Posted on 03 December 2016.
One of the problems with this line of thinking is that similar ratios have been reported in other developmental disorders. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, dyslexia, intellectual disabilities, and stuttering are among those. The social problems of autism do not exist in these conditions and it would be a lot harder to hide them; a dyslexic either has difficulty reading or doesn’t, a stutterer either talks fluently or doesn’t. Read the full story
Posted in Health, Human Interest, Serious Commentary
Posted on 25 November 2016.
Here, I am quoting some of my tweets from November 14, 2016.
You can probably guess what facets of my identity motivate these tweets.
If you have autism, ‘Society’ owes you nothing! Read the full story
Posted in Health, Human Interest, Serious Commentary
Posted on 25 March 2016.
There is a ‘text’ and a ‘subtext’ so ubiquitous now, I feel it would be very unhelpful to attribute it to any one person. I do not wish to blame any one individual, or any number of individuals; clearly, the problem is a very ‘deep’ and ‘structural’ one, rather than being a question of a few people holding a niche view.
The prevailing notion is:
Neurodiversity is great and should be celebrated; what a dull world it would be, if there were no neurodiversity.
OK. How about these ones: Read the full story
Posted in Human Interest, Opinion/Editorial
Posted on 31 October 2015.
Don’t underestimate notable ‘quiet man’ Iain Duncan Smith.
I mean, he was critical of Blair’s achingly well-meaning intervention in Afghanistan, so the Tories are obviously nicer than New Labour!
The proof is in the pudding, after all. By their fruits you shall know them…
But enough of the trite cliches. I daresay this is not so much about flamboyant rhetoric.
As a compassionate conservative, I simply cannot just sit there, and see the dysgenic community in such evident distress.
And as I have so often heard from our sickly, effete, well-meaning but ineffective and sentimentally bleeding-heart leftie opponents and enemies: ‘The first principle: Do no harm.’ Read the full story
Posted in Human Interest, World News
Posted on 01 August 2013.
A man has made a successful cosmetic surgery claim. after his liposuction procedure went wrong leading to memory loss for the victim.
Following liposuction cosmetic surgery gone wrong which occurred in Majorca, Spain in 2006, the unnamed man was diagnosed with ‘cerebral anoxia’ which caused him to suffer short-term memory problems, disorientation and difficulties with his speech. Read the full story
Posted in Top Stories
Posted on 27 July 2013.
My family and I would like to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the miracle you caused in my cousin, Laura Sutton.
After a most thorough assessment, during which you asked such questions as to whether she could touch various parts of her body and push a button, you gave her a score of zero points, and it is for this my whole family thanks you. Read the full story
Posted in Crooked Cops, Health
Posted on 11 March 2013.
HEAVEN – Speaking off-the-record Friday, the Lord God privately admitted that he did not have a concrete plan for local disabled boy Dwight Bowers, who was born paralyzed from the waist down.
Even though the excitable 6-year-old is routinely assured by his parents Kathryn and Edward that God is watching over him, The Almighty Father indicated that He has given “next-to-no-thought” as to the boy’s future. Read the full story
Posted in Religionism
Posted on 03 September 2012.
Thanks to the Paralympics, disabled people are now being viewed as actual people, according to the worldwide media.
In hopes to change attitudes towards those with disabilities, the IOC, the International Olympic Committee, have decided to hold the Paralympics in London.
The head of the IOC, Count Jacques Rogge, said at a press conference that the Paralympics were being held to show that the disabled can do things that people could. Read the full story
Posted in Sports
Posted on 09 May 2010.
By the fireplace — I have a friend who is an unusual case in point for our present national attitudes. Let us call him ‘Sam’. If I used his real name, and he found out, he would be hurt and angry. Even though it is the truth.
Especially because it is the truth.
Sam is a real flesh and blood person. A VERY real flesh and blood person Read the full story
Posted in Serious Commentary
Posted on 24 October 2009.
A man who claimed disability benefits while regularly going to the gym and appearing as a potential zillionaire investor on the BBC’s Dragon’s Den programme has been jailed for 18 months and ordered to repay £20 million in benefit claims.
Zacharias Scrunt, 46, of Scumford Mansions at Smegmadale-on-Sea, claimed more than £22,000,000 over a nineteen-year period. He told officials he had a bad back condition known as ‘Matressitis’ and he could hardly walk after slipping on the Jobcentre stairs. Read the full story
Posted in Crime
Posted on 05 October 2009.
UK social workers following the latest batch of the EU’s totalitarian Communist Federation regulations being imposed on this once-sceptered isle have banned a young woman from her own wedding in a ridiculous broughaha over whether she is bright enough to get married. Read the full story
Posted in Human Interest