Phil again doesn't want to comment to me directly, but wants to just ridicule me on his response blog against me, along with his sissy kiss-up friends who make prissy and pointless remarks. He is too challenged by my rebuttals to his responses to let me comment on there. So I'll put what I have to say back here:
Autreat isn't going to promote understanding of the spectrum to those on the outside who ought to know many things of it. Who is getting informed as a result of it? You have no intention of helping those on the lower end of the spectrum as your ideas of solutions are phony delusions that contain no goal-oriented action. Autreat is run by a cabal that wants to stop efforts toward cure, and so has no regard to the progress of the lower functioning, as without a cure based on biological modification/enhancement, functioning can't go up much.
I don't want to be helped? I get tired of being at home nearly 24/7 with minimal income and having to sponge off my parents with nothing much to do with myself. You know that but your idea of help can't be anything that leads to real improved conditions. I guess you're right in that few understand the spectrum. The professionals I've encountered seemed to not really grasp just how much disability there is for many to deal with, didn't seem to grasp the pattern involved with it, and only seemed to be considering a few basic concepts involved with the spectrum.
In my situation, I think there are funding problems going on and my vocational counselor seemed to me not to want to tell me how awful the situation is with it and how long I may have to wait. But I think I've seen a lot of wasteful tendencies going on with rigid planning and repetitive, uninformative things being told to me. Stuff I already know and the such. I don't think it's fear that is preventing services. I'm starting to get the idea that many don't care, that those in control need to be urged to put forth efforts and resources.
As someone who is not a doctor, your opinion is of less validity than that of the licensed professional who diagnosed me and that of the other one who said in his opinion I was. I didn't go doctor shopping or put on some act to get recognition. What do you have to back up your assertions, and why do you resort to claiming I'm not on the spectrum? I've been wondering since 2002 about whether I was on the spectrum or not.
Who are you and the others to decide what attitude is too volatile? She hasn't demonstrated anywhere near the level of hostility that is characteristic of those favored by Autreat. Why should someone with her life experience be deprived of a platform by those who want to show no common courtesy?
I wonder what scheming characters were picked for that panel, and what kind of answers they had to the questions designed by those in control of the conference, to put on their show, and whether they made genuine and informative answers to some in attendance who may have been in dire circumstances and looking for practical answers. What could be expected of the types of individuals who control the agenda, considering what they do the rest of the time?