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Jan 18 2023

Asking People if They Speak English Is a Microaggression

Living in a woke society, it is a challenge to avoid committing microaggressions. Because new ones are invented each day by social engineers, constant attention must be devoted to staying on top of them, lest you inadvertently commit thoughtcrime. Now we learn that asking someone if they speak English is a microaggression:

According to documents obtained by the medical watchdog group Do No Harm and shared with the Washington Examiner, Covenant Medical Center in Texas required its employees to complete an implicit bias training [i.e., cultural Marxist brainwashing] that contained a list of microaggressions worthy of an apology, including asking if someone spoke English and asking to speak to a manager.

Regarding speaking to the manager, it should go without saying that bad service is to be expected, now that hiring and promotion are based on identity politics rather than merit. Failure to embrace this would be racist. However, this directive applies to patients, not employees. They should put up signs in the waiting room.

For once, the thought police offer a path to redemption for those who realize they have committed a microaggression:

The first steps listed are acknowledging a harm was committed and offering to “repair the issue.” To complete the apology, one must “repent for the problem” and “request forgiveness.”

Falling to your knees and groveling couldn’t hurt.

Ayn Rand explains why there are so many microaggressions:

The only power any government has is the power to crack down on criminals. Well, when there aren’t enough criminals, one makes them. One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws.

Only when we are all thought criminals will our liberal overlords have the leverage to perfect utopia. Making thoughtcrime a federal offense will help in this regard by allowing more involvement by the FBI.

Covenant Medical Center is part of the West Coast-based Providence Health and Services system…

The healthcare system says it prioritizes diversity in hiring and promotion decisions and has a “zero-tolerance” policy for “behavior that perpetuates bias or stereotypes.” The system also says it is committed to “health equity” and acknowledges “long-standing inequities have led to health disparities.”

Rather than worrying about microaggressions, it would be wise to find a healthcare system that prioritizes patients’ health over punishing or rewarding them for their race.

On a tip from ABC of the ANC.


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