Wednesday, 8 August 2012

What really causes autism

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/feedarticle/10379513


  • Bad degenerate genes
  • Bad mothering
  • Bad parenting
  • No discipline
  • Fatherlessness
  • Bad reproductive choices of SLUTS
  • Liberalism
  • Feminism
  • a Culture of Excuses caused by the tolerance of Slut Single Mums
  • a belief in experts who tell you it's not your fault
Autism - Doesn't that just mean being socially inadequate, being unable to control your emotions or  see things from anyone else's point of view?  I guess we all suffer from that to some extent.  You are either a disgrace to your parents or badly parented.

No ifs, no buts, no more excuses.

Look to the mother.

Praise good mothers and stigmatise bad ones, especially the ones who are SSMs or whose daughters are SSMs.

Enough is enough.  

2 comments:

Adolfo said...

The answer is vaccines: http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index1288.htm

[… Thiomersal is an organomercury compound (approximately 49% mercury by weight) that is used as an antiseptic and antifungal agent in vaccines and was first used in 1931. It is blamed for millions of deaths since that time the World over, and, even worse, this deadly mercury poisoned vaccine additive is said to be the cause of the devastating child mental illness called Autism, and though denied by Western governments and pharmaceutical companies, first appeared in the West in the 1930’s after the push to give children vaccines with the Thiomersal additive in the Western Nations.

Interesting to note too is that in the United States, where Thimerosal laden vaccines have long been mandated for children, two groups who have long-claimed religious “exemptions” to the vaccinating of their children, The Nation of Islam in Chicago and the Amish religious sect, have a curious (coincidental) linkage….thousands of their children have NEVER been vaccinated and neither group has ever recorded a single case of Autism…]

Anonymous said...

I was also going to mention vaccines, but Adolfo said it better than I ever could.