Today’s normie moron of the week award goes to Richard Alan Walba, who on March 31, 2012, said exactly the following:
“Let’s not be ridiculous, vaccines can cause neurological damage but not the neurological damage that is Autism? Pace didn’t award the damages, and all the children clearly showed autistic symptoms.”
(Questions come to mind. When I stumble about and sweat cold, that is a symptom. Of diabetes, which is the kind of thing that modern medics have in mind when they use the word “disease”. So what in the hell is an “autistic symptom”, Richard?)
The full conversation, in its uninterrupted, unedited (so far as I can tell), and ugly glory can be found on Lydia Brown’s Fudgebook page. To say that this conversation has taken a very ugly turn is an understatement. Walba’s view seems to be that everything that disagrees with his pet beliefs is a big conspiracy against everyone and that autism is bad, bad, bad, and that autistic adults should not be allowed to speak for themselves because they contradict him too much, and on and on it goes.
This, in itself, would be bad enough. But where he really lets himself down is that he does not seem to understand the importance of peer review, that law reviews/articles are never subject to peer review, or that such an absence makes his sources utterly invalid.
Richard Alan Walba, mark my words. You do not want to ever knowingly meet me. You are the most ignorant person I have read the filth of this week, and that means you are probably the most ignorant person I have encountered in years. Have a cookie.
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