UK Public Health Service to Deny Treatment to "Racists" & "Sexists"

This is what happens when you give total control of your country's healthcare services to the government.

The North Bristol NHS Trust, a tax-payer funded public healthcare service provider in jolly old England, recently announced that "threatening and offensive language," and "racist or sexist language, gestures or behavior" as well as "malicious allegations" will all be punishable offenses.

If you're a patient and you commit a similar misdeed you will be subject to a, "sports-style disciplinary yellow card and then final red card in which treatment would be withdrawn as soon as is safe."

Andrea Young, Chief Executive for North Bristol NHS Trust, said, "We’re sending a strong signal that any racism or discrimination is completely unacceptable – we want staff to challenge and report it and we want everyone to know that it will have consequences."

This essentially means that if someone is "Racist" or "Sexist", they won't be able to receive healthcare services.

The glaringly obvious problem here is that what someone considers "sexist" or "racist" may differ from another's definition of those words.

Jack Montgomery said, "In late 2017 an NHS patient who requested a female nurse to carry out a cervical smear complained when the hospital sent a person with "an obviously male appearance… close-cropped hair, a male facial appearance and voice, large number of tattoos and facial stubble" who insisted 'My gender is not male. I’m a transsexual.'"

Social workers have also taken children away from foster parents in the UK in recent years for not supporting "multiculturalism".

This is what Bernie Sanders wants for America.  

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