A Christian nurse has been suspended from an NHS certification program after saying “being white doesn’t make you racist”.
Amy Gallagher said harassment and intimidation by vigilante staff left her with crippling anxiety.
Lecturers in Britain’s NHS taught that Christianity was responsible for racism because “it’s European”.
Amy Gallagher is bringing a lawsuit against the Tavistock Trust, where she took the course.
I am bringing a lawsuit against Tavistock.
Please donate to my crowdfund: https://t.co/eAx6db22Tw
Please watch my video: https://t.co/vSgaPNl32h
— Amy Gallagher (@StandUptoWoke) August 17, 2022
Amy is going on Twitter after her ordeal.
Tavistock is “an example of what happens when all debate is suppressed, and the harms that result when freedom of speech is shut down, and the legitimate question of motives and means is sacrificed on the altar of vigilance.”#StandUpWokehttps://t.co/dWe7g9IjnG
— Amy Gallagher (@StandUptoWoke) February 14, 2023
The Daily Mail reported:
A Christian nurse was left with ‘crippling anxiety’ after being ‘bullied’ by ‘woke’ NHS chiefs for saying being white doesn’t make you racist.
Amy Gallagher, 34, a mental health nurse from Orpington, Kent, was on a forensic psychology course training to become a psychotherapist at The Portman Clinic, which is part of The Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust.
In an exclusive interview with MailOnline Amy has revealed how NHS bosses caused her ‘disability anxiety’ after questioning her ‘racist’ and ‘offensive’ views at lectures she was forced to attend.
A lecturer at Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust told her that ‘white people don’t understand the world’ and that ‘Christianity is responsible for racism’ in a series of ‘politically biased’ talks.
One of Tavistock’s seminars was also called ‘Whiteness – the problem of our time’ and the Trust’s website included the description ‘The problem of racism is the problem of whiteness’.
When Amy questioned these controversial views she was ‘bullied’ by staff and suspended from the course, pending an investigation into whether they were safe to work with patients.
Almost a year has passed and no investigation has taken place.
This means her dream of becoming a psychotherapist is hanging by a thread.
As if that wasn’t enough, the course lecturer also tried to ban her from her day job as a practicing mental health nurse.