a mile.

Stop this shit ASAP, or expect more of the same.

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (26307) from Coon Rapids, MN 2 years ago

They are also introducing this tracking technology by advertising it for your pets. GPS find your lost pet - if found by someone else they can access information from the micro chip to contact you - HOW WONDERFUL - now about yourself and your kids and loved ones - WOULDN'T YOU FEEL BETTER IF...........................

[-] 2 points by Builder (4202) 2 years ago

We have it for our pets. It's optional.

The other 1%ers (outlaw MC gangs) won't use mobile phones, because they can be tracked using the current GPS network of satellites.

Might by BS, but I've been told that your phone can be used as an eavesdropping device. (cue X-files muzak)

[-] 2 points by Renneye (4004) 2 years ago

Those pesky cell phones! Next it will be chipped Cochlear implants!

[-] 2 points by Builder (4202) 2 years ago

The Matrix Revisited. LOL

Agents are coming.

[-] 1 points by Renneye (4004) 2 years ago

LOL!! They're already here! We should be freakin' them out with weird phone conversations! Maybe send them on a wild goose chase! Oh...oh...I should talk real serious, about how I have a tunnel burrowed under my house that goes all the way to Kissinger's place!

[-] 1 points by Builder (4202) 2 years ago

Really? I want a tunnel too.

I feel somehow unimportant now, without a secret tunnel.

[-] 2 points by Renneye (4004) 2 years ago

Oh yah! Can't be without a secret tunnel. All my friends have them too! I'll send you the blueprints that go straight to Kissinger's house. We're working on a couple of the big banksters homes now, and should be ready to break ground in a couple of weeks. We tried to work out something for Hillary Clinton...but, she's a slippery one, that one. Never stays in one place too long. (hehehe!)

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (26307) from Coon Rapids, MN 2 years ago

Wow I am so jealous - I think my landlord would have a problem if I started one here at the apartment complex.

[-] 2 points by Renneye (4004) 2 years ago

LOL! Ya ya, no problem...I'll give you directions to the closest tunnel. I'll have peeps somewhere close by. Shhhh....mum's the word.

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (26307) from Coon Rapids, MN 2 years ago

Not to worry - I won't tell a soul - and no one here would dream of doing such a thing - I think we're good to go.

[-] 1 points by Renneye (4004) 2 years ago

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (19163) from Coon Rapids, MN

Not to worry - I won't tell a soul - and no one here would dream of doing such a thing - I think we're good to go.


LOL!!!

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (26307) from Coon Rapids, MN 2 years ago

Hey - now?!? - what??? ( heeheehee )

[-] 2 points by Builder (4202) 2 years ago

Is this a plot from the Simpsons?

So long since I've seen a tele.

Hillary has a side job sweeping up the mess; that's why she's so skittish.

[-] 2 points by Renneye (4004) 2 years ago

Accurate summary. She's been around the scene for so long now, she knows how cut-throat, and how corrupt it really is.

On the "give my left testicle" scenario, I'm quite sure that Hillary would like nothing more than to be THE ONE to say JUST DO IT to the generals in control of nuking Iran.

If nothing else, her wrinkled face and borrowed name would go down in herstory (new word she devised) as THE ONE to trigger the apocalypse.

Then she could die a happy southern gal.


Oh my...lol! I see you have her number quite well!

I fail to remember a shrewder woman. She gives women a bad name.

I'm at 1:45 am..I've got an early morning. This is my meditative pick for the night. G'nite.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLi_McP8xjw&feature=related

[-] 2 points by Renneye (4004) 2 years ago

Wow...no television! I don't watch much any more, but I do like to watch various news programs for the propaganda content.

Was no 'tele' a conscious choice, or are you too remote?

[-] 2 points by Builder (4202) 2 years ago

A little of both. I can get a number of channels where I am now, but choose not to.

I can get any and all news items from any channel I could imagine, over the web, so I don't feel like I'm missing out on much. Just missing out on the advertising. Even our cable programs are jammed with advertising.

It drives me to drink.

[-] 1 points by Renneye (4004) 2 years ago

[-] 2 points by Builder (2420)

A little of both. I can get a number of channels where I am now, but choose not to.

I can get any and all news items from any channel I could imagine, over the web, so I don't feel like I'm missing out on much. Just missing out on the advertising. Even our cable programs are jammed with advertising.

It drives me to drink.


Lol! You bibesy sot, you!

Ya...I know how upset you must be about missing those ads.

Hillary's a lovely one isn't she?! I wrote about her today in another post here...

http://occupywallst.org/forum/issues-that-obama-and-romney-avoid-by-noam-chomsky/#comment-853154

[-] 2 points by Builder (4202) 2 years ago

Accurate summary. She's been around the scene for so long now, she knows how cut-throat, and how corrupt it really is.

On the "give my left testicle" scenario, I'm quite sure that Hillary would like nothing more than to be THE ONE to say JUST DO IT to the generals in control of nuking Iran.

If nothing else, her wrinkled face and borrowed name would go down in herstory (new word she devised) as THE ONE to trigger the apocalypse.

Then she could die a happy southern gal.

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (26307) from Coon Rapids, MN 2 years ago

It would not surprise me one little bit - to find an electronic backdoor in cell phones or phones in general that would allow them to transmit any conversation in their pick-up ( microphone ) range.

[-] 2 points by Builder (4202) 2 years ago

The recent hacking scandal with Murdoch's news of the world staff proves that anyone with a bit of nous can hack into your cell's message bank, and even delete messages.

I was also informed that the reason we all went digital, (which has been no improvement on analogue, for mine) was because the analogue signal is more secure, so the military and police get to use it.

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (26307) from Coon Rapids, MN 2 years ago

Also because a digital signal can carry more traffic - was another reason given.

[-] 2 points by Builder (4202) 2 years ago

Yes, but it wasn't the improvement it was claimed to be, particularly for television reception.

On the tracking of mobile phones, we have regular bushfire tragedies where people assume they will be fine, and end up getting fried in their homes or cars. The emergency services said that they could pinpoint who was in the danger zone, and where exactly they were, but needed "permission" to send messages to them, for fear of breaching privacy laws.

We went from digital, which was notably worse for coverage, to GSM networks, which provide two-way tracking devices. Sounds a bit fishy to me.

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (26307) from Coon Rapids, MN 2 years ago

And now China wants to build the USA's next digital network. ( good deal - Hey? )

[-] 2 points by Builder (4202) 2 years ago

I'm kinda glad that our gov decided on a physical network of fibre-optic cable, rather than paying a fortune to use satellites from other nations.

Haven't heard about China wanting to do that. I have heard that they are building the odd giant bridge, and shipping it to the US.

It's kinda ironic that the last real bastion of old-school communism now plays such an important role in western finance and infrastructure.

[-] 3 points by DKAtoday (26307) from Coon Rapids, MN 2 years ago

BTW - fiber optic - awesome - secure unless physically tapped.

[-] 3 points by DKAtoday (26307) from Coon Rapids, MN 2 years ago

The rise of the red tide. Where did I read about that? It was decades ago and was a prediction from even further back. Hmmm - will have to do some research I suppose.

[-] 2 points by Builder (4202) 2 years ago

Not sure if they are still buying US bonds, but they do hold more than a bunch of them.

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (26307) from Coon Rapids, MN 2 years ago

Sure - Rope a Dope - page taken from Ali. Public gets wrapped up with the committee - issues get pushed off to the middle distance - government goes on just like before - and the only thing that happens - is more money was just wasted.


[-] 1 points by Builder (2389) 0 minutes ago

The incoming state gov just dismissed over 14,000 public servants, and nobody has noticed any difference in service provision. Though the public hospital system will probably suffer the cuts the worst, most of those positions were what we call "seat-polishers", rather than actual workers.

The usual "answer" to any problem in political sectors today, is to appoint another %&#@ing committee. ↥twinkle ↧stinkle permalink

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (26307) from Coon Rapids, MN 2 years ago

Sure - Rope a Dope - page taken from Ali. Public gets wrapped up with the committee - issues get pushed off to the middle distance - government goes on just like before - and the only thing that happens - is more money was just wasted.


[-] 1 points by Builder (2389) 0 minutes ago

The incoming state gov just dismissed over 14,000 public servants, and nobody has noticed any difference in service provision. Though the public hospital system will probably suffer the cuts the worst, most of those positions were what we call "seat-polishers", rather than actual workers.

The usual "answer" to any problem in political sectors today, is to appoint another %&#@ing committee. ↥twinkle ↧stinkle permalink

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (26307) from Coon Rapids, MN 2 years ago

Sad state of affairs - to say the least. Can anyone say - Mismanagement?


[-] 1 points by Builder (2389) 42 minutes ago

Chinese corps are actively buying up our grazing and broadacre farms.

One of our largest mining giants, Clive Palmer, calls his company China First.

They are basically propping our economy. ↥twinkle ↧stinkle permalink

[-] 2 points by Builder (4202) 2 years ago

The incoming state gov just dismissed over 14,000 public servants, and nobody has noticed any difference in service provision. Though the public hospital system will probably suffer the cuts the worst, most of those positions were what we call "seat-polishers", rather than actual workers.

The usual "answer" to any problem in political sectors today, is to appoint another %&#@ing committee.

Oh, and on the mismanagement issue, a "free trade agreement" signed a while back has allowed more infrastructure to be owned by foreign interests.

[-] 1 points by DKAtoday (26307) from Coon Rapids, MN 2 years ago

I think they now own more of the USA then the Catholic Church. Our only defense from being completely bought/sold will be eminent domain.


[-] 1 points by Builder (2377) 1 minute ago

Not sure if they are still buying US bonds, but they do hold more than a bunch of them. ↥twinkle ↧stinkle permalink

[-] 2 points by Builder (4202) 2 years ago

Chinese corps are actively buying up our grazing and broadacre farms.

One of our largest mining giants, Clive Palmer, calls his company China First.

They are basically propping our economy.

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[-] 3 points by Builder (4202) 2 years ago

I guess it should be the elitists who would want to have their children "chipped", because they are the ones at risk of kidnapping for ransom.

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[-] 2 points by Builder (4202) 2 years ago

Cue X-files muzak.

It really is all about marketing and propaganda these days.

I wonder how all those people in Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan et al feel about being liberated by the benign father figure of US kindness.

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[-] 3 points by DKAtoday (26307) from Coon Rapids, MN 2 years ago

Good comment. Amazing restraint = I'd like to leave you with one thought...but, I'm not sure you have anywhere to put it.

[-] 0 points by Shayneh (-482) 2 years ago

First off the moderator made a comment about tracking with computers, etc. This not the case with these schools. The kids will be wearing a badge.

Second if you go to frame 2:53 you will see that what I said was exactly true - with the badge it can only be tracked for around 100' on school property.

So I would think if a child is being given a computer then yes, it can be monitored whenever its turned on - but that is not the reason for doing this.

You need to look at the video again - and after you look at the frame at 2:53 min into the video you will hear exactly what I posted.

And one more thing - if kids went to school we wouldn't be having this conversation and if the states had enough funds we wouldn't have to be worrying about funding from the feds.

[-] 2 points by Renneye (4004) 2 years ago

So it does. Upon further confirmation it can actually track to 300 ft., but it is of no consequence. The other arguments FAR outweigh the fact that "in the early stages" the kids won't be tracked outside of school. The tracking within the school is bad enough.

The fact is that any perv with an RFID reader can track the kids outside of school. This system is rife with problems for all the reasons people have so eloquently discussed here today, and then some. Even the manufacturer of the RFIDs say that they should not be used for ID or safety purposes.

I as well as many others will not stand by while our kids are being herded like cattle. This is an inhumane practice.

You can't possibly be so short sighted that you can't see where this is headed! Perhaps we parents should make sure that all the school staff and school board members are chipped so we can make sure they are all at work when they're supposed to be.

Here is an interesting comment from someone on another forum...

"...From a current report in WND by Jack Minor, on the students already wearing these chips this year, we read:

.....a counselor at the school told Steve Hernandez, a parent whose daughter Andrea is a sophomore at John Jay [high school], that the district currently does not have any single person assigned to monitor the location of students or track the data.

"That destroys the argument that the purpose to track students for attendance purposes," Hernandez said. "How are they supposed to safeguard privacy concerns if no one is responsible for its administration?"

Heather Fazio, executive director of Texans for Accountable Government, said the district has not been willing to take steps to listen to parent's concerns over the chips.

Highlighting the dangers the chips pose to student privacy issues even while off campus, Fazio said she was able to get list containing the names and addresses of all of the students in the district by filing a Freedom of Information Request. "After paying a $30 fee with the FOIA request I was able to get every student's name and address," Fazio explained. "Using this information along with an RFID reader means a predator could use this information to determine if the student is at home and then track them wherever they go. These chips are always broadcasting so anyone with a reader can track them anywhere."

Read more:

http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2012/10/texas_school_district_to_require_students_to_wear_rfid_chip_whil_on_campus.html#ixzz28x2cIRDJ

[-] 0 points by Shayneh (-482) 2 years ago

What are you talking about - we are talking about the video you posted so stick with the subject matter in this video - OK!

And as far as tracking a "badge" that someone is wearing all they have to do is "wrap alunimum foil" around it if they don't want to be tracked - How hard is that to do and understand.

[-] 2 points by Renneye (4004) 2 years ago

Are you purposely missing the bigger picture, or are you just not able to see it?? THEY ARE LOSING THEIR HUMAN RIGHTS...GET IT?!?!

You may want to read through some of the opinions on the wider implications of this cattle herding trend, on this thread.

Aluminum foil?

Honestly...I must be flypaper to freaks.

[-] 1 points by Renneye (4004) 1 year ago

They are so far beyond what we are aware of, that I truly wonder how this is all going to unfold.

Mind blowing interview with ICAACT, 'International Center Against Abuse of Covert Technologies'. The interview gets more interesting as it goes along. Both of these interviews are very eye opening and show just how 'evil' the powers that be really are...

http://icaact.org/

Also; Dr. Barrie Trowers, who started in Military Microwave Warfare in 1960's. Then became an agent for 11 years.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ZdB-tbzJSrk

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[-] 1 points by Renneye (4004) 1 year ago

To further show that the implantable RFID chip is being considered at high levels.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQw68jl7KXc

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[-] 1 points by nomdeguerre (1775) from Brooklyn, NY 2 years ago

We're just mud people to the sky people.