Dwarfing 1984 with Big Tech Communism


We have heard a lot about AI’s successes and dangers as it hits the Internet without much oversight or accountability and with no ethics. It could make it nearly impossible to discern truth from fiction in the wrong hands. As that increases, the means to track every person on the grid also advances rapidly. Such a burgeoning power has appeared in the form of Amazon Sidwalks and its joining up with the Helium Network.

As this technology develops, we are reminded of the World Economic Forum’s Klaus Schwab and his invented Fourth Industrial Revolution. Klaus Schwab says we have to re-globalize the world to deal with existential issues (that they cause). He said, “Who masters technologies in some way will be the masters of the world.”

With the miracle of global technology connecting the Internet of Things comes warnings. You are connected without privacy. Again, in the wrong hands, it is dangerous. As Schwab says, the masters of it will become masters of the world.

Amazon Sidewalk

Amazon Sidewalk is a shared network that helps devices work better. You can use Amazon Sidewalk to simplify device setup, find lost items, and more. Amazon Sidewalk is optional and can be turned off at any time. It comes at no additional cost and has a capped data usage of 500 MB per month per account.

It was announced this past week that Amazon Sidewalk has now joined the Helium Network allowing all Internet of Things (IoT) devices, which are currently in the homes of almost all Americans, to be connected into one extensive mesh network nationwide.

Everything you need to know about Amazon Sidewalk — the secure, low-cost network that can connect devices up to half a mile away:

Imagine a network that securely connects your devices to the internet for free—from nearly anywhere. It exists. It’s called Amazon Sidewalk. And it has a range farther than Wi-Fi and is less expensive than the cost of a typical cellular network. This network opens the door to the creation of new types of devices for homes, businesses, and cities, which will help people intelligently track shipments, find lost pets, remotely detect smoke from wildfires, and so much more.

Amazon Sidewalk is a secure, free-to-connect community network designed to provide reliable connectivity for billions of devices. It’s already accessible to more than 90% of the U.S. population…

Helium Network

The Helium Network is a decentralized wireless Internet of Things (IoT) network using the LoRaWAN system, tied to the cryptocurrency Helium Network Token (symbol HNT).

The network aims to provide connectivity to IoT sensor devices in areas where wireless or mobile coverage is minimal or requires too much power.

They’re big on crypto.

The Warnings

Conservative Campaign sent out alarms with a report by Neil ‘Liberty’ Radimaker, who talks about several things to watch out for, such as the audio and visual intrusion into our lives. It can connect Ring cameras, Amazon Echo, any smart appliance, and other compatible smart home technologies.

  • It integrates with facial recognition. Our habits and interests can be collected.
  • It also has mapping and blueprinting capabilities.
  • It has widespread surveillance abilities.
  • There’s no regulation and, from what we can see, no ethical considerations.

Is this a conspiracy theory? You decide. This is a network ready to go for big tech communism. They can combine with AI one day and the jackboots will be at your door before morning.

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3 months ago

What we are facing is in essence “The Matrix”. Our Children are already plugged into a Make Believe World. They live with at least one foot in a Virtual Reality that only exist when connected to the Internet and are connected 24/7. That is how the Trans Movement has taken hold so quickly. The Make Believe World made this a reality in their minds when Science and DNA says otherwise. Today’s under 30 population can’t separate their Virtual World from the Real World so the Virtual World is warping their reality of the Real World.

Unless we “Pull the Plug” on the Internet for people under 25 immediately, the Human Race will lose its grip on reality and be controlled by those few who can deal with the addictive nature of the Internet and the Internet Applications that are targeting them. AI is making that targeting far more precise and addictive. In my observations, less than 5% of the population has the control to deal with the Addictive Nature of the Internet and Cell Phone Use. These are the few people who can lose or misplace their cell phone for a week and not show any signs of withdrawal.

Governments are now working to make all modern life revolve around Cell Phone use to make as many people as possible addicted to these devices and thus more controllable. In less than 3 years, I predict that the only people who are firmly seated in REALITY will be people who can live life almost completely without “carrying” a Smart Phone and only interfacing with the Internet when absolutely needed.

Cell Phones have their place. For instance, I have a Cell Phone in the Glove Box of the car. I put the battery in it and charge it one day a month. It’s solely there for Road Emergencies and thus never a driving distraction.

3 months ago
Reply to  GuvGeek

One developer of Facebook once gave an interview and disclosed the addictive nature of the application by using “likes” etc. It was not only addictive but emotionally unhealthy. You can glimpse this with the conversation of livestreamers on the air. I checked back on this individual and lo and behold he retracted those comments only after Zuckerberg financed his new venture.

3 months ago

I have been concerned with the IoT ever since it began. Anything on a network can be hacked and far too many important systems are now using cellular modems for communications. Once hacking these systems begins there will be no stopping the devastation it can cause.

I welcomed tech advancements ever since the Univac became prominent on the scene but then came a point to where I would rather see it diminished. Hence the reason I don’t have a smartphone.