A Lesson in Irony

Dear Internet,
Have you ever had a moment where you feel like you tripped and fell into an alternate dimension? That’s how I felt today.  The crazy bleach givers lost their minds after finding out that someone (else) was writing a blog about them. They were baffled that “trolls” would stop at nothing to derail their “healing”. They posted pictures of anti CD activists and warned the hive that there were spies afoot.

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My favorite in this batch is the last one,  where they call people trying to put an end to the force feeding of bleach to autistic people, evil. You guys are bleaching your special needs children,  but we are the evil ones?  That’s rich. 

One of them left a comment about how well her child was doing on the protocol and then stated that none of “trolls” would post her comment because it doesn’t suit our “agenda”. Well,  my dear,  challenge accepted.

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The “neurodiverse” crowd she is referring to are people on the autism spectrum that are proud to be autistic.  Many of us didn’t get diagnosed until later in life and some of us are self diagnosed after learning about ASD from our children.  We are not sick and we don’t need healing.  Most of us learned to embrace our differences because they are a part of us.  This post doesn’t shed light on the positives of CD. It sheds light on the ignorance.  She goes as far as saying that those who are not bleaching their children are the ones guilty of abuse.  Ironic, isn’t it?

All of this “troll hunting” that took place in the CD Autism group today did make one thing clear – these people have a deep,  visceral hatred of autism.  It makes me sad to think about how that hate must ooze into everything they do.  Take a look at this,  Internet:

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“There will always be hundreds of thousands of people trying their best to eradicate autism off the face of the Earth… Because it’s one of the worst affiliations of all time to be brought upon our children.  Worse than any disease.  A soul stealer. ”

Wow. That’s some ugly stuff right there.  I have a young child on the spectrum and am likely on the spectrum myself.  On behalf of autistic people everywhere,  I would like to tell you that we are not soulless,  nor are we diseased.  Your little rant here is oddly reminiscent of the ideas that led to the Holocaust.  Congratulations,  bleach people, you rank right up there with the Nazis.

Until next time,
#nomorebleach

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4 thoughts on “A Lesson in Irony

  1. Stivvanos January 1, 2015 / 4:57 am

    You are doing a great job and I am proud to know you and work with you!
    Nothing like putting the truth out in plain sight, let the world judge.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. xandrablackprime January 2, 2015 / 6:14 am

    and the eugenicists speak, but we will continue fighting them…
    we will stand for their children & our own & our friends in the autism community…
    we will raise awareness of this poisoning & child abuse….
    we will not be silenced by their ridiculous name-calling…
    trolls, lol… they do not understand the word, they do not understand much it seems…

    Liked by 1 person

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