Short Bus Stops at Sesame Street


Julia, Muppet with autism

And drops off an autistic Muppet.

The much-anticipated Muppet with autism named “Julia” will make her debut on the famed children’s show next week. Neurodiversity activists hailed Julia’s creation as a major step towards “acceptance” in popular culture. Not everyone was pleased, however.

Many parents of children with autism lambasted the program for what they saw as a normalization of the fastest-growing childhood neurological disorder in the United States. They argue that they would consider their children recovered from their condition if they ever reached the functional abilities of Sesame Street’s new ginger sped.

The bizarre media portrayal of autism as some kind of positive virtue is also happening on the other side of the pond where the BBC is doing a documentary film arguing that autism is an “ASSET” in the workplace. It’s not going well.

Meanwhile, there is emerging knowledge that higher-functioning autism comes with even bigger hurdles than previously realized. People with autism suffer a disproportionately higher rate of gender dysphoria, girls with autism have a disproportionately higher rate of homosexuality and men with autism have a disproportionately higher rate of trouble finding girlfriends.

Taking all the aforementioned issues of the spectrum into account, shows like the BBC documentary and Sesame Street appear more likely to give their viewers a confused look at the disorder rather than an informed one. Meanwhile, higher functioning people with autism are given the contradictory messages of fitting in and embracing their off-putting social woes. But the worst consequence is leaving the most severely disabled out of the picture entirely while the cause of their horrible disabilities remain covered up by the deep state, the mainstream press and the doctors who are now being cranked out of medical school dumber than they were when they entered.

Update: Video replaced.

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11 Thoughts on “Short Bus Stops at Sesame Street

  1. Michael Potvin on April 3, 2017 at 12:50 am said:

    Down is up. Up is down. 1984 belongs in the non-fiction section.

    It’s about normalizing the ab-normal.

    My mother wouldn’t let me watch Sesame Street as a kid and guess what? She was right. Nothing to be gained sitting in front of the boob tube.

    Mainstreaming autism is another step after “Rainman.” I have an uncanny long term memory, but this skill is at the bottom of qualities needed in the workplace. People skills will always be number one. I hate this move by Sesame Street. It’s like glamorizing drugs in commercials. Everyone happy and smiley, when this in not what happens behind closed doors.

    Will Sesame Street show Julia smearing feces on the walls? Likewise for head banging, crying, meltdowns. Who’s going to change Julia’s diaper on the show? Do this comment sound like it came from shock jock talk show hosts? You be the judge. We cannot sugar coat the crap coming from the devil’s workshop.

    Autism is a liability in the workforce. Most employers want regular order followers, not those with a couple greats skills, while lacking in basic social skills. Autism/Asperger Syndrome ain’t fun. You and I live this every day.

  2. White Rose on April 3, 2017 at 12:01 pm said:

    A new film exposing the corruption behind much of the Shaken Baby Syndrome diagnosis used to remove children from the custody of their parents, and in some cases put parents behind bars, is currently making its way through the film festival circuit. The Syndrome is a film produced and directed by Meryl Goldsmith, a Los Angeles-based filmmaker who teamed up with her cousin and investigative reporter Susan Goldsmith as the co-producer and editor. It is Meryl Goldsmith’s feature directorial debut, according to the film’s website. Included in the cast are doctors and law professors.

  3. Hans Litten on April 3, 2017 at 2:39 pm said:

    I’m banned from AoA once again .
    Banned because I was fed up with CIA “VPDs” Parker .

    Who else would continually mentions VPDs but a troll , and CIA is a troll extraordinaire .
    And AoA have been continually allowing CIA to run riot with his\her pro vaccine message and blocked all attempts to deal with the CIA message .

    No-one on our side ever mentions the term VPDs . CIA never stops with it .

  4. Claudia Mazzucco on April 3, 2017 at 3:39 pm said:

    What is that they are accepting? Julie is a perfect normal girl.

  5. Hans Litten on April 4, 2017 at 8:53 am said:

    I think the actual culprit behind the rise of autism in the USA will end up being just as controversial as vaccines has been: food fortification with and prenatals containing inferior forms of folate and B12. Support for this idea is found in the lower (and sometimes much, much lower) autism rates in areas and cultures that regularly eat dissolved glycine betaine, which is a substrate of an enzyme that helps make up for problems on a different enzyme pathway that uses B12 and methylfolate. The supporting studies are numerous and too many to post here; I’ve summed it up on my blog this past week if you want to read more.

    Posted by: C T | April 03, 2017 at 06:12 PM

    We imagined it all !

  6. Hans Litten on April 4, 2017 at 9:18 am said:

    About 328 deaths associated with Meningitis have been recorded in the country since November 2016, as 1.3 million vaccines arrived from World Health Organization and the United Kingdom.

    The Minister of Health, Prof Isaac Adewole, disclosed this in a statement issued in Abuja on Saturday by Mrs Boade Akinola, the Director, Media and Public Relations of the ministry.

    Adewole assured Nigerians that the ministry would curtail the outbreak of meningitis ravaging some states.

  7. Brian Deer on April 11, 2017 at 2:15 pm said:

    “Short Bus”? You hateful little shit.


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