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Trump Versus Self-Victimizing Age of Autism Blog

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See video of SJW in action for reference

Social Justice Warrior. A pejorative term for an individual who repeatedly and vehemently engages in arguments on social justice on the Internet, often in a shallow or not well-thought-out way, for the purpose of raising their own personal reputation.Urban Dictionary

There are two paths the autism community could take: end the vaccine-induced autism epidemic at its source as Donald Trump has said he would do as president or live in a perpetual state of victimhood and align with others who do the same. There is a segment of the autism community that already does this, known as the “neurodiversity” movement which claims the problems facing the autism community are solved by fighting the non-existent “ableism” that society heaps on people with autism. Self-styled victims come in many other forms of identity-defined politics: man-hating feminists, cop-killing Black Lives Matter terrorists, illegal immigrants who think they are entitled to amnesty and Muslims who complain about “Islamophobia” and deny that Islam has anything to do with Islamic terrorist attacks. Collectively, these groups are known as “Social Justice Warriors” – abbreviated SJWs. Not only does the Age of Autism blog support Crooked Hillary, it has now gone full SJW.

In a post titled “A Better Way to Make America Great,” contributing editor and autism parent Dan Burns rejects Trump in favor of his own solution of self-victimization for the autism community:

“This year, Ben and I stood in solidarity with Hispanic, Muslim, and gay families: the lonely, frightened, and excluded; the imprisoned and the oppressed. As the autism wars intensify, vaccine injured and mandate resistant families, kicked to the curb by some mainstream media and threatened with apprehension, detainment, and forced vaccination, are feeling excluded, reviled, and oppressed. Families are banding together, starting group homes like The Autism Trust in Austin, Texas. May they find, in solidarity with other victims of ignorance, fear, and hate, that from the wounds of brokenness, healing springs.”

There is nothing wrong with banding together and starting group homes, and certainly nothing wrong with The Autism Trust which has done plenty of great work. However, “healing springs” do not emerge from “wounds of brokenness” by finding “solidarity with other victims”; they emerge by working to make life better for yourself and others. Milo Yiannopoulos – Breitbart Tech editor and British gay conservative Trump supporter – said it best:

“Everybody has bad shit happen to them, and you either use it to turn yourself into a star or you become a victim. And I don’t have time for victims. If you allow the bad things in your life to define you, you will only ever be a parasite.”

The autism community doesn’t have time for victims either. Instead, it should become a star for change by getting out the vote for Donald Trump to Make America Great Again!