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The “Electronic Concentration Camp” – Girl Expelled from School for Refusing RFID Chip

by Michael Krieger, Liberty Blitzkreig

A total surveillance state is being implemented right in front of us, and amazingly, pretty much no one seems to care.

From WND:

A student in a Texas school district has been told she is to be expelled for refusing to wear a student ID badge that essentially places her in an “electronic concentration camp.”

WND previously reported on the case of Andrea Hernandez, a student at John Jay High School in the Northside Independent School District in San Antonio, Texas. This year, the school implemented a new program requiring students to wear badges containing an RFID chip, which would be used to track them anywhere they went, including the restrooms. Hernandez refused to wear the chip, citing privacy and religious issues.

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2 comments to The “Electronic Concentration Camp” – Girl Expelled from School for Refusing RFID Chip

  • Good she’s escaped the slave camp, educate yourself.

  • NaySayer

    Schools get their federal money by having student butts in the seats. If enough kids left over this then the school district would lose soooo much money that they might be forced to reconsider.

    There probably aren’t enough kids there who aren’t parented by sheeple to protest at that level though.

    This is Texas? Even in Texas they are doing this? What hope have the rest of us if Texas is falling for this crap?

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