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"Microchipped school uniforms notify parents when kids skip school"

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posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 07:24 AM
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Originally posted by Xtrozero
School uniforms means private school?


Not necessarily. A lot of public schools require then now, supposedly to cut down on gang-related clothing, make students seem more equal, etc.

Even if the tech for this "doesn't exist yet", you can bet it will. I suspect that it does, personally. They can already track pets, and making something that could be laundered would not be that difficult. They already make clothing with little sound effects, music, or lights, etc, that you can toss in the washer. The mechanisms are simply sealed into a little thick plastic "bubble".

Always knew I didn't like the idea of a school uniform! Now I have more reason!




posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 07:52 AM
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I guess Brazil is not fearful of the mark of the beast like most Americans chrisitans are
let chip the uniforms for now, we already have them on our cell phones and internet gadgets.

Next, when people are all happy with the results of the uniform tracking in Brazil, they probably will be the first ones to microchips their young generation from birth with chips in the babies foreheads



posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 12:03 PM
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All living beings have some electric current, just match the usage to powersource or some kind of stepping mechanism (insert the new graphine capacitors here) or something else and wala.



posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 12:23 PM
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In the U.S., In the state of Oklahoma, In the Putnam City School district, if a child is not in class the parents, if they have provided the correct information, will be notified by phone that their child was absent. Each class takes an account of student attendance. Why is this different from the use of clothing to establish absence? I agree that using clothing and recording movement through technology is provocative, yet in school districts around the world, especially when class size is very large, how else would you record attendance?



posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 12:56 PM
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What happens if the kid takes the shirt off, and gives the shirt to a friend, so the friend takes the shirt to the school?



posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 01:03 PM
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People who say parents should do a better job don't have kids and have no clue how it really works.



posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 01:23 PM
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It comes down to basic logic. How can you track people? There must have been some kind of brain-storming session and the best that that group could come up with was putting chips in clothing. To attribute this decision to a global conspiracy is not very reasonable. I think that at some point in time there was a group of people, responsible for these kids, who said "What do we do to make sure we know they are in school?"



posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 02:39 PM
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the day I need to monitor my child like that is a day I realize I am doing something seriously wrong as a parent. I trust my kids, I also trust that they will make mistakes and mess up along the way. That's part of growing up and learning. If they skip school I still know about it and don't need a chip to tell me as much. I get calls from the schools automated system to say they were marked unexcused absence.

Makes me every grateful that I am a stay at home mom and friend to my kids. I trust them and I hope they feel they can trust me too. Sure they may try to skip or do things to find their own independence, but that isn't the end of the world. They are honestly and quite biasedly *yup.. made up my own word* great people. If I were not their mom, they are the type of people that I would have as friends. I know a lot of parents go on and on about how they need to trust their kids, but in my mind my kids need to trust me. I think too many parents just assume they are trustworthy because they wouldn't intentionally do something to hurt their kids or that they think they just know best. But trust goes both ways and it is more important to me that they trust me than I trust them. They learn how to be trustworthy by being around trustworthy people. In many discussions with the boys I even will let them know that if I have ever done anything to make them question if they can trust me then I'm not doing something right. And then I temper all of that with the fact that they are growing up and will do things to find their own way, their own independence and control. I trust them, but I also know they are different people than me and will make their own choices in life. Good, bad or ugly I'll always be there for them and hopefully never feel the need to monitor them like a dog that needs to be kept caged.



posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 02:57 PM
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Can you say that all families give the same type of attention to their kids as you do? This is why. Parents are not created equally. Children are not created equally. We must accomodate the others.



posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 03:19 PM
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If your parenting is sooooo bad that you can't trust your kid not to skip school, and you need to put a chip in their clothes, then something is wrong.


My parents are really good, but I still skipped school every day.
It was all me.
But that's all part of growing up and part of being different, not all kids are the same.
But these people, TPTB, want everyone chipped and they want everyone to be the same because that way it's a hell of a lot easier to control us.
A land and people with no freedom, all chipped, with no ambitions, just entertained, consuming and dying of diseases, coming to a living room near you....or wait, it's here already!
But imagine if everyone was like that and no one thought out the box, just imagine.
In time, everyone will be mixed into the same bowl and be expected to follow the herd at all cost, those who don't will get harvested for organs, legally.

That's a possible future stemming from the present.



posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 03:19 PM
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Double post.
edit on 28-3-2012 by Dr Cosma because: (no reason given)



posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 03:25 PM
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What did you gain from skipping? If you gained something did you share it? How should society adapt to those students who don't seem to see a need for an educational process that is currently represented? Can you propose an alternative to the current paradigm?



posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 03:38 PM
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Originally posted by Bullypulpit

Originally posted by lonewolf19792000
This is just a test run for the Mark of the Beast. Been hearing whispers that people are going to start getting chipped in 2013, round 1st or 2cd quarter. Guess were going to find out either way.
Obamacare requires biometric microchips beginning on March 2013.Its I'm the law already signed.Failure to chip denies your medical care until you do chip.Guess who insisted that be put in the bill?
And many many animals who have had locator chips developed cancer and tumors and still do.
edit on 28-3-2012 by Bullypulpit because: Slip sliding away

Not true, this was in the original bill HR 3200 which did not pass congress, HR 3590 was the the one that passed, no chips. It would have never happened anyway and they know it, just more conditioning for future agendas.



posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 04:04 PM
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I gained freedom and a sense of self control. It was something that I could control and I didn't feel like a puppet or slave of some adult. I wanted to live 'my' life rather than have someone tell me how, when, where and why to live it as though my goals and needs in life just automatically should have somehow represented their own.



posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 04:06 PM
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Originally posted by nixie_nox
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People who say parents should do a better job don't have kids and have no clue how it really works.


Not true at all! I have four kids and see parents all over the place, including myself who should do a better job. There is no perfect parent, just as there are no perfect kids, but ALL parents have areas of their parenting that they could be doing a better job.



posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 09:51 PM
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Parents can already track their children through a program on their iphones ect. We did it on earlier phones as well.Back to the subject though, My opinion is these chips should not be forced on anyone That is a very dangerous idea. However, If a parent wants to implant their child with a surgically removable chip in order to prevent abduction I am all for it. It comes down to having the freedom to make a choice, but nothing forced on anyone or our Children. ~$heopleNation



posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 10:43 PM
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I have mixed thoughts on this, and ill explain why.

Pros
If it's kids 13 and under, I can see this as being beneficial. Think about how many child abductions can be avoided. I can see this being a parents relief. Kids are mostly to worry about due to predators.

On the other hand

Con

If its 14+ it could ruin a teens experience and will become alienated and harassed.

Either way I dont like the idea of any tracking, I enjoy my privacy very much, I dont do harm to others, but then again, being nice can also get you in trouble these days it seems.



posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 11:03 PM
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I would like to know if there is a cheap way to chip my kids 4 & 7 maybe in a bracelet or something non conspicuous for kidnapping etc they go on a lot of girl guide excursions camps etc, but more cause we spend a lot of time in the bush and even an unprepared adult wont survive long in the Aussie bush so could mean the diff between a headache & a tragedy. Any ideas people there not old enough for phones & it would need to be something a kidnapper would not discard straight away like bag or cloths.

I don't think there is much point forcing this on teenagers but I don't live in Brazil either so I'll hold judgement, here in Oz roll is taken in every class if your not there you better have an excuse and if your caught waging once then parents are phoned whenever u are not present so chip is kind of useless.

Nearly all public schools here have mandatory school uniform mainly for the purpose of stopping kids from getting picked on for not having the right cloths, we have charity drives through the year gold coin donation = free dress day.
On another tangent we had them raise the debate for national DNA data base for all citizens again this morning with a renewed push for it via law enforcement. Of course bragging how it will help to greatly reduce crime, find victims ect and completely ignoring and in fact denying any chance of miss use. They even openly stated they have all our DNA from the early 60's on from the heel pricks we get when we are born so it won't just be for newborns on.
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posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 11:37 PM
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Do we as parents have the right to implant anything into our children? The idea seems very wrong to me.



posted on Mar, 30 2012 @ 07:11 AM
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Next, chastity protection chip?



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