Skip to comments.Russia Today: Alarming! NY state steps up surveillance on...kids
Posted on 02/24/2014 8:35:58 PM PST by massmike
As the Peoples Republic of New York continues to congeal into tyranny, not even 5-year-olds are safe from Big Government intrusion.
Unfortunately the sort of people who would put up resistance to government encroachment will be ever more outnumbered as people escape Andrew Cuomos statist dystopia in search of freedom, opportunity, and lower taxes.
‘Alarming!’ NY state steps up surveillance on...kids
I have to believe a mass exodus from NYS is in the offing. Everyone from conservatives to small business owners to families with school age children will head for the exits.
When they do this its either to satisfy child sex predator rings in the government, or looking for details on possible conservative parents who will be put on ‘lists’.
This is not only happening in NY but every state that has embraced Common Core. The Gates foundation will have all the data on every child enrolled in these states.
It will be used for training, target marketing,and a whole host of other uses for their data. If they think your child is only up to being a janitor, then they will be taught to be a janitor. If your child shows proclivities that they think might make a good doctor, they will be taught to be doctors. With this data they can predict those children that will become “problems to society” and appropriate action can be taken before they commit crimes.
The parents will be abrogated from their duties and the state will determined the path of your child’s future.
It’s happening now and a few of us are speaking out. But many parents don’t care and we’re losing the battle. Common Core is untested and is the biggest social experiment in the history of the world.
If we lose this generation of children, we’ve lost everything.
Sounds like a Brave New World to me. We don't have to wait for testing, we can inject chemicals into the fetus to insure that the child is not only intellectual suited to being a janitor but that they are content with their chemically induced place in the world.