There is much wailing and gnashing of teeth at present because Temple Grandin, once the hero of the autistic civil rights movement, has begun telling audiences that abridging the rights of those deemed “low functioning” is perfectly okay. Or something that can be taken to that effect.
I will admit this much right now. I do not know exactly what Grandin said. I do not care because what she said is not germaine to my point. Did she say that people deemed to be low-functioning can be strapped to a table and tortured into resembling normies? Or just that people deemed low-functioning should not have rights? Hell if I know. What I do find amusing, however, is how the passives of the autistic civil rights movement, you know, the dickheads who think they can get anywhere by appealing to the reason or goodwill of their oppressors, are suddenly flinging venom at Grandin.
Say a few things along with me, passives:
- It is not acceptable.
- It is not okay.
- It is not tolerable even when the perpetrator has no idea what they are really doing.
Read these out loud. Repeatedly. Have others read them out loud to you. This is what you still have trouble understanding. Just because you have a standard of behaviour or action that you deem to be “good” or “right” does not mean the enemy does, or that the enemy’s equivalent will resemble yours.
When I say that callous, ignorant, and revolting normies like Jenny McCuntface and anyone who gives her the time of day should be made to live out their lives in six by four cells with no attendance, left to rot in their own filth with their only action being to have someone tell them at regular intervals that they are retarded and not worthy of life, I mean it. I mean every word of it. Why do I mean it? Well, perhaps Sir Ian McKellen in the role he aces even with a shit director can explain it best:
How does it look from there Charles? Still fighting the good fight? From here it looks like they’re not playing by your rules… Maybe it’s time to play by theirs!
Do you know what the normie’s greatest weakness is, passive fukks who kiss Grandin’s ass one minute and then whine and protest when she says “okay, some of us might be okay to do away with after all”? Want to hazard a guess, instead of me having to constantly scream it in your fat, worthless, ignorant faces?
Normies are very good at dishing out pain, fear, and degradation. That has never been in dispute. From the times when people living in Australia with neurological or physical disabilities had to live in their own filth to the time when they still have to do it in spite of this being the twenty-first fukking century, the ability of the normie to hurt others has been a defining attribute. But you know something? After physically assaulting some and frightening others to the point where they have wanted others to kill me, I have learned something invaluable about normies. Namely, they are not very good at taking it.
“Waaah it’s nawt naaaace to call people retards!”, the passives scream in a voice that annoys me as much as it did when I heard it from six year olds. Well, guess what, passives? Between hurting someone’s feelings and allowing others to hurt other people’s real physical bodies, I know which sin (or really, very itsy bitsy transgression in the former case) I would prefer to commit.
So when I propose that Jenny McNobrain be submerged in pig swill and left for all of the autistic adults she proclaims do not exist to urinate upon, I am not just saying that for effect. I really mean it. When I proclaim that I believe her to be legally retarded (that is, her intelligence quotient is so low that she should be divested of ability to make decisions concerning her life), I mean it. When I say it would be perfectly just for her to live the rest of her life with people trailing around her proclaiming what an utter retard she is, I mean it.
This is for two reasons, both variations on a simple theme. Whether it be on an emotional or real physical level, she has caused many people a great deal of injury. Less so in the real physical way, of course, but when you turn a person’s whole world black based on nothing more than a variance in how their brain processes information, you deserve what you get in reprisal.
It is also worth remembering that normies do not merely falsely pity us or feel disturbed by our existence. They outright hate us. For years, centuries even, they have conditioned each other to do nothing but spit each others’ weak minds back at each other. Consider if you will the following quote from the first Esoteric song I ever heard, Bereft:
Lies are all humanity knows / for if they spoke the truth it would show / that they are nothing but a shadow of each other
This quote describes every normie who ever lived at any time. Such is the level of herd conformity among them that when they discover the mere existence of people who are hard-wired to tell them what said people really think, it scares them. I think that in her earlier, more autistic pride incarnation, Temple Grandin scared the normies so fukking much that they went to work on her, hard, to try and bend her into something they could be more comfortable with.
What we are seeing today, in which Temple apparently tells us that those considered to be low-functioning can be thrown to the mercy of the normie brigade, reflects a strategy employed many times in ages past. Turn one part of the enemy against the rest of the enemy, and when that one part is no longer useful, do away with them. The Nazis used this strategy to horrifying effect, as did the Khmer Rouge, the various factions in Rwanda and Yugoslavia, and why the hell do I keep having to write out this list?
Autism Speaks For Normie Assholes is not a stupid group. If they were a stupid group, they would not be so dangerous. No. Someone out there has gotten Temple Grandin aside and whispered in her ear. How they have whispered is not an easy question to answer, but you better believe they have done it, and in this case “they” means someone from Autism Speaks For Normie Assholes.
Truth be told, for years post-diagnosis I was hardly what you would call a friend of those deemed to be low functioning. I felt for a long time that they had monopolised the public conception of autism and thus kept persons like myself who were “high functioning” but needed help in the dark where we could be abused at mercy. It is also easy to mistake them for being on-board with normie assholes describing our neurology as if it is a separate entity to us, as oppose to something that has shaped our experiences of life from day one.
No, the real problem is not the low-functioning, or those described as such. To say it is would be unfair not only to those deemed low functioning, it would be unfair to us. Because if they are done away with and assigned to be something to exterminate like rabbits, the same things will happen to those of us deemed to be high-functioning.
It does please me that there is a distinction between the two, and that those who have any business deeming themselves to be professionals are aware of it. If this distinction were not there, autistic adults who do not flail about as if they are trying to act out muscular spasms would still live their lives with no knowledge of what they are or means to acquire it. And it seems that without textbook acknowledgement, mainstream society is completely incapable of even recognising that something exists.
But without understanding, however minimal, hate or anger cannot be justified. The reason I do not hate “low functioning” autistic adults is similar to the reason I do not hate black people in English-speaking countries (at least not as a whole or individually on the basis of their being black) or indeed anyone who has not done me wrong, but are being done wrong on the basis of things they are not able to help. We share a common experience. The parameters may differ, and the details even more so, but the nature of the experience is very alike. We have been told we are not good enough to fully participate in their world, and they exclude us from it on that basis, but not without trying to penalise us for not participating fully.
I get angry easily. I hate people for what they might do to or in front of me, and never stop even long after they die. But when I say that Temple Grandin and her obvious chin-wag with Autism Speaks For Normie Assholes disappoints me, I want to be properly understood. As a drill sergeant might say, Temple, when you hurt one of us, you hurt all of us. And just so the people who might feel bolstered into telling others that those of us opposed to having our brain ripped out and replaced with one more to the normies liking can get it, here is what an autistic woman who has been told she is low-functioning (and appears very much so to my eye) has to say about similar matters:
The clock is ticking on people like you and the people who put you up to this, Temple. And I will be one of the people you will meet when the detonator is activated.