Autism Spectrum Disorder as a “Neurotype” is Offensive, Gaslighting, and Intolerant Toward Children and Families Suffering Greatly from its Many Symptoms

The enemy, the father of lies, is working hard to keep children chained to sickness, disease, and disorder.

The medical community creating a disorder such as autism as a “spectrum” was a huge mistake, a decision not made with any wisdom and foresight.

There’s a horrible trend, inspired by the evil one, to label disorders such as autism as merely a different “neurotype”. Even worse, it has fallen under the umbrella of identity politics.

“But mark this: There will be terrible times in the last days. People will be lovers of themselves,” (2 Timothy 3:1).

This needs much prayer – bind and forbid this agenda in the name of Jesus.

It’s a terrible attack inspired by the powers of darkness that those suffering GREATLY from this disorder be disregarded and dismissed that they become invisible, forgotten, and their parents deceived by the enemy into normalizing and embracing sickness, etc.

The power of faith-filled prayers in Jesus’ name can overcome this!

An excerpt from 1 in 30 U.S. Kids Diagnosed With Autism in 2020 — What’s Behind the Surge? by Suzanne Burdick, Ph.D.

Rossi also expressed concern about the recent trend to frame autism in terms of neurodiversity— a view that emphasizes the potential gifts of autism and downplays the challenges presented by the condition.

“Autism has fallen under the umbrella of identity politics,” she said.

The current framing of ASD as a personality trait does not adequately respect and honor the situation of many individuals with ASD — particularly those with severe autism — and their family members who care for them.

When ASD is no longer considered a medical condition, everyone is “off the hook” for identifying and mitigating the possible environmental risk factors.” [end of excerpt]

Sadly, those who attack parents who refer to autism as a disorder and desire their children’s good health to be restored and their daily suffering to end can’t see that they are being intolerant and hateful toward those who have an understandably different/opposite perspective of ASD than theirs. And we know controlling spirits are not of God.

My own beloved son has read many comments online that refer to autism as a “superpower,” and he finds it highly, highly offensive as this condition, caused by vaccine injuries, has caused him great suffering and torment in his life, not anything that could remotely be referred to as anything but oppression, torment, and “kryptonite” to good health.

P.S. He doesn’t comment on their ignorant comments. He moves on but thinks they are cruel and ignorant.


All four of their sons have autism – now one is turning dangerous


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