Sunday, June 26, 2011

Canary Party, The Propaganda of Omission

In reading the Canary Party's position paper and platform, some blatant omissions stand out. They do not use the words "thimerosal", "aluminum", "squalene", "mercury", "chelation" or "cure". They misuse the word "autism" by attaching it to the term "high-functioning", a concession to the deranged cult of psychopaths known as Neurodiversity in a supposed effort to include these jackasses as part of their team. As any parent of an autistic child knows, the words "autism" and "high-functioning" are mutually exclusive. The high-functioning end of the autism spectrum has a specific term and that term is "Asperger's". People who use the word "autism" when they know they should be using the word "Asperger's" are engaging in deliberate deception. This deception is good for the vaccine industry and not so good for autistic people. Obfuscating the meaning of the word "autism" allows high-functioning people with Asperger's to present a false image of autism to the general public and effectively brainwash the public through repetition into thinking that autism is no big deal, that it consists of geeks and social misfits who are a little bit screwy but otherwise quite able to care for themselves. This deception denies the existence of autistic people who never learn to speak, read, write or use a toilet and spend their lives requiring constant supervision and custodial care. Most die in asylums.

The Canary Party would have you believe that thousands of different chemicals are responsible for autism as well as the general term "vaccines". This generalization thus misdirects you from focusing on the mercury in thimerosal as the primary problem with vaccines. Ginger Taylor told me that they want to include everyone who might be affected so they avoid being too specific. She must think I was born yesterday. If you know that a certain Toyota model has faulty brakes and has killed thousands of drivers, you don't try to solve the problem by claiming that cars made in Asia might not be safe. You detail the exact reason that the brakes don't work right and you provide the solution. In the case of autism, you would explain that mercury kills brain cells and prevents methylation and you would tell the victims that removing the mercury through chelation cures the victims. The Canary Party does not do this. They take the dishonest approach of using politically correct language to sidestep the issue of mercury and thus dilute their own message.

They laughingly suggest that sending questionaires to political candidates is going to help promote the issue of brain damage from vaccines. Some autism parents have tried this tactic during the last three presidential elections and you can guess the results. Some politicians simply lie as usual while others refuse to respond. Autism never becomes an issue and is never mentioned in any debates or in any media coverage. The only voters who are even aware the questions were asked are a few parents of autistic kids.

I could go on at length, questioning every word that the Canary party used in their platform and pointing out how their generalized choice of words denies the specifics. I could also point out more omissions of facts and lack of positive tactics to force their alleged agenda down the throats of the corrupt politicians. You can read their page critically yourself and look for those deceptions if you want.

Ginger Taylor showed me either her blatant dishonesty or her rank stupidity when I exchanged emails with her; I can't make the call as to which is true without more discussion. She chastised me for my treatment of an Ari Ne'eman supporter. For those who might not know Ne'eman, he is the dishonest young twerp who is so well connected politically that he has met with Tony Blair, George W Bush and been appointed to misrepresent autistic children on two national organizations by Obama so he can lie about autism and prevent autistic children from being cured. Ginger Taylor chooses to side with Ari Ne'eman rather than recognizing the positive approach to educating the public about the horror of autism that I do every day with my car pictured above. Ginger Taylor wants me to shut up while she gives Ari Ne'eman a pulpit. That's really all you need to know about the Canary Party. They are working against the best interests of autistic children.

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