COMMENT – Texan schoolgirl expelled for refusing to wear RFID tag
Look at what they are using the tag for:
“Students need the lanyard to use the library or cafeteria, vote in school elections, and in some cases for toilet breaks, and it allows the school to track their every movement throughout the day.”
TAP – why worry? educate at home. make a life outside the totalitarian state system. It has to be possible.
JULIA adds –
Schools and prisons have a lot in common.
Kids get used to it as normal. That will help them later on in life when they are expected to be robots working for corporates. Every move tracked. Every action instructed. No independent thought allowed.
Schools are set up with incentive schemes and punishment schemes which make sure they carry out this kind of surveillance.
Home education is still legal. The downside is that schools have a monopoly on children, so peer social life can be a bit limited. But the more people that home school, the more this balance will shift.