Sunday, November 19, 2006

Neurodiversity's Mascot


I think I made an error in just comparing this monkey to one Neurodiverse simpleton. He is really symbolic of the entire cult of simpletons. I think they should adopt him as their mascot.

The complaint of one of the cult's most obnoxious members is that Canada is excluding autistics from some hearings. Michelle Dawson, as usual, is bitching that she is not being allowed the opportunity to make an utter ass out of herself.

Dawson insists on speaking for autistics rather than allowing parents of autistics to speak for their kids. She is one of those autistics who CAN talk. Her goal in life is to prevent parents from gaining the help they need so the children they represent CAN talk.

This too incapacitated to work postal worker who thinks she's a researcher doesn't understand that there is a gigantic difference between her and non-verbal children who can't do a damn thing for themselves. As such, she just has to intervene on behalf of all autistics to make it known that they don't want anything that might cure them. She doesn't understand that no cured child has asked to be shot up with more mercury so they can go back to being a non-verbal vegetable. She doesn't accept the pleas of parents that their children need help.

In short, Dawson is the best argument I've heard so far to round up all of these anti-cure alleged autistics and force them to endure any available treatment that might give them a little common sense. Sticking one's nose in where one does not belong to prevent children who can't function from gaining the help they need is insane.

Michelle Dawson is insane. Anyone reading this should visit her blog and tell her so. Shut the hell up, Michelle.
http://autismcrisis.blogspot.com/

17 comments:

Jonsmum said...

Already tried, guess what, comment deleted without a trace.

Fore Sam said...

Yup, Michelle is almost as good as Kevin at deleting reasonable comments for which she has no sane answer.

Fore Sam said...

She deleted my comment too. That's why I go to the bother of pointing out her insanity here.

Anonymous said...

This from the person who turns on comment moderation?

Whatever. At least I'm not out using my disappointing child to pick up a fat drug company payday.

Anonymous said...

boooo-hooooo!!!! leave me alone you evil monster! I'm drinking my red wine and eating every diet pill there is in this Godless town. Kotka is a real trash hole so give me a god damn break, you.. you.. you Satan!

David N. Andrews, Ph.D
Educational psychologist
King of Autismland

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know if "Not Mercury" is actually Dr. James R. Laidler? He used to believe in biomedical, apprently, but then decided it didn't work for his children so now totally rejects it. I believe he has two sons on the spectrum and his blog just sounds very much like this Dr. Laidler.

Ma Serof said...

Do you mean that parents should speak for their adult autistic children? Michelle is an adult who can speak for herself. Right? This is your chance to act reasonable, John. What do you say? Can adults be treated like adults?

Fore Sam said...

Maserof;
Michelle's parents are negligent if they have not petitioned for legal guardianship of her. She is obviously insane with her stance that helping children is a bad thing. If she was my kid, I'd definitely be her guardian and, now that a cure is available, I would force it on her. She'd thank me if it worked.
Nobody should go through life disabled when help is available. Decent parents help their kids.

Joseph said...

You might be surprised to find that Michelle is lucky to have a father who is very supportive of her and what she does. See here. That must drive you nuts. How can parents of autistics be so supportive of their anti-cure stance!?

Anonymous said...

"Does anyone know if "Not Mercury" is actually Dr. James R. Laidler"?

I have no idea but it is hilarious to me that whoever he is he didn't vaccinate his second child... that tells me something.

Fore Sam said...

Joseph;
It's not my problem that her father doesn't want to help her. It doesn't bother me in the least that he supports his kid.
The problem is that other, sane parents do want to help their kids and she has no business butting into that. One day, the government will figure out that they will save lots of money if they cure all the autistics who don't work and collect benefits. Then, she'll be cured whether she likes it or not. Until then, she can revel in her insanity for all I care as long as she isn't muddying the waters for reasonable parents who don't like watching their kids suffer.
Perhaps Michelle is not as bad off as many autistics and she should distance herself from them.

Kevin_1000 said...

fore sam,

Another planet would be too close!

Anonymous said...

Not Mercury didn't vaccinate his second child yet writes the blog he writes. What a joke.

Fore Sam said...

Kevin; I think we should be humane about this, lock her up and cure her.

Kevin_1000 said...

John,

Yes. But Michelle has rights, so we should give her a choice: cure or jail?

Fore Sam said...

Kevin;
Jail would be my choice for the angst she has caused to sane Canadian parents of autistic kids. I'm sure she'd qualify for diminished capacity though and get sent to a nuthouse.

Kevin_1000 said...

John,

I won't argue!