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January 9, 2013

[audio] Katherine Albrecht on ‘Coast to Coast AM’ with John B. Wells 1/8/12: RFID and The Mark of the Beast — and Disneyland! — ~”The mark of the Beast might have great big mouse ears.”

John starts with some interesting information about Piers Morgan’s role in getting guns banned in the United Kingdom.

After Kathryn, who is always EXCELLENT, the rest of the show is probably not worth listening to.

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RFID School Ruling
First hour guest, privacy advocate Katherine Albrecht reported that a court decision had been announced in the San Antonio school chipping case. High school student Andrea Hernandez lost her bid challenging her suspension, which she received for refusing to wear an RFID card around her neck. She’d claimed that the RFID card was the “Mark of the Beast” and objected to wearing it on religious grounds. Albrecht commented that the RFID technology, which is used to track students’ whereabouts at all times, creates a police state mentality, and won’t eliminate the threat of gun violence when it comes from students themselves. She also suggested that wearing an RFID lanyard, which contains an active electronic transmitter, is a health risk, particularly to developing children and teens.

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Jan 8 2013 – Liberation of the Planet

Published on Jan 9, 2013

Date: 01-08-13
Host: John B. Wells
Guests: Cobra -, Robert Potter, Katherine Albrecht

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