N H S: The sixty-year legacy of Modern Medicine

In 1948, a group of well-meaning but seriously misinformed individuals founded the NHS also known as British National Health Service, with the belief that the public’s easy access to the rapidly-emerging wonders of modern medicine would lead to a healthy nation and reduced healthcare spending.

The nation’s health is the worst it has been for sixty years, having deteriorated constantly and remorselessly since day-one.

A health service, nationalised or otherwise, cannot be run on a basis of junk food, animal experiments, pharmaceuticals, radiation, invasive tests and conveyor-belt surgery. This would result in a completely out-of-control expenditure and would create untold amounts of chronic, degenerative and, above all, iatrogenic disease: a medically-induced plague: which is precisely what we have now.