Amazon Web Services Potentially Hacked by China?

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Amazon Web Services faced long outages on Tuesday, to which they promptly responded with claims of API and console issues. However, mainstream media has come forward presenting its suspicions against the Chinese Communist Party. CNN detailed their shared concerns with senior vice president and chief technology officer of cybersecurity firm Mandiant Charles Carmakal.

“Over time, everybody can arm the damn thing,” Mandiant CEO Kevin Mandia told CNN, referring to the vulnerability. “That’s the problem. And there’ll probably be great hackers hiding in the noise of the not so great.”

CTO of cybersecurity firm Mandiant, Charles Carmakal.

The problems in Amazon’s large US-East-1 region of data centers in Virginia began at 10:30 a.m. ET on Tuesday, the company said.

“An automated activity to scale capacity of one of the AWS services hosted in the main AWS network triggered an unexpected behavior from a large number of clients inside the internal network,” the company wrote in a post on its website. As a result, devices connecting an internal Amazon network and AWS’ network became overloaded.

Several AWS tools suffered, including the widely used EC2 service that provides virtual server capacity. AWS engineers worked to resolve the issues and bring back services over the next several hours. The EventBridge service, which can help software developers build applications that take action in response to certain activities, didn’t bounce back fully until 9:40 p.m. ET.

Downtime can hurt the perception that cloud infrastructure is reliable and ready to handle migrations of applications from physical data centers. It can also have major implications on businesses. AWS has millions of customers and is the leading provider in the market.

The World Economic Forum has conveniently established preparations for a cyber pandemic in light of our current physical one. Below is a video posted by the World Economic forum detailing the risks of a cyber pandemic. Personally i see a cyber pandemic as an inevitability that can be used by evil people to usher in a one world government.

I’m not here to say that the Amazon Web Services infiltration is the cyber pandemic that Klaus Schwab has been waiting for, but things are looking quite suspicious. The WEF tries its best to explain in an article how critical infrastructure is being made safe as the internet of things grows.

“Critical infrastructure remains largely private-owned and will require a coordinated effort between the public and private sectors to deter ransomware and IoT threats. To address gaps in security protocols and standards within critical industries, governments are taking it upon themselves to introduce and expand on existing cyber security policies for IoT devices.”

The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) published guidelines on security IoT supply chains in 2020 and is now developing specific security measures for IoT operators and critical infrastructure industries. Meanwhile, the IoT Cyber Security Improvement Act was enacted in late 2020, which requires US public sector users of IoT, including those used in critical infrastructure, to extend robust cyber defenses to their IoT deployments.

The world economic forum most certainly does not have our best interest in mind, and plans to take advantage of the “window of opportunity” that the plandemic has provided for them. Above is a graph made by Klaus with seven points revolving around the goal. The Great Reset.

These seven points are in question:

  • Strengthening Regional Development.
  • Revitalizing Global Cooperation.
  • Developing Sustainable Business Models.
  • Restoring the Health of the Environment.
  • Redesigning Social Contracts, Skills and Jobs.
  • Shaping the Economic Recovery.
  • Harnessing the 4th Industrial Revolution.

As profoundly vague as some of these points are, that’s good for Klaus. Because that means he can make up the rules as he goes. With broad strokes of totalitarianism, the perfect world can be manufactured in Klaus’ mind.

Strengthening Regional Development

As i stated above, most of these are very vague and nothing seems to come up on the World Economic Forum’s site when you search ‘Strengthening Regional Development World Economic Forum’. However the United nations has a heavy PDF packet of information linked here detailing their intentions in ‘Meeting the Challenges in an Era of Globalization by Strengthening Regional Development Cooperation’. That’s the very long drawn out title of this packet. I’d advise anyone reading to look into this packet and note that there are obvious economic benefits to their plan. That has to happen so they can prop up their social constructs and new age social norms.

The great reset is a welcome recognition that this human tragedy be a wake up call. it is imperative that we reimagine, rebuild, redesign, reinvigorate, and rebalance our world. Rebalancing investment, harnessing science and technology, and advancing the transition to net zero emissions. All these are fundamental elements to the great reset, and are fundamental to building the future we need.

Antonio Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations

Revitalizing Global Cooperation

Once more, a vague mention of global cooperation. There is so much room for biblical prophecy to be fulfilled when Klaus brings world peace into the picture. Because technocracy isn’t the common mans idea of a peaceful world. Only time will tell us what the WEF has in mind to instill global cooperation.

Developing Sustainable Business Models

The World Economic forum posted an article on its site named ‘A business model for sustainability’. Which detailed how ‘Business leaders must recognize that in global value chains, there is no way to outsource environmental or social responsibility. On the contrary, multinational companies can and must use their extended supply chains to drive change and improve the quality of life in the markets where they operate.‘ To drive it home, they brought in global emissions data projections for up to the mid century according to their plans.

Restoring The Health Of The Environment

Ultimately this rabbit-hole leads to technological symbiosis in which biology merges with technology. But Klaus doesn’t want that point to be brought to the table. In the mean time, the concerns addressed by the WEF are more so targeted towards restoring the balance. Which could easily be done with the conscious and physical embrace of the 4th industrial revolution. We’re already seeing that with the fundamental practice of MRNA technology as researchers have found ways to use modified mRNA to make advances in anti-aging research.

Redesigning Social Contracts, Skills and Jobs

Basically, this is the implication that we’re going to see parallel infrastructure between physical reality, and the digital world. Both providing a new perspective on reality. The Adecco Group wrote an article backing the inevitable movement and detailed their high expectations in the quote below.

Discussing how the pandemic will impact our economies, Andrey Kostin, President and Chairman of the Management Board of Russia’s VTB Bank, said that while we all have embraced digital tools as a quick fix, people will not want to live like this forever. He warned that too high expectations are currently pinned to digital companies, which could potentially lead to asset bubbles further down the road. Mr. Shanmugaratnam believes that the world will need to adjust to the new reality. The possible solution is some form of a hybrid economy that marries both reliance on digital tools and face-to-face interaction.

The next point is Shaping the Economic Recovery. But theres no reason for a header because it’s merely the execution of all these plans that leads to the economic recovery in the first place. With that being said, it all ties back into the fourth industrial revolution. Klaus is very intent on ushering it in, so let’s talk about it.

Harnessing The 4th Industrial Revolution

It’s no surprise that someone would step up and attempt to harness a wildfire of technological innovation. Nor is it a surprise that people are wise enough to know it’s not a good idea.The Fourth Industrial Revolution is a way of describing the blurring of boundaries between the physical, digital, and biological worlds. It’s a fusion of advances in artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, the Internet of Things (IoT), 3D printing, genetic engineering, quantum computing, and other technologies.

It’s the collective force behind many products and services that are fast becoming indispensable to modern life. Things like GPS systems that suggest the fastest route to a destination, voice-activated virtual assistants such as Apple’s Siri, personalized Netflix recommendations, and Facebook’s ability to recognize your face and tag you in a friend’s photo.

So if you take this information into account, and watch American politics through the lense Klaus Schwab’s intentions, you’ll have a pretty wide frame of reference. It’s not far fetched to say that a technocratic dystopia is just over the horizon. Stay inquisitive in the word of God, and the world around you.

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