The coronavirus "vaccinations" (covid-19 "vaccinations") could be a tracking and monitoring system designed to harvest big data for artificial intelligence machine learning, if the below mentioned video is true...the machines would then sooner or later learn how to best manipulate and control the masses.
Opinions please, especially if you have any information that this is just another silly hoax. Anyone tried scanning the "vaccinated" for bluetooth signals and MAC addresses? So far, I considered all this to be a damn hoax, but after this video, I am not so sure anymore.
You might find more information if you search for "bluetooth people" or similar search terms in the Internet.
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Hm, after doing quite a lot of research, the explanation of the strange phenomenon of the random MAC addresses might be the idiotic corona tracking system introduced by these sh*t companies Apple and Google, see
Seems like this causes many cellphones to generate random MAC addresses, which probably show up as "unknown" and which return nothing when you enter these MAC addresses in a MAC address database in the Internet. I just did a test, in my quiet residential area I scanned for bluetooth addresses at around 2 p.m. (so in a time when people and their dumb smartphones are supposed to stay at home and not leave or come back from work), with a software called "BLE Scanner". I found ca. 10 unknown MAC addresses. At ca. 3 p.m., the number of unknown MAC addresses increased to ca. 40 unknown MAC addresses. So this would fit the pattern that the tracking apps randomize their MAC addresses every 15 - 20 minutes. So at the moment, it looks as if the explanation could be corona tracking and tracing apps. If I find out anything else, I will write it here.