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"Correct as usual, King Friday."  Welcome to the neighborhood of make believe.

By Anne Dachel

It’s all just make believe

When it comes to autism, we all have to pretend.

I say that about every aspect of the disorder. Whatever we see happening right before our eyes, we have to tell ourselves it isn’t real.

A once rare disorder is now so common that just about everyone knows someone or is related to someone with an autistic child. In the face of this, we’re continually told that it’s always been this way.

Autism has always affected one in every 150 children, one in every 92 boys (2007),

…one in every 88 children, one in every 54 boys (2012),

…one in every 59 children, one in every 36 boys (2018),

…one in every 44 children, one in every 27 boys (2021),

…and now one in every 36 children, one in every 22 boys (2023).

(I left out several of the official increases, but you get the idea. Every time the autism rate increased, it was never a real increase. It was always dismissed as “better diagnosing.” I’m confident that the next increase, probably something like one in every 30 kids, will be due to MORE “better diagnosing.”)

Pretending that the numbers are nothing to worry about it only one aspect.

We pretend that the official rate derived from counting eight year olds holds true across the population. There are supposedly just as many autistic 40, 60 and 80 year olds out there.

We pretend that having to train doctors, teachers, EMTs, librarians and just about everyone else dealing with the public doesn’t mean that autism is something new. Yes, autistic people have always been around in droves, we just never noticed. That’s why we now need autism training.

We also pretend that autism is a genetic condition kids are born with, despite the fact that 30 percent of children diagnosed with autism experienced some form of lost skills and regression.

We see autism portrayed as merely a problem of social interaction, a lack of communication skills whenever the media covers the annual celebrations every April. We don’t talk about those with “profound autism” which affects 30 percent of those with autism.

And we tell ourselves that making the world “neurodiverse,” “sensory-friendly” and “autism certified” is all we need to do and the hundreds of thousands of future adults with autism will fit right in.

As we get closer to Christmas, we will be seeing autism in the news. It will make us feel good about providing for the disabled. I’m talking about all the malls across America that will be providing “sensitive Santas” and modified shopping hours so that disabled children can be part of the festivities without being over-stimulated by the noise and lights. For all the good intentions, all this helps to normalize autism as a condition we now just accept.

On Oct 24th a story from Erwin, TN added one more example of accommodating autism.

The title was Erwin Christmas Parade will feature exciting new addition

The new addition to the Christmas parade is the “Sensory Friendly Section.”

This section is designed to provide a comfortable and enjoyable experience for individuals with sensory sensitivities, ensuring that everyone can be a part of the celebration. …

This specific designated viewing area will have subdued lighting and minimized loud noises to create a more comfortable atmosphere for those with sensory sensitivities. Signage will be posted in this area and parade volunteers will be available to interact and support individuals with sensory sensitivities, fostering a welcoming atmosphere.

Parade officials are “excited” and “proud” to make the parade “more inclusive.”

…the Chamber is excited to collaborate with local organizations and advocates for individuals with sensory sensitivities to ensure the success of this initiative.

I’m sure of the sincere motives of the people doing all this. The really troubling aspect of it is how it makes autism in more and more children into something normal.

If it’s your child who is diagnosed next, just accept it. We aren’t interested in why it happens. We only need to provide for those affected. When it comes to autism, we all just pretend.

Anne Dachel is Media Editor for Age of Autism.

Wuhan bioweapons coverThe Wuhan Cover-Up: And the Terrifying Bioweapons Arms Race (Children’s Health Defense) 

“Gain-of-function” experiments are often conducted to deliberately develop highly virulent, easily transmissible pathogens for the stated purpose of developing preemptive vaccines for animal viruses before they jump to humans. More insidious is the “dual use” nature of this research, specifically directed toward bioweapons development. The Wuhan Cover-Up pulls back the curtain on how the US government's increase in biosecurity spending after the 2001 terror attacks set in motion a plan to transform the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), under the direction of Dr. Anthony Fauci, into a de facto Defense Department agency.


Angus Files

Aye Bill, aye, aye, aye, aye,happy now?Over diagnosed well go convince the Authorities Im sure they would appreciate it how they can dum down the numbers more than they do just now.

This young man and his mother would sure like the mis-diagnosis gone.

Scots mum of autistic man ‘locked in’ Carstairs for three years says it’s ‘like a death'
Gordon Hughes, 25, has spent the last six years in the high secure Intellectual Disability Service at the maximum security hospital, with his mum, Ruth, now planning a protest at Holyrood with other families.

Pharma For Prison



If they had not helped white women then the all time swimming record for women could never have been smashed by Lia Catherine Thomas.
Come on man get with the program.


Autism is over diagnosed! Liberal idiots have a new "minority group" to give attention too. These same liberal fools broadened the definition of "minority" so much that affirmative action no longer helped the people it was supposed to help those people were African and native American men. Affirmative action helped white women and immigrants more than the former recipients.
Now autism and "disability" in general is overly broad and it is harming people the medical and legal definition meant the terms help in terms of school and job accommodations, these people were the significantly disabled now everybody is "disabled".


The more we are told that autism has always been there and we just have to accept it as the new normal, the more harm it will do to our children/adults who have been tragically affected by a disorder that was once so rare that you never even heard of it. When I was growing up in the 1950s and 1960s I never knew anyone with the autism diagnosis and no one even knew what it was as it was extremely rare. Better diagnosis is a lie because there was no autism epidemic back then that needed it to be identified. There is also no such thing as a genetic epidemic. Today we have come to the point since the mid 1980s that we are seeing ever increasing numbers of children being diagnosed with what once was a very rare condition. My son was born in 1986 and developed normally with no problems until he was diagnosed at the age of three. I was shocked and devastated as I couldn't believe it happened to my son and our family. The continued denial of the ever increasing numbers will not lead to a discovery of the true cause of this disorder that is a neuroimmune dysfunction that could be corrected if the right researchers such as small pharmaceutical companies and also the NIH and CDC invest money into finding the answer that will lead us to a CURE for this devastating illness/disease process. I am hoping that we will see this happen soon before society and the families collapse under the strain of supporting all the autistic people now and in the years to come. We need this NOW!


Dr. Peter McCullough disrupts the forces in the Land of Make Believe (European Union)

Must see speech:
Peter McCullough and European Parliament 14SEPT23

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