October 24, 2017
Like most stories about things that Jews are outraged by, the story here is the outrage.
The Pearson education publishing company has apologized for a section of one of its nursing textbooks that claims Jews are often “[v]ocal and demanding of assistance” during medical treatment.
The page from “Nursing: A Concept-Based Approach to Learning” drew widespread ire on social media for its descriptions of how Jews, Asians, blacks, Hispanics, Native Americans and “Arabs/Muslims” respond to pain.
Pearson issued an apology to the website Mic on Thursday.
“While differences in cultural attitudes towards pain are an important topic in medical programs, we presented this information in an inappropriate manner,” wrote Scott Overland, Pearson’s communications director. “We apologize for the offense this has caused and we have removed the material in question from current versions of the book, electronic versions of the book and future editions of this text.”
I’m surprised they didn’t offer to recall the book and give everyone replacements without that line.
Obviously, the statements are either true in a general sense or they are not.
If the statements are true in a general sense, then it is helpful information for medical professionals to know these things.
In fact, it would actually help Jews for the people treating them to understand more about their behavior.
But none of that is ever the question. “Is it true?” is not the question.
It is always just: “you can’t say that.”
And of course, the fact that the Jews are whiny, demanding people, along with the fact that they believe other people deserve to suffer with them, are facts that can be applied to things other than medicine.
But then of course, no one would have known about these statements if the Jewish media hadn’t blown it up.