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By Nancy Levant
We’ve learned about “profiling” from watching crime dramas on television. Profiling is the collecting and recording of a person's behavior, and then analyzing psychological characteristics to predict or assess reactivity in certain situations. Profiling is also used to identify a particular group or kind of people, like consumers. It determines personality types and future behaviors.
Law enforcement profilers identify how and when a felon is likely to commit his next crime. In newspapers and magazines, reporters perform background profiles as a part of feature stories by detailing a person’s history and notable behaviors. In the corporate world, profiling has become a mainstream management tool to locate leadership via personality type and communication and response indicators.
No matter how define or use it, the science is creepy unless, of course, it’s used to catch serial killers or the likes. But in the age of RFID technology and global databases, profiling has evolved into frightening proportions, and is now used by government and corporations to enter into our lives behind closed doors and into the lives of our school children. But why?
It is no coincidence that RFID technology was released immediately following 9-11-01. The powers that be knew full well that its use in the market place and in education, medicine, insurance and mental health was not going to go over well with the American public. And as we continue to see ourselves as highly individualistic and with Constitutional rights and liberties, profiling goes against just about everything American citizens stand for, but layers of profilers have now become privy to RFID information collections. That means that all public-private partnerships, which include government, corporations, education, health and human services, non-profits, and probably “stakeholders” now have the means to literally spy on every single activity that we do as people. Every time we buy, sell, talk on the phone, email, surf the Net, travel in our cars, and send our children to schools, profilers watch and observe and collect. That goes way beyond creepy. That’s invasionary, Big Brother, and immoral. If one person spied to that degree upon another, the crimes would be called harassment, voyeurism, and stalking. Profiling has become legalized harassment, voyeurism, and stalking.
And when the technology hit the pavement, the “terrorism” excuse was used for its implementation into our lives. I find it fascinating and no coincidence that 9-11 coincided perfectly with RFID release. RFID technology fills the databases with our lives and the lives of our children. But why the children?
Here are several reasons: The Pan American Health Organization, Healthy Children: Goal 2002 Initiative, Mental Health Act, The New Freedom Commission on Mental Health, the TMAP Formula, The New Freedom Initiative for People With Disabilities, and the New Freedom Commission on Mental Health, but to name a very, very few.
The New Freedom Initiative for People With Disabilities, Chapter 4, states the following:
"The Commission also concluded that the roles played by states must be central to the transformation process, but states must rely heavily upon the involvement of consumers in research, planning, and evaluation activities. At the same time, the coordinated efforts of more than 25 Federal agencies must undergird and reinforce the states' processes. Every adult with a serious mental illness or child with a serious emotional disturbance must have an individualized plan of care coordinating services among programs and across agencies. Every state must have a comprehensive mental health plan, the ownership of which is shared by all state agencies impacting the care of persons with serious mental illnesses."
So, according to this plan, EVERY man, woman and child in the United States is to be screened, analyzed and monitored by the US government, and legal enforceable personalized "care" regimes WILL BE applied to those exhibiting signs of "mental illness."
Why? Profiling. There is soon to be a new world order that is taking shape rapidly in our nation by Executive Orders, such as this one. In the new world, we are to be divided up and ranked according to screenings such as the ones initiated by the New Freedom Initiative For People With Disabilities and No Child Left Behind. The ramifications are terrifying. For instance, let’s say that your child is determined by a teacher or school counselor to be “difficult” or “under-achieving” by virtue of a C or D grade.
Even now you see how children are separated and removed from their primary classrooms and attend “reading groups” with other teachers. And what if your nine-year-old son decks a kid on the playground and is sent to the principal’s office. Does the principal determine the psychology of the incident? Do the 25 Federal agencies become involved and establish coordinated services and without your permission as parents?
As entire school districts are now being corporately funded, I suggest to you that this coordinated profiling of our children speaks volumes of their future potential for higher education and rank in society. Think of the sheer size of mental health screening and the data collection apparatus that will contain actual screening data for each and every American child, no less adults. Another terrifying implication is that conservation and the U.N. Agenda 21 has called for mind-bending population reduction globally. Some conservation organizations have called for a 40-50% reduction in human life to achieve “sustainability.” I wonder how Terri Schiavo was ranked?
And most of the legislation that has passed through Congress regarding compulsory mental health screening for children AND for pregnant women, has been passed in hidden legislation and/or by Executive Order. We either weren’t aware of the legislation at all or our opinions were not wanted. Think about that.
There are reasons for profiling, RFID, and massive databases that collect everything we do and our medical and psychological records. Simply nothing makes sense unless you look at the trends in legislation and their constant attempts to hide data collection bureaucracies with names like “New Freedom.”
Have you noticed that school children are now called into the “counselors’’ offices to talk, rather than having the option to do so? Each quarter, go into your children’s schools and request to see their school records. You are going to see new forms and assessments performed each and every year. Proficiency tests are a part of the annual assessments, which also profile children with hidden, psychographics questions on the tests that analyze personality traits.
It is, indeed, a new world, and it is terrifying and unconstitutional. In closing, be very, very careful who you elect and keep very close tabs on your children and their school records – that is if you still actually have your children attending profiling schools.
July 7, 2007
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~ About the Author ~
Federal Observer contributing columnist Nancy Levant (send her email at: email@example.com) is a former high school English teacher who is now a home schooling parent and advocate. She is opposed to exposing children to large campus cultures that are historically and poorly controlled by government employees. Equally, she is a writer for freedom and land rights issues and opposes the United Nation's Agenda 21 implementation in America.
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