Just like NextDoor, Amazon also has a set of overzealous “community standards” that they use to keep people from posting legit, factual, reviews of items on their site. Here is a copy of a review of a book called “The 5G Myth” that Amazon would not allow to be posted because they say it violated their “community standards,” even though a review of these standards shows that it does not. Of course they provided no specifics, and the review is complementary of the book, and 100% accurate. What they’re really saying is that they reserve the right to censor information and don’t mind doing so, which is fascist. Still, is anyone surprised to hear that an American corporation is fascist at this point?
The Next Generation of 5G Wireless Is Definitely Mostly Hype, 5G Is Largely Just a Marketing Term
This is a very important book for everyone to read right now especially as the FCC and Trump administrations start to push inferior wireless technology over fiber optic networks so they can steal money from tax payers and give it to untrustworthy, fascist, big telecoms. You need fiber to do wireless, and you need good infrastructure to do anything well. This book helps highlight what our actual problems are when it comes to networks with one exception; the author’s belief that FTTC (Fiber to the Curb) is adequate is not correct, also his slant towards private companies is sad, but was written before they proved themselves to be fascists. Anyway, FTTH (Fiber to the Home) is what we need. In fact we already gave the big telecom companies $400 billion dollars, so much money that every American should already have fiber to the home, to do upgrades like this and they stole it instead of doing the upgrades. Here are two articles to backup my claims.
“The Next Generation of 5G Wireless is All Hype” — Wired
and an article on how the big telecoms stole $400 Billion from American tax payers.
On top of this, the Big Telecoms are now acting the most like “Trusted” companies in Nazi Germany with their Anti-Net Neutrality Stance out of any companies in American history. For something you can do about it, check out this effort in Bellingham, WA and 750 other cities in the US.
As George Carlin told us years ago, “fascism is alive and well in America.” It’s sad because Amazon claims to be a Net-Neutral company, but I guess corporate loyalty is more important than honoring the constitution of the country that has made them great, even when posting reviews like this help them further their own goals. The big corporations just won’t screw with each other, even if the rest of their corporate family is deplorable. They’d still prefer to surround themselves with other deplorable corporations, than have modernize in the way that they treat people. We’re just consumers to them, and our rights only extend to how much money we might give them.
Anyway, the book is really a must read as we enter this dark time.