Monday, June 15, 2009

American Psychiatric Association, Dishonest Child Abusers

The APA is planning the following change to the DSM to give credibility to the likes of Ari Ne'eman and other child abusers from Neurodiversity who work to obfuscate the truth about autism. Lumping liars who claim to have Asperger's under the same category with severely impaired autistic people will allow these psychopaths to "legitimately" claim the same diagnosis which will evidently be changed to PDD for everyone.

This is a public deception ploy to help the medical industry hide low functioning autistics whose brains suffered the most damage from vaccines. Since these people can't speak, write or type to represent themselves, the media will continue to allow liars like Ne'eman and Amanda Baggs to go on TV and be the faces of autism. The media does not want to show low functioning autistics who smear feces, bite themselves and bash their heads through walls because that would reflect poorly on the pharmaceutical industry who caused the brain damage.

Now, the corrupt, psychopathic assholes in the APA are taking measures to help the criminals who poisoned our kids by aligning themselves with Neurodiversity to launch this campaign that will deny the existence of low functioning autism.

Here's contact information for the APA phone: 703-907-7300 email:
Just ask for the chief child abuser.


1) The Workgroup is considering a change in DSM-V that would replace the Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD) category with the title “Autism Spectrum Disorders” (ASD). The change would utilize a SINGLE DIAGNOSIS for the disorders currently entitled: Autism, PDD-NOS and Asperger disorder. Several factors support making this change:

A single spectrum better reflects the pathology and symptoms.
Separation of ASD from typical development is reliable and valid, while separation of disorders within the spectrum is variable and inconsistent.
Individuals with autism, PDD-NOS or Asperger disorder often are diagnosed by severity, rather than unique, separate criteria defining the three diagnoses.

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