In the documents Mother Teresa: For the love of Bo and Hell’s Angel, there was a testimony that the famous saint had a relatively distorted vision of the world. Its rescue missions, for example to Africa and the Indians, were to resemble one big show for the public, but they did not have much in common. According to other nuns and witnesses in appalling conditions, the people Mother Teresa set out to save were without access to hot water. The nurses who treated them were medically ill and did not give patients analgesics. It was operated on with uninfected needles, which were used repeatedly. According to the witness, Mother Teresa then went out with the fact that I could see no reason to disinfect them.
There was no question that Mother Teresa did not have enough money for her philanthropic events. According to the newspaper Walter Wllenweber, who fell in love with her mission, she received a dog of $ 50 million. But Mother Teresa herself should have refused to use her to improve the living conditions of her patients. On the contrary, according to the information in the documents, the nurses were supposed to be forced to force themselves to live and wear crushed spikes. She then told her patients and other nurses that suffering and physical pain were leading to salvation.
The missions took care of the bread and the patients did not get very good food, they were all lost and on the bone. And the nuns just didn’t care to help them. According to some witnesses, the patients simply maintained their suffering and poverty and just made sure they didn’t die. The Times describe these practices as a paradoxical celebration suffered. At the same time, ask if Mother Teresa ever had to suffer her patients at all, or if she extended them only.
The afflicted with the suffering of Christ is asn, she let herself be heard.
British Aroup Chatterjee, who has worked with Mother Teresa for some time in the past,if, after his experience, he published his work, who included a hundred interviews with people who drank in contact with Mother Teresa and who criticized her activities and the conditions in which she worked.
The former was one of the first to point out the lack of hygiene conditions that Mother Teresa maintained in her hospitals, although she received a lot of funding to provide her patients with much better and dignified conditions. It is all the sad that the mind really made someone change their lives for the better, even the dog was overwhelmed with the potency and service that the nuns had.
The methods of patient treatment were debatable. The finances were better, but Mother Teresa rejected them variously.
According to a article published in The Times, the sisters who worked for Mother Teresa were to be manipulated by her cult of personality. In addition, they were isolated from the family, who were allowed to eat only once a month during their missions, and were allowed to visit them once every ten years. Some of them described the conditions in the proceedings administered by Mother Teresa.
Robin Fox, a British editor of the drug magazine The Lancet, who visited one of the hospitals that Mother Teresa shared, said that the nuns had decided on the patient’s condition without the presence of the drug and without the necessary distance. The usual practice was that lily malaria paracetamol.
According to Mary Loudon, who helped the city as a volunteer, the cancer was then treated with aspirin and cold showers. Pinav dressed from mine and shit should then be just so bulk in the water and without patina disinfection.
According to Fox, he described that, unlike the hospital, there were no analgesics available in the city, so he would prefer to get to the hospital rather than this purge. Finances for better and dignified conditions were not used, the suffering was a necessary life.
According to other witnesses, some of the patients, often the children, tied the ropes and did not want to help.
According to her co-workers, Mother Teresa also had a dark side.
The nurses then disrespected non-Kesan patients, according to Susan Shields, a nurse who worked with Mother Teresa, secretly and quietly, for example, in India, who beat Muslims and Hindus, who said that the nurse only gave them half a cold compress on their head for mild fever.
In particular, Mother Teresa’s piety will never be desecrated, and the nuns have a lot of services. However, one cannot ask that some of the practices she has engaged in can be described as inhumane.
The testimony of the witness thus warns that we should not rely on the imaginary pedestal of anyone, even the most holy ones. Historian Tariq Ali then concluded St. George Teresa as a historical figure as slightly psychopathic.