A Swedish doctor, who since 2010 has worked at a medical center in Stockholm, has gone tired of demanding and misogynistic Muslim men who require immediate medical attention, show contempt for female staff and speak for their women. The female doctor explains to the news outlet Avpixlat why she quits her job at the medical center:
I am a specialist in general medicine, with more than 40 years of experience in health care. After retirement, I have since 2010 worked part time at a medical center in southern Stockholm.
However, since some years, the number of patients from a NO GO area and the accommodation for so-called unaccompanied (refugee children. ed) has increased at the medical center and I can not endure such patients anymore. Instead I have chosen to seek to the inner city, where as a Swedish doctor I am more than welcome.
Young MENA men (an English-language acronym referring to the Middle East and North Africa region. ed.) (there are no girls at the center for unaccompanied) looking for trivial ailments (colds, sprains) and are usually accompanied by naive Swedes. They, and even more adult MENA men require immediate medical attention and show contempt for female staff (including female doctors). But they will definitely have a female doctor to their women and come along into the reception room to speak for the woman.
It is regrettable that it has come to this and I feel sorry for the well-behaved people in the medical center's area.
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