Students who refuse to be micro-chipped are punished by Texas schools

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posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 01:33 AM
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Students who refuse to be micro-chipped are punished by tyrannical Texas schools


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The surveillance society continues to expand across America, with those who refuse to go along subject to recriminations and reprisals.

That's what's happening to students at John Jay High School and Anson Jones Middle School in San Antonio whose parents refuse to have their children tracked by school officials.


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posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 01:33 AM
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We hear theories of RFID implants and how the population will be tracked via microchips in the future and articles like this verify that this is the path we are on.

You may not agree with David Icke, but a phrase he uses is the 'Totalitarian Tiptoe', the idea that those who seek an agenda will do so in baby steps as to avoid sounding the alarm amongst the masses. If they take small steps, then they can eventually reach a goal that would not have been accepted had they tried to implement it outright.

The elite cannot force the whole population to have RFID chips implanted in their bodies right now, but they can introduce measures that will work towards that goal, as we see here-



According to reports, the school districts implemented new rules Oct. 1 that require each student to attend classes with photo ID cards embedded with a radio-frequency identification (RFID) chip, so officials are able to track every pupil's location. Educators have said the requirement is necessary to stem rampant truancy, which is, in turn, taking a huge chunk out of the school's funding. If the program is eventually judged to be effective, officials plan to roll it out to all 112 schools in the district, covering some 100,000 students.



Schools will get more funding if all pupils take part, hence the school pushes for all children to carry the RFID chip.

How would this progress? Well, to save losing the ID chips and to make them more efficient, the RFID could be implanted into the body, which would save having to carry it around and risk losing it. The chip would be so small the person would not even know they had the RFID chip in their body...

This is how it starts and if they take small enough steps each time, they can 'tiptoe' to their goals.



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posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 01:46 AM
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Since when have they been microchipping students in HS? That's crazy.



posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 02:02 AM
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Evidently they don't teach students about Faraday Cages?

The other thing; oops, I dropped it in some water, and then accidentally stepped on it when I went to pick it up?

It's not like they're forcing people to have them implanted in their bodies.

Were I in charge of the school district and wanted this implemented, I'd simply make it mandatory that all students have an iPhone, Android, or other similar smart phone that has GPS, under some nifty disguise of a lesson plan, or academic app that backdoors to the GPS allowing for the surreptitious lojacking of the students.

No one would give a single peep of dissent if they all had smart phones.

Most of you have one yourself, voluntarily, of your own free will, and any agency for any or no reason at all can spy on you using it.



posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 02:06 AM
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Since when did school kids expect to have "privacy" while in school? Gosh, what next? Locker searches for contraband?


Well, to save losing the ID chips and to make them more efficient, the RFID could be implanted into the body, which would save having to carry it around and risk losing it.
How is that more efficient? Who cares if you lose an ID card? You get a new one.

No, implants are not the next step. Not where I'm at.
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posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 02:11 AM
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Defend away, this is exactly what TPTB want


To see people actually defend mandatory RFID tracking is kind of shocking.



posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 02:14 AM
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I think keeping track of kids in school is a pretty good idea. Kids tend to do stupid stuff. I speak from experience.

Oh, BTW. This is bull.

"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," she said.
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posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 02:16 AM
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You know what, I think those of you that don't have children are the ones saying how evil and bad this is. Me, I have a 10 year old daughter and I think it is a great idea. I know this is in bad taste and I am going to get flamed here, but I am trying to make a point....you probably wouldn't think like you do if THIS was your daughter: abducted kid
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posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 02:17 AM
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Originally posted by Wonderer2012
Defend away, this is exactly what TPTB want


To see people actually defend mandatory RFID tracking is kind of shocking.



Do you have a smart phone?
You can lie and tell us that you don't even if you do so you can sound cool if you want, but, if you have a smart phone, you've got no real say since you're wearing the dog collar voluntarily of your own free will.

GPS baby.
Any and every GPS capable phone can be used by any and every gov't agency for any or no reason at all to spy on you.

Yup.

The ability is there.

FBI - Cell phones - microphones
That was from 2006

I wonder what they can do now?


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posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 02:18 AM
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Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by Wonderer2012
 

I think keeping track of kids in school is a pretty good idea. Kids tend to do stupid stuff. I speak from experience.

Oh, BTW. This is bull.

"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," she said.
www.naturalnews.com...



'TOTALITARIAN TIPTOE', they're that good at it people actually defend RFID chips being mandatory in schools!

Whether you think it is good or not, it is evidence of a progression, this technology has been created to be used to keep track of people.

First they introduce it to schools to stop kids skipping school, people like you think kids have no right to privacy so you think it is 'Bull', but you'll soon change your tune when the workplace introduces them and then you need them to walk the streets.



posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 02:23 AM
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Originally posted by billy197300
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You know what, I think those of you that don't have children are the ones saying how evil and bad this is. Me, I have a 10 year old daughter and I think it is a great idea. I know this is in bad taste and I am going to get flamed here, but I am trying to make a point here.....you probably wouldn't think like you do if THIS was your daughter: abducted kid


Don't get me wrong, I can see your point and agree to an extent, but this is how stuff like mandatory RFID chips are implemented- it is designed to be a good idea at first.

The increasing survelliance state is good in principle- for safety and security- but once they start this tiptoe, they never take steps back, they just keep going until we lose all privacy.



posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 02:23 AM
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Whether you think it is good or not, it is evidence of a progression, this technology has been created to be used to keep track of people.
Actually the technology was created to keep track of a lot of things. My dog for example. Inventory control for example.


First they introduce it to schools to stop kids skipping school, people like you think kids have no right to privacy so you think it is 'Bull', but you'll soon change your tune when the workplace introduces them and then you need them to walk the streets.
Kids in school have no "right" to be anywhere but where they are supposed to be - in school. I don't need anything to walk down the street today. When I need an ID (much less a chip) to do so, I'll be gone.

BTW, what is bull is the claim that RFID chips "broadcast".



posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 02:27 AM
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Originally posted by Wonderer2012

Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by Wonderer2012
 

I think keeping track of kids in school is a pretty good idea. Kids tend to do stupid stuff. I speak from experience.

Oh, BTW. This is bull.

"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," she said.
www.naturalnews.com...





'TOTALITARIAN TIPTOE', they're that good at it people actually defend RFID chips being mandatory in schools!

Whether you think it is good or not, it is evidence of a progression, this technology has been created to be used to keep track of people.

First they introduce it to schools to stop kids skipping school, people like you think kids have no right to privacy so you think it is 'Bull', but you'll soon change your tune when the workplace introduces them and then you need them to walk the streets.




Seriously, what in the hell kind of parent DOESN'T want to keep track of their kid. How on earth will keeping track of my daughter have anything to do with my workplace. That makes no sense man. When my kid is 18, she can do or go where ever she likes......until then, I am going to be a PARENT and keep track of her. Geez.



posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 02:34 AM
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Originally posted by billy197300

Originally posted by Wonderer2012

Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by Wonderer2012
 

I think keeping track of kids in school is a pretty good idea. Kids tend to do stupid stuff. I speak from experience.

Oh, BTW. This is bull.

"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," she said.
www.naturalnews.com...





'TOTALITARIAN TIPTOE', they're that good at it people actually defend RFID chips being mandatory in schools!

Whether you think it is good or not, it is evidence of a progression, this technology has been created to be used to keep track of people.

First they introduce it to schools to stop kids skipping school, people like you think kids have no right to privacy so you think it is 'Bull', but you'll soon change your tune when the workplace introduces them and then you need them to walk the streets.




Seriously, what in the hell kind of parent DOESN'T want to keep track of their kid. How on earth will keeping track of my daughter have anything to do with my workplace. That makes no sense man. When my kid is 18, she can do or go where ever she likes......until then, I am going to be a PARENT and keep track of her. Geez.


I went to school without being tracked. As did millions of other kids of many generations.

Buying into mandatory RFID to stop truancy (which is the official reason) is just an escuse for those who create this technology to introduce it to the masses.

Teachers back in days gone by had something called registers, they didn't need to know when I went for a wee or if I went the shops on the way home from school.



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posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 02:34 AM
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Originally posted by Wonderer2012

Originally posted by billy197300
reply to post by Wonderer2012
 


You know what, I think those of you that don't have children are the ones saying how evil and bad this is. Me, I have a 10 year old daughter and I think it is a great idea. I know this is in bad taste and I am going to get flamed here, but I am trying to make a point here.....you probably wouldn't think like you do if THIS was your daughter: abducted kid


Don't get me wrong, I can see your point and agree to an extent, but this is how stuff like mandatory RFID chips are implemented- it is designed to be a good idea at first.

The increasing survelliance state is good in principle- for safety and security- but once they start this tiptoe, they never take steps back, they just keep going until we lose all privacy.



There is a huge difference I think. I see your point, but I disagree. If this were to happen to an adult it would be a whole different monster. BUT as adults are we not responsible for our children? That's what this is about, tracking kids.......not grown arse people.



posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 02:40 AM
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Originally posted by billy197300

Originally posted by Wonderer2012

Originally posted by billy197300
reply to post by Wonderer2012
 


You know what, I think those of you that don't have children are the ones saying how evil and bad this is. Me, I have a 10 year old daughter and I think it is a great idea. I know this is in bad taste and I am going to get flamed here, but I am trying to make a point here.....you probably wouldn't think like you do if THIS was your daughter: abducted kid


Don't get me wrong, I can see your point and agree to an extent, but this is how stuff like mandatory RFID chips are implemented- it is designed to be a good idea at first.

The increasing survelliance state is good in principle- for safety and security- but once they start this tiptoe, they never take steps back, they just keep going until we lose all privacy.



There is a huge difference I think. I see your point, but I disagree. If this were to happen to an adult it would be a whole different monster. BUT as adults are we not responsible for our children? That's what this is about, tracking kids.......not grown arse people.


But this is how it is introduced, it starts off seemingly benign, the whole theory behind the 'Totalitarian Tiptoe' is that they cannot introduce mandatory RFIS tracking to the whole population as people would refuse it.

So first, they introduce it to schools. People even support this as they can see benefits to it.

Then world events take a turn and the government decides people who post on sites like ATS should be tracked also. Then their family members might be next to be tracked etc, it is a slipperty slope IMO.



posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 02:43 AM
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Or let's approach this from another angle.

Tech company or whatever creates RFID chips-

1- Did they create it because they are concerned about the safety and truancy levels of kids and are then content they have served mankind?

2- Or did they create it to make even more money and wish for the tech's influence to spread to other areas of society?



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posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 02:43 AM
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Those of you out there really think the govt cares about your kids?



Good One


Wake up. Look at the world around you.

stop living in fantasy land. These people want as much power as you are willing to give them. Been like that forever.

..and people still buy into it. Sad.



posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 02:53 AM
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Teachers back in days gone by had something called registers, they didn't need to know when I went for a wee or if I went the shops on the way home from school.


And they won't know that now either. Well, they may know when you go to into the bathroom if there is a reader in the doorway and they bother to check but all they have to do now is walk over there anyway. Once you leave school grounds they don't know where you are, just that you aren't at school.



posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 02:55 AM
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They were created to keep track of a variety of things.
They are manufactured and sold because there is a demand for them for keeping track of a number of things. Like my dog if he gets lost. Like inventory control. Like keeping kids in school - where they should be.
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