Kalifornia Kinder Koncentration Kamps

John Seiler:

Childhood should be a time of exploring the universe opening up before one. It ought to be filled with joy, freedom, happiness and, yes, danger. It’s danger that keeps life interesting.

Not in the Kalifornia Kinder Koncentration Kamps. AP reports:

RICHMOND, Calif.—California officials are outfitting preschoolers in Contra Costa County with tracking devices they say will save staff time and money.

The system was introduced Tuesday. When at the school, students will wear a jersey that has a small radio frequency tag. The tag will send signals to sensors that help track children’s whereabouts, attendance and even whether they’ve eaten or not.

School officials say it will free up teachers and administrators who previously had to note on paper files when a child was absent or had eaten.

Sung Kim of the county’s employment and human services department said the system could save thousands of hours of staff time and pay for itself within a year.

It cost $50,000 and was paid by a federal grant.

For me, this is the last straw. I don’t want to reform government “education.” I want to eliminate it entirely. This is nothing but a federal-state assault on childhood.

Imagine growing up with one of those Orwellian “tracking devices” strapped to you — and, soon, injected into your body.

And even if this isn’t happening in your school, to your kid, it soon will. And these are the same commissars — federal, state and local — who run the whole tyrannical school system across America. Thanks to Republican Bush’s “No Child Left Unbrainwashed” and Democrat Obama’s “Race to Tyranny” centralizing programs.

Free the children!

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