Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Autismspeaks shows it's true colors "My World"

Was the picture of the child with Hitler a freudian slip up?? He, too, wanted to rid the world of "ballast"---imperfect children.


David N. Andrews MEd (Distinction) said...

30 seconds into that, I wanted to vomit.

Autism Speaks can shove their perfect world up their arses.

VAB said...

Well, that was indeed puerile. Maybe it was made by a child. I couldn't identify any message or statement other that kittens are cute and the Bushes are more attractive than the Clintons. What does it have to do with autism?

Estee Klar-Wolfond said...

This is the most ridiculous video I've ever seen. Just stupid.

Ms. Clark said...

I don't think that's from the organization "Autism Speaks" I think someone is just using that name.

I can't figure out why there are shots of Nazi's in the video at all.

Usal said...

The world is not meant to be perfect.

Only a total moron would want it to be.

r.b. said...

Autismspeaks is referred to on other movies.

I thought it was really freaky...I sure as heck would like to know the meaning behind it, and the mindset of the creator. I sure as heck wouldn't want to be him...ewwwwhhh!

Anonymous said...

That video is from this site.

health watch center said...

Well one who knows and feel the pain of a person who's suffering from Autism will never do something like this...

"I can remember the frustration of not being able to talk. I knew what I wanted to say, but I could not get the words out, so I would just scream.

Temple Grandin"

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r.b. said...


I agree. It's our messiness that makes us human, interesting.

charmian said...

You all have to realize that these weird amateur videos have nothing to do with Autism Speaks the organization, don't you?

It's just demented anti-Clinton stuff.

Please don't dignify it.

charmian said...

You guys have to realize that this is a cheap spoof? Was it made April 1st?

The Hitler and anti-Clinton stuff is creepy though.

Please don't dignify it by responding.

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