108 Immune, but cautious AF: (media.greatawakening.win) posted 121 days ago by catsfive 121 days ago by catsfive +108 / -0 18 comments download share 18 comments share download save hide report block hide replies
A high IQ and a good memory help too. You can recognize patterns and things you've seen before.
Aww man, only one out of two. I guess half the ads work on me🐸
a person asked me that do I think autism is a recent thing..
why yes, I do believe it is..I said
he asked why?
I said, take your pick on the reason,
I've had Asperger's since the 50s. Even though it was discovered in 1947, I didn't hear about it until the 90s. So I never got any help in school or college.
And it wasn't infant vaccines, as they weren't a thing back when I was born. I got some shots when I was about four years old and then the sugar cubes in the 60s.
But there has to be a reason for the sudden explosion of autism. My nephew has Aspergers. His mother has three other sons all with autism. I have an Aspergers kid on my crew. In boys today its as common as blue eyes. There has to be a reason. What have we been doing different? Vaccines from the time you are born til you die.
The food and water has also changed. I didn't grow up with fluoride in water, as we had our own well. We also ate mostly vegetables from the garden and never had box food from the grocery store. We tried Swanson TV dinners one time in the 50s and said never again.
The worst vaccines are the ones they give to infants, before their brains are developed.
The medical community claims because they actually screen for it now and can diagnose it easier... But we all know the medical community lies.
That’s a lie, you’re correct. Some kids are blatantly cognitively impaired and behaviorally non-typical to the point they punch holes in walls, attack others, and possess very few intellectual abilities. I worked with this population of children for many years. They did not exist in these numbers (and the companies who treat them did not exist) when I was growing up in the 90s, no amount of improvements in screening can account for that.
I believe it’s the heavy metals and ingesting too much of any given one at once. Heavy metals are in our food (ESPECIALLY baby food, go figure), water, household items, etc. The drastic increase of vaccines given to young children plus the onslaught of the crap food here in America is what I think caused this autism explosion, they’re already overloaded from the shots, then they’re eating and drinking more than they can filter out…disaster strikes.
The marketing degree I got helps see through some of the shit too.
No doubt👌I watched all the seasons of Mad Men. Does that count?🐸
I'd hesitate to say all Autists are immune to advertising. My daughter is high functioning, diagnosed at age 2, currently 18. Advertising absolutely works on her. She's always asking to try new food items at the store because she saw some challenge on youtube or some BS. We can be on our way to Dairy Queen to get a blizzard and she'll be on the phone watching DQ commercials all the way there. I dunno. It's almost like people are individuals or something.
She might be really into experimenting.
Maybe it's autism. Maybe it's being an adult with common sense. This world is not as good as it seems. Evil exists, and to think that people in power would never wield it for gain and sacrifice those beneath them is retarded.
Yes but they are immune to it to an extreme degree. I for instance am unable to own any article of clothing with a logo on it because I can't stand what it stands for. If I like something and it has a small enough logo I'll sharpie it with that specific colour so it blends out. I can't go to live sporting events because of all the logos everywhere. William Gibson even wrote a book with a character like this. She razor blades the labels off everything she owns the way I do.
I physically, audibly, say the word "No" when an ad for something I hate appears.
Sometimes they get through the blocker or show up in a stream.
It really helps.
Not an autist. Just not a gullible halfwit.