SHOCKINGLY AWFUL: US school districts begin RFID tagging of students for surveillance

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  1. HonestJoe

    HonestJoe Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    That depends on exactly how the ID is being used by the school. Still nobody has been able to provide any information about that but still people are making defintive statements that would rely on that information.
     
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    dang, now I know why some don't like public schools, my public school was nothing like yours
     
  3. Marshal

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    Where was this... The US? Was it because of the high blackmexican/white ratio?? If it's this way for you, you should really try going to JHSA. There are so many blacks that the whole society has devolved into chimpanzeeism.

    I think it's great that ALL PEOPLE will have a place of their own. After being mixed with these races, I tell you it is NOT WRONG to hope and dream for some place which is a white culture. You deserve a place of YOUR OWN, and a government who respects whites' rights! They are INSANE who believe that turning the country black is the right way to go, while preserving the white is an act of racism. Who are they to decide! The will of the people is only to live, and to thrive, and to PRESERVE! The US Government with its evil policies is killing the white race and culture. AS I SAID, every culture deserves a wonderful place to live. The US Government is ensuring this for all but not for the caucasian people, and they do this purely for chimp labour.
     
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    Yeah, I've heard of it.

    Ever heard of "taking ideas to their ridiculous extreme"?
     
  5. Marshal

    Marshal New Member Past Donor

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    Slow boiling of the frog is inhumane. If you want him slow boiled, have the decency to braise him in a hot boil first, and transfer him to a slow boil afterward. With that said...

    What the €£¥#%^* are you two talking about.
     
  6. RtWngaFraud

    RtWngaFraud Banned

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    Nothing wrong with being safe, but that can be accomplished without having a camera up someone's azz. RFID tagging is friggin' INSANE. The people that think it's just great are even more insane. Maybe we should get somebody to wipe our collective butts for us too huh? Wouldn't that be safer???
     
  7. saintmichaeldefendthem

    saintmichaeldefendthem New Member Past Donor

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    I hope to God you're not a parent.
     
  8. RtWngaFraud

    RtWngaFraud Banned

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    Oh...I am...and a darn good one. My son excels well above the field of average lemming children. He skipped a grade this year. Amazingly...he did it without having to be RFID'd.
     
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    I won't bother deciding whether you're just lying about having a son or you're an irresponsible parent. Every flesh and blood parent I meet in person wants schools to employ every tool at their disposal to keep track of their kids at all times. This is because real parents love their children and don't want them in danger. If you have a son, especially the super-boy you just described, I feel sorry for him. But I'm sure when he turns up missing, you'll get notified sometime within a 24 hour window.
     
  10. protectionist

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    I wonder where you went to school. I went to school back in the 50's in New York City. Schoolyards were like war zones, with teachers afraid to get involved. When my kids went to school in the 90's it was the same way in California. Now I'm in Florida, and the news shows show it to be the same old thing. Kids beating on other kids. Kids robbing other kids. etc.
    And teachers and school officals ? Still hiding under their desks.

    The camera/recorders would achieve a few things.

    1. They could deter the bad kids from being so aggressive **

    2. They could catch criminal activity on video, where it could be used as definite proof (so school officials wouldn't have to worry about going up against defensive parents of bad kids, and their lawyers)

    3. It could allow school security to keep track of kids and watch them. They are KIDS. They NEED WATCHING.

    ** Let's not forget that in all populations of any age group, there is some % of criminal element. In adults, this % is largely locked up in prisons (or executed). But in the child society (the schools) the criminal % is THERE with the kids. They haven't been sorted out yet, and they are dangerous.
     
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    Maybe his kid is one of the bullies who go around beating on the other kids, and he doesn't want the exposure (legal proof of his kid's criminality)
     
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    We don't need cameras or RFID chips to keep everybody "safe". Your miserable attempt at trying to insinuate that I'm somehow a bad parent because I don't want my kid tagged with a chip is ridiculous (but typical of the right wing). There are other ways to deal with bullies, drugs, or whatever. It's not relying on a camera so the lazy azzes can sign off and excuse themselves from the responsibility of doing their jobs. Pay teachers a decent salary, staff the schools accordingly, and don't jam 30 or 40 students in classrooms and expect one person to keep a lid on everything. Communicate with your kid. interact with the school teachers...be involved to some decent degree and jam your RFID tags. My kid isn't a beast in the wild that needs to be tagged. My your kid is...mine isn't. He has the benefit of a good staff of teachers, my communication with the staff, and his own good upbringing.
    You just tag your kid like a marine mammal and enjoy. I'll do it my way...thank you very much.
     
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    I raised my son better than that. I told him..."Being a bully means you'll grow up republican and you don't want that, do you?" Scared him to death I think.
     
  14. Marshal

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    What did you feed him? My theory is you did NOT feed him a diet of American food, and please do NOT.

    My second son enjoyed eating American style food from a young age. As soon as I noticed severe repercussions I removed him completely from the diet and required him only to eat natural food. He is making a recovery.
     
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    What did you feed him? My theory is you did NOT feed him a diet of American food, and please do NOT.

    My second son enjoyed eating American style food from a young age. As soon as I noticed severe repercussions I removed him completely from the diet and said would you like to eat only natural food, the best I can find? And he is making a recovery.
     
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    Well, he only on rare occasions drinks soda. Very limited. He mostly drinks bottle spring water. Gatorade on occasion. For food..he gets no "Hot Pockets" or any of that kind of crap. He eats dinner with us, nothing processed. If it has an ingredient in it that I can't pronounce, he doesn't eat it. He like baked chicken., broccoli, an occasional hamburger (no processed cheese). Home made wheat spaghetti w/fresh garlic and tomato sauce. Pizza on occasion (the grocery store made ones...not the frozen crap). He likes raw spinach. He likes Asian fried rice, and he loves shrimp (no farm raised crap), loves snow crabs. His lunch is usually packed for school as the menu they have is mostly slop. He does well. He's a great kid.
     
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    So what... they can tell when a kid is in class? Good.
    Can they tell if the kid is in a crack den across town getting high? No? Shame.
     
  18. fiddlerdave

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    Sorry.

    You are a decade or so behind the times.

    First of all, as the number of internet networked RFID readers, trcking you or your children anywhere is more and more doable.

    However, what is not uncommon NOW is your RFID tag also having a GPS locator on it. When you walk by a scanner, it downloads the record of where you have gone in the last 24 hours or whatever.

    You can even build this yourself, although it will be much more bulky.

    From Sparkfun electronics, get the RFID and a GPS, and become a GOD!

    A GPS, $39

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    An RFID tag with 1k internal memory storage for storing locations from the GPS to be dowwnloaded when the tag is read. $2.95

    [​IMG]
     
  19. Marshal

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    Not only this, but it subjects children to electromagnetic radiation transmission at close range. Not only from the RFID, but from the recievers. The children will be swimming in a sea of electric signals.

    In combination of food chemicals and corporate and US Government endorsed science experiments fed to our children, they will have electromagnetic radiation beamed in their heads.

    To top it off with (*)(*)(*)(*)ty teaching. Then the US citizens will be forced to pay for the lofty state surveillance apparatus only for Pentagon pigs to fulfill their desire for more funding. Yet again the common US people, who are SUPPOSED to be the €£¥#%^* country, are shafted and marginalized by the alien US entities, and treated as cattle. There are not even plans to protect them in national emergency, but they will be expended and enslaved for the defense of the Pentagon!
     
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    I'll say this,,,some schools need this type of protection a hell of a lot more than others. My office was two blocks away from a High School, fights all day long, stabbings, even some shootings just awful.
    It would be great to be able to bust these idiots, too many kids are scared to snitch.
     
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    I do not see the big deal, I don't see it as big brother government tracking as it is only on school premises. Schools can be organized chaos at times, anything that can help the staff keep track of the children is a good thing.

    Heck when my son was born I looked to see if micro chipping him like with gps capabilities was an option (and not some bracelet that is noticeable and can be removed easily). There is no greater nightmare for a parent then having your child taken or to have them go missing.
     
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    Tagging your kid like some form of wildlife is retarded. Maybe RFIDing the parents and having police monitor them ain't a bad idea though. The parents probably would object to that though huh?
     
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    Yeah, I actually care about the welfare of my child. Think of all the children who could have been saved from rape, murder, trafficking, etc. with this type of technology.

    I am going to go out on a limb and guess you are not a parent.

    This tagging in the school only works on school premises. The only people I can see getting rationally upset over this are high school kids. It certainly would have prohibited some of the fun I had during those years.
     
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    May as well tag everybody in the inner cities too then. Lotsa bad things going on there that need to be monitored 24/7. Anybody that drives or operates a boat needs an RFID too. Make sure they don't drive drunk or speed. Let's not exclude grandma and grandpa either. We need to keep track of them 24/7. Anyone with a life insurance policy too. Make sure they are not lying about anything that would increase premiums or void the policy.

    Your kid isn't a dolphin or an endangered seal in the wild. Parents need to quit expecting everybody else to take up their slack. You don't like the schools they're in? Do something about it. Home school them. MOVE. Get a second job and stick them in a private school. Unless you're perfectly willing to RFID yourself 24/7 and accept somebody else monitoring YOU every waking second, then you shouldn't expect your kid to be tracked like whales.
     
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    Your guess is wrong.

    Spend half the time you spend texting and apply it towards your kid's welfare. That would be selfish though huh?
     

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