Personally your post concerning infant mortality has to be the sickest of all. While the numbers may be accurate, it fails to take into consideration that there are far more invivo and invitro fertilizations which inviarably create more multiple births than normal. It is also a fact that here we go to great effort to see that a fetus becomes an infant even though the risk of their survival is a much greater risk.
You say "your mind is boggled". No it is not. You just choose to ignore those facts that don't support your conclusions. I challenged you many times to re-post the cost of healthcare as a % of GDP and you chose not to. Takes little reasoning to figure out why you chose to post another graph LEAVING OUT THE PERIOD PRIOR TO 1965.