Orlando Terror Attack Pales When Compared to Healthcare Deaths

Errant medical treatment kills 2,450% more Americans than all gun-related deaths combined. WHERE are the news cameras??

Of course we all agree that the Orlando nightclub attack  is a tragedy. But those of wiser mind can put any given tragedy into proper perspective.
We can apply logic to death statistics, and part of that logic is asking, “Compared to what?” Because if we compare deaths by firearms to other causes of death, the picture becomes far different than the fear-mongering scenarios we see on television. In fact, as the following graphic shows, medical care kills 2,450% more Americans than all gun-related deaths combined.

Doctors – and the treatment regimens they direct – are FAR more likely to kill you than an armed terrorist


It’s true: You are 64 times more likely to be killed by your “healthcare” than by someone else wielding a gun. The actual number of gun deaths from other people shooting you is 12,228.

Comparatively, healthcare gone wrong kills an estimated 700,00 citizens each year, which is 64 times higher than 12,174. Medical treatment shoots you too -not with guns – but with vaccines, dangerous pharmaceuticals an more than 1,000,000 unnecessary surgeries each year – all of which turn out to be FAR more deadly than guns.

Gun Control? Where is the call for “doctor control?”

In spite of the statistical fact that you are overall 25 times more likely to be killed by your doctor than by a gun – and it’s actually far worse if you spend more time around doctors than you do gang members – there is absolutely no call in the media for “physician control.”

There is NO talk about reducing the number of people who are medicated every day in this country.

There’s NO mention of the jaw-dropping fact that surgical procedures do not need to be proven safe and effective before being tried on patients. Surgery in America is, in effect, a grand experiment often conducted with little or no scientific support.

There’s NO real discussion of the fact that psychiatric drugs probably cause many  shooting incidents, as we’ve seen over and again across the U.S.

And that, America, is at least as shameful – and FAR more dangerous – than the potential of a mass shooting by a savage.




5 thoughts on “Orlando Terror Attack Pales When Compared to Healthcare Deaths

  1. Sarah Smithy says:

    This seems a tad overzealous. I am medicated every day, and thank god I have thw measns to pay for my meds or otherwise I’d be dead. Blanket statements always reduce the message.

    • So lets see if we’ve got this straight:

      Errant healthcare kills between 500 and 600 poor folks every day of the year.

      But because it hasn’t killed YOU . . . the culpable shouldn’t be hanged in yard irons?

      “Blanket statements?” You best take a good, long look at this website. 5,700+ cases of appallingly rotten behavior.

      Pure, unadulterated medical professional shenanigans, generating death & destruction across all 50 states – all in excruciating detail.

      There ain’t no blankets on this site.

  2. Ione Murphy says:

    I looked for a contact email on your site and can’t find one. But wanted to give you this link and ask your opinion on informed consent…https://www.facebook.com/pages/Switzer-Eve-H-MD/161577907195262

    • Ione –

      My response to the “Gee, lets inoculate the entire herd” from birth to grave mind-bend, goes like this:

      1 – It presupposes that the human immune system is inherently flawed, when it is actually a biological miracle, when left alone.

      2 – As so many, many other treatment regimens, it is knee-jerk stupid “healthcare.” One reason it is stupid, is because it’s purely and simply illogical. Any flu “vaccine de jour” offers an extraordinarily narrow range of protection, when one considers the broad swath of flu strains that exist. So it is therefore too often impotent.

      3 – But it is not merely often useless. Vaccines can – and do – thwart a person’s immune system to handle the flu, by suppressing what would have been the normal, healthy immune system response.

      My own personal take? It’s probably a damned good idea to get the flu now and then. That’s what the immune system is all about. Just like a muscle or a car, the best thing you can do for it, is put it in gear. Then, lo & behold, it remembers how to do its job. Wow! What a concept.

      The bottom line is simply unarguable: Modern medical practitioners’ zeal to stamp out every bug that wiggles, is part of the reason we have Penicillin-resistant cooties, and goes a very long way toward explaining why U.S. “healthcare” kills 600 folks a day. Humans may THINK they are smarter than nature. On this site we point out how often “smart” people screw up.

      And no, there should be absolutely no treatment without consent.

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