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OUT OF THE MOUTHS OF BABES

OUT OF THE MOUTHS OF BABES

PSALM 8:2

Out of the mouths of infants and nursing babes You have established strength
Because of Your adversaries,
That You might silence the enemy and make the revengeful cease.

Satanic clothing for children at Jet Stores

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Dear friends

Please pass on to as many people as you possibly can to stop this evil.

It was on a Thursday the 16th of December when I went to Westgate Mall to buy some clothes for the young ones. I was delighted to see the specials at Jet Stores and how cheap and packed the shelves were, I bought more for the same budget I put in place. Suddenly I saw this beautiful and attractive t-shirt for girls, pink and printed beautiful words like “Glamorous, Enchantment, Love and Kisses” with butterfly and some shoe on it, and we thought “the girls are gonna love it.”

When we got home, my fiancé read the little fine print underneath the beautiful writings and to her shock, the devil has planted his signal. The attached pictures are not that visible but when you step into Jet stores you can read for yourself…
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RFID Tagging, Coming To A Child Near You

RFID TaggingIn the Debate Over RFID Tracking, Children are The Testing Ground

RFID tags are already embedded in millions of products you buy…and your children could be next. In the ongoing debate over privacy and surveillance, Radio Frequency ID tags occupy a very interesting position. They are invaluable when tracking goods, allowing modern corporations like Wal-Mart to manage their inventories quickly and cheaply. If applied to humans, such ID tags could help with disaster relief, security, and emergency healthcare . Yet privacy advocates worry that tracking humans with this technology could also lead to major abuses by governments, criminals, and businesses. Even trusting individuals baulk at the idea of tagging people like cattle. Unless, of course, it’s for a really good cause. Which is why, inevitably, we see so many programs looking to test RFID tags on children, often to prevent them from being abducted. Schools the world over continue to toy with the ideas of placing tags on students to help monitor their attendance and keep them safe. Are we raising a generation that feels comfortable being tagged and tracked?
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