Tomorrow (Saturday, dependent on Time Zone and your sleeping habits) has been grabbed by the omnivorous WHO as Patient Health Day. What follows is a game of two ‘alves as the footie pundits would have it. The first half is borderline surreal satire, the second half the horrific reality of how psychos in our bureaucracies and Big Pharma want to abolish reality.
Professors Chris Whitless and Patrick Banc-Ballance said on live television this morning they were “one hundred per cent cent confident the Queen probably died from Tenth Decade Peaceful Death Syndrome”.
Prof Banc-Balance in particular asserted forcefully that “We must not stand by and roll over in the face of this tragedy whereby an otherwise entirely healthy woman albeit of challenged height succumbed to what were regarded in previous centuries as instances of Diabolically Evil Arrested Tertiary Health Syndrome or ‘Deaths’. This year the World Health Organisation will be devoting its Patient Health Day (PHD) to the subject of Medical Harm”.
“Although many citizens mistakenly believe” Whitless interrupted, “that PHD relates to those more gullible of our citizens waiting patiently for their health to return (after becoming victims of Purely Unrelated To Innoculation Needle syndrome or ‘PUTIN’) it is in fact about harm done to patients by the Medical profession as a result of….”
“Well,” blurted Whitewash, “thank you for that small diversion Paddy, but let’s be clear about this: a lot of people have been injured and sometimes killed three times over by horse-pill quackery like Ivermectin, and…”
“That’s Sir Patrick if you don’t mind,” countered Bigbalance, “and I while know that – as an Alien – you already have the gift of Life Eternal, some of us here don’t, so I’ll thank you to pipe down because believe me, if the Reset comes in and I miss it thanks to Death, I shall be one very pissed off bunny”.
This is an extract from a genuine press release yesterday from the World Health Organisation:
‘Globally, half of all preventable harm in medical care is medication related, a quarter of which is severe or life-threatening. In the lead up to World Patient Safety Day on 17 September 2022, WHO is emphasizing the global burden of medication harm. The elderly population is one of the most at-risk groups of medication harm, especially those taking multiple medications. High rates of medication-related harm are also seen in surgical care, intensive care and emergency medicine.
“Medicines are powerful tools for protecting health. But medicines that are wrongly prescribed, taken incorrectly or are of poor quality, can cause serious harm,” said Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General. “Nobody should be harmed while seeking care.”
“Unsafe medication practices and medication errors are one of the main causes of injury and avoidable harm in health-care systems across the world. The global cost associated with medication errors has been estimated at US$42 billion annually. Medication errors happen due to systemic issues and/or human factors such as fatigue, poor environmental conditions or staff shortages which affect prescribing, transcribing, dispensing, administration and monitoring practices. These errors can result in severe harm, disability and even death.
“World Patient Safety Day aims to increase understanding among and engagement of the public and encourage countries to promote safety in health care. This year has a particular focus on medication safety with the slogan ‘Medication Without Harm’. The campaign will also see the consolidation of the ongoing WHO Global Patient Safety Challenge: Medication Without Harm, with the aim of reducing avoidable medication-related harm globally”.
Oh dear, oh dear: ‘reducing avoidable medication-related harm globally’. The brass neck of these swine is beyond any normal understanding.
Throughout the entire release, there is not a single mention of the World Record rate of side effects, epidemic statistical levels of unexplained early death, heavy fat neosolid collections never before seen blocking key circulation points and mobile nanodebris associated with mRNA vaccines both in trials and general use.
Observe Carefully: World Patient Safety Day will be used to rubbish out-of-copyright palliatives against viruses and endless other successfully used Chinese, alternative, complementary, homoaeopathic, flower remedy and native antibiotic approaches from acupuncture to sub-atomic formulation levels.
Why do I think this? Because the monied Pharma corruption of genuine attempts to help the desperate dumped on the chronic complaint health scrapheap goes back a long way….with the Pharma/Brussels breakthrough beginning roughly around 2004. It was followed by further rape of little-understood science in 2006, and then followed by several diktats leading up to 2018, after which there has appeared some kind of post mortem earlier this year in which better and more learned minds have deplored the triumph of money over discovery.World Patient Safety Day Why do I think this? Because the monied Pharma corruption of genuine attempts to help the desperate dumped on the chronic complaint health scrapheap goes back a long way….with the Pharma/Brussels breakthrough beginning roughly around 2004. It was followed by further rape of little-understood science in 2006, and then hammered home by several diktats leading up to 2018, after which there has appeared some kind of post mortem earlier this year in which better and more learned minds have deplored the triumph of money over discovery.
When gigamoney worms its way slowly through the front entrance of medical institutions, ethics and the ideals of pursuing every cure for everyone regardless of commercial interest flies at the speed of Concorde through the back entrance
World Patient Safety Day is tomorrow, Saturday 17th September. Wouldn’t it be terrific to turn it into a damning condemnation of health bureaucrat hypocrisy?
Let’s try to get #PatientSafety trending with maximum vitriol and positive hope in social media.