May 14th: If you have chronic fatigue and anxiety—you should go to a naturopath.
What is driving the autism epidemic, is improvements in labor and delivery (L&D) medicine. This includes the practice of C-section, but also especially the drug Pitocin, which is synthetic oxytocin or fake love used to induce labor. Pitocin was approved by the FDA in 1980, which coincides with the beginning of the epidemic.
What L&D medicine does, is force children to be born who either are not ready to be born, or would otherwise have died in the womb. In other words, autists are what used to be call runts. Advancement in L&D medicine is considerably increasing the number of runts in the world. And Pitocin causes brain damage. So not only are they runts, they’re failed science experiments, too. And at the same time as we’re manufacturing these quasimodos, our school curriculums are increasingly teaching—in place of the heavenly Christian philosophy—an insipid, dehumanizing social Darwinism superficially inspired by Charles Darwin, Herbert Spencer, and Friedrich Nietzsche.
Now, is this not the greatest contradiction of our times? On the one hand, we are so concerned with promoting Darwinism and evolutionism in schools. And at the same time, we are undermining its very principle, the ‘survival of the fittest’, through the use of novel medical techniques that flood our schools with half-aborted freaks, who we then bully and harass to the point of suicide. What could be more senseless and insane than this practice? What could be more barbaric, than to award surplus life to a child, only in order to torture it? And use it as a test subject for experimental medicines and vaccines? This world is a torture chamber.
Autists are runts. They are therefore also survivors, and thus over-lifers, super-lifers, superhumans. They almost died before they were born. That gives their life a sublime depth and beauty that ordinary people can hardly fathom. Gifts of the Holy Spirit. We, being the humane animal, have a responsibility to these people. Therefore, we are faced with a vexing decision: we must either find a place in our hearts for these wretched, tortured freaks, who we have let into the world on our own time (that is, by playing God); or else we must limit our use of L&D medicine; or both. And we must cease experimentation on children, especially schizohprenics and autists, who are God’s messengers and His tears.
To guide us in this decision, let us first of all remember E.B. White and his book, Charlotte’s Web. Some pig. Humble. Terrific. And let us wonder whether Nietzsche should have been more gentle with the spider and her web; for Charlotte’s web is metaphysics, which is the internet.
Pitocin causes Autism
Autism causes Toxic Masculinity
Toxic Masculinity causes Feminism
Feminism causes Later Motherhood
Later Motherhood causes Birth Complication
Birth Complication causes Pitocin
Autists are Survivors Survivors are Super-Lifers Super-Life is Super-Love Super-Love is the Gift of the Holy Spirit The Gift of the Holy Spirit is Autistic
For those who prefer the external method of knowing, here is the empirical science by Smallwood et al. (2016) at Trinity University in San Antonio:
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a perplexing and pervasive developmental disorder characterized by social difficulties, communicative deficits, and repetitive behavior. The increased rate of ASD diagnosis has raised questions concerning the genetic and environmental factors contributing to the development of this disorder; meanwhile, the cause of ASD remains unknown. This study surveyed mothers of ASD and non-ASD children to determine possible effects of labor and delivery (L&D) drugs on the development of ASD. The survey was administered to mothers; however, the results were analyzed by child, as the study focused on the development of autism. Furthermore, an independent ASD dataset from the Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center was analyzed and compared. Indeed, L&D drugs are associated with ASD (p = .039). Moreover, the Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center dataset shows that the labor induction drug, Pitocin, is significantly associated with ASD (p = .004). We also observed a synergistic effect between administrations of L&D drugs and experiencing a birth complication, in which both obstetrics factors occurring together increased the likelihood of the fetus developing ASD later in life (p = .0003). The present study shows the possible effects of L&D drugs, such as Pitocin labor-inducing and analgesic drugs, on children and ASD.
Based on the questionnaire completed by mothers of autistic and nonautistic children, it was found that 28% of children without autism and 12% of children with autism were not exposed to L&D drugs during childbirth, while 72% and 88% of each group, respectively, were exposed to an epidural, Pitocin, or a combination of the two during delivery (Figure 1). Moreover, it was found that individuals within the drug-exposed condition were 2.77 times more likely to exhibit an autistic phenotype than individuals who had not been exposed to L&D drugs during childbirth (p = .039). The data received from SARRC only included exposure to Pitocin. Therefore, to compare our findings to the SARRC data, we analyzed mothers who only received Pitocin during the child birthing process to mothers who did not receive any drugs. Within our dataset, labor induction was not significantly associated with ASD (p = .354). However, within the independent SARRC dataset, there was a significant relationship between these two factors (p = .004, OR = 2.32). Children with ASD in the SARRC sample were 2.32 times more likely to have undergone labor induction (Figure 2).
Since birth complications increase the likelihood of a mother receiving L&D drugs, we sought to determine whether the association between each of these factors was independent or if there was a confounding effect. Therefore, the CMH was performed, followed by the Tarone post hoc test. Our results from the CMH analysis revealed that there was no confounding effect, and birth complications and L&D drug exposure had a synergistic effect on the development of ASD (CMH = 12.97, p = .0003, OR = 2.3). The Tarone test supported the CMH data (p = .97). Additionally, as depicted in Table 2, the SARRC dataset verified our findings (CMH = 19.26, p = .00001, OR = 2.5).
Smallwood, Melissa, et al. “Increased Risk of Autism Development in Children Whose Mothers Experienced Birth Complications or Received Labor and Delivery Drugs.” ASN NEURO, vol. 8, no. 4, Aug. 2016, p. 1759091416659742, doi:10.1177/1759091416659742.