Sunday, January 13, 2013

Student Loses RFID case

This one probably could be called ahead of time. Given the march towards the "Mark of the Beast" now with cards and bracelets and tracking movements, most of us already know given bible prophecy that court protection wasn't going to serve as any buffer.

Student Loses Lawsuit Challenging Texas School's RFID Tracking Program
Pupil Hernandez, who refused to wear RFID, loses appeal

Remember with these RFID badges, they can track exactly where the student is, be they in the bathroom or the band storage room.

13 comments:

Kathy Bonham said...

I find this very disturbing. I am 59, and my children are all adults. However, I encourage all parents to home school their children.

JL said...

@ Kathy...I will take your advice, as I have two young ones right now.

Anonymous said...

Joy

JL, please, please watch out for the theology on the Christian Homeschooling blogs, as you start to home school. Perhaps take the advise as you see fit for ordering your day or teaching phonics, but watch out for the subtle deceptions in theology that is prevalent in the Christian homeschooling community. That is how I found my way here. I started homeschooling because of dissatisfaction with public school with our oldest. I found a few blogs of homeschooling mothers which were helpful. On one, I noticed in the comments someone who really seemed at odds theologically with the blog's author, and I started to research, pray, and read my Bible. Almost all are tied in with Vision Forum, which is a very deceptive group. I am sure there are good christian people who are deceived as to what they really believe, but I think that Vision Forum is intentionally deceptive. When you read their "What we believe" pages, they are carefully worded to not raise red flags, but to hide some of the more out there aspects of their core beliefs.

One big thing they believe is in an amillennial eschatology. Google it to find out exactly what that means - I am probably not the best to explain. Basically they believe the tribulation already happened and that now they are working to create a Christian society to help usher in the return of Christ. That has problems on so many levels - teaming religion and politics, emotionally manipulating people towards large family sizes to help make this Christian society, making this world our home instead of realizing the truths of Hebrews 11 that this is not our home.

So do homeschool, and do faithfully teach your children about God, but be very cautious as you choose who to listen to. I have two school age and two younger than school age. I am glad we homeschool.

Anonymous said...

Joy

One more thing, JL. A lot of the blogs will not say they are tied in to Vision Forum, but if you watch, they will promote Vision Forum materials.

Of course, there are also the LDS homeschooling websites and even pagan homeschoolers. What I am saying is use discernment and while I still look at a few sites from time to time, I really do not accept what is said without prayer and turning to gods word.

JL said...

Oh wow! Thank you so much Joy for the heads up! I am so glad you told me this because I havent started my search yet. I havent even thought about the "subtle theology lies" that may be embedded. I will do my search very prayfully.

The school system today is nothing more than a modern day prison system. I think about the boys in the Stubenville scandal. I never dreamed boys could be so vile and wicked at that age. Then you have this mandatory chip, uniforms, and no God in school. Maybe prision is better because at least you can talk about God LOL.

For ME, it would be an unloving act to send my children to a public school. I am taking your wisdom to heart. Thanks!

Bible Believer said...

Hi Kathy. I think homeschooling is a good option if it is done right. I do recognize there are parents who do face more barriers regarding work and finances, but yeah public schools have many bad things going for them. I think of this article I wrote...

http://galatiansfour.blogspot.com/2011/06/life-in-us-public-schools-just-like.html

Bible Believer said...

Yes Anon, thanks for warning JL.

I'll post this link here...The Dominionists have massive claws in the homeschooling movement and in the literature.

http://galatiansfour.blogspot.com/2011/09/influencing-homeschool-movement-to-take.html

It can still be done right with a prayerful discerning parent.

Bible Believer said...

Yes Vision Forum is one of those groups to watch out for. I have warned about that group too on this blog

http://galatiansfour.blogspot.com/search/label/Vision%20Forum

Bible Believer said...

I agree that the school system is becoming a modern day prison system. They are seeking to indoctrinate the kids into blind obedience and locked down authority and the police state so it is something seen as "normal", this goes along with the dumbed down teaching, and conformity that is promoted as well. Some school systems are worse then others, but there is definitely a change to how they are being operated, and if you all ever get a chance, go google NEA and see for yourself the liberal indoctrination being done to the nation's teachers most of whom belong to that organization. I went over there, and noticed the promotion of gun control, I used to read the NEA magazine years and years ago, they were even LIBERAL to me during my UU years, so that should tell you something.

What is the Stubenville scandal? I had to look that up. Ok, I looked it up. Horrifying. Some of the reasons to home school if you can manage it AT ALL. They are becoming even more dangerous places.

Those are young sociopaths, the Stubenville rapists. Notice there was no shame as to what they did. Yes that is one thing happening the whole lack of natural affection thing, there are young people who are becoming bonifide sociopaths and psychopaths with no consciences or ones that have been burned away. I suppose biblically we could call them very young reprobates.

Yeah in prison they can read the Bible and pray, unlike public school.

Kathy Bonham said...

Thanks for the link to your article. I was looking for a "search," widget on your blog but couldn't find one. Am I missing it somewhere? I love those site search boxes!

JL said...

I googled NEA, and wow what a horrible organization. The articles are extreme left. Even the recommended books for children were horrific. One they recommended was "born in sin", and its about fornication, drugs, and out of wedlock births. How could they recommend this to a child.

Also these colleges are wicked too. I went into the restroom in a college, and one of the stalls had a urinal and toilet. I walked out because I thought it was in the mens restroom. Unfortunately, it was actually the womens restroom. What a sad shame.

Bible Believer said...

The NEA is truly horrible but honestly that is what most of your mainstream public school teachers belong to. I never did but had access to the magazine, while working at schools. It was even very liberal to me while I was in the UU, and that's scary. It is indoctrination of the most extreme kind. Scary about the bathrooms, wonder if those are new "transgendered" accomodations?

Anonymous said...

It's amazing how RFID is in almost everything now. They had RFID chips in the pool towels at a hotel we were at. I get a supply chain magazine at work. There are a lot of articles about RFID from RFID Journal magazine since our goods are tracked with RFID all over the world. RFID is used in the fields to track hours worked and fruit picked. To track guns sold. Finding parts at aerospace companies. It's being used in all kinds of things.

www.rfidjournal.com