posted on Mar, 31 2013 @ 08:03 AM
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND—World Health Organization officials expressed disappointment Monday at the group's finding that, despite the enormous
efforts of doctors, rescue workers and other medical professionals worldwide, the global death rate remains constant at 100 percent.
Death, a metabolic affliction causing total shutdown of all life functions, has long been considered humanity's number one health concern.
Responsible for 100 percent of all recorded fatalities worldwide, the condition has no cure.
"Why should we continue to spend billions of dollars a year on a health care industry whose sole purpose is to prevent death, only to find, once
again, that death awaits us all?" Nader said in an impassioned address to several suburban Californians. "That's called a zero percent return on
our investment, and that's not fair. Its time the paying customer stood up to the HMOs and to the so-called 'medical health professionals' and
said: 'Enough is enough. I'm paying through the nose here, and I don't want to
Why indeed! Imagine all the people we could feed with the billions spent on trying to prevent death! Of course, feeding people puts off the
inevitable, so technically that's wasteful too. Hmm.. Well, heck. What a world.