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Students Forced To Wear Radio Frequency IDs At Multiple Schools


Big brother has taken it to a new level, outfitting student Ids with tracking devices at Santa Fe Junior High and Santa Fe High School. Minus a few high profile shootings, schools are generally known as a safe environment for our children. Why then are these schools outfitted school ids with tracking devices that must be worn at all times?

Are our students going to school or prison? What is the threat that requires such drastic measures? How many more schools plan on implementing these Orwellian “security” measures?

Patrick Mann is a senior and said he feels like he’s in prison. “Normally, the one people you would track are say prisoners or somebody that’s done something very wrong,” Mann said. All students at Santa Fe Junior High and Santa Fe High School have to wear the radio frequency IDs. KHOU.com

This technology doesn’t stop when you leave campus. Students have reported being tracked by campus police when they LEAVE the school grounds. That’s right, multiple schools are tracking students through the use of RFID technology, on and off campus.

“At that Shell Station, they can see exactly where I am,” Mann said. “I know that because the school cops came up there and said, ‘Hey, you need to get back to school. We tracked you over here.’”

What is our country coming to when we have to outfit our school children with tracking devices? Staged terror attacks have been used throughout the world to create this false reality in which terrorists are around every corner.

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