‘Offended By The Truth’

The “unacceptable and culturally insensitive language” used in this story is actually — and unfortunately – still the correct legal terminology. Because the Aboriginal Industry, including the Chiefs, wants to maintain the segregation of aboriginals for their own benefit — even while playing victim — we continue to have the ‘Indian Act’, and ‘Indian’ in our Constitution…

‘Alberta Health Services’ says a mistake on a form a decade ago using outdated language is to blame after a teenage ‘indigenous’ girl was sent an invoice addressed to “Treaty Indian“. The health service said Thursday it has finished a preliminary investigation into how “unacceptable and culturally insensitive language” was used.

“The service said the error occurred when “historical {and current!} wording” was put in the wrong field on a patient’s record during a hospital visit over a decade ago.

Following a more recent hospital visit, our computer system inadvertently copied that incorrect {?} wording, and included it on an invoice which was then sent out to the person“,
the statement said.

The wording is absolutely not language that we would purposefully use. It is inappropriate, insensitive and should not be used in any circumstance“.
{“should not be used in any circumstance” – except in our law and Constitution?}

“The health service said this was a “one-off incident” and doesn’t reflect the language used by staff. The organization apologized publicly and said it has reached out to the 15-year-old girl and her mother to apologize personally. The case will continue to be reviewed and the invoice to the patient has been waived {!}, it added.

“The letter came to light when a picture of the address line was posted on ‘Twitter’ Wednesday by ‘indigenous’ artist Dawn Marie Marchand…

“Following the apology, Marchand said the girl’s mother did not wish to comment on the mistake.

To her, this is just another example of how we are dehumanized in institutional situations{?!?},
Marchand wrote on ‘Twitter’…

“The health service said all employees are expected to treat everyone with respect and it will make sure something similar never happens again.

We know that a significant barrier to ‘First Nations’ {communities of descendants of Siberian settlers} people accessing the health-care system is trust, and acknowledge that institutional racism and stereotyping has kept people from getting the care they need“,
the health service said…

{Canadian apologetics are beginning to resemble the ‘Original Sin’ teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. Are Canadians still religious, but sublimating it in politics?}

“The CEO of Alberta Health Services apologized last summer when a health services official who had conducted a seminar for educators at a southern Alberta ‘First Nation’ sent a text complaining that she had been yelled at by

a rabid squaw“.

The worker who sent the text message and another who was intended to receive it were fired.”

–‘Alberta Health Services apologizes for invoice addressed to ‘Treaty Indian’,
Chinta Puxley, CANADIAN PRESS, April 5, 2018

http://thechronicleherald.ca/canada/1559340-alberta-health-services-apologizes-for-invoice-addressed-to-treaty-indian

See also:
On Using The Term ‘Indian’’ (Peter Best):
“Indian” is the precise, legal and denotative term for what is in fact a purely race-based legal category of persons in Canada. It’s in the title of the ‘Indian Act’ and used throughout that statute. It’s in the Constitution of our country, referring to that class of aboriginals who inhabit southern Canada. (The other two legally defined types of aboriginals in the Constitution are “Inuit” and “Metis”.)

If the reader feels uncomfortable seeing and reading the word everywhere because it “sounds racist”, then good! That’s the point — it is inherently racist! And as such, it’s inherently wrong that it’s in our Constitution, statutes and court decisions.

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