Middletown, Rhode Island Planning to Put RFID Chips On Children

This is apparently a true story, happening right now: ACLU ISSUES ALARM ABOUT MIDDLETOWN PLAN TO ELECTRONICALLY MONITOR SCHOOL CHIDREN

There are two methods of tracking, school buses and children’s backpacks (what are they going to do about the kids without backpacks?  Hand implants?  Got room on your forehead?).  Kids don’t carry backpacks everywhere anyway.

Mark of the Beast technology, here, now, today.

This isn’t the first time this type of thing has been proposed.  Merchants and corporations and city officials are all keen to track the cattle, err herd, uh the public for their own “benefit and good”.  It simply never occurs to these idiotic bureaucrats and profit-seeking leeches to simply leave us alone.

It is NOT OUR JOB OR DUTY to make “their job” easier.  Most of them are overpaid stuffed shirts anyway, providing little to no service at all.  You let this take hold, then it will be hand implants coming next.

You know what to do.  Revolt.  Rebel.  Yell, scream, holler and say “HELL NO”.

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5 thoughts on “Middletown, Rhode Island Planning to Put RFID Chips On Children

  • June 25, 2008 at 5:21 pm
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    Back when my son was in public school, I may have been the only parent who wouldn’t let them fingerprint him ‘in case of kidnapping’. How would it help in that case? To identify a dead body? No, they wanted everyone’s fingerprints, and DNA, so they could track them using the technology then. Now its RFID

  • June 26, 2008 at 3:42 am
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    A small town near us attempted to get all children’s fingerprints to “make buying lunch easier”. Being a small town in the midwest, the parents went nuts and demanded the program be stopped. Our town is much bigger, with many more students, and using their student I.D. (without thumb print, blood type, or any of those things) works just fine. Besides, my kids bring their lunch from home, drink included. But we do have the nanny-state, too…every year, I’ve had to explain to the “school dentist” that our kids already visit our own dentist, thank you very much.

    They had a voluntary “child I.D.” program that included fingerprinting some years ago (we never took part in it) “just in case your kid went missing”. I noticed that since this mandatory child fingerprinting started in some areas, the child I.D. program is no longer in effect. And I also remember, watching “The Terminator” tv show they traced one of the rebels-from-the-future via fingerprints to a school-age child. Hmmm…I always said that science fiction seemed rather prophetic.

  • June 26, 2008 at 7:13 am
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    HIV Testing To Be Required From All Bronx Adults By New York City Health Department

    New York, NY (AHN) – The New York City’s Health Department wants to make all Bronx adults go through a compulsory HIV test every three years. The push for the mandatory medical test is because of Bronx’s unusually high death rates from AIDS among all boroughs in New York.

    To go around bureaucratic state laws on consent, 40 emergency rooms and storefront clinics would provide voluntary testing procedure. Dr. Thomas Friden, the city’s health commissioner, explained than anyone admitted to an emergency room for other ailments would be asked if they are willing to undergo an HIV test as well.

    The prevalence of poverty in Bronx has prevented its residents from availing of the HIV test. Early detection of the HIV virus could prevent it from becoming a full blown AIDS case if given medication.

    Bronx has 1.3 million residents. Forty percent or 830,000 of its adult population between the ages 18 to 64 underwent HIV testing in 2007. But the remaining 250,000 residents have never taken the HIV exam. The city will shoulder the $12 cost of the laboratory test, said Dr. Monica Sweeney, city assistant health commissioner for HIV prevention.

  • June 27, 2008 at 7:46 am
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    Cops have been pushing the idea of fingerprinting kids for their “protection” and “safety.” Never understood these reasons and rejected them outright as intrusions into privacy.

    Anyone brings RFID to this neck of the woods better be prepared for a fight.

  • June 27, 2008 at 9:32 am
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    Too many parents will buy the idea that fingerprinting or RFID or DNA samples, etc, will somehow ‘protect’ their children. These parents monitor every keystroke their kids do online. They chase kids away from parks because they are ‘unsupervised’ there.

    I could easily have gone that way. I had to consciously dial back on overprotecting my son. All those generations of Jewish mother genes, you know. But I saw thru’ the charade in my family, to the price the others were paying and that I’d be expected to pay. Just like I saw the price of the ‘protection racket’ that the govt. runs. I am doing what I can to break the cycle.

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