Exposed Huge K-12 Database: Bill Gates & Carnegie Co On Millions Of Children Social Profiles

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posted on Mar, 6 2013 @ 11:15 AM
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Well it may not be long before we lose our rights to parent entirely. Have you seen this? Just got an email about it yesterday from HSLDA and was going to make a new topic but search brought up one from last year. Just added the info I have found to it...

ATS link to UN CRPD thread

I believe (MY opinion!) that all concerned parents, grandparents, homeschoolers, "un"schoolers, freedom loving Americans, other countries, etc should at least look into it and the implications of passing it.

As of right now it has been signed but not ratified by the U.S....
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posted on Mar, 6 2013 @ 11:28 AM
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Thanks for the links on that issue, it is hugely important, IMO.
You would think that the governments have enough to worry about
already, and they do a lack luster job with a lot of it...that they would
realize they do not have the resources to then also take on the job
of "professional" "intervention" with medical issues for children that
have parents.

It seems to expose an agenda...to remove rights from parents, and substitute
The State as gaurdians...Like Hillary once said "It takes a village to raise a child" .
Her words reflect a socialist agenda, one that has continued on since the time
of public schools.



posted on Mar, 6 2013 @ 11:34 AM
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I really wondered that myself, until I read your post about this database yesterday.
Having all of the kids current classroom information already stored in a virtual warehouse essentially, really makes gathering the information that they want nice and easy to access.

Here is a link to info that is assessed
www.grunwald.com...

Here is a link to SmartBoards website, it has changed quite a bit since I was there last year
smarttech.com...

They are taking things too far, especially when kids still can't even read a book!



posted on Mar, 6 2013 @ 11:48 AM
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Why do they need any of the information? And what is their entitlement?



posted on Mar, 6 2013 @ 03:16 PM
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They claim that they are entitled to this information to be stored, used in a database,
and then sold as they are the educators, that somehow this is in the best interest
of the children.

So they claim.



posted on Mar, 14 2013 @ 01:43 PM
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Developments in the story, this is now hitting mainstream news,
it is finally on the top of Drudge.....

and parents in New York are outraged. The NY School district is bactracking and now saying
that the information in the database will not be sold. (yeah right) .

The ACLU is involved....


The New York Civil Liberties Union blasted the city for failing to disclose the plan to the public or offer parents a chance to opt out.

Public Advocate Bill de Blasio protested the move in a letter to city and state officials.

"I don't want my kids' privacy bought and sold like this," de Blasio wrote
www.nbcnewyork.com...



posted on Mar, 26 2013 @ 12:56 PM
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Michael Farriss is tackling this issue, making parents aware.
It is not apparent if he is planning a lawsuit....developing...


ParentalRights.org President Michael P. Farris says parents have plenty to worry about when it comes to inBloom’s national database.

“The greatest immediate threat to children is the threat to their privacy,” Farris told WND in an exclusive interview. “The Supreme Court has recognized a sphere of privacy within the family, but this project would take personal information about each child, apart from any considerations of parental consent, and put it into a database being managed and monitored solely by the government agencies and private corporations that use it.”

And with globalists like Bill Gates (the world’s second richest man with a net worth of $61 billion) and big government joining hands in the project, could children’s information be abused for ulterior motives?

“I cannot speak to Mr. Gates’ personal motivations, [but] the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has been connected with human rights organizations that promote the internationalist mindset, and this project clearly fits with that agenda,” Farris explained. “The Convention on the Rights of the Child committee has repeatedly browbeat nations to create a national database just like this that will allow the government to track children,
www.wnd.com...

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