Not a conspiracy theory, just pure facts.

For those who still argue that the NHS is the envy of the world, please have a read through the excerpts from the Civitas Report on International Health Care Outcomes. I believe it needs little introduction. Whilst the service copes reasonably well with diabetes, the report lays bare the startling health risks UK citizens face as a result of the bloated, socialist system which we are forced to pay into.


As Meatloaf didn’t quite say, “Read this and weep”.


The UK lung cancer five-year survival rate of 13.3 per cent was the 17th lowest of 18

countries. The average was 18.1 per cent.

• The UK stomach cancer five-year survival rate of 20.7 per cent was the 17th lowest of 18 countries. The average was 30.4 per cent.


• For every 100,000 people in the UK, on average 80.9 were admitted to hospital with diabetes in 2019, the sixth best rate of 13 countries. The average was 98.5.

• For every 100,000 people in the UK, on average 3.0 had a foot or leg amputation caused by diabetes in 2017, the best rate of 10 countries. The average was 5.9.


• For every 100,000 people in the UK, on average 222.9 were admitted to hospital with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in 2019, the ninth best rate of 14 countries. The average was 201.1.

• For every 100 people admitted to hospital with an ischaemic stroke in 2019, on average 12.0 died within 30 days in the UK – ranking it ninth out of nine comparable countries. The average was 9.5.

• For every 100 people admitted to hospital with a haemorrhagic stroke in 2019 in the UK, on average 41.7 died within 30 days – ranking it ninth out of nine comparable countries. The average was 28.9.


• For every 100 people admitted to hospital with acute myocardial infarction (a heart

attack) in 2019 in the UK, on average 8.1 died within 30 days – ranking it ninth out of

nine comparable countries. The average was seven.

• For every 100,000 people in the UK in 2019, on average 69 people died of a treatable disease, the 15th lowest rate of 16 countries. The average was 58 people.


Note that the UK ranking for amenable mortality was the same as that analysed by the Global Burden of Disease study published in the Lancet in 2017.


And yet, still people worship the cult!


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