Thursday, August 31, 2006

Fingerprinting Kids, Sleazy BLiar goes too FAR!!

In 3,500 primary schools across the UK, impressionable children aged from 5 to 11 are being fingerprinted. 3/4 of a million have already been processed, and 20 schools a week are joining the scheme. If you're a parent, your school could be next. But even if you're not, is this really the kind of society we want to live in?

The whole process may be illegal. We haven't found a single parent who was ever asked for their permission. Many were not even informed until afterwards. Some parents only found out when they asked their children "what did you do at school today?"

But at our school, in Cambridge, concerned parents decided to do something about the multi-million pound business of fingerprinting 5-year-olds without asking permission.

To find out what happened, and how you can help us, please visit

Your child could be next.

Why does it all matter? Because a PIN number or library card is something you have - they can easily be replaced - a fingerprint is something you are - it's yours for life.

For some reason, this story hasn't been splashed across the front pages of the newspapers, or featured prominently on the TV news. Please help us to spread the word so as many people as possible find out what's going on. It's the only way we're going to get this stopped.

Reproduced without permission, but what the hell Spread the word People!!


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