This video was uploaded to BitChute on September 16th by Ken Adachi, publisher of the long-running website, educate-yourself.org.
It purports to show the computer screen of a Russian hacker named Aleksey Kapyshev using a Tor proxy on the Dark Web, as he finds the leaked database of individuals implanted with Russia’s Sputnik vaxxine, showing their data in realtime, including their GPS coordinates, whether they are asleep or awake, which firmware the injected chip has, etc. and he is able to find his friend, Ljoha, sleeping at his apartment at 3AM.
The hacker speaks in Russian off-camera with subtitles in broken English.
The address of the “Vaccination place address”, in what looks like a residential neighborhood in the outskirts of Moscow matches perfectly with the geographic coordinates of the “Vaccination place geo”.
This is the address of an actual vaccination clinic, according to this article published on July 19, 2021 on what appears to be the blog of a Swedish web developer named Tornevall, who deprecates “anti-vaxxers” and who is obsessed with stopping anti-vaxx “misinformation” and who sets out to debunk this video.
Tornevall makes fun of the idea that anyone could survive being injected with an “oversized microchip”, which seems like a dumb comment from a tech guy, since we know that we’re dealing with nano swarm technology and we’ve seen how the vials contain billions of graphene oxide nanoparticles and the NIH makes no secret about the future of “manipulative magnetic nano-medicine” and “super paramagnetic nanoparticles” to deliver COVID-19- and other medicines.
Tornevall says he’s grateful that Facebook’s Politifact fact-checkers in Sweden have labeled the video “partly false information”.
Regardless of whether the video is real or not, we know that the premise is real from this patent, which describes the tracking technology that’s in these vaccines and how it can read your heart rate and temperature and your geographical coordinates and then transmit that data to a dedicated server.
Plus we know from a 2016 appearance on French television by the World Economic Forum’s Klaus Schwab, he stated that the plan was to tag 7 billion people with a digital identifier within 10 years.
Therefore, the video may indeed give us a glimpse of how such a tracking system would look on the backend, as it also illustrates what Catherine Austin Fitts means when she says they want to “connect you to the DARPA cloud”.