Death & Disease By Hospital
By Atom Bergstrom
Practice social distancing. Drive big circles around hospitals and hospital personnel.
But don’t forget to blow your horn and shoot them the finger as you swiftly drive by.
Be proactive. Let them know how you feel.
Let them know you’re not going to take it anymore!
By the way, January 7th is “I’m Not Going to Take It Anymore Day.
Seriously! I jive thee not!
Hospitals kill for profit.
Let’s look at the common cold. It’s been turned into a Corona virus so patients can be victims of ventilators and toxic drugs.
Ron McVann (“The Mystery of Music,” Paradigm Busters) wrote …
“Even the hospitals, which are supposed to heal people, do quite the opposite and use force in most all of their applications. If someone is ill then the immediate remedy is to cut and slash in the effort to do away with the body part in question. Other resources would be to bombard it with radiation or smother the patient in the use of costly, unnatural, oil-based, pharmaceutical drugs that most likely have ten or twenty dangerous side effects. Hospitals are butcher shops, which, just like every lawyer, know how to do at least one thing right, and that is to professionally and quickly relieve you of your life’s savings and hard-earned money.”
Ivan Illich (Medical Nemesis, 1973, 1974) wrote …
“In a complex technological hospital, negligence becomes ‘random human error’ or ‘system breakdown,’ callousness becomes ‘scientific detachment,’ and incompetence becomes ‘a lack of specialized equipment.’ The depersonalization of diagnosis and therapy has changed malpractice from an ethical into a technical problem.”
According to the same source …
“The United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare calculates that 7 percent of all patients suffer compensable injuries while hospitalized, though few of them do anything about it. Moreover, the frequency of reported accidents in hospitals is higher than in all industries but mines and high-rise construction.”