Saturday, January 30, 2016

Assistance Package 161m

This is a continuation of the previous entry concerning the one hundred and sixty-first entry that continued the lies and errors;

#It takes one to know one, idiot! You can tell that to the four girls that I've fucked.
There is no proof that Oliver is not a virgin.

#I'm straight and I have indeed. You're the one who's gay.
Again - reverse insults are childish and revealing.

#Um, thanks, but who are you?
Oliver at this point did not see that he was being made fun of.

#Very funny, idiot.
This proves that Oliver doesn't have a sense of humor.

#"Aquatris" does not exist.
Actually it does. It's a game. Aquatris dot com.

#Supporter, are you sure about that? I don't want to shut down my blog for no reason.
Oliver fell for another joke here in another social error.

#I'm sorry sir, but I don't think that's proof. My blog is still here.
That's not proof.

#Again, please show me proof.
Whenever proof is shown Oliver ignores it.

#1. This blog is going nowhere, dude. Thanks for showing who you really are.
There's no way Oliver can tell if the blog is safe or not.

#2. Believe me, I know that, and I recognize that. That still doesn't change the fact that autism is a disease.
These two sentences contradict each other.

#1. Disorder, disease, same difference. The point is that it's a bad thing.
A disease and a disorder are two totally different things. Autism is not a bad thing.

#2. I started this blog years ago when my life was a lot worse than it is now.
That is entirely false. There is no proof of any improvement.

#I am aware every day that I have it better than the vast majority of the world.
And yet you still complain that autism is the worst disease ever like cancer and AIDS.

#That still doesn't change the fact that I want a cure for autism, if not for myself then for the people who need it more.
You aren't getting it, Oliver.

#1. It is a disease, and it does need a cure.
It's not a disease.

#2. I am highly intelligent, and I do want a cure.
Oliver, do not claim you are highly intelligent until you show it.

#So do the vast majority of autistic people, most of whom cannot speak.
The majority of autistic people can communicate and don't want a cure.

#3. A cure for autism is indeed on the agenda of the World Health Organization.
There is no proof of this outrageous claim.

#Autism Awareness Day is celebrated every year on April 2 for this cause.
No it's not. It's celebrated for understanding.

#You're the one who's being laughed at, dude.
No, Oliver, Judge X is already right.

#Prove it.
As the anonymous person who answered this said, 90 percent of the comments are from people laughing at him.

#I still see no evidence of laughter.
Correction. Oliver doesn't want to know about the people who are mocking him, so he ignores it for convenience.

#I can and I will. One way I will win is by defeating neurodiversity.
That's impossible.

#Please tell me which innocent people will die.
All human beings.

#We both know what the real definition of neurodiversity is so please don't pull that "human race" bullshit.
You don't know the real definition, Oliver. You prefer your own warped rendition.

#They won't be killed as long as they respect my right as well as the right of other autistic people to seek a cure for themselves.
If a cure was found it would be forced by society.

#No. That's not the purpose of this amendment.
Yes it is.

#People always have the right to refuse medical treatment for themselves, even if it is stupid.
And people have been killed for making that decision.

#Neurodiversity goes over the line in that they seek to ban a cure for autism for everyone, even those who want it. That is intolerable.
No it's not it's the right thing to do.

#As far as I know, there is no one other than me who actually supports the death penalty for members of neurodiversity.
This is actually true, but it's also a major social error that he won't recognize.

#Also, simply refusing a cure for oneself is not the same as opposing it for everyone.
Yes it is because everyone who is refusing the cure knows that no one can have it as it is impossible.

#Neurodiversity would be carefully defined in statues passed by Congress after the amendment to make sure that it cannot be abused.
And the correct definition will cause widespread death.

#Also, I take great offense that you say that parents, carers, and members of society are scared of autism. That is not true.
It is true. It's why Autism Speaks has thrived. They rely on fear and have scored much money as a result.

#The people who want to cure autism do so out of love, not hate.
This is an oxymoron.

#They have seen first hand how autism has destroyed their child's life, and they want nothing but what is best for their child.
And a cure is not what's best. What's best is full scale support.

#I disagree that the widespread availability of a cure (should one become available) would cause one to be mandated, although it wouldn't necessarily be a bad thing if it was.
It would be a bad thing. It would be a catastrophic thing in fact.

#Neurodiversity also strangely opposes assisted suicide for the same reason.
This is an inaccurate blanket statement.

#If anyone engages in fear mongering, it is neurodiversity.
This is demonstrably false.

#They try to generate fear that is not based on any real evidence at all, just hyperbole.
No, it is based in societal fact that they are very well versed in the logic of.

#They have shown no evidence that a cure would be a bad thing, or that it would be mandated if one was found.
The evidence lies in the fear.

#They seem to have this "we say it's true, so it's true" mentality.
This is a personal opinion expressed by Oliver that has no basis in fact.

#They also have failed to show any real evidence that assisted suicide will be abused for people with disabilities.
It uis not possible to abuse assisted suicide. To do so is not assisted suicide. It's murder.

#If anything, they should be in favor of that, as it should always be one's choice to live or die.
Autism is not a reason to die so that argument does not work.

#Also, even if a cure was mandated (which it is extremely unlikely to be), that still wouldn't be sufficient cause for the death penalty.
Yes it would.

#Only the direct denial of a cure under the guise of "neurodiversity" would be.
This is seeking to penalize an opinion, a social error of monstrous levels.

#It isn't fear. I can say that myself. I am not scared of autism, I simply want a better life for myself, with or without a cure.
This can be shown to be a lie, as Oliver has made no conscious effort to improve himself. He is scared of autism. He keeps blaming it for his problems.

#A cure does not exist, but if it did I would take it in a heartbeat.
And cause others to have to take it as well.

#My life would be a lot better.
No it would not change.

#Of course there is nothing positive about autism because it is a disease. There is nothing positive about cancer or AIDS or Lou Gehrig's disease either.
Autism is not a disease.

#The autistic people who have done well in life have done so despite their autism, not because of it.
In most instances it has been because of it.

#The love of course is for the person, not the autism. To allow a child to continue to live with autism if a cure was available would be child abuse in my opinion.
A cure won't be available so this is a moot point. A child should be loved no matter what.

#You are right that autism is very expensive for taxpayers, and that that is an incentive to find a cure
No it's an incentive to increase awareness and get donations going to the right supports.

#(although if Bernie Sanders becomes President, he will tax anything and everything).
That's Republican propaganda that has no basis in fact.

#However, if a cure was easily and readily available (which it is not currently, and likely will not be for a long time), the best the government could do would be to deny disability money to an autistic person who refused a cure, again assuming it was easily and readily available.
It would be easier to use Oliver's amendment to kill them, which is what society would want to happen. Remember, the Tea Party has said "let them die".

#The government would still be powerless to even lock them up, let alone execute them.
Your amendment would do it, Oliver.

#The Down's syndrome abortion problem has nothing to do with a cure or abuse of power.
It has everything to do with the core issue of genetic selection, which comes down to the same thing.

#It has to do with the pro-choice "woman's right to choose" bullshit.
This is irrelevant.

#I am completely pro-life, and I oppose abortion for any reason.
Even if the abortion is to save the mother's life, Oliver? Did you think of that?

#In fact, I believe anyone who receives an abortion should be given the death penalty.
This is hypocritical.

#Abortion is murder and it should be treated as such.
No it's not in many circumstances.

#Murder is not a cure. A cure is meant to give life, not take it away.
And yet you want the lives of others taken away for your petty desires.

#The Constitution is intentionally vague, as are nearly all common law documents.
The Constitution is not a common law document.

#They're meant to be interpreted by the courts.
Only one Court has that power. The Supreme Court of the United States.

#Most constitutional amendments say something like "Congress shall enforce this article via appropriate legislation" or something like that, and that is what would happen here.
And if the people demand a certain interpretation, Congress would be forced to take that by the Supreme Court.

#People would not be executed simply for refusing a cure.
Yes they would because that is what the amendment is designed to do.

#Neurodiversity goes beyond that. I also don't think that the number of autistic people consciously refusing a cure would be in the thousands either.
Yes it would. In North America alone it would be in the tens of thousands.

#Those would not be executed, but I still think they are far from innocent.
Yes they would be executed.

#The ones who callously deny a cure to those who want, need, and deserve a cure are absolutely not innocent, and are in essence denying autistic people their lives.
No they aren't. They are supporting a way of life that Oliver opposes and has no right to oppose.

#That is why it warrants the death penalty.
It doesn't warrant the death penalty at all.

This assistance shall continue.

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