Are hospitals used as legal slaughter houses

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PostSat Oct 06, 2012 10:41 am » by Toxic32

World Health Organization.........

Population control the easy way.

According to the available evidence, the impact of HCAI implies
prolonged hospital stay, long-term disability, increased resistance
of microorganisms to antimicrobials, massive additional financial
burden for health systems, high costs for patients and their family, and
unnecessary deaths.
In Europe, HCAIs cause 16 million extra days of hospital stay and
37 000 attributable deaths, and contribute to an additional 110 000,
every year. The burden of disease is also reflected in significant annual
financial losses estimated at approximately €7 billion, including direct
costs only. In the United States, approximately 99 000 deaths were
attributed to HCAI in 2002 and the annual economic impact was
approximately US$ 6.5 billion in 2004.
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PostSat Oct 06, 2012 10:52 am » by Opalserpent

You could elaborate more on your theory. I certainly think the WHO was spreading aids in africa and brazil and recently in africa again oral vaccine for polio caused tens of thousands of cases of paralysis with untested vaccine. ... paralysis/

Check this out from wiki:

Pharmaceutical industry
African countries are also still fighting against what they perceive as unfair practices in the international pharmaceutical industry.[14] Medical experimentation occurs in Africa on many medications, but once approved, access to the drug is difficult.[14] Drug companies must make a return on the money they invest on research and work to obtain patents on their intellectual capital investments which restrict generic alternatives production. Patents on medications have prevented access to medications as well as the growth in research for more affordable alternatives. These pharmaceuticals insist that drugs should be purchased through them.[citation needed] South African scientists in a combined effort with American scientists from Gilead recently came up with an AIDS gel that is 40% effective in women as announced in a study conducted at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in Durban, South Africa. This is a groundbreaking drug and will soon be made available to Africans and people abroad.[citation needed] The South African government has indicated its willingness to make it widely available.[citation needed] The FDA in the US is in the process of reviewing the drug for approval for US use.[15][16] The AIDS/HIV epidemic has led to the rise in unethical medical Experimentation in Africa.[14] Since the epidemic is widespread, African governments relax their laws in order to get research conducted in their countries which they would otherwise not afford.[14] However, global organizations such as the Clinton Foundation, are working to reduce the cost of HIV/AIDS medications in Africa and elsewhere. For example, Inder Singh oversaw a program which reduced the cost of pediatric HIV/AIDS drugs by 80 to 92% by working with manufacturers to reduce production and distribution costs.[17] Manufacturers often cite distribution and production difficulties in developing markets, which create a substantial barrier to entry.

Bill gates knows how to make money and I guess the drug industry is just as profitable as microsoft.
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