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Pupil Hernandez, who refused to wear RFID, loses appeal

BBC News

A Texan student who refused to wear a badge with a radio tag that tracked her movements has lost a federal court appeal against her school’s ID policy.

The radio chips track attendance, which in turn helps secure school funding.

But Andrea Hernandez, 15, stopped wearing the badge on religious grounds, saying it was the “mark of the beast”.

After John Jay High School suspended her, she went to court and won a temporary injunction to continue her studies at the school, without the tag.

The federal court ruling overturned that, saying if she was to stay at the school, she would be required to wear the badge. Otherwise, she would have to transfer to a new school.

The new identification policy at the Northside Independent School District (NISD) in San Antonio, Texas, began at the start of the 2012 school year.

John Jay High School is one of two schools piloting the programme, which eventually aims to equip all student badges across the district’s 112 schools with radio-frequency identification (RFID) chips.

The badges reveal each student’s location on their campus, giving the district more precise information on attendance.

The daily average of the attendance is related to how much funding each school receives.

But Miss Hernandez said the badge was the “mark of the beast”, as described in chapter 13 of the Book of Revelation in the Bible.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-20957587

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8 Responses to Pupil Hernandez, who refused to wear RFID, loses appeal

  1. NC says:

    She is absolutely correct. The Mark of the Beast.

    And San Antonio is the test trial of RFIDs capital of Texas. It’s also the biggest area of military bases in Texas, so it makes me wonder why these so-called faithful U.S. soldiers who have sworn an oath to protect this country are going along with it and not doing a damn thing about it. It pisses me off!

  2. RL says:

    Home school and stop funding them.

  3. Enbe says:

    How do you stop funding them? Texas is a property tax state, and the largest share of property taxes is to fund schools, over which citizens have no voice and are essentially taxed without representation. To stop funding these unconstitutional Texas school practices by not paying taxes will only result in cities and counties foreclosing on those properties for back taxes. School boards are elected but it would be difficult indeed to recall school board members in a city such as San Antonio and fire the administration of John Jay High School, particularly when it is federal education dollars that are motivating these nazi-zionist tactics. I really believe to get at the core of the infestations plaguing our nation and localities, it needs to start at the federal level and continue on down.

  4. BentSpear says:

    I wouldn’t give it the same status as “Mark of the Beast”. The Texas turds that implemented this goatf^ck chipping already have delusions of grandeur.

  5. Shawn says:

    @ Enbe… Then how would attendance affect funding if that were true… Call me crazy but the way they are pushing so fast toward the new world order. The anti christ is here and all hell is about to break loose.

    • Enbe says:

      Property taxes for school funding are distributed based on poverty of the school district (Texas has a Robin Hood plan which essentially robs from the “richer” school districts to give to the “poorer” school districts, plus distribution is also based on average student daily attendance [I think it’s around $30 per student attending per day]). How the state distributes school tax dollars is definitely not as simplistic as the article makes it out to be. Plus each school district can qualify for federal tax dollars, whether by policies put in place and/or applying for federal grants.

      One of the federal grants a school district has the option of applying for is the Safe Schools/Healthy Students (SS/HS) federal initiative:

      Big Brother invades our classrooms (http://www.salon.com/2012/10/08/big_brother_invades_our_classrooms/): “…the federal government has taken up the issue of school-based surveillance in a big way. The Safe Schools/Healthy Students program was established in 1999 and has pumped more than $2 billion into some 365 urban, rural, suburban and tribal school districts.”

      The Safe Schools/Health Students Initiative (http://www.sshs.
      samhsa.gov/community/evaluation.aspx) is a unique Federal grant-making program designed to prevent violence and substance abuse among our Nation’s youth, schools, and communities… [Actually, IMO, it’s simply about desensitizing students to being constantly surveilled.]

      “The extent to which this unique multiagency [U.S. Department of Education, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and U.S. Department of Justice] collaborative initiative is associated with project-wide improvements in the following outcome categories:
      · Reduced frequency of violent incidents in schools,
      · Reduced rates of current alcohol, drug, and tobacco use among students,
      · Greater access to mental health services among youth,
      · Reduced truancy among students….”

      I agree that all hell is about to break loose.

  6. Shawn says:

    Also you are still funding the education whether your child is attendjng that school or not.

  7. RL says:

    Additional funding comes from state and fed above school tax on home owners. For every child, the school is allotted many additional funds to teach each child. This impacts every aspect from hiring employees, policy, bus, feed, maintenance, teaching materials, training, meetings, school organizations, office supplies, security, medicine, prevention and on and on. More children means more money.

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