Thought for the day

"The supreme trick of mass insanity is that it persuades you that the only abnormal person is the one who refuses to join in the madness of others, the one who tries vainly to resist. We will never understand totalitarianism if we do not understand that people rarely have the strength to be uncommon." -- Eugene Ionesco

Just when you thought this freaking war on COVID unvaxxinated had ended, G20 leaders have just signed a declaration which states that vaccine passports will be adopted to “facilitate” all international travel…

This means any vaccination the WHO determines you should have. Changing your rights & freedoms forever.

And of course silence from the media…

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health is facing a class action lawsuit after colluding with Google to repeatedly auto-install contact-tracing spyware on the smartphones of over a million Massachusetts residents without their permission or consent.

Thousands of products made in China, South Korea and America were pulled from shelves between April 2021 and September 2022.

According to data, hand sanitizers like gels and sprays contained dangerous levels of benzene, a carcinogen that’s included in the government’s most dangerous solvent list.

Benzene is normally detected in crude oil, plastics, resins, some dyes and pesticides.

Puberty blockers and their appalling side-effects are at last getting some attention.

Australian gender clinics like the one at the Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne claim that the use of puberty blockers are safe and reversible. Studies are now proving that not to be the case.

Sweden, Finland and the UK have stopped prescribing the drugs to children while their safety and effectiveness are being determined.

Indiana has agreed to a tentative multistate settlement with Walmart over allegations the giant retailer contributed to the opioid crisis by improperly overseeing its pharmacies. The agreement will secure $53 million in payments to the state, bringing Indiana’s total in opioid-related settlement payments to nearly $573 million.