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1 in 36 Children now have Autism

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posted on Mar, 24 2023 @ 06:18 PM
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a reply to: DontTreadOnMe

Where I grew up the special needs classes were in both Jr. High and High School. They put all the special needs students together in a special classroom for the whole day. The ones that they could not deal with went to the "Training Schools" which are long ago gone now.



posted on Mar, 24 2023 @ 06:22 PM
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originally posted by: wtbengineer

Yes, I remember that. I'm 64 now and I know that they had all the kids that were 'different' in a separate class. I never had contact with any of them so I don't remember anything but 'normal' kids when I was in school in the '60s. I don't remember ever hearing the term autism back then. Now I have a 13-year-old, I know, I was in my 50s when he was born, who was diagnosed with autism. He's high functioning and has always done well in school and had friends. He is overweight though, and doesn't choose what he eats so well. I also have a 9-year-old who is not at all overweight, very athletic and fit. He's a 'normal' kid. The only glaring difference between them is that the 13-year-old is the most rude and nasty person I've ever met. I love him, but he ain't right.


There is a difference between Mom's ruling and Dad's. Mom is the day-to-day badgering of just life in general. Do your homework, do you chores, go to bed, brush your teeth, clean up your room, why are your grades not A+ (Asian mom). Mom also spends more time involved with oversite typically.

Dad doesn't say much on a day-to-day bases, but the kids know he is the BIG BAM! hammer if needed. He is the reason the kids do not talk back to Mom, he is the reason they understand what rights and privileges are and ALL privileges can come and go at his whim. I provide a great life to my kids but one look from me and they know they done F'ed up and there really isn't room for something like "most rude and nasty person I've ever met" in any of theirs or my life. I have told my kids that in the end if you want to challenge dad you will end up with nothing and dad still has everything so there is nothing to win there and everything to lose.


edit on 24-3-2023 by Xtrozero because: (no reason given)



posted on Mar, 24 2023 @ 06:28 PM
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originally posted by: Blaine91555

Where I grew up the special needs classes were in both Jr. High and High School. They put all the special needs students together in a special classroom for the whole day. The ones that they could not deal with went to the "Training Schools" which are long ago gone now.


The problem is this evolved into no child left behind act that was never funded. This ended into one teacher with 35 kids in their class to include special needs kids that should have extra staff in the classroom just for them, but no funds provided, so it is one teacher against them all. Now someone tell me that was better...

I heard stories of like a kid that would just fit in the back of the room and masturbate all day with his hands in his pockets... No control for the teacher to do anything about it.



posted on Mar, 24 2023 @ 06:32 PM
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a reply to: Xtrozero

The curriculum IMO doesn't really fit modern society either. Do the skills children learn at school really prepare them for the new digital age in which we live?

Why don't we have parenting classes for teens, or things that the can actually engage with and work together at? I don't believe any child really wants the incessant and rigid indoctrination our systems enforce upon them, which have very little practical benefit.

If school was fun then kids would engage more. Instead you have them dressed in uniform and treated like just another number.


edit on 24/3/23 by Grenade because: (no reason given)



posted on Mar, 24 2023 @ 06:42 PM
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Find an unvaccinated kid with autism. I'll wait.



posted on Mar, 24 2023 @ 06:50 PM
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a reply to: v1rtu0s0

Find an unvaccinated child, period.



posted on Mar, 24 2023 @ 06:50 PM
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originally posted by: Grenade

If school was fun then kids would engage more. Instead you have them dressed in uniform and treated like just another number.



I think in every grade there should be a critical thinking class right up there with reading, math and writing. With our kids we had them do workbooks throughout the summer to keep them engaged. They were either critical thinking puzzles or next year's level work along with many other expansions on what we would see as a typical curriculum. Lots of BS wasted time in school.



posted on Mar, 24 2023 @ 06:52 PM
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a reply to: Xtrozero

Indeed, more groups, clubs and activities such as sports would help build social structure as well. Humanity can't be learned from a textbook.



posted on Mar, 24 2023 @ 06:57 PM
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a reply to: v1rtu0s0

Yeah, it is the childhood vaccines, given too early before immune system maturity, and too many at one time, repeatedly on a 'schedule'. I have not done a study myself, but I have WAAAAAYYY too much anecdotal evidence to just ignore.

And yes, I am a physician, with first hand experience.

*drops the microphone*
edit on 24-3-2023 by Fowlerstoad because: boom



posted on Mar, 24 2023 @ 06:59 PM
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Curious is it a legit rise in autism or is it like once adhd became an official thing and any kid that didnt fit neatly into the box they were supposed to suddenly had to have a diagnosis rather than they just march to the beat of their own drum.

I dount doubt that the numbers rise and fall, but it seems like we are turning into a society where everyone either has to be in lockstep or medicated.



posted on Mar, 24 2023 @ 07:35 PM
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originally posted by: Fowlerstoad
a reply to: v1rtu0s0

Yeah, it is the childhood vaccines, given too early before immune system maturity, and too many at one time, repeatedly on a 'schedule'. I have not done a study myself, but I have WAAAAAYYY too much anecdotal evidence to just ignore.

And yes, I am a physician, with first hand experience.

*drops the microphone*



Exactly. The peer review process is broken anyway, hijacked by big pharma just like they captured the CDC and FDA and the media. It takes common sense and detective work to weed out the truth. They don't find what they're not looking for, but the evidence is clear to me. Autism going from 1 in 10,000 in the 70s to 1 in 36, and they're gonna pretend like it's always existed at that level. Speak with older people and they'll say it was unheard of in their time.



posted on Mar, 24 2023 @ 07:37 PM
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Correlation isn't causation but the lack of curiosity about strong correlation is corruption. It's evil.



posted on Mar, 24 2023 @ 07:55 PM
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originally posted by: v1rtu0s0
Speak with older people and they'll say it was unheard of in their time.



Talk to older people and everyone over 50 died of old age... hmmm



posted on Mar, 24 2023 @ 08:08 PM
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originally posted by: JAGStorm
www.forbes.com...




The new report shows an increase in prevalence with 1 in 36 children or over 2.7% of 8-year-old children diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder in 2020, and for the first time reveals higher prevalence rates among Black non-Hispanic (BNH), Hispanic, and Asian or Pacific Islander (A/PI) children compared to White non-Hispanic (WNH) children.


They want to blame this on EVERYTHING except medication or poisons in our environment or the products they call food!
They are even saying if a woman has a fever during pregnancy autism can result..............UM NO>> do they not think women throughout history had, fevers and other issues during pregnancy.

The other thing they are saying is that there is more screening. Sure that might be some of it but anyone that is old enough know people are more sick than ever..

Anyone over 40 do you remember

How many kids were obese in your school? We had 1 truly obese girl in our entire elementary, and I'm convinced she had an underlying medical issue now, so if my hunch is right that would be zero.

How many kids were allergic to food? We had one child allergic to peanuts, that's it.

How many kids had asthma or severe allergies? We had a few asthmastics in an entire grade.

How many kids had severe learning disabilities? Maybe one in an entire grade.

How many kids that had mental illness? We did have some, but not every other person like today.

Yes some of these things weren't tested, but we were with this kids A LOT more than kids spend time together these days and it was rare to see any of these things. Ask any old person about seasonal allergies...





corn syrup does it ( something to check into with women that want to get pregnant and have children ) also, do NOT over give your child fever meds like childrens Bayer orange flavor aspirins . Don't believe me, I don't give a sh$$.



posted on Mar, 24 2023 @ 08:11 PM
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originally posted by: Xtrozero

originally posted by: v1rtu0s0
Speak with older people and they'll say it was unheard of in their time.



Talk to older people and everyone over 50 died of old age... hmmm



According to all these died suddenly stories, when 50 year olds die it was because they were old, you are correct.



posted on Mar, 24 2023 @ 08:40 PM
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originally posted by: v1rtu0s0


According to all these died suddenly stories, when 50 year olds die it was because they were old, you are correct.


Not die because they were old, died of old age...think about it for a minute.



posted on Mar, 24 2023 @ 10:16 PM
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originally posted by: anonentity
a reply to: CriticalStinker

Living longer and sicker seems to be the general trend. You can shear a sheep many times but only eat it once.



Except there are seventy something’s who are more yoked than me.

There still remains choice in the matter, to be as healthy as possible. Hard to do when we have unlimited choices for caloric intake, most of which is unnatural.



posted on Mar, 24 2023 @ 10:32 PM
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CHD write up:

childrenshealthdefense.org...



“The unwillingness of the CDC to even ask why these numbers are increasing is a massive ‘poker tell’ that they know but are prohibited from talking about it.

“Two high-quality, multi-million dollar studies in California (Byrd et al., 2002; Hertz-Picciotto and Delwiche, 2009) both concluded that better awareness, changes in diagnostic criteria and earlier age of diagnosis only explain a small fraction of the rise in autism.

“The authors of these studies urged public health officials to place greater emphasis on researching the toxicants that might be driving the increase in autism prevalence. [For a longer discussion of these studies please see Rogers, 2019.] The fact that the CDC is still refusing to properly investigate autism causation is outrageous.”




“Autism is not a scientific mystery. The autism epidemic is largely the result of bad laws, regulatory capture, and the CDC childhood vaccine schedule.”



The CDC is a vaccine company and makes most of its money from selling vaccines. Conflict of interest much?



posted on Mar, 24 2023 @ 10:51 PM
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That's because improvement in hygiene, not vaccines.


This just came to me.

Your premise is that we reshape how we see the past and attribute the rise in health to hygiene over vaccine. I have to admit, it’s a fair premise.

Something as simple as ritualistic washing of the hands can alter outcomes. Just look at doctors. They wash hands in between patients, and while they’re exposed, they don’t get sick as much as their family members (strong immune systems though because of profession).

Do a search on where polio exists now. Much of which are Muslim countries. There’s an adverse opinion towards western medicine, but they do hand washing before prayer and meals.

Let’s remember too that the crux of your argument is the vaccine didn’t end the pandemics. Yet over a hundred years later it exists, just not in developed countries.

I’m agnostic, but was raised Christian. One thing I remember though is proclaimed teachers are judged more heavily for their sins. That seems fair. When we look for Justice for financial advisors, doctors, or agents of faith, we expect more of them.

Bro, I agree with a lot of criticism towards big farms or aspects of COVID. But think about what the cause of going around and speaking in absolutes is. You’re a false prophet unless you have a medical degree IMO.

Going around and declaring things as a matter of fact.

Like those cats who read conspiracy stuff and flaunt about cures of cancer when they find out someone in their extended group has it.

You can have opinions about things you’re not a specialist in, but make sure to present them as opinions bro. Or else you look like a douche.



posted on Mar, 24 2023 @ 11:25 PM
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Id say its a combination of many of the things you guys have brought up, and more. Vaccines, roundup, sugar, ultra processed food, Floride, strong 5G and others, aluminum, barium, micro plastics, Hormones in the water, prescription drugs dispensed to kids, video games, poor upbringing void of discipline, and a society that is becoming more warped by the day. Look at all the chemicals in a box of cereal. Its crazy. My grand kids are here home schooling, with no vaccines, and all organic food. Oranges and apples are their only candy. In fact they were totally vegan for several years. Now they eat some grass fed no hormone beef, some venison, Bison, pasture organic chickens and eggs. No pork. They are very sharp. We do have to battle them about video games a couple times a week and lay down the law.



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