‘Racist to its core’: Outrage as nurses are subject to a new code where they must announce their ‘white privilege’ before treating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients

Australian nurses and midwives are being forced to announce their ‘white privilege’ before treating Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander patients –  a move which has been slammed as ‘racist to its core’.

The term ‘white privilege’ defines the unearned social and cultural advantages awarded to people with white skin which are not enjoyed by people of colour or non-white backgrounds.


May Govt Backs Sex-Change Treatment for Under 16s, Snubs Christian Group

Theresa May’s health secretary has snubbed Christian campaigners and backed the use of sex-change drugs for children under the age of 18.

The Department of Health and Social Care, led by Jeremy Hunt MP, said that young people have a right “to determine what happens to their own bodies,” including consenting to drug treatments that can sterilise them and stunt growth.

It comes as the Government considers a 2016 parliamentary report demanding “trans issues” are “mandatory” on school curriculums, 16-year-olds can change their gender without parental consent, and calling for “fast-tracked” sex changes.


‪Live-in carer Beauty Mufakazi ‘pulled Huntington’s Disease sufferer around like a rag doll and left her in urine-soaked bed’. ‬

Beauty Mufakazi, 54, is alleged to have ignored patient Lorraine Parkin’s requests for food and left her out in the sun causing her to be ‘red and burned’.

Mufakazi, from Manchester, is also accused of grabbing 46-year-old Mrs Parkin’s arm and ‘yanking it upwards and twisting it outwards’.

She has denied two counts of ill treatment or willful neglect at Manchester Crown Court.

Mrs Parkin suffers from Huntington’s  Disease, a degenerative brain condition which means she is not able to walk, cannot communicate verbally and suffers from involuntary movements.


Nearly 1,400 African babies injected with jab linked to test MONKEY DEATHS by Oxford academics

African babies were given a new TB vaccine even though five out of six primates involved in a trial died.

The investigation revealed last night by the British Medical Journal prompted calls for tightening of rules governing the way animal research is reported.

Jonathan Kimmelman of McGill University in Canada said the Oxford case was not an isolated one, he added: “It’s widely recognised that animal studies intended to support drug development are often riddled with flaws in design and reporting.


2018 : Penis whitening: What is it? Why are men doing it? And what are the dangers?

Around 100 men a month undergo the treatment which costs £500 for five sessions and is carried out by plastic surgeons at the Lelux Hospital in Thai capital Bangkok.

Bleaching procedures are particularly sought after in Thailand but the latest skin-whitening ads have caused outrage, accusations of racism and now public health warnings.


It Is Now Legal To Defecate And Urinate On Denver Sidewalks! What???

Denver just decriminalized public defecation in order to make life easier for immigrants and the homeless.

After decriminalizing defecating on sidewalks, the Chamber of Commerce will probably rename Denver as the “Mile High Pile City.”

No Board of Health? That’s how diseases spread. Now every time I think of Denver I will see visions of poop and other body fluids on the sidewalk. People are required to dispose of dog poop and Denver is letting humans defecate any where they please.


27% of California teens are gender nonconforming (mentally ill)

According to a new study out of UCLA, more than a quarter of California adolescents feel comfortable enough to dismiss societal pressures to identify with one gender or another.

Researchers out of the Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law and the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research analyzed data from the 2015-2016 version of the California Health Interview Survey, which collected data from 1,300 households. For the first time ever, the survey included a question for young people (ages 12-17) about gender expression. Participants had to answer how they thought their classmates viewed them in terms of their appearance, style, dress and/or the way they walk or talk; the answers ranged from “very feminine” to “very masculine.”