Doctor Refuses to Treat Lesbians, 2 Oaths, Religious Oath Rules
Barry Artiste Op/Ed
Funny in this day and age, like in our modern Wholesome Group Hug accepting Canadian Society, how some think one oath overtakes another oath, especially since the oath is medical in order to do your job goes out the window when religious beliefs trump your work ethic.
Hmmmmm, wonder if this Doctor in another world had a child who was trapped in a burning building, and a Canadian Firefighter informed him or her, Sorry your Egyptian and SOL, it is against my religious views to help you. Okay to some a little far fetched, but I think you get my point.
One can be assured if a Canadian Doctor did this to an Egyptian Immigrant, certain Canadians and Politicians would be massing protests in the streets, with calls of Discrimination, get Human Rights Tribunal on the Phone, lets go a Suing.
Certainly Hypocritical when Gay and Lesbian rights come into question, only Gay and Lesbians may be the only ones protesting, with the same Canadians feeling uncomfortable to protest a Doctor from another land who was given the opportunity to make Canada his home.
I think most know where I am going with this, do I really need to elaborate? Canadians are forced to accept Multiculturalism and Diversity by our vote grubbing Politicians.
Yet it seems it must be us who must accommodate not those who come to our shores looking to pick and choose democracy freedoms which suit their beliefs and are free to do anything, contrary to our Canadian Laws of their own choosing.
It seems nary a peep is forthcoming from the Pro Multicultural and Diversity Politicians and those same self righteous protesters who apparently see nothing wrong in all this. Thus leaving Gays and Lesbians alone to protest.
This my friends is our Canadian society, a society you have allowed to fester in what seems to allow to grow and fester as it is you who gave our Politicians a mandate to create for us.
As I have always said, regardless where you are from or believe, we are all equal and should be treated as such. Apparently for many, they do not see the Big Picture.
About 30 years ago, gay men who contracted a mysterious disease called AIDS sometimes faced particularly cruel discrimination.
"In those days, you would have found people dying of AIDS in hospital, and you would find nurses effectively telling them this is what you deserve for your lifestyle," says Udo Schuklenk, Ontario research chairman in bioethics at Queen's University. "Similar prejudices were displayed by doctors."
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