Orwellian Future: Facial Recognition & Mass Surveillance Is Coming To U.S. Schools

Orwellian Future: Facial Recognition & Mass Surveillance Is Coming To U.S. Schools By Mac Slavo We are staring our Orwellian future right in the face.  Beginning in New York, facial recognition is coming to schools in the United States and it’ll be switched on for testing next week. The dystopian future George Orwell warned about in his accidental historical predictions book, 1984, has arrived. According to an article by Engadget, the Lockport City School District in New York will start testing a facial and object recognition system called “Aegis” on June 3rd.…

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Pro-Industry Scientist Kenneth R. Foster Dismisses Boatloads of Research and Medical Letters to Continue Promoting WiFi in Schools

Pro-Industry Scientist Kenneth R. Foster Dismisses Boatloads of Research and Medical Letters to Continue Promoting WiFi in Schools By B.N. Frank Anything can be spun and Ken Foster has been doing it on behalf of the Telecom Industry for many years now.  Here’s one reference to his spin-mastery from a February 8, 2016 article published by The Ecologist: An investigative report published by the watchdog group Environmental Health Trust (EHT) digs deeper into the circumstances surrounding the CDC’s retraction of their guidelines on cell phone radiation exposure. The report, based…

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South Africans Threatening to Camp Until Cell Tower Was Removed Led to Its Removal from School Property

South Africans Threatening to Camp Until Cell Tower Was Removed Led to Its Removal from School Property By B.N. Frank There seems to be no shortage of people in the U.S. and around the world protesting cell towers on school property.  It’s hard to blame them considering there is still no “safe” level of wireless radiation exposure that has been scientifically determined for children or pregnant women. Hats off to these South Africans who were willing to take off work and camp out overnight in bad weather to protect their…

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California Bill Proposes to Ban Smartphones in Schools

California Bill Proposes to Ban Smartphones in Schools By B.N. Frank If you weren’t aware, documentaries have already been released about kids being harmed by excessive screen use and exposure.  Action has also already been taken overseas to restrict and/or ban Smart Phone use in schools.  Now California elected officials have proposed to do the same with Assembly Bill 272 From CBS13 Sacramento: The bill’s author, Assemblymember Al Muratsuchi (D- Torrance), said, “Cell phones can be a distraction in the classroom, and there are social and emotional consequences to too…

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Parents Keep Kids Home and Demand Sprint Remove Cell Tower from School Property After 4 Kids and 3 Teachers Get Cancer

Parents Keep Kids Home and Demand Sprint Remove Cell Tower from School Property After 4 Kids and 3 Teachers Get Cancer By B.N. Frank Since 2017 parents have been asking that this cell tower be removed from school property.  Now four children and 3 teachers in 3 years have developed cancer.  An independent building biologist has also determined that radiation levels are dangerously high.  From Inside Towers: The Ripon Unified School District (RUSD) is working with Sprint to move a tower near Weston Elementary after four students and…

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4th Child in 3 Years Develops Cancer after Small Cell Tower Installed on School Property

4th Child in 3 Years Develops Cancer after Small Cell Tower Installed on School Property By B.N. Frank Cell towers have been known to cause clusters of illnesses before.  This appears to be another one – now at a California school. From EHTrust.org, in regard to children and federal Safety Standards: … no “safe” level has been scientifically determined for children or pregnant women. Therefore, the claim that a device “meets government standards” or that radiation levels are “FCC compliant” gives a false impression of safety. The FCC guidelines rest…

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Florida School Hires Former US Soldiers to Prevent Mass Shootings

Florida School Hires Former US Soldiers to Prevent Mass Shootings By Tyler Durden Just south of Tampa, Fla., students at the Manatee School for the Arts (MSA) roam the hallways past an armed combat veteran who is constantly looking out for threats. By the end of February, another one will be manning a guard shack at at the school’s entrance. 39-year-old Harold Verdecia, a former infantryman in the US Army who completed tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, patrols the hallways of Manatee strapped with a 9mm Glock 19X and a Kel-Tec “Bullpup”…

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Are 150+ Letters from Doctors and Scientists Enough to Convince Schools to Replace Harmful WiFi with Wired Internet?

Are 150+ Letters from Doctors and Scientists Enough to Convince Schools to Replace Harmful WiFi with Wired Internet? By B.N. Frank Seriously – 150+ letters. Even though some schools in the U.S. and around the world have already made the switch, most have not.  Eventually, like telecom companies, these schools may also be held liable for choosing to use WiFi instead of safer (and affordable) wired internet. There are plenty of organizations with information online about this too.  Here are some of them: Environmental Health Trust Generation Zapped National Association for…

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Campaign Promises by New School Board Members Include No Cell Towers on School Property

Campaign Promises by New School Board Members Include No Cell Towers on School Property By B.N. Frank This excellent news was reported yesterday by the Capital Gazette: The county’s first-ever school board election introduced a new crop of members to the body that represents more than 83,000 children in Anne Arundel County. Candace Antwine, District 1; Michelle Corkadel, District 7; Melissa Ellis, District 4; and Dana Schallheim, District 5, took office in December. They won voters over with promises to return lost step increases to teachers, invest in school safety…

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Parents Outraged After School Shaved Large Patches of Hair from Kids’ Heads to Drug Test Them

Parents Outraged After School Shaved Large Patches of Hair from Kids’ Heads to Drug Test Them By Matt Agorist Phillipsburg, KS — The parents of children at a middle school in Kansas are likely regretting their decision to allow the school to drug test their students this week after their children came home with large patches of missing hair. The hair was used in the random drug testing process of 11- to 14-year-old children. The school district is now on the defensive after multiple students complained to their parents about…

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