When you combine the deaths resulting from medical errors and prescription pill side effects, you find that modern medicine kills hundreds of thousands of people every year. In 2011, Dr. Mercola reported, “An estimated 450,000 preventable medication-related adverse events occur in the U.S. every year.”
And in 2016, NPR told us that medical errors cause 250,000 deaths each year. That adds up to a staggering 700,000 estimated deaths each year caused by the medical establishment, and it is a conservative estimate. More recent surveys suggest that the number is around 780,000.
When you perform a Google search for the biggest killers of Americans, the answer you get over and over is that heart disease is the biggest killer at around 614,300 deaths each year. That’s right, the medical establishment kills more people than heart disease. The one thing that the medical community warns us about most, is less dangerous than the medicine they themselves practice.
That’s like a serial killer telling children not to take candy from strangers.
Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, the philosopher who gave us the “Hippocratic oath” to do no harm told us that the doctor should heal his patients with food- not with drugs. Today, the prevailing wisdom is just the opposite. Drugs are the primary means by which people are told to deal with their medical problems.
Statistically, the most dangerous thing a person could have is top notch medical insurance. Medical insurance is the number one way by which people obtain prescription drugs.
People die in gun-related incidents at a rate of about 35,000 each year. And gun control remains probably the number one safety issue in the realm of politics.
Consider one more comparison before we move on. According to classified documents reported on by WikiLeaks, the US military killed between 110,000 and 400,000 people in 2010. Go ahead and let that sink in for a moment. The American medical community kills more people than the military. By far.
Doctors are killing more people than things that are supposed to kill people. What kind of world are we living in when the people who are supposed to save your life are twice as likely to kill you as people who are trained and equipped to kill? Is this some kind of sick joke?
At what point do we cross our arms, cancel our medical insurance and say, “Are they doing it on purpose?”
In logic and in psychology we learn that the best way to interpret the contents of a person’s mind, the quality of their ideas, and the content of their character is to consider the consistent outcomes of their behavior. The Bible says something similar. It says, “By their works you shall know them.”
You don’t have to be religious to appreciate the wisdom in that statement. Don’t listen to what they say. Don’t assume that their years of education make them the experts, authorities who should be taken at their word. Judge them by the effects of their actions. The effects of their actions are that they are the biggest killers in the world.
According to Natural News, the word pharmakeia means “sorcery” in the original Hebrew biblical text.
We have known for some time that chemotherapy causes cancer. We know that the MMR vaccine is powerfully correlated to autism. We know that there is an obscene epidemic of prescription opiate addiction in this country that is killing hundreds of thousands of people. We know that addiction to these massively expensive drugs is also driving growing rates of heroin addiction.
As an aside, isn’t it ironic that prescription drugs have become more dangerous than illegal street drugs? When a teenager goes out and tries cocaine, he is statistically less likely to die from it than his father who is on anti-cholesterol drugs.
Now think back to the 80s and 90s. Think about the messages we get about things like bacon, eggs, and coffee. One day they say these things are bad for you. The next day they say they are good for you. They get you turned around about the most basic things. But they never question the things that are killing the most people- doctors and their poison pills.
We recently reported on the new medical trend of giving transfusions of “young blood” (their words) to older people. There are numerous studies from Yale, Harvard, and major medical institutions that are telling us young blood prologues life. It has created a massive medical industry- as well as a nefarious black market dealing in the blood of children.
They are doing this on purpose. By now, their motivation should be obvious.
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