MADD & The Blind, Deaf, & Dumb Feminist US Education System
Women drive only 30% of miles driven but are in 37% of the fatal accidents
START WITH A CYNICAL HYPOTHESIS
The MADD, dui, anti-drinking, anti-alcohol, anti-Christian campaign is based on the cynical hypothesis that American citizens are too stupid to make proper personal choices for themselves, but that a disinterested judge sitting on a wooden bench miles away could or would care to make those choices for them for them, and could do a better job of it. The government's own studies and statistics prove otherwise. This is why an exact copy of this cynical hypothesis, Prohibition, was thankfully ended with certainty early in the Twentieth Century.
PAD THE DATA
By padding the data more than three fold, police departments take accidents which involve [not are "caused by"] at most 1.25% of the drivers accross the country who have a bac > .10 and report that 4% of all accidents are "alcohol involved". They do this by adding any and everybody who was at the scene of the accident who had "been drinking". This means that 69% of the accidents which were classified as "alcohol involved" didn't even involve a driver with a bac > .10. NHTSA compounds the error another ten fold with a "statistical model" that is the dream of every bureaucrat--they don't need to tell you how they do this, they get to spend billions of dollars to "solve" the "problem" without ever telling you exactly what they solved. Their budget continues to grow geometrically while the rest of the economy takes a tail spin, partially because of precisely this cynical hypothesis that justifies its micromanagement of American's personal lives. The NHTSA data shows specifically the following regarding "drinking drivers" involved in fatal accidents in 1999:
While there may be some overlap between these figures, it's unlikely, given that the objective of the statistical model is to compensate for drivers who may have had a high BAC level but whom the police didn't test for or detect alcohol. It's possible, for example, that some of the 918 passengers who caused an accident to be classified as alcohol-involved were also included in the 564 people who were reported by the police to be "Not alcohol involved". Some number of the 1,123 passengers who caused an accident to be classified as alcohol-involved may have also been included in the category "Unknown to the police". But the statistical model is not intended to be applied to passengers or pedestrians who may have been under-reported by the police, so this overlap is only a remote possibility.
ADD A LITTLE MASS HYSTERIA
The following statement from NHTSA is accurate, but it's intentionally misleading:
Newspaper headlines misinterpret such statements, pad it a little bit more, change the wording around, and the final message is:
You might view this as the classic case of mass hysteria--if it weren't for the fact that it's become obvious that this is a carefuly orchestrated plan to destroy the country. This mass hysteria isn't spreading by itself--it's being promoted by our own government under the guidance of anti-Christian forces.
SUPPRESS THE TRUTH
These forces even managed to suppress the truth about multiple studies which proved that, if all drivers in the country had the track record of the safest driver, the driver with a bac = .04, the driver whom this program hopes to drive into extinction, we would have 12,865 fewer traffic deaths annually.
They managed to suppress the data that shows that women are much less coordinated than men, that women pilots have four times as many accidents per hour flown than men pilots, that women drivers have 70% more accidents per mile driven than men drivers, that the distinct differences in their cranial capacities is proof of a distinctly different design criteria. You might even claim that men and women are different--wow! They suppress the data that shows that if women didn't drive, there would be 10,311 fewer highway fatalities each year.
They managed to suppress studies by numerous doctors from around the world that our current level of alcohol consumption prevents 80,000 heart disease fatalities annually, that increasing alcohol consumption would save 150,000 lives/year from heart disease, and that the recent decrease in alcohol consumption costs us an additional 35,000 heart disease deaths/year.
AND YOU HAVE A $1.8 TRILLION CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY
What is the total cost of this criminal conspiracy referred to as "MADD"? Not counting our loss of Constitutional rights, which is priceless, the bottom line price in dollars is $121.9 billion per year, or $1.8 trillion in current dollars over the last 15 years. And what was the benefit again?
Do you realize that the government can't even estimate a benefit? As hard as they try, as effectively as they've suppressed the studies which show that the driver they eliminated from the roads is the very driver who is 31% less likely to have an accident, regardless of how well they've concealed how much more dangerous a woman driver is than a drinking driver, their data still shows one thing: THERE WAS NO BENEFIT!
In the same year that "liberals" "think" that mad idiots from MADD et. al. "saved" 1,100 lives, other causes of mortality in this country of 284 million people (and 264 million Christians) took far more lives and received far less media coverage:
Without even considering the fact that these laws themselves probably caused more than 1,100 people to commit suicide, or themselves cause the stress which caused an extra 30,000 heard disease deaths, you have not a shred of justification for permitting jewish judges and lawyers to ROB Christians of $20 billion per year for such a program It costs at least $18.2 million per life allegedly saved, which ismoney that might have increased cancer research which currently amounts to only $200 per life lost to cancer.
On top of that, the reduction in alcohol consumption in the country that followed this campaign is estimated to have caused an extra 33,000 heart disease deaths each year, which is 30 TIMES as many lives lost as MADD claims that it "saved".