Foundation of medical reality explodes
by Jon Rappoport
December 9, 2014
Time and time again, in these pages, I’ve illustrated the fact that reality is being created for us—and that reality is false. It’s a façade.
Waking up to this is vital, if we want to understand the virtual world we live in. We’re inside a matrix.
Here’s a medical study I haven’t cited before: “A new, evidence-based estimate of patient harms associated with hospital care,” by JT James (J Patient Saf, Sept. 9, 2013).
The key quote:
“…the true number of premature deaths [in US hospitals] associated with preventable harm to patients was estimated at more than 400,000 per year.”
Putting it bluntly, the US medical system kills 400,000 hospital patients every year.
This is a huge increase over the previous figure I’ve cited: 119,000. That number comes from Dr. Barbara Starfield’s review, “Is US health really the best in the world?”. It was published on July 26, 2000, in the Journal of the American Medical Association. At the time, Starfield was a revered public-health expert at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.
In her review, Starfield also concluded that, every year in the US, the medical system kills 106,000 patients as a result of the administration of FDA-approved pharmaceutical drugs.
You can type into the startpage.com search engine, “FDA why learn about adverse drug effects,” and you’ll find an FDA page which states that, indeed, 100,000 people die every year in the US from ingesting these medicines.
So let’s put these numbers together.
400,000 patient deaths every year in US hospitals. 100,000 deaths every year from medicines. These deaths are directly caused by the medical system.
500,000 deaths every year.
That would be 5 MILLION deaths caused by the US medical system every decade.
Roughly 2.5 million people die every year in the US, from all causes (or roughly 25 million every decade). So 1 out of every 5 deaths in the US stems directly from the medical system.
But that’s not all. The 2013 study cited above also concludes: “Serious harm seems to be 10- to 20-fold more common than lethal harm.”
Translation: every year in the US, hospitals cause between 4 million and 8 million incidents of serious harm—which means coma, temporary flatlining, stroke, hemorrhage, unnecessary major surgery, life-threatening infection, etc.
Neither Starfield’s nor JT James’ 2013 review explicitly considers vaccine damage. As I’ve reported before, the best estimate I’ve found was made by Barbara Loe Fisher, of the National Vaccine Information Center.
It takes into account the fact that the reporting system for vaccine adverse effects is broken and only a fraction of harm is recorded. Understanding that doctors and patients only report between 1 and ten percent of adverse effects from medical drugs, Fisher uses that comparison to conclude that, every year in the US, between 120,000 and 1.2 million adverse effects occur from vaccination.
Looking over the figures in this article, you can decide what the US medical system is really doing to people.
You don’t need the medical propaganda of mainstream media. You don’t need the hype of doctors who appear on television to promote their work. You don’t need government assurances. You don’t need the ceaseless warbling of “non-profit” medical fundraising groups with their causes. You certainly don’t need the flag-waving promotion of Obamacare—which will bring many more people into the very system that is wreaking all this destruction.
And finally, note this. The medical powers-that-be and their Pharma brethren are fully aware of the public figures I’m citing. They know. And many doctors do, too.
But they roll on.
Over the years, I’ve sent some of these numbers and journal-citations to mainstream medical reporters. I’ve never received one reply.