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Doctor goes postal in Bronx hospital

He’s 35 years old, so probably still a resident? Considering the crazy hours that they make those young doctors work, it’s surprising this doesn’t happen more often.

The doctor is too old to be coming down with schizophrenia for the first time.

I don’t think that doctors are beta-males. Not once they get into a hospital setting and start working as doctors. They are alpha in the hospital So this can’t be beta-male rage.

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Henry Bello, who happens to be black, was fired in 2015 and since was unable to find another job.

According to the NY Post he’s 45, and not 35 as originally reported, and has a criminal record, for a sort-of sexual assault in 2004 and an arrest in 2009 for reasons unknown.

This sounds like someone who would never have become a doctor in the first place if not for affirmative action.

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http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/bronx-hospital-shooter-emailed-daily-news-2-hours-attack-article-1.3292429

He sent an email to the Daily News 2 hours before his shooting rampage.

It appears that he was a foreign doctor, and by getting fired he lost his opportunity to get licensed in the United States, and he just became an unemployed loser, and thus was bitter.

I assume he was fired for legitimate reasons. No one wants to discriminate against a black guy unless there’s a good reason.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

June 30, 2017 at 4:48 pm

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  1. If he started med school right after college, 35 is too old to be a resident.

    Hermes

    June 30, 2017 at 4:53 pm

    • Disgruntled black doctor!!!

      cesqy

      June 30, 2017 at 6:08 pm

  2. I’m hearing on the news that this man Dr. Henry Bello has a history of stalking women. It’s beta rage, man! Better, it’s guido rage, man!

    JS

    June 30, 2017 at 5:24 pm

    • We’re having a field day with guidos.

      JS

      June 30, 2017 at 5:36 pm

      • Sorry to ruin the field day, JS, but Dr. Bello is Nigerian. A lot of African names sound Italian. A lot of people probably thought Nelson Mandela was a guido before they saw his photograph!

        Maryk

        June 30, 2017 at 7:23 pm

      • Nigerian…. And doing a job that Americans just won’t do!! (Well, not our doctors.)

        Seriously, why do we have Nigerian doctors in the US? Don’t we have enough of our own?

        Yes, I know, really stupid question.

        gothamette

        June 30, 2017 at 9:24 pm

      • The USA doesn’t need Nigerian doctors, but Nigeria does.

        not too late

        July 1, 2017 at 11:06 pm

    • He’s not Italian. He’s black like you.

      destructure

      June 30, 2017 at 7:19 pm

      • Is JS black?

        Magnavox

        July 1, 2017 at 2:12 am

  3. african seeking revenge for dismissal.

    barton

    June 30, 2017 at 5:31 pm

  4. Dave Pinsen

    June 30, 2017 at 5:39 pm

    • Invite a man from a totally alien culture into your country, over-promote him due to race, add an environment with a lot of guns (which presupposes an orderly populous characterized by self-restraint.).

      What could possibly go wrong?

      gothamette

      July 1, 2017 at 10:15 am

      • Actually I think that naturalized us citizens are much less likely to be gun nuts than ur usa born public and less likely to commit gun homicides.

        wt

        July 1, 2017 at 1:50 pm

  5. Probably a love triangle involving a hot prole nurse.

    E. Rekshun

    June 30, 2017 at 5:42 pm

  6. Hah, he’s black! He is being described as “disgruntled.” It’s hard to say for certain, but he looks African to me.

    http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/nyc-crime/ex-medical-worker-kills-shooting-bronx-lebanon-hospital-article-1.3291797

    Apparently he had three priors. Well, since he’s black this will be turned into a “we need gun control” story.

    peterike

    June 30, 2017 at 5:45 pm

    • His middle name sounds African.

      Dave Pinsen

      June 30, 2017 at 6:50 pm

    • Everybody should know that if you want to hire people, you only want the completely & reliably gruntled ones.

      Thin-Skinned Masta-Beta

      July 1, 2017 at 11:13 pm

  7. He’s a black doctor, at 35 he may be 6+ years out of residency unless he got extra degrees or worked a different job before going to medical school.

    I think in the Bronx there are probably a lot of prole white and hispanic nurses who don’t respect black doctors because they are racist and/or think they are unqualified due to AA, which may be contributory here.

    jjbees

    June 30, 2017 at 5:58 pm

    • His surname is Italian. It could be Hispanic. I didn’t bother to look him up. At first, I thought it was just another IA hothead on the rampage.

      JS

      June 30, 2017 at 6:26 pm

      • MaryK is a lot more polite than I am.

        JS, just STFU before you have the facts.

        gothamette

        July 1, 2017 at 10:16 am

      • I don’t know if this guy is right, but the twittards are saying he changed his cognomen:

        gothamette

        July 1, 2017 at 3:33 pm

    • He’s a black doctor, at 35 he may be 6+ years out of residency unless he got extra degrees or worked a different job before going to medical school.

      No.

      Value transference.

      Despite this black doctor obviously providing incredible value to the hospital, he was not compensated properly, wasted time in pointless meetings dominated by bored wives who spend all day drawing cartoon characters on Powerpoint, was overworked, and finally was left with no choice but to kill his coworkers in an orgy of destruction.

      The Lion deeply relates to the plight of this victim of Big Business gone mad.

      The Undiscovered Jew

      June 30, 2017 at 6:35 pm

    • If he’s foreign, he may not have been practicing here that long. Foreign doctors have to repeat their entire residency in the United States in order to get licensed here. Some of them may practice for several years in their home country first, then win the J1 or H-1B visa Lottery, come over here, and have to do an American residency. If he were in that situation, it wouldn’t be unheard of for him to have just finished said residency at 35.

      Hermes

      June 30, 2017 at 7:00 pm

  8. As a resident, I would say that most docs are definitely beta. Most put too much time into their studies to learn how to capitalize on their social position. In fact this story reminds me of a similar instance which happened not too long ago:
    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/buffalo-surgeon-kills-receptionist-girlfriend-commits-suicide-article-1.1096388

    At 35, the chances of him being a resident are low. The news states that he was a family physician and their residency is only 3 years long. Although the hours are no where close to other residents hours, fm residents and attendings do deal with a lot of the nonsense related to the health care system first hand in addition to feeling pressure regarding job security as mid levels who may not have the same skills but have the same privileges encroach on their livelihood. So a bad work environment is possible, but my bets are BMR.

    Orthobro

    June 30, 2017 at 6:03 pm

    • As a psychiatrist, I concur with your assessment of most doctors as beta. There are a few male doctors who do have that charming, confident, cocky-funny demeanor and are ladies’ men, but that’s just a personality type that occurs in all different walks of life and is not a function of them being doctors.

      As for the story, we don’t even know whether this guy was an American. You can look doctors up on the New York State licensure lookup website and see which medical school they went to, but of course, his entry appears to already have been removed.

      Hermes

      June 30, 2017 at 6:52 pm

    • its not hard to understand that they are beta. they become doctors to compensate bc they think that girls actually still care about what your ‘career’ is. they don’t.

      james n.s.w

      July 1, 2017 at 7:28 am

      • Beta doctors plan to “win” later in the game when they can cash in on their provider status with women who are tired of riding the carousel and are rapidly approaching the wall. (Those are the women who do indeed care very much what your career and income is.)

        Tarl

        July 1, 2017 at 9:42 pm

      • Beta doctors plan to “win” later in the game when they can cash in on their provider status with women who are tired of riding the carousel and are rapidly approaching the wall.

        But of course that’s not “winning.” Winning is being the guy who got her when she was younger, hotter, tighter.

        Hermes

        July 2, 2017 at 9:37 am

      • The days of yore when doctors would “win” with hot younger prole nurses. (Actually, I know of one such marriage, and it ended in divorce. The nurse gave off a very high-maintenance vibe.)

  9. Considering the crazy hours that they make those young doctors work, it’s surprising this doesn’t happen more often.

    Clearly the disastrous consequences of value transference.

    The Undiscovered Jew

    June 30, 2017 at 6:30 pm

    • Given the fact that blacks including Africans are the least likely to be hired by small businesses or become entrepreneurial, I view the corporate effect of America as a way to create more jobs for NAMs. It’s sort like affirmative action on a macro level. In NYC, too many blacks are hired by entities like Best Buy, Staples, Whole Foods, Chipotle, Starbucks and not by small SWPL oriented businesses.

      JS

      July 1, 2017 at 1:02 am

  10. It sounds like “Black Autumn” at Princeton fall 2015: an Affirmative Action selectee who is resentful he isn’t as smart or competent as his competitors and colleagues in the field.

    Sid

    June 30, 2017 at 6:52 pm

  11. https://www.intelius.com/people/Henry-Obotetukudo/New%20York-NY/06647SYQYMS

    Maybe “Bello” isn’t his original name. Probably from Nigeria, with a “degree” from Nigeria. There are a couple of Nigerian “doctors” practicing in my small(ish) town in Canada. A family member encountered one in the emergency room and had a terrible experience. They shouldn’t be allowed to practice in the 1st world.

    Rosenmops

    June 30, 2017 at 8:02 pm

  12. Europeans maintain their universal healthcare system by importing cheap doctors from abroad. It’s all a scam.

    JerseyGuy

    June 30, 2017 at 9:30 pm

    • Canada does this too.

      Rosenmops

      June 30, 2017 at 11:42 pm

      • Rosenmop, do you by chance know the URL for the Canadian/BC website which lists names of physicians and their salaries?

        Roli

        July 1, 2017 at 3:19 am

      • so does the US. the supply of US physicians is kept artificially low by the AMA. so the absurd situation results that americans can get into a medical school in the czech republic or the philippines and get a residency in the US even though they couldn’t get into a US medical school.

        ideally law school, accounting credits for CPAs, medical school, etc. would not be required. the requirement would be passing an exam. the exam might be more than written, and many who did attend professional school would not be able to pass it. same standard for everyone. highest scores get recruited for highest starting salaries. no debt.

        so why isn’t this the way it is?

        that’s easy. evil. evil on the part professional schools and the professional associations.

        Beverly Hills Ninja

        July 2, 2017 at 2:32 am

    • Euros don’t need 3rd world doctors, but the third world does.

      not too late

      July 1, 2017 at 11:13 pm

      • NYC’s hospitals are very 3rd world, because of their NAM staff.

        JS

        July 2, 2017 at 7:54 am

      • When Bill Clinton needed hear surgery, he went to Columbia Presytarian, not some suburban hospital. So this “third world” stuff is stupid.

      • Thank goodness that I’ve never been into a hospital recently, but I presume most hospitals in NYC are filled with NAM staff, including nurses. The worse offenders would be something where this shooting took place.

        JS

        July 2, 2017 at 8:23 am

      • Well no one wants to work in the Bronx unless they have to.

      • You just can’t make these absolute bombastic statements, Lion. I love working in the Bronx. My workers drives there and back and I read for a couple of hours or trade stocks. Bronx jobs are the best!

        Yakov

        July 2, 2017 at 10:24 am

      • When Bill Clinton needed hear surgery, he went to Columbia Presytarian

        It’s been New York Presbyterian for years.

        Dave Pinsen

        July 2, 2017 at 1:35 pm

  13. Never licensed to practice medicine in New York.

    Peter

    ironrailsironweights

    June 30, 2017 at 10:22 pm

    • Does it matter? He worked in a jungle known as the Bronx. This shooting should not be a concern to anyone, not even SJWs, because there are no Whites involved.

      JS

      July 1, 2017 at 12:38 am

  14. Considering the crazy hours that they make those young doctors work, it’s surprising this doesn’t happen more often.

    I’d bet the number of people killed yearly because of sleep deprived medical personnel is if anything larger than the total number of murders. They don’t get much coverage but medical mistakes are huge killers, on the order of 200,000 per year. In other, sensibly regulated, industries like airlines they have strict rules about how many hours can be worked.

    Magnavox

    June 30, 2017 at 10:59 pm

    • We don’t really know what a “luxury” good is under that definition, so it’s meaningless.

      • Luxuries are probably anything that isn’t a necessity, like eating out and new gadgets.

        JS

        July 1, 2017 at 12:45 am

      • That’s not how luxuries are defined in that link. They are defined mathematically, so we don’t know what they actually are. They may very well be things that poor people SHOULD be buying. Furthermore, no one in the U.S. is truly poor the way that people in poor countries are poor.

      • Does anyone here doubt that the poor need stricter paternalistic guidance? Though I agree the study is just drudge clickbait.

        Magnavox

        July 1, 2017 at 12:46 am

      • A few examples would have helped.

        Peter

        ironrailsironweights

        July 1, 2017 at 9:22 am

      • Why not ignore the article and state that Americans are just frivolous consumers from the poor to the upper class. The BBC came out with an article about the rich are now spending more on education and other non-tangible things that generate cultural capital, which in turn, this becomes another form of status signaling. It seems like they’re late in the game. Essentially, this is what intelligent and educated people are supposed to do, when they distinguish themselves from the prolier less educated types. Stats show that the White middle class in America aren’t too different from the White lower class when it comes to intellectual stimulation, which is quite depressing if you ask me. Just look at the average hedonistic buffoon around you, and then you insert NAMs and 3rd world immigrants into the equation, and you get a depressing answer = America.

        JS

        July 1, 2017 at 10:32 am

      • “Does anyone here doubt that the poor need stricter paternalistic guidance?”

        The 1960’s and 1970’s left me feeling that just about everyone in America needed stricter paternalistic guidance. This is why I joined the Christian Right. But the poor and the wealthy both have a self-indulgence problem. The wealthy can afford financially to overindulge. The poor often feel they have nothing to lose by spending money as fast as they make it – saving for long-term needs takes too long. Although, in fairness to the poor, saving also has risks. Sometimes the price of an item or good rises and you can’t afford it anyway. Saving money often means having little social life and isolating yourself from everyone around you (other poor people who refuse to do what you’re doing and save money.) Not all the poor are buying oversized TVs and expensive sneakers and unnecessary “junk.”

        I’ve always felt that the best social class to belong to was lower-middle class or maybe working class. Enough money not to be truly destitute. But not so much money that you can afford to waste it. The trouble is that the (white) working class has declined so much in recent years that the old “values” that use to propel them into the middle class (or “middle middle-class) are not there anymore for a lot of them. This is partly the reason for the opioid epidemic.

        Maryk

        July 1, 2017 at 12:01 pm

      • “Does anyone here doubt that the poor need stricter paternalistic guidance?”

        Yes, but the article is misleading and devoid of any useful information about what poor people are doing wrong.

      • the poor per se don’t need paternalism. the rich per se don’t not need paternalism. stupid people need paternalism. there are smart poor people and stupid rich people. only in a society like the US and anglo-sphere more generally, where sociopaths have the commanding heights, is rich equated with virtue and poor equated with vice.

        libertarians, randians, friedmaniacs = sociopaths. there’s no other word for them. evil can be an advantage in climbing the greasy pole. it’s only a matter of time. the tumbrils will roll again.

        Beverly Hills Ninja

        July 1, 2017 at 6:12 pm

      • @MaryK

        True that!

        ‘This scene is still reduplicated in a majority of English homes,
        though not in so many as before the war. Its happiness depends mainly upon
        one question–whether Father is in work. But notice that the picture I
        have called up, of a working-class family sitting round the coal fire after
        kippers and strong tea, belongs only to our own moment of time and could
        not belong either to the future or the past. Skip forward two hundred years
        into the Utopian future, and the scene is totally different. Hardly one of
        the things I have imagined will still be there. In that age when there is
        no manual labour and everyone is ‘educated’, it is hardly likely that
        Father will still be a rough man with enlarged hands who likes to sit in
        shirt-sleeves and says ‘Ah wur coomin’ oop street’. And there won’t be a
        coal fire in the grate, only some kind of invisible heater. The furniture
        will be made of rubber, glass, and steel. If there are still such things as
        evening papers there will certainly be no racing news in them, for gambling
        will be meaningless in a world where there is no poverty and the horse will
        have vanished from the face of the earth. Dogs, too, will have been sup-
        pressed on grounds of hygiene. And there won’t be so many children, either,
        if the birth-controllers have their way. But move backwards into the Middle
        Ages and you are in a world almost equally foreign. A windowless hut, a
        wood fire which smokes in your face because there is no chimney, mouldy
        bread, ‘Poor John’, lice, scurvy, a yearly child-birth and a yearly child-
        death, and the priest terrifying you with tales of Hell.

        Curiously enough it is not the triumphs of modem engineering, nor the
        radio, nor the cinematograph, nor the five thousand novels which are
        published yearly, nor the crowds at Ascot and the Eton and Harrow match,
        but the memory of working-class interiors–especially as I sometimes saw
        them in my childhood before the war, when England was still prosperous–
        that reminds me that our age has not been altogether a bad one to live in. ‘

        George Orwell’ The Road to the Wigan Pier’.

        Yakov

        July 1, 2017 at 10:42 pm

  15. … don’t you think you should read the Daily News before spouting off? The guy was fired two years ago, failing to get a residency, and promised to come back and “get” those he thought responsible. He was Nigerian, meaning his credentials to even enter med school were probably phony. Every hospital physician in America has long hours- diehard ever hear of one shooting up his workplace? The irony here is that the dark-skinned residents of the Bronx would probably rather be treated by a white doctor anyway. There’s a disconnect between who this hospital thinks it ought to hire, and who they should really hire.

    Jeez

    July 1, 2017 at 1:37 am

    • He went to some medical school in Dominica, which I’m sure ranks up there with Harvard and Stanford, right?

      Peter

      ironrailsironweights

      July 1, 2017 at 10:53 am

      • That school has (or used to have) an office in Manhattan, right near the McDonald’s on 34th Street. Their clerkships are in the U.S., and grads still have to pass the USMLE tests, IIRC.

        OTOH, I went out with a lawyer chick in the late ’90s whose firm specialized in defending physicians accused of malpractice. She said they so many cases dealing with alumni of Universidad Autonoma de Guadalaja that they called them the “Guad Squad”.

        Dave Pinsen

        July 1, 2017 at 8:06 pm

    • According to NBC Philadelphia’s website, he studied medicine in Dominica. Whether lower costs or lower standards influenced that decision is not mentioned.

      Hobbesian Meliorist

      July 1, 2017 at 12:28 pm

      • I knew a Jewish couple (like in husband and wife), who studied in that school and were very successful in private practice. I wouldn’t dis it. It was cheap and easy to get into, though.

        Yakov

        July 1, 2017 at 10:45 pm

      • I suspect success in private practice is less about medical competence than a confident, reassuring manner (and knowing when to refer your patients to the experts).

        Hobbesian Meliorist

        July 2, 2017 at 1:37 am

  16. The surname “Bello” is most often Nigerian.

    I can’t find the article now, but last week on, I think, iSteve’s site I saw a table of MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) scores broken out by race. Medical schools practice extreme discrimination, admitting blacks with poor scores and black-balling Asians with sterling scores.

    Source:
    http://forebears.io/surnames/bello

    Mark Caplan

    July 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

    • The final consensus is that most blacks do not work in desirable entities coveted by SWPL types. Most likely, East Asians are employed at better medical facilities located in better cities/neighborhoods.

      JS

      July 1, 2017 at 10:46 am

    • I know an Italian family with this last name. They had a death in the family several years ago and I attended the wake at the Guido Funeral Home. Yes, that was it’s name – the Guido Funeral Home. Honest. Just as I have a great aunt from Italy whose name translated into English is Little Elizabeth Twenty-Five. You can’t make this stuff up! One of the Bellos sold his home in Brooklyn recently – and made a real killing (so to speak!) The property – one of those brownstones in Park Slope -went for 3 million. We guidos really know how to clean up – figuratively speaking! For that amount of money you could call me a guido, a wop, pizzaface, Garlic breath, – whatever you want. 3 million could buy a heck of a lot of gold crosses, prole cruises, and fancy Staten Island mansions. On the negative side, the man who gets all this money is elderly and has no heirs.

      Maryk

      July 1, 2017 at 11:47 am

      • LOL. I mostly feel the same way about anti-Semites as you do about Guido-haters. Actually, I hate Guido-haters more than you do. The whole thing bothers me. Perhaps anti-Semites bother you more than they bother me. I see anti-Semites mostly as jealous losers. I don’t care about them.

        gothamette

        July 1, 2017 at 3:56 pm

    • We shouldn’t assume that every doctor from Africa is incompetent. I hear that in Nigeria there is a solid middle class (I don’t know how large this group is, though) that produces very stable two-parent homes and has very “1950’s” values. The parents are super strict (perhaps excessively so) and very demanding of their children in terms of academic performance. On Youtube there is a man named Clifford Owusu who does a series of videos spoofing the strictness of his Nigerian father. He plays both himself and his father. They’re really good. Check out “Never get bad grades in an African home.” In another video he is watching an R rated movie on cable and his father accuses him of watching porn. So his father tries to call up and cancel the cable service – he relents when he realizes that this means he will also no longer be able to get CNN and watch its news coverage.

      Maryk

      July 1, 2017 at 12:46 pm

      • Good for them MaryK – let them live and prosper – in Nigeria.

        gothamette

        July 1, 2017 at 3:57 pm

      • “We shouldn’t assume that every doctor from Africa is incompetent. I hear that in Nigeria there is a solid middle class (I don’t know how large this group is, though) that produces very stable two-parent homes and has very “1950’s” values. The parents are super strict (perhaps excessively so) and very demanding of their children in terms of academic performance blah blah blah…”

        Good fore Nigerians. let them stay in Nigeria.

        Robert the Wise

        July 4, 2017 at 6:48 pm

    • Some are saying on Twitter that that was not his real last name.

      As for the rest of your comment – i honestly think that this country is reaching a crisis point. Yeah, I know, us pessimists are a dime a dozen, and we’re always screaming that the sky is falling, but I really think it’s true now.

      gothamette

      July 1, 2017 at 3:55 pm

  17. Since we now know this guy has double Pokemon points — black PLUS immigrant — you can be sure this story will vanish from the headlines.

    peterike

    July 1, 2017 at 11:00 am

    • Correct, no SJW really cares about this story, because it’s like a shooting scene in the hood.

      JS

      July 1, 2017 at 1:44 pm

    • Last year or the year before, a black employee shot his black manager at a Home Depot in Manhattan citing grievances of not being promoted by him. Who cares!

      JS

      July 1, 2017 at 1:46 pm

    • I dunno, the story could have legs because of the gun control angle. Never let a shooting go to waste and all that.

      Mike Street Station

      July 1, 2017 at 5:28 pm

  18. Leon — Sailer’s article goes into stats about colleges, parent’s income, student’s income, marriage rates, etc. Right up your alley.

    http://www.consumerreports.org/drug-prices/epipen-alternative-that-costs-just-10-dollars/

    destructure

    July 1, 2017 at 11:07 am

  19. Of the commentators, I think Jersey guy nails it.

    Some commentators raised the affirmative action hire thing, but this guy wasn’t an American black, he was Nigerian. He was imported labor doing jobs Americans just won’t do, like being a doctor.

    Ed

    July 1, 2017 at 12:03 pm

    • Being a general practitioner doctor in a hospital in the most undesirable location in New York City. American doctors want to be specialists in Manhattan.

      • When I was driving for Uber, I gave an ER doc at Hackensack Medical Center a ride home to Manhattan. He said he liked working there better than the offers he had in Manhattan. But that’s emergency medicine.

        Dave Pinsen

        July 1, 2017 at 8:10 pm

      • That’s strange, there is not much action in ER in Hackensack. Manhattan is where you realy want to be. It’s like being an HVAC tech in Alaska or in California. How old was he? Maybe he’s seen it all and wants to take it easy. But these doctors, they like the action. So I dunno. Did he explain why?

        Yakov

        July 1, 2017 at 10:54 pm

      • I hear the most desirable place to practice medicine in a hospital is in San Diego, and quality of life has a lot to do with it.

        JS

        July 2, 2017 at 7:41 am

      • That’s strange, there is not much action in ER in Hackensack. Manhattan is where you realy want to be. It’s like being an HVAC tech in Alaska or in California. How old was he? Maybe he’s seen it all and wants to take it easy. But these doctors, they like the action. So I dunno. Did he explain why?

        It’s a regional trauma center, so it gets patients helicoptered in from further away. He said during one shift (I think he did 3 12 hour shifts per week, or something like that) he had 40-something cases, but that’s probably not typical.

        Dave Pinsen

        July 2, 2017 at 1:40 pm

      • “I hear the most desirable place to practice medicine in a hospital is in San Diego, and quality of life has a lot to do with it.”

        Those in the know know that you have to live in Del Mar to be truly upper class in San Diego (or Rancho Sante Fe).

        Return of Shawn

        July 2, 2017 at 3:55 pm

      • Although San Diego has its prole elements like the military patrolling its waters, and there are lower income areas, overall, the city strikes me as a very desirable. I go to know a few medical students who studied there and wanted to stay there after their residency, but of no luck. There must be a lot applicants and fierce competition for employment at the health facilities.

        JS

        July 2, 2017 at 4:47 pm

    • They could lower standards and just give more oversight of doctors and still end up with vastly superior outcomes.

      Magnavox

      July 1, 2017 at 4:15 pm

  20. “I assume he was fired for legitimate reasons. No one wants to discriminate against a black guy unless there’s a good reason.”

    That’s why I told anyone who asked back in 2012 that Obama was going to be re-elected no matter what. You know, the old “there’s gonna be trouble if you fire the black guy.”

    Sgt. Joe Friday

    July 1, 2017 at 2:11 pm

    • Dr. Bello was fired for the simple reasons of sexual harassment, not incompetence. I could imagine a workplace full of NAMs, where incompetence combined with rowdiness, leads to a nice vibrancy for those who like to destroy civilization.

      JS

      July 1, 2017 at 9:28 pm

  21. In France, doctors working in hospital are extremely promiscuous and it is an orgy there. But I heard many nurses reject asian doctors and there is no asian nurses. So maybe one day, one will have beta male rage too despite a big salary. Perhaps this guy saw all his colleages fucking aroung and being the only one rejected because he is black. It doesn’t justify anytthing though …

    Bruno

    July 1, 2017 at 6:19 pm

    • Don’t mean to shock you but a wide variety of white women (not just the paroles) are magnetically attracted to black men, and important job titles are just icing on the cake.

      Roli

      July 1, 2017 at 7:43 pm

    • So there is Doctor Chinois in the Parisien hospitals? Strange!

      I thought most are working in the quartier chinois with low positions. In New York, we don’t find chinois men in White businesses. But I once went to a French Bistro and the guy collecting money from customers was a vietnamien and the waiters were all French. Very strange!

      JS

      July 1, 2017 at 8:34 pm

    • The whole of France is extremely promiscuous, are hospitals even more so?

      Yakov

      July 1, 2017 at 11:30 pm

      • Promiscuity in France today is a more of an abroad reputation. It comes from a society who was seing mariage as a way to gather and transfer family wealth to the children and not an emotional and sexual exlusive committment.

        Yes hospital is very special. It is considered the most promiscous place above flight attendants.

        Bruno

        July 2, 2017 at 2:26 am

      • What gives? Stress?

        Yakov

        July 2, 2017 at 10:16 am

  22. You have to be an idiot to work in the major cities as a doctor, especially in NYC. A family doctor will struggle to make 180k in NYC whereas salaries of 350k are readily achievable in suburban flyover country and you don’t have to deal with the scum of humanity- ghetto trash. I can understand braindead SWPL morons doing this, but Asians (such as the female doctor murdered by the Nigerian invader) should know better.

    sfd@asf.com

    July 1, 2017 at 7:56 pm

  23. AN ANALYSIS OF MEDICAL CAREER CHOICES AND PROFESSIONAL QUALITY IN THE USA from PARIS :

    For resideny program in the USA, foreign educated students (independant) have to pass the same test as MD students. You have data on the average of matched (people who found a residency) for each specialy :

    Average USMLE score (top 50%) for matched people is 243 for american educated and is 234 that is 65 percentile for foreign educated. The matched foreigners are almost as the unmatched national.

    The lowest one is the family medicine for independent (like Mello) whose USMLE2 score is 221 wich means their average is 88 perentile (bottom 12% ) for matched people. So Mello could be even lower ….

    The highest one are : foreigners neurosurgery 251 (top 30%) and american orthopedic and plastic surgery 252 (the same). American neurosurgery are 247 wich means (top40%). At the top of the top, is american dermatologist with an average of 255, meaning 25 percentile of matched american doctor.

    So in all specialty but one, prefered an american trained doctor, except if you have neurosurgery pb, in that case you’d rather have a foreigner. Probably you won’t be able to speak to him 🙂

    And the 2 main conclusions are :
    1) students in medicine go for money (orthopedic and plastic surgery) and quality of life (dermatology).
    2) Foreigners are a un underclass except in very hard and complicated specialty where you kill people (but make loads of hard earned money).
    3) Foreigner trained doctor in family medicine are the worst (like Mello).

    http://www.doctorsintraining.com/blog/usmle-step-2-ck-average-scores-by-specialty/
    http://www.usmle.org/pdfs/transcripts/USMLE_Step_Examination_Score_Interpretation_Guidelines.pdf

    Bruno

    July 2, 2017 at 6:33 am

  24. And the reason why dermatology is much higher is that both women and men wants money with less pain (350 K for dermatology ) but only men and very few women wants a bit more money (500K) without much more pain. And only men with the help of foreigners men wants slightly more money (550K) with the maximum pain (killing people and working mad hours) in Neurosurgery.

    Bruno

    July 2, 2017 at 6:44 am

  25. A friend of mine (an IA born in Italy who came here as a small child) has a brother who is a doctor. His wife (a white Hispanic) is also a doctor. He did his medical study and training in South America, she did hers in Italy. He has a license to practice here but his wife’s license isn’t valid in the U.S. There is more training she would need to qualify as a doctor here. She works, the last I heard, as a nurse in her husband’s practice.

    A distant relative of mine works as a doctor (lung specialist) in Staten Island. His daughter was valedictorian of her high school class. Two people who really do S.I. proud. Sorry, JS!

    Maryk

    July 2, 2017 at 12:25 pm

  26. Well how do you like that? JS asked an interesting question.

    On this the 154th anniversary of the second day of the Battle of Gettysburg, I think I can answer yes.

    Now what? Where do we move? Because we’re not going to take our country back.

    gothamette

    July 2, 2017 at 1:40 pm

    • Past civilizations degenerated, because of hedonism, and barbarians came in to take the place of the natives who were bathed in luxury and pleasure. That’s according to Ibn Khalun, an Islamic intellectual from a few hundred years ago, who wrote how the Islamic empire fell. It’s seems like history is repeating itself again.

      JS

      July 2, 2017 at 1:55 pm

      • History always repeats itself because history is cyclical, not progressive. Is this news to you?

        Robert the Wise

        July 4, 2017 at 6:57 pm

  27. Here’s an article from the NYT which indicates its leftist loony SJWism:

    This man was no doubt anti-social even before he was a doctor. In 2004, he was charged with sexual abuse for trying to penetrate a woman from her undies. Yet, the NYT is trying to give an impression that his downfall stems from White racism and oppression.

    JS

    July 2, 2017 at 2:53 pm

    • SWPLs gonna SWPL. What else is new?

      Robert the Wise

      July 4, 2017 at 6:58 pm


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