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PostSubject: Students who refuse to be micro-chipped are punished by tyrannical Texas schools    Mon 15 Oct 2012, 07:57

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

(NaturalNews) The surveillance society continues to expand across
America, with those who refuse to go along subject to recriminations and

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.

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.

Kids who won't wear
the ID trackers - which are supposed to be carried in pockets or around
the neck - complain they are being targeted by teachers and are not
permitted to take part in certain school functions. Some have even said
they have been refused entrance to common areas like libraries and

Mark of the beast?

One student, Andrea
Hernandez, a sophomore at John Jay, said in an interview that educators
have turned a deaf ear to her pleas to respect her privacy and have told
her she can't participate in school elections if she doesn't comply
with the tracking program (apparently the Constitution really isn't taught in many U.S. schools these days).

In an interview with Salon,
Hernandez said subjecting herself to such continual monitoring was like
being branded with "the mark of the beast," a Biblical reference to the
Book of Revelations.

Later, in a separate interview published by WorldNetDaily, Hernandez said the school
responded by threatening her with the loss of her right to vote in the
school's homecoming king and queen contest for disobeying.

"I had
a teacher tell me I would not be allowed to vote because I did not have
the proper voter ID," Hernandez told WND. "I had my old student ID card
which they originally told us would be good for the entire four years
we were in school. He said I needed the new ID with the chip in order to

Upon refusing to wear the RFID-chipped ID, the web paper
said Deputy Superintendent Ray Galindo fired off a statement to her
parents: "We are simply asking your daughter to wear an ID bad as every
other student and adult on the Jay campus is asked to do."

If she
still refused; he went on, later repercussions would be stiffer than
merely revoking her rights to vote in homecoming contests once the
school decides to make the monitoring a mandatory attendance rule.

urge you to accept this solution so that your child's instructional
program will not be affected. As we discussed, there will be
consequences for refusal to wear an ID card as we begin to move forward
with full implementation," Galindo wrote.

Steve Hernandez,
Andrea's father, told WND that the school seemed somewhat willing to
work with his daughter, but went on to say the family is simply
unwilling to "agree to stop criticizing the program" and endorse it

"I told him that was unacceptable because it would
imply an endorsement of the district's policy and my daughter and I
should not have to give up our constitutional rights to speak out
against a program that we feel is wrong," Mr. Hernandez said.

Profiting from privacy destruction

But there's money in tracking and privacy violation, you see - at least in this case.

Northside Independent School District is set to collect north of $2
million in state funding to revise its poor attendance records; the RFID
program will cost only about a quarter of that amount, with another
$136,000 in annual maintenance costs.

But that money will likely not offset damages from unintended privacy violations on the back end: Heather Fazio, of Texans for Accountable Government, told WND she filed a Freedom of Information Act request
regarding the program, for which she paid a $30 filing fee, and
received the names and addresses of every student in the district.

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.

A spokeswoman for the American Civil Liberties Union told the local San Antonio Express-News earlier this year her organization expects to file a legal challenge to the tracking program.

Rebecca Robertson, who is with a local branch of the organization said
that, "the ACLU of Texas will not be able to represent you or your
daughter in this matter," saying the case did not meet the group's

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