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I read a very disturbing story the other day regarding our children.
A Maine school district is rolling out new technology to track student ridership on buses.
Students in RSU 2 (Kennebec Unified School District) schools will be issued RFID cards to record when they board and exit school buses.
The cards containing small computer chips will be around the size of a credit card or ID.
How long until the school district wants to track the location of every student 24/7? How long until the school district wants the RFID computer chip to go inside the students’ bodies?
Those are serious questions to ask parents who allow their children to be tracked like animals by government-funded schools. While district leaders push the typical ‘safety’ excuse, at least one parent views the technology as an invasion of privacy.
WMTW 8, Portland, Maine aired a story about one parent’s concern:
Michael Ciccarelli is a bus driver in RSU 2 and a parent of three students.
Through recent training, he learned buses will soon carry tablets for students to tap with district issued cards for the system called Tyler Drive.
“Who monitors it, right? Who can hack in and get it? Why do they need it,” Ciccarelli said.
Superintendent Matt Gilbert says the system was successfully put into practice last year in Monmouth and Richmond, two regions within the district.
The expansion of the system includes buses in Hallowell and Dresden.
“We haven’t had any issues and we’ve actually been able to use it to really speed up the process of locating kids when we’ve had situations where we’ve had a student that might be getting on the wrong bus,” Gilbert said.
The cards do not track the whereabouts of students but will record the location where students tap to enter and exit.
“As a conservative, I just don’t think my kids need to be tracked. And on the street we track our pets. We don’t need to be tracking my kids,” Ciccarelli said.
Now where do you suppose they got the money for all these computer chips? From our friendly federal government, that’s where. It seems that they decided to use their COVID-19 relief funds to track our kids, rather than on COVID-19 stuff. What does tracking kids have to do with COVID-19? When a state agency is given funds for a particular reason like COVID, they should not be able to use that money to fund any pet projects. I’m sure the taxpayers would appreciate the states returning any unused COVID funds rather than spending it on their little experiments, like tracking kids or inviting drag queens to the school to do story time. The price tag for these tracking chips is $45,000. Just to put it in perspective, if I had $45,000 I could pay off my mortgage and have one or two grand left over.
It seems that parents have a right to opt out (so far), but no one has – yet. Some people may not be aware they have this right. The school district may have announced the program in a loud voice, then whispered covering their mouths with their hands that everyone has the right to opt out.
As some of you know, I’m a retired teacher. Public schools are now propaganda centers training children in progressive, Liberal philosophy. When I was a kid, schools taught the basic subjects and that was all. Maybe some politics were taught in social studies, but that was all – and teachers only taught how the system works, and not the neo-Marxist rubbish they teach today. Get your kids out of public schools immediately! Homeschool them. I realize this presents a problem with day care if both parents work, but if you think hard, you may be able to work it out. If your kids are in high school, day care isn’t even a factor. There are also private schools, both religious and non-religious. Go down to one of them and ask about expenses. It never hurts to ask and you may find you can afford it. You may have to make some sacrifices, but no sacrifice is too great for our kids. One way or another, you’ll make the right decision.
That’s all for now. Stay safe and Hail Victory!
American Nazi Party