Although I idolise and revere the American science fiction author named Robert Anson Heinlein, he, like all people, was not above his share of flat-out-wrong statements. And his statement that an armed society is a polite society is given lie by the fact that the most heavily-armed First World society in the world, America, is also the most violent one.
On my Fudgebook page recently, I wrote a note as a sort of informal poll. The note states that autistic people need certain things. What it adds up to, in summation, is that autistic people violently or murderously fighting back against abuse from normies needs to be legalised. That is, if an autistic adult like myself shoots a normie in the head after the normie has harassed and annoyed them enough to provoke such a response, it is legally excused on the basis that the normie was simply fukking with the wrong autistic individual.
This has a basis and a precedent. An autistic individual simply cannot go anywhere without some bunch of clowns proposing some severe form of violation of their rights.
Autism Speaks For Normie Assholes and curebies of all stripes have wasted no time in desecrating Avonte Oquendo‘s name in order to propose ridiculous laws requiring all autistic children to wear tracking devices so that their whereabouts can be established 24/7. Essentially, parental units have decided that just because one Avonte Oquendo was murdered by a person with ill intent, all autistic children must now have their movements tracked to such an extent that they will not be able to scratch their arse without trackers knowing about it.
This law presupposes many things that are utopian in nature. In no specific order, they are assuming:
- autistic children all have schools that treat them beautifully
- autistic children are never bullied, lied about, or otherwise mistreated by their peers in school
- autistic children are never bullied, lied about, or otherwise mistreated by staff at school
- autistic children always have their needs met at school
- autistic children have schools that treat them so well that they always want to be at school
Every single one of these utopian assumptions is an outright lie. They were lies when I was a schoolboy, and if the fact that Avonte walked out of his school of his own volition is any guide, they are lies now.
I have two specific teachers that I still want to gut and hang from trees as a result of my experiences with them as a child. One of them, I am pretty sure has died of old age. The other is a man that I have named in this journal previously and made bold statements to the effect that if it would prevent the reproduction of his grandparents and thus his birth, I would go back in time and vote for Adolf Hitler. (Yes, just like in the song.)
Children universally dislike their teachers and their supervisors, but in the case of autistic or disabled children, not only does this dislike reach hate, it does so for a reason. One of my mother’s friends has a daughter who is a few years older than me, and was born with cataracts on her eyes. In those dim days, the only solution for that was to cut out the cataracts and with them, most of the retina. Leaving her legally blind and in need of glasses that make those jokes about wearing cola bottles in order to see painfully unfunny.
I will be quick about this point. This girl used to get people from her school ringing her up over the ‘phone and abusing her. That is the extent of how high the intolerance ran when she was in school. Not satisfied with making her life hell in school itself, they would ring her up at home and abuse her.
Now you come and tell me, face to face, that she and I should have had to wear tracking devices so that people could force us to attend school.
Being autistic was a horrifying experience in the school system of the 1980s, but it seems that Autism Speaks For Normie Assholes is determined to make it every ring of hell for today’s autistic children.
Those films in which you see people engaging in radical forms of self-mutilation in order to relieve themselves of tracking devices? Autistic children have seen enough of them to have already decided they will use any means they feel necessary in order to escape tracking.
Autism Speaks For Normie Assholes (gee, ever wonder why I call them that?) have succeeded in one thing only. That is, making the world seem more horrible and awful than it needs to be for the autistic to live in. Autistic folk do not regard being autistic as a horrible, terrible thing. Autism Speaks For Normie Assholes are trying to make everyone else regard it as a horrible, terrible thing.
It is not a coincidence that when Autism Speaks For Normie Assholes propose we put tracking devices on all of our autistic children, that autistic individuals everywhere regard this as the first step in getting involuntary tracking of all autistic individuals, children or no, passed. And tracking, cataloguing, is the first step in the plan towards genocide. No autistic person ever said that they wanted to see a day when autism is only read about in history books. The woman who is universally seen as the leader and spokesperson for Autism Speaks For Normie Assholes said it.
That is why autistic people everywhere feel that Autism Speaks For Normie Assholes and anyone who supports them not only deserve to be but must be excluded from the conversation about autism.
That is why anyone who says “oh, one autistic child got murdered after running away from a school (that was likely mistreating them), so we must put tracking devices on all autistic children” must be excluded from the conversations about autism, children, and autistic children.
It is time to come back to reality, folks. In reality:
- there is good reason to believe that approximately half of all children in America are abused or neglected
- schools often further the abuse and neglect of children, especially when said children are autistic
- organisations that claim to be about the welfare of autistic children and have multi-million dollar budgets are always lying
- these same organisations promote the exact opposite agenda of what autistic people want
- autistic people are sick to the point of being physically sick, in many documented cases, of all of the above
When people who speak about autism in public are willing to acknowledge all of the above, then perhaps autistic people will stop wishing for them to be excluded from the conversation. Until then, it is my express desire that Autism Speaks For Normie Assholes and anyone who is so much as seen to be supporting their agenda be excluded.
And you have a very unpleasant surprise awaiting you if you think that I am alone in that.