by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News
Americans today seem to be mostly oblivious and unconcerned that they are being watched, listened to, and recorded every day by the the Big Tech Globalists.
I published an article on this topic earlier this month, and it is one of the least-read articles I have published this month. For some reason, even though most people seem to be aware that they are being tracked by the technology they use, they apparently do not believe it negatively affects them too much.
But I wonder how the people who were in Washington D.C. on January 6, 2021, and were subsequently arrested and interrogated for simply being in the area where the Trump rally was taking place, simply because they were carrying a cell phone that tracked their location, which was then obtained from companies like Google, feel about the use of technology that spies on them?
It didn’t matter if you were there for the Trump rally or not, or if you loved or hated Trump, just being in the location and allowing Big Tech to monitor their location via their cell phone, even if the phone was on airplane mode in some cases, was enough to warrant an arrest and interrogation.
A Peek Inside the FBI’s Unprecedented January 6 Geofence Dragnet
Google provided investigators with location data for more than 5,000 devices as part of the federal investigation into the attack on the US Capitol.
The FBI’s biggest-ever investigation included the biggest-ever haul of phones from controversial geofence warrants, court records show. A filing in the case of one of the January 6 suspects, David Rhine, shows that Google initially identified 5,723 devices as being in or near the US Capitol during the riot. Only around 900 people have so far been charged with offenses relating to the siege.
The filing suggests that dozens of phones that were in airplane mode during the riot, or otherwise out of cell service, were caught up in the trawl. Nor could users erase their digital trails later. In fact, 37 people who attempted to delete their location data following the attacks were singled out by the FBI for greater scrutiny.
Geofence search warrants are intended to locate anyone in a given area using digital services. Because Google’s Location History system is both powerful and widely used, the company is served about 10,000 geofence warrants in the US each year. Location History leverages GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth signals to pinpoint a phone within a few yards. (Full article.)
I wonder how British journalist Thomas Hale feels about technology that spies on him, after he traveled to China and ended up in a COVID-19 quarantine camp against his will for 10 days, not because he tested positive for COVID, but because he was tracked through his cell phone as being close to someone else who tested positive for COVID. See:
A lawsuit was recently filed against the Massachusetts Department of Public Health for allegedly working with Google to install “spyware” onto the Android devices of a million state residents without their knowledge during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Source.)
So the technology used in China to confine people to quarantine camps exists here in the U.S. also. In fact, according to a Silicon Valley whistleblower, there are more security cameras per capita here in the U.S., right NOW, than there are in China!
This is most certainly an important issue that everyone needs to be educated about, and so I highly recommend you spend the time to watch this recent interview with Silicon Valley whistleblower Aman Jabbi who was recently interviewed by Maria Zeee.
I used to earn my living from Big Tech, and have been warning people for years that the biggest threat from Big Tech is NOT technology that is supposedly going to replace humans or breed new “transhumans,” but that the biggest threat was from using artificial intelligence (AI) to be able to monitor huge amounts of data to try and track every single person on the face of the planet.
But having been out of the technology field for many years now, even I learned many things from this interview with Aman Jabbi, who has since moved out of Silicon Valley to live in a remote area of Montana.
Aman’s area of expertise is in camera technology, and watching his presentation introduced me to new concepts I was not previously familiar with, such as geofencing, panopticon, talk pedometers, and LED incapacitators.
If you are not familiar with these terms, as I wasn’t, this video is must viewing. It was published a week ago and already has over 270,000 views at the time I am writing this.
One of the things Aman discussed was the fact that collecting data on children is a “BIG BUSINESS,” and parents are unwittingly supplying this data to Big Tech by using their products, such as the “Talk Pedometer.”
LENA technology is the industry standard for measuring talk with children, which is a critical factor in early brain development. LENA uses a small wearable device — often referred to as a “talk pedometer” — combined with cloud-based software to deliver detailed feedback that helps adults make proven, sustainable increases in interactive talk with children. (Source.)
This obviously opens up more doors for the State and the Child Welfare system to monitor parents and be able to medically kidnap their children if they are not raising their children according to pre-determined standards, as these parents are using devices connected to the Internet in their own home allowing Big Tech to spy on them.
Aman discusses things like “Prodigy Asset Groups” where investments are made on smart children with huge potentials. But there is even more money to be made on children with physical or special needs, by selling drugs and therapies. Parents who do not comply could lose their children to the State.
Another topic Aman covered in his presentation was “LED Capacitators” and “smart light poles.”
The colored LED capacitator that is shown on a light pole in this image above was allegedly sent to him by someone in Canada, and he doesn’t know how widespread they are yet.
But these are weapons, and the fact that these LED light weapons exist is not an area of dispute, as there is even a Wikipedia page about them, and law enforcement agencies are allegedly already using them.
A light emitting diode (LED) incapacitator is a weapon designed like a flashlight. It emits an extremely bright, rapid, and well-focused series of “differently-colored random pulses”. Before human eyes can focus in on one frequency, another frequency comes on, causing intracranial pressure, which results in headache, nausea, vomiting, disorientation, irritability, and visual impairment to the target.
The non-lethal weapon is intended as a means of protection by law enforcement officials such as police and border patrols. The light emitted is capable of rendering opponents temporarily blind so that they can be subdued more easily. (Source.)
Watch the full interview Maria Zeee and Aman Jabbi. I don’t agree with everything Aman says, especially his solutions. I was trying to look this guy up and find out if he had a blog or Substack available to subscribe to, but at the end of the interview when Maria asked how people can get a hold of him, he said via his Facebook page, which I found disconcerting.
Even during the interview he admitted that because they were using Microsoft’s Zoom software, that they were being recorded and it was affecting their social credit scores. And so why did he not recommend an alternative for video conferencing??
He also gives out the location where he lives, so for whatever reason, even though he is aware of what the technology does, he makes no effort to stop them from tracking him, and this is something I definitely disagree with him about, as would probably the people sitting in jail today who were in Washington D.C. on January 6, 2021, and the British journalist who was forced to stay at a quarantine camp in China because he was carrying a cell phone.