October 19, 2017
— Kelly Hills (@rocza) October 18, 2017
A Pearson medical textbook, in a chapter on “acute and chronic pain,” has a “focus on diversity and culture – cultural differences in response to pain” section.
In it, it says of Jews:
- Jews may be vocal and demanding of assistance.
- They believe that pain must be shared and validated by others.
People are complaining.
But that is true, right?
There is no one on the planet who has ever met a Jew who doesn’t know the truth of that, right?
Pearson has said they’re removing the text.
But look at the two tweets that statement is in between:
These people are not exactly Nazis.
They are just reporting the truth about the way Jews monger empathy from the goyim.