Except that you do. And if "my goofy magic man in the sky is the reason I can't do this" than ANY belief system should be acceptable for saying you can't do something or must do something.I derive my belief system from logic and from myself. My belief that I have a right to privacy and to not be tracked like cattle is at the very least as valid as someone else's belief that they can never be forced to work one day a week because magic man in sky say "no way".
Then show me in your "written basis for perpetuating your belief system so others may follow" where it says, "Thou shall not be tracked like cattle via radio waves". If you can, you might have a leg to stand on.
Now, if you're talking about "I believe that RFID is bad, bacon is good, and time is wibbly-wobbly", you're out of luck. See, you can tell the government to f-off based on "religious" belief, but your personal concepts are not protected. For instance, just because you believe in pacifism, doesn't stop the government from drafting you into the army. And even if you believe in your core that clothes are for sissies and free-ballin' is the way to go, don't expect to walk down the street very far before being tackled and arrested.
If you want religious protection for your ideas, you need to either get the government to recognize your religion, but that's a lot of paperwork, fees, and requirements, -OR- find an existing religion that says you don't have to wear an ID badge, but then you'll probably have to prove your devotion to show that you're not just faking it.
Good luck with that.
P.S. Right to privacy only goes as far as where you would have a reasonable expectation of having privacy. Showing up to a building where they already have my name and date of birth, where I can consuming their supplies, and expecting a document after a few years of proving I absorbed information well enough to earn a certificate of graduation blows that argument out of the water.