"....the latest “MINI RFID” is able to hold over 100GB of data which can be easily updated to include medical records, insurance information, drivers license number as well as criminal history and some outstanding credit debts.""Some parents took issue with the school’s approach, claiming the schools did so without their foreknowledge or consent. Superintendent Gerald Morgan of the Carbon County school district tells National Report that most of these complaints come from families with heavily rooted religious backgrounds."http://nationalreport.net/wyoming-school-implant-rfid/Note-worthy phrasings in the official argumentation supporting the forced implantation: "fringe Christian sects""Xenophobia and superstitions are a common affliction among rural communities.""Unfortunately we still have some locals who are very old fashioned. They like to buy into all these nutty conspiracy theories and what-not."
Check your facts first,friend. This is a bogus site that is a political satire web publication.L
it's not mandatory yet as per official law....so Wyoming clearlywould have no authority to enforce it. And: a few words have changed from the original proposal bill that calls it a "class II device that is implantable" - in detail:‘‘(B) In this paragraph, the term ‘data’ refers to in- formation respecting a device described in paragraph (1), including claims data, patient survey data, standardized analytic files that allow for the pooling and analysis of data from disparate data environments, electronic health records, and any other data deemed appropriate by the Secretary"I'm sure that's enough base material to write fictive stories about,since that device is still in the latest bill.
In my early years one of the subjects I was studying was german literature, and these kind of articles were the actual way to spread informationpacked inside the presentation of 'satire' during the 3rd Reich there.As long as the content was classified as art form or entertainmentit was not under persecution by the state.Most of the real news were transported that way, because mainstream media was 100% government propaganda, nothing of it was uncensored.Is it possible that this 'forward conclusion' gets a reaction, at least a denial, where the bare dry facts do not? When would you talk about the fundamental facts, the writer no doubts has a problem swallowing in silence. Well, as far as I can tell, you don't. You wait for some kind of public development in the hope it all goes away. Or stay with its a "conspiracy theory"But here it comes: I was looking for some reprints of the article,and one christian site has it presented and editorial commented on.And the first thing the editor remarked "this chip is not the mark of the beast"with a long fictional explanation how the "real mark" will be later introduced tothe world. We spoke about that here a few months ago how these kindof arguments are created, he's a strong pretrib believer, and his reasoning has no orientation in scripture, it's really pure fiction,so most likely builds on that foundation: "it cannot be....because the rapture has to come first".Looks to me like nobody thinks in terms of how that beast tech infrastructure of total control of the buying selling process has to be developed in advance,before it is used for simply one purpose. That strategy was a longterm project and doesn't just pop out of nowhere.
It did happen in the San Antonio School District, under the premise of "making everyone safer". http://www.nisd.net/studentlocator/Judicial Precedence has been established (for now). But a Christian girl fought (Andrea Hernandez), was expelled, then re-admitted and San Antonio School District ended up stopping the program citing Civil Liberties Lawsuit, Negative Publicity, Low Participation Rates. She refused to comply on religious objections and stood her ground.Northside ISD Drops RFID Tracking Systemhttp://goo.gl/08SByw9.phphttp://goo.gl/fKMtjiCase History07/16/2013 • Victory: San Antonio Public School Officials End RFID Tracking Program, Citing Civil Liberties Lawsuit, Negative Publicity, Low Participation Rates01/18/2013 • School Officials Reject Request for Accommodation, Kick Andrea Hernandez Out of Magnet School Over Religious Objections to RFID Tracking Program01/18/2013 • Andrea Hernandez Stands Firm, Asks School Officials to Respect Her Religious Objections to RFID Tracking Program, Let Her Use Old Badge & Stay in School01/17/2013 • Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Denies Injunction Prohibiting Texas School Officials from Expelling Student Over Objections to RFID Tracking Badge01/11/2013 • Rutherford Institute Asks Fifth Circuit for Injunction Prohibiting School Officials from Expelling Student Over Objections to RFID Tracking Badge01/10/2013 • Rutherford Institute Files Appeal Challenging Federal Court's Ruling in the Case of a Texas Student Expelled Over Objections to RFID Tracking Badge01/08/2013 • Dismissing Religious Belief Concerns, Federal Court Rules in Favor of Texas School's Expulsion of Andrea Hernandez Over Objections to RFID Tracking Badge01/03/2013 • Rutherford Institute Calls on Court to Reject Texas School's Motion to Dismiss Case of Texas Student Expelled for Refusing to Wear an RFID Tracking Badge12/14/2012 • Federal Court to Hear Case of Texas High School Student Expelled for Refusing to Wear RFID Tracking Badge Due to Religious Objections, Privacy Concern11/30/2012 • Rutherford Institute Asks Federal Court to Prohibit Texas School from Expelling Student with Religious Objections to RFID Tracking Badge11/27/2012 • Sidestepping State Court Hearing, School Officials File for Removal to Federal Court in Case of High Schooler Forced to Wear "Smart ID" Tracking Badge11/27/2012 • Texas Court to Hear Arguments for Preliminary Injunction Against High School in Case of Student Forced to Wear "Smart ID" Tracking Badge11/21/2012 • Victory: Court Grants Rutherford Institute Request to Stop Texas School from Kicking Student Out for Refusing to Wear "Smart ID" Tracking Badge11/20/2012 • Texas School Kicks Student Out of Magnet Program for Refusing to Wear "Smart ID" Tracking Badge—Rutherford Institute to Seek Prelim. Injunction11/14/2012 • Rutherford Institute Warns Texas School Officials Not to Force Students to Wear RFID Tracking Devices, Despite Parental Concerns & Religious Rights
QUOTE:______________________________________________________________"Xenophobia and superstitions are a common affliction among rural communities."______________________________________________________________Too bad these brilliant people do not realize it is these rural folks who produce the bulk of their food. If there would be no profit incentive they would have to grow and scratch for their own food.