The latest incident of White intolerance took place at a walk in clinic in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada in which a White mother demands that her son be treated by a ‘White doctor’, her racist tirade caught on video by a patient there and posted to social media, where it immediately went viral. In Canada? You’re telling me that those hoity toity Canucks, who are so proud of their low crime nation and the fact that they are ‘different’ from Americans (in what way, I now wonder), have a race issue? I thought for sure, before I looked into this video, that the incident took place in America, Georgia or Pennsylvania, maybe. But no, it’s Canada folks! Needless to say, I am not too surprised. White people are the same wherever one goes, they simply have different accents and live in other countries.
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From CBS: In the video, an employee is heard explaining to the woman that a “white doctor” would not be available until 4 p.m. to see her child. To which she responds, “So you’re saying in the whole entire building there isn’t one white doctor? You’re telling me my kid has chest pains [and] he’s going to have to sit here until 4 o’clock. Can I see a doctor that’s white that doesn’t have brown teeth and speaks English?”
She is later heard saying, “Oh my God, what type of horrible country do I live in? My kid is sick. I want to see somebody else. Being white in this country, I should just shoot myself.”
At one point, a patient who appeared fed up with the situation confronted the woman, calling her actions racist. She is heard saying, “Your child clearly has more issues with you being his mother than him needing to see a doctor. You are extremely rude and racist. You want to talk about tacky people being in a hospital, maybe you should check yourself in.”
The woman responded by saying, “You’re brown, you’re all attacking me because I’m white.”
Security eventually escorted the woman out of the building. Police said a doctor treated the child.
“A lot of physicians who are visible minorities or have accents that suggest that they’re immigrants, they face this,” Dr. Nadia Alam, the president-elect of the Ontario Medical Association, said in response to the video of the ranting White racist, which quickly went viral after being posted on Sunday. “They face incidents like this… Sometimes it is openly like ‘I’m not going to see you because you’re this skin color or you have this accent. I want to see somebody else. “It’s heartbreaking,” she added. “You think that you’re a Canadian, that this is your country, this is where you belong. And when someone accuses you that way or treats you that way, you feel like an alien.” – Raw Story
In Britain. a racist couple got their ‘right’ to have their child treated by a White British doctor for a year after demanding it, simply because they did not want a Black or other ethnic minority treating the child. From a May 2014 article in the Telegraph, it was revealed within the British Medical Journal as an example of how to deal with ‘difficult decision making’ and even how racism must be confronted within the NHS (National Health Service). However, the parents were eventually told that the child would be seen by any staff member no matter the race and they backed down like the true cowards they were. (Racists are nearly always cowards.)
I have heard racist comments all of my life, having grown up – unfortunately – in the South. Most came from White children when I was in school (such as referring to Black students as ‘niggers’), but some I have heard some from adults. Once, when I was on one of my daily walks, I passed a local elementary school where the kids were just getting out for the day, and a White couple with a low class appearance were leaning against a wall across the road from the school. The Black school crossing guard was speaking to a Black man who was there to walk his children home, and I heard her say as I approached, “Why are they always standing over there?” or similar words, to which the White male of the couple responded – under his breath but I could hear him as I was on the sidewalk and getting closer to where they slouched – “Because we don’t like Black people, that’s why!” His girlfriend nudged him and they both dropped their gazes as if ashamed when I went by, but if you had asked me whether I cared what those two tore down White trash ignoramuses thought about Blacks or any other non-white, I would have laughed in your face.
Some Whites think of their pale, pink, freckled, wrinkled, ivory, moley, and melanin-deficient flesh as so precious, they cannot abide the thought of someone brown, black, red, or yellow touching them because they fear being stained. Like back in the days of Jim Crow, when White store clerks would put the change down on the counter rather than in the Black customers’ hands. I used to see this in the 70s and 80s sometimes. They wouldn’t shake your hand either, and some still avoid doing so even to this day. I remember when REM and one of those weird ladies from the B-52s performed on Arsenio Hall and my mom wondered aloud why the woman was wearing gloves, deciding that it was because she didn’t want to touch Arsenio’s hand when he shook their hands at the end of their performance (Shiny Happy People). I’m not sure I saw it that way but then again, who can tell with White folks?
These are the same people who, when they die, refuse to be buried in a cemetery with non-whites.