Thought for the day

"Everything went strictly ‘by the book,’ using means that were permitted by the constitution. At first there were ‘emergency decrees’ by the president of the Reich, and later a bill was passed by a two-thirds majority of the Reichstag giving the government unlimited legislative powers, perfectly in accordance with the rules for changing the constitution." -- Sebastian Haffner, Defying Hitler (paperback, Kindle, audiobook)

A recent social media video challenge encourages people to cook chicken in NyQuil (acetaminophen, dextromethorphan, and doxylamine) or another similar OTC cough and cold medication, presumably to eat.

A Tesla Megapack battery caught fire at PG&E’s Elkhorn Battery Storage facility in Monterey County, California. A shelter-in-place advisory was in place for 12 hours due to fears of toxic smoke from the fire caused by Elon Musk’s battery system, with county officials announcing that even though the fire was “fully controlled” by 7:00 p.m. PT, “smoke may still occur in the area for several days.”

A federal court has ruled that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) made an “error” by allowing food corporations to label products containing genetically engineered (GE) ingredients using tricky QR codes as opposed to transparent words.

The Food and Drug Administration has finally acknowledged its response to the US infant formula shortage was caused by a number of problems.

The agency said these included delays in processing a whistleblower complaint about bacterially tainted baby formula from the nation's largest formula factory.

A report found it failed to rapidly address reports of contamination at a formula facility in Sturgis, Michigan, belonging to the formula maker Abbot, because of a serious breakdown in intermediary steps in the response process.

I’m told by “experts” that electric cars catch on fire rarely, so I can’t figure out why keep covering so many of these stories. The other day we did a story on an electric bike bursting into flames and killing an 8-year-old little girl. And then in India, the same thing happened and killed a total of 8 people. So, I am not sure what’s going on, but yet again, I have another story about an electric car — a Tesla — bursting into flames… and wait until you see how much water they had to use to put it out… not very “environmentally friendly.”

Virtually everyone working within the Health Freedom Movement and/or various Anti-Vaccine groups knows what SIDS really is.

Yes, SIDS stands for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, but that’s just a fancy (read fanciful) medical term for “infant death by vaccine”. See: The Plausible Connection between Vaccines and SIDS

No wonder why the Covid Plandemic turned into such a Kafkaesque Clusterf*ck!!! MikeRivero Sun, 09/18/2022 - 09:19

Who doesn’t knows the self-evident adage of the Information Age: Garbage in, garbage out?  Well, the following [INCONCEIVABLE] testimony was just sent to SOTN for our edification and also, perhaps, for our much needed amusement.

Very few folks are aware, but all of the major institutions of the entire planetary civilization are now directed by the most technologically advanced form of AI ever created—Autonomous Superintelligence.

It has been a while since we've heard anything from Big Agribusiness's I.G. Farbensanto, but we can relax: the system of graft, corruption, and denial roles on, according to this article shared by M.W.  In fact, according to the article, I.G. Farbensanto has actually managed to win a few recent court cases:

Roundup litigation at turning point as Bayer rejects "global resolution plan"

Adderal supplies in the US are dwindling as pharmacies and patients report shortages. The crux of the problem appears to be a major supplier of the drug for attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder has run into supply chain issues. Patients who find themselves without their medication might experience "withdraw" or even a "crash" that could impact productivity at work.