Love the medical spy in your home

Love the medical spy in your own home

by Jon Rappoport

July 23, 2017

“O stubborn, self-willed exile from the loving breast! Two gin-scented tears trickled down the sides of his nose. But it was all right, everything was all right, the struggle was finished. He had won the victory over himself. He loved Big Brother.” (George Orwell, 1984)

What are Merck/Amazon up to these days?

The drug giant is sponsoring a contest, in association with Amazon, to develop voice-activated programs for patients with diabetes.

Utilizing Amazon Alexa, the voice-interactive AI box that functions as a personal assistant—a spy in your own home—Amazon will enable “help” for people managing their disease.

An article at fiercepharma.com describes one of the finalists in the Merck contest: “The intelligent personal assistant platform creator Ejenta advanced into the finals with PIA, or personal intelligent agents. Its entry aims to leverage NASA artificial intelligence technology and Internet of Things connectivity to detect risky behaviors and encourage healthy habits. The system could also notify care teams if abnormalities are detected.”

Are you getting this?

Personal intelligence agents?

Detecting risky behaviors and abnormalities?

Notifying CARE TEAMS?

“Personnel dispatched to 142 Summit Street, home of John Jones, diabetic. Alexa heard the crinkle of a package-wrap associated with sugar cookies. 92% probability Jones just opened the bag and is quietly chewing the cookies. Front-door entry advised. Do not ring bell. Move into the home quickly and disarm the subject…”

But don’t worry, it’s for people’s own good. Of course. People need protection from their bad habits.

“I had a close call today, Fred. I was aching for chocolate candy, and I guess I made some kind of lip-smacking sound. I was on the edge. But my Alexa alerted the care team and they showed up in a few minutes and their dogs found my secret stash in a trunk in the basement. The guys sprayed the trunk with high-dose fluoride and Roundup and a few other chemicals…”

“That’s nothing, Jim. I was calling my ex-wife. I wanted to get together for lunch. But my psychiatrist had told me any contact with her would be a negative. Alexa alerted the care team and they disconnected the call before it went through, showed up with a shot of Thorazine and put me under for a few hours. When I woke up, I felt better. Saved again.”

It takes a village.


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Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

18 comments on “Love the medical spy in your home

  1. theskepticalcynic says:

    Jon Rappaport is a right wing blogger. I subscribe to his blog and others like it to keep and eye on what the cuckoos are up to, Sometimes I find gems about what the *dark forces* are actually up to about which “supposed progressives” in MSM are not aware or are aware but “propagandize” the things as great advances in technology!

    • Sue says:

      If a ‘skeptic’ begins by assailing the facts, and seeks to simply ‘establish a chain of questionability’ around an idea, as their first step of investigation of an issue; then be wary that you might be working with a fake skeptic. A well known adage in philosophy goes as this, “People who have not made the effort to understand the evidence, always start by questioning the facts.”

      • bdoyen says:

        Good response. Thank you.

      • honestliberty says:

        Sue, I appreciate your attempts but honestly, these people aren’t worth the time it takes to respond.

        The big hint, the word skeptic… That is blatant code for “official narrative supporter”.
        Seriously, every single issue that these supposed “skeptics” claim they are skeptical of turns into a Snopes deep throat and swallow job. They suffer from Stockholm syndrome. I’ve attempted to think of clever ways to respond but there is no merit. They are the dead. Leave the dead to take care of the dead.

    • prof605 says:

      Cuckoo’s? Cuckolds sadly, socialism, the feminist movement, no fault divorce laws, and the dumbing down of schooling, later colleges, even the humble Apprenticeship, has been run into the ground. Where once we got a company funded training, its more likely today that you are self funding tafe/tech college for a substandard bunch of units, tick box multiple choice questions for dubiously applied answers, from a prepared texts. That’s sad.

  2. M. Bart says:

    Sleep apnea patients have their newer cpap machines recording and transmitting their cpap use ( or lack thereof) to their doctor’s office and I think the insurance company. Big Brother in your bedroom.

  3. Jacqueline says:

    It takes a village? No, it takes a villain, or two, or a whole lot more. Making the chronically diseased chronically brainless, the perfect match for creating a corporate heaven on earth . Don’t even think of bringing a bottle of supplements into the home; the UPC code will be scanned, followed by a little corrective electro-shock therapy. Nutrition be damned, industrial food is the cash cow, delivered to your home once your account has been automatically electronically debited. ‘Choice’ becomes a word deleted from the vocabulary.

  4. Greg C. says:

    Diabetics are a good place to start. Many of them just don’t care, or their doctors don’t care to give them good advice on their eating habits. Driving into a small town on vacation once, the most prominent building was the diabetic center. A couple of blocks down the road, the donut shop was crammed with locals getting their morning fix. Both businesses would be wiped out if those people would eat better. So I don’t think Alexa would actually stop anyone from stuffing their face with cookies. More likely, it would make sure to adjust their medication.

  5. Johann Geiler says:

    “Hello I’m officer Smith with the police department. We have a complaint from your Alexa it can not hear all the conversations you are having in your apartment, do you mind if we come in and have a look?”

    “Hello. You have two new mandatory prescriptions. Prescription 1, Dr. Summers, Debilitin 20mg twice daily with meals.. ..”

    “I have noticed John Smith is present in this room. Attention. Please be advised to take caution, John Smith is overdue for his annual flu shot”.

    “Attention. Authorities have been notified. It is illegal to …”

    “Good morning! It is 5am PST. Today is World Sustainability Day! Please wake up and view a special message from the United Nations”.

    “More and more men over 30 opt for a voluntary vasectomy, please say “more info” for more information”

    • Theodore says:

      Lol!

      • TrishWriter says:

        Not sure where the “LOL” comes from. The powers that shouldn’t be are probably taking notes on this post, as they probably always need some good writing for their propaganda and mind control. The statements could all be implemented within a decade. Maybe I’m not feeling humorous about it because I happened to look at the “You Are Being Sterilized” video on “The Corbett Report” site today. There are now women under 20 who are asking to be sterilized because that will keep them from ever having children. That last phrase may someday be correct with “under 30” instead of “over 30.”

  6. Sebastian F. Sorrow says:

    “The preparations for Hate Week were in full swing, and the staffs of all the Ministries were working overtime. Processions, meetings, military parades, lectures, waxworks, displays, film shows, telescreen programmes all had to be organized; stands had to be erected, effigies built, slogans coined, songs written, rumours circulated, photographs faked..”.

    -George Orwell

  7. JB says:

    What people do to their fellow beings just for a bit of money…

  8. Jill says:

    Jon, you’re a gem. Keep up the good work. Your research writing style and personality are priceless!!!! Thank you.

  9. RoibeardH says:

    Reblogged this on Multidimensional Being and commented:
    Because people elect a state that believe that all the people do, talk and think belongs to the state, we have such state. There cannot be community, free choice and freedom, as long the people vote against that.

  10. Spy in the House of Blood says:

    I just checked my blood glucose testing meter and it appears that there are test results in it for almost two years …

    How is that even useful?

    More than that, how is it useful to have results from tests of the meter’s accuracy with test strips in odd conditions, such as with lemon juice (>250 mg/dL YAY), vitamin C supplements (“HI” YAY), dish soaps, and whatever else struck me as something that could be worth testing the meter’s accuracy?

    There is no factory reset code or reset switch for this series of meter.

    I can’t even pop open the case — it’s harder to open than an Apple product, that’s for sure, and I’ve yet to do more than budge the sides a bit with plastic pry levers and guitar picks.

    It’s almost as if the manufacturer wants to collect data on you through your doctor.

    And so if I want this meter system to be able to forget, the easiest way to do that is to buy another meter and to destroy this one through blunt force trauma to the memory chips, assuming I still want to use this meter system (or to use up the test strips I still have for it) …

    Here’s the point to keep in mind: if a device isn’t built around the primary user’s needs, it’s built around someone else’s.

    That’s really what Jon’s trying to tell us.

    • prof605 says:

      Absolutely. I agree. Re:both your blood sugar meter, as well as these ‘fitbits’ that people get around & about 24/7? I am sure they are beaming back data to HQ. recently a story about the ROOMBA [robotic] vacuum cleaners, and the fact the manufactureres, are now in the market of selling individual house floorplans.., I wonder what else got uploaded into ‘the cloud’?
      last but not least, then, is our propensity to leave comments scattered across social media, wordpress, [whinepress at times LOL] facebook, twit-ter, reddit et-al, combine that with what your always on Mic [Siri, Google speech recognition etc.] will be privy too, and I am sure the A.I. Simbiot Algorithms are working overtime on risk analysis. Compared to 1984, Wilson Smith at least had blind spots he could go to when he wnted to escape the eye & ears of big brother. with the speech recognition, I mentioned earlier,how are you able to escape Big Bro-Google?

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