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I don't think so. There have been cycles of mob insanity throughout history. Those who brought communism to Russia and China and Cuba did not have autism. This is human nature. It might be that autism amplifies some of the worst traits of human nature, but I don't think it can explain what we are seeing. It might make things worse though. But your ideas are always creative and worth considering.

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....... thank you. I found this very interesting and thought provoking and, is a viable theory........ would be interesting to see research on the correlation between how many vaccines, which ones, etc., that the different categories of sensitive vs. non-sensitive, Democrat vs. Republican,.......and so on. I think that RFK Jr. is very interested in vaccine injury, of any kind, and has stated many times that he wants further studies and research on this subject. He has spoken about the correlation of his spasmodic dysphonia and vaccines that he has taken. It is also interesting to think about the correlation between many of our hyper or hypo sensitivities such as auditory, visual, gustatory and olfactory ....... are all directed by the Vagus Nerve .........

You might want to investigate the Polyvagal Theory by Dr. Stephen Porges and how it correlates to autism, social interaction, etc. and how it is involved in regulating our bodily states.

I wouldn't be surprised at anything at this point.......... for I see that "the emperor has no clothes".

Blessings and Gratitude for the work you are doing and the sharing of it with us .......

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You're bang on the target.

I think of The Time Machine and the tranced up Eloi lining up at the toll of the less evolved heading to the slaughter.

I listened to this 2005 presentation by Dr Ayoub and all I heard was the cause of my friends on going epileptic seizures along with the very obvious other points on Autism

The Covenant also comes to mind whatever that is - could be all part of the operation for all we know

Anyone you know still considering other 'vaccines' ? 

These two presentations by Dr Ayoub MD are from 2005 and 2008

Even though he says in the second one that familiar tag line - he wants safe vaccines,  and he's not antivax,  I persevered. 

It was informative.

https://rumble.com/v1f9499-how-the-medical-establishment-is-working-with-globalists-to-facilitate-the-.html

https://archive.org/details/ayoubdavidvaccinesandchildhoodillnessesbeyondthimerosal2008

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May 8·edited May 8

Yes, no, maybe?

I don't think we totally know what autism *is*, and part of that is that autism is more than one thing, with superficially similar symptoms. This would explain why every few years, some magical cure comes along that helps a handful of profoundly autistic kids... and then it gets chucked because it doesn't seem to work for most of the people who try it. I don't think all of those things are snake-oil and con games. I think autism is just a grab-bag diagnosis, so every now and then somebody stumbles accidentally on something that's a causative factor for maybe 1.5% of autistics that's treatable. And then the results can't be replicated in a proper study because it only works for a few people.

Is it the cause of our current political woes?

Eh. I doubt it. I reckon an equal or greater number of people with autistic traits actively resisted the borg assimilation. Self included. Why? When you spend your entire school career getting booted from every possible social group because you can't understand social hierarchies or *do* social signaling... it does tend to make you kind of cynical about anything people want you to do just to "fit in". I mean, past a certain age, we've tried that, failed painfully, and learned to live with the rejection. And now anything that promises us inclusion, normality, acceptance, etc. just feels like another cruel lie... and we're kind of immune to threats of ostracism. Been there. Done that. Did not want the T-shirt. Oh, boo hoo, I'll have to eat my lunch all by myself. I'm so scared. Yeah, no, you can't threaten me with that anymore. I'm allergic to social pressure.

But what all that means is that, presented with a decision such as "get the shot" or "don't"-- I do not consult social feelings. I look for data, patterns, and metaphorically similar decision trees. We really, really like patterns. And the thing is, the medical industry has a pattern of tweaking studies to get drugs onto the market, pretending for as long as possible that they don't know about negative effects, and then when overwhelming evidence comes in and people start to sue, they yoink it from the market. The safe decision tree for taking pharmaceuticals is: wait till it's been on the market ten years. Then you know what it'll do to you. That's a very autistic way of looking at it: not, what are all my friends doing, or what are celebrities doing, or what are TV commercials urging me to do, or what is my doctor telling me...

This is exactly the same decision tree I use for buying cars. I always buy a car that is at least ten years old, because I don't care what it looks like, or what people will think of me for driving it, or what it signals to other people about me wrt status. I care that it's a good reliable car, and that the glitches (there's always something) are known and acceptable.

For things like climate change... yeah probably some autistics glom onto that sort of thing (it produces a lot of beautiful graphs and charts after all). But I seriously doubt they have any real influence. We have the charisma of slime molds, you know (slime molds, like worms, are noble, fascinating, and useful creatures). We come up with great ideas all the time... and then everybody shrugs, goes "meh" and walks away until somebody more charming says the exact same thing and then everybody's like "OMG he's right, we should totally do that!" And now you're not dealing with autistic people. That's social-influence-wielding normies magnetizing social-influence-susceptible normies, and at that point it's nothing to do with us.

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To be fair the right also want to control speech (i.e. they scream free speech but want to ban anything critical of their shibboleths partic. Israel (that's really why they want to ban tiktok according to credible people like TLAV - too much Israel criticism)). (obviously - overgeneralisation)

I agree the definition of autism is insufficient as those are just the symptoms of being a useless vax injured freak, not being that in itself.

I'm not so convinced medicine selects for autistic retards. The sciences and academia, yes, and techy stuff, but medicine requires at least a degree of social competence unlike computer programming, etc. You have to e.g. do eye contact to reassure the patient, etc, which is failed at by retards. You also have to be a very good social manipulator. So I tend to think normal people, primarily, created us.

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There is a selection in medicine for manic depressives. In a competitive situation they outcompete normal (or lazy, my excuse for efficiency!) students in the early 20 year old undergrad selection environment.

Bipolar breaks generally manifest in the 20's, and accepted students are protected for various reasons. Many medical classes lose students to suicide (ours didn't) but the class before did.

There's also a bit of a selection for sociopathic traits- my school buddy certainly was, and fulfilled the suicide criterion some years later. The sociopath is an expert at convincing people; when I see someone who utterly polarises people into considering him a saviour or a devil my sociopath alarm begins to ring. This applies to many politicians, certainly Donald Trump affects people this way. Bill Clinton is very charming but anathema to many.

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"So perhaps the patterns of vaccine injury have changed over time"

IMO it's that the Global Predators go far too far in one direction and people vote against that side of the UniParty (not for the other lot, but a hate-vote against). For a while, the other side of the UniParty reverses the most egregious policies and things seem like they're getting better, until they get towards the opposite extreme. Rinse repeat. It gives the appearance that voting creates change.

In part, I think they have wrecked Liberalism as a passive-aggressive policy to punish the public for wanting more than a few crumbs from their table. Don't like racism? Have some DEI. Don't like sexism? Have LGBTQA++++ Don't like smugly superior teachers? Have Common Core & trophies for all for everything. Feel bad for asylum-seekers whose countries have been destroyed by Deep State wars? We'll let them ALL in and treat them better than you until you hate them (if you can't see the Globalists game behind it).

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People are no good at staying in the middle. They swing the pendulum too far one, way, then too far back the other. Perhaps in time it may stop in the middle...but it doesn't look like that's going to happen any time soon, does it?!

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Alas, I reckon you're right, Robyn :)

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Apr 29Liked by Toby Rogers

We have an acquaintance who is trans. Age 73. There were few kiddie vaxxes then. He appears to be autistic.

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I had a friend who became trans because he was trying to escape post-war PTSD. Joseph went to 'Nam, but Josephine didn't. When I pointed that out to him, he cancelled the operation and re-embraced his inner veteran (still fracked up, but less confused & confusing). Not saying everyone who's Trans has big trauma lurking in their past, just that everyone I've met who is Trans does.

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Apr 29Liked by Toby Rogers

Diethylstilbestetol. Given as a vitamin shot 1948 to 1973 to over 5 million women in the usa alone. Created by an op paperclip dr. It caused gender confusion in the mice. The pregnant women were told it would prevent miscarriage. EVIL PLANNED LONG AGO

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Go to my Spotify and scroll through the episodes to find something you like. I will make a new episode on the dis-education system shortly. Thanks.

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Apr 28Liked by Toby Rogers

I just had a similar conversation with my partner recently. So I find it fascinating that you are also exploring this line of thought & chose to write about it. This is something I have been pondering for some time now.

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Apr 28Liked by Toby Rogers

Interesting theory. Sorry my response is a little long winded. Autistic brain lol.

Firmly believe that vax are destroying brains. I've wondered with trans about the aborted fetal tissue contained in vax causing this. Male DNA going into females, nice versa... Never would have applied this to politics per se but it makes some sense I suppose.

Re; the autism piece I have first hand experience of this vax injury spectrum. I have 2 daughters..one of each type as you describe. Neither ride the progressive train though. Homeschooling for the win.

My oldest, 21, is vaccine injured, autistic, EXTREMELY ADD. Learning disabilities to the max. She autistic but you have to spend some time with her before you'd know it.

My other, 18, skirts the line between autism and obsessive compulsive personality disorder. She has killer anxiety, likes thing a certain way, and ppl chewing sends her over the edge but no real social deficits, more mentally flexible than her sister. Gets iniendo, reads between the lines etc. Really, she is the most neurotypical among all of us. Shes crazy smart. She's also the least vaccinated. I thank God every day that we woke up!

Neither is on this progressive train though. We homeschooled both from 7th/4th ,grade onward which saved them I think. The timing was nothing short of divine. It kept them from being indoctrinated.

I think though that the part of your equation that's missing is happening before higher education. The primary schools are a HUGE part of this problem and represent when Americans stopped thinking for themselves. Common core has set the stage for this by standardizing everything. thinking and analyzing are bad... We pulled our kids because my oldest who couldn't multiply in 7th grade was going to be forced to take trig to graduate (I was told it would be considered a "success" if she got a D) and my kid who could do 7+4=11 in her head at 3 was being penalized (grades) for not grasping block model math or being able to "show her work". Ridiculous. It was the most asinine, dichotomous thing I've ever dealt with in my life. This is a breeding ground for black and white group think. Vaccine injury is icing on the cake that allows it to flourish.

There is hope. More and more parents are homeschooling for academic, social and political (vaccine mandates for one). I'm finding there are more of us out there than I think there are.

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I wonder how the Left's endless attempts to provoke President Putin to justify WW3 fits into this injection injury scenario? Such a situation of injection injury dictating ideology was likely not part of the globalists' plan. Thus, as injuries morph & intensify, much of recent ideological & attitude shifts now cannot be predicted.

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Progressivism is a rebranded form of Communism for an American audience. President Woodrow Wilson was the main figurehead in the movement to collectivize America covertly. Autism is inflammation of the brain causing brain damage. People who are Progessoves have been lied to and have brain damage to not break free of ideological possession. You have to be crazy to want communism.

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Agree. As a parent of two young adults/-one vax injured, one significantly less vax injured but still has major anxiety and mental health but not autism issues I have a theory that the switch to common core education plays into this also. You can read my comment for more detail but long story short we pulled our kids to homeschool when they were in the 7th and 4th grade. One has mega learning disabilities the other is brilliant doing math mentally since 3. Both stuck in an inflexible system. One being pushed through (social promotion--you HAVE to take calcium to graduate and if you get D we will call it a success... the other (brilliant one) failing because she can't "show" how she got her answers or do some stupid visual block model math that makes no sense to her. When you can do 7+4=11 in your head at 3 who freaking cares how you got there. The message is there is only one right way to get the answers. One path to truth. No thinking or analysis needed. I Think this just creates young people who don't think. Don't analyze. Don't discuss. We can't have Socratic dialogue because someone is bound to be offended you know. Don't get me wrong. Standards are needed in education but common corr standardized too much. Teachers have no freedom anymore. Its communist style education

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The standard should be the ability to read, write and do arithmetic. Everything else is a waste of time. The founders of America taught the Trivium. That was teaching how to learn, so one can keep learning forever. I have talked about this in my podcast, I should do one on the dumbing down of America through government schooling.

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Podcast link for eoisode(s) on that?

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Apr 27·edited Apr 27Liked by Toby Rogers

On Rumble someone replied to a comment I wrote about psychopaths. Here's the reply: "I think that there are now more than 2 percent..because of the childhood Vax schedule...all of them will damage you in some way...particularly your brain..turning us into a nation of psychopaths."

That reply caused me to recall this article and realized how psychopathy has similarities with autism. Since psychopaths lack empathy, remorse, and a conscience, it could be a particular form of autism which you (Toby) describe as a neurological problem that either magnifies or shrinks a person's senses. Since empathy and remorse are feelings, they are quite similar to the 5 physical senses that autism is commonly associated with. Does autism also effect our emotional feelings? If it does, then there's a link between autism and psychopathy and therefore vaccines!!!

Here's an article entitled: "In 1917 Rudolf Steiner foresaw a vaccine that would ‘drive all inclination toward spirituality out of people’s souls’". It's creepy how right on Steiner can be.

https://nexusnewsfeed.com/article/spiritual-psychic/in-1917-rudolf-steiner-foresaw-a-vaccine-that-would-drive-all-inclination-toward-spirituality-out-of-people-s-souls/

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You should read the book vaccines: a forgotten history. Very enlightening. I was enlightening before I read that but it just solidifies what I already knew

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To the man holding a hammer, everything looks like a nail. While autism alone cannot explain the full gamut of machiavellian evil in America's ruling class, it may explain why the voters keep asking for more.

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To a group trying to destroy society, everything is an opportunity for destruction. They have signed onto a suicide cult, you get killed and they get a promotion.

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