Tag Archive | Preventable Deaths

Random Observations While Living A Semi-Nomadic Existence in NYC (Part 2)

This is a continuation of an unfinished essay that was published accidentally. I was in the process of stating my feelings about the hordes of tourists that descend daily upon Times Square while trying to enjoy breakfast one morning. 1) {continued} As I was sipping my coffee I wondered how many of these people had […]

Shouldn’t Doctors Be HEALERS Instead Of DEALERS?

I’m with my quadriplegic friend in a hospital. She’s got a serious bone infection and needs to heal. We have supplements made from raw, organic vegetables – exactly what she needs to heal. When we speak with the “doctor” about them being given to her, we receive a look of derision. The doctor will prescribe […]

How Do You Like Your Poison?

One hundred forty six people sick and thirty dead from eating tainted cantaloupes in 2011. More than one hundred people sickened and possibly twenty one dead (four were miscarriages or stillbirths) from listeria contracted from eating cold cuts and hot dogs in 1998. Four hundred twenty five cases of salmonella poisoning in 2006 and 2007 from peanut butter produced by infamous U.S. […]

The Curse of Infotainment

After the recent happenings in Boston and Texas, my mind started wandering through the cold-hearted landscape of mainstream media. This is where it landed: A section of a U.S. city on lockdown during a huge manhunt for criminals suspected of a bombing. SWAT teams searching everywhere and reporters tripping over themselves to get entertainment – uh, I mean information – out […]

Big Pharma: Enemies Of Humanity?

Everyone knows about the sick, depraved monsters of the Third Reich – Hitler, Himmler, Mengele and the rest. Well, there is an evil just as insidious on the planet today. It isn’t as widely known as it should be – that’s one of the reasons why it is so insidious. They are predators that are so wealthy and so […]