Black Ribbon Project

for health care freedom and the doctor-patient relationship

Wisconsin Protests and “Social Justice”

Wisconsin physicians justify handing out fraudulent doctor’s excuses at a protest in Wisconsin by claiming it is for the greater good. This stance is supported by medical ethics as currently taught across the country: the “good of the group” supplants the rights of individuals. John Rawls’ ethics of “social justice” encourages

“doctors to place the needs of “society” ahead of individual patients. At best, it forces doctors to juggle the truth and the interests of their patients alongside “social” considerations. At worst, it will give them license to sacrifice their professional integrity (and their patients’ interests) in the name of ‘society’.” —Dr. Paul Hsieh

Read more here, here and here.

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