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The Basis For A Legal Case

  1. Is Autism Beneficial In Politics?

  2. What is ASD?

  3. Understand DARVO

  4. How Does Autism Occur?

  5. mRNA is STILL Not Tested (2023) for Pregnancy or Children but is pushed as if it has all been tested

  6. Conclusion

Is Autism Beneficial in Politics?

Our leaders have to survive so much abhorrence of their decisions and policies that they are either:

  • emotionally disconnected, or
  • they simply have no emotions to disconnect.

How did they achieve such resilience?

This 'communication skill' can be likened to an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) where the politician is simply not affected by emotions.

They can learn to pretend to be emotionally connected for the camera and effect, BUT when it comes to making decisions on behalf of everybody, they simply make decisions based on what they feel. If they study communication techniques, they may also learn how to win any argument with techniques such as DARVO. People such as Jacinda Ardern, Trudeau, Donald Trump, and Greta, all show signs of narcissisms and all use psychology to achieve their point, be it fact or fiction.

One minute Ms. Ardern is Mother Teresa

An empathetic photo opportunity that goes around the world

But next minute, she is having to deal with complex issues!

Much of the time, politicians are present at functions to achieve and maintain their popularity and are simply 'acting' some of their emotions to suit the occasion. We understand this. But it requires the skill of being emotionally disconnected, and when it comes to people's rights, this is not a good trait to have.

So is there a condition that creates emotionally disconnected people?

Yes there is, and there is some contention as to how the condition is caused. Read on and find out the whole story.

What is ASD?

Narcissism, Autism, and Asperger's are all personality conditions that are most likely traits derived in the womb, and are known as ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder).  ASD's conditions range from mild to severe and they can change in severity depending upon the pressure that is placed on the individual. 

A common trait of people with ASD is that they either don't understand social interaction, or they are manipulative of people and circumstances.

They can also switch personalities when tired, affected by drugs or alcohol, or they are confronted about something that they are involved with. 

In such circumstances they can completely shut off all feeling for the other person/s and they can be belligerent in supporting their own beliefs, be they fact or fiction.

Communication is the Tool of the Trade

People who are going to be manipulative will use communication techniques such as DARVO:

  1. Deny: It wasn't me,
  2. Attack It was them!
  3. Reverse Victim and Offender: The problem isn't the science-created virus; it is the people who won't take our drug!"

This is a very effective way of blocking any conversation that contradicts your belief and is exactly the technique that people such as Hitler used to convince his supporters to follow his orders.

Pandemic Narcissism

The Pandemic Response by many governments has been Narcissistic. Here is a picture of an Australian Senator 'demanding' that everyone get the injection or else!

His forceful way doesn't show any care for anyone else's view, 
only his own. This is a trait of narcissism

Hitler used the same methods to force his will on others

Greta Thunberg identifies as Autistic.
She gave a speech that epitomises the autistic
condition of being 'blame full' and emotionally disconnected. 

Greta Thunberg to world leaders: 'How dare you? 
You have stolen my dreams and my childhood'

Without supporting evidence, her speech changes
how we see the climate change issue, simply by the
unchecked emotion of an Autistic episode.

So many of our World Leaders are narcissists

Brilliant scientists are often gifted with savant skills and are also on the spectrum. Therefore they may either not understand other people's point of view or they can be manipulative. As they create more and more self confidence in their beliefs, so will their strategy of denial and self worship. This is when an autistic person also engages in narcissisms.

Taking a look at the table below of the traits of Autism and Narcissism, we can see that the Pandemic Response sits well with the profile of Autism, but matches Narcissism even better. Narcissism being the psychology of the pandemic response. "We are the one source of truth!" is not only incorrect, but also indicates a level of 'omnipotent' belief in one's self (having unlimited power or authority) which is narcissism personified.

Jacinda Ardern - "We will continue to be your single source of truth"
Which was simply not true at all.

The table below identifies the differences between Autism and Narcissism. The right side holds 11 points that apply to the NZ Prime Minister's approach to the pandemic.

High-Functioning Autism (Asperger’s)Narcissism
Does not understand social interactionManipulative
Does not do silent treatmentUses silent treatment as a weapon
You can say noMay punish you if you say no
Does not do guilt tripsUses guilt trips as a manipulative tool
Does not sit on the “pity pot”Feels sorry for themselves and envious of others’ successes
Clueless about damage they cause even though they can be hurtful and selfishHurts other people’s feelings and doesn’t care
Lacks empathy, but is not maliciousLacks empathy, and may be malicious
Lacks intuitionHas intuition and uses it to get narcissistic supply
Not connected to their feelingsHyper-connected to their feelings
Tends to be one-dimensionalTends to flip into different modes or personalities (Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde)
Does not blame othersTends to blame others
Wants a playbook (structure and predictability)Wants chaos and control
Triggered by lack of familiarityTriggered by ego threats
On a spectrum from low functioning to high functioningOn a spectrum from “normal”-range behaviour to psychopathy/antisocial personality
Not sensitiveInsensitive

We can see quite clearly that many of the world stage players responsible for the government's response to Covid have shown definite personal characteristics of being narcissists, and so therefore, they are likely to be on the Autism Spectrum and have the condition of ASD. They may not have the 'look' of autism but they have the mindset of someone who only understands their own point of view.

This could be due to the difficulty of running a country but with this viewpoint, we can now understand why we have been treated as we have. Some people simply have no sensitivity to anyone else's opinion or facts, but is there more to it?

This interview by Jacinda Ardern displays classic 
Narcissistic Tendencies

Symptoms of narcissistic personality disorder and the severity can vary. People with the disorder can:

  1. Have an unreasonably high sense of self-importance and require constant, excessive admiration.
  2. Feel that they deserve privileges and special treatment.
  3. Expect to be recognised as superior, even without achievements.
  4. Make achievements and talents seem bigger than they are.
  5. Be preoccupied with fantasies about success, power, brilliance, beauty or the perfect mate.
  6. Believe that they are superior to others and can only spend time with or be understood by equally special people.
  7. Be critical of and look down upon people they feel are not important.
  8. Expect special favours and expect other people to do what they want without questioning them.
  9. Take advantage of others to get what they want.
  10. Have an inability or unwillingness to recognise the needs and feelings of others.
  11. Be envious of others and believe others envy them.
  12. Behave in an arrogant way, brag a lot and come across as conceited.
  13. Insist on having the best of everything - for instance, the best car or office.

At the same time, people with narcissistic personality disorder have trouble handling anything that they view as criticism. They can:

  1. Become impatient or angry when they don't receive special recognition or treatment.
  2. Have major problems interacting with others and easily feel slighted.
  3. React with rage or contempt and try to belittle other people to make themselves appear superior.
  4. Have difficulty managing their emotions and behaviour.
  5. Experience major problems dealing with stress and adapting to change.
  6. Withdraw from or avoid situations in which they might fail.
  7. Feel depressed and moody because they fall short of perfection.
  8. Have secret feelings of insecurity, shame, humiliation and fear of being exposed as a failure.

The point of this discussion being, to identify the mindset of someone who does not take into consideration anyone else's facts or point of view.

Is There Any Evidence?

The one thing you must be if you are going to lead effectively is confident. Point 8 above: "Have secret feelings of insecurity, shame, humiliation and fear of being exposed as a failure"; identifies itself during this 2020 interview where Jacinda talks about her mental health issue called 'imposter syndrome'

Such a disorder will require careful management when it comes to making the tough decisions. You cannot take a middle road else it will cause significant indecision. So you make the decision your 'experts' are telling you to make with conviction. When you realise you have made a mistake, it will be hard to admit to it as this will confirm your mental health issue and complete the tick list of other identifiers of narcissism.

How Does Autism Occur?

I looked up the leading websites to see what was being identified as the cause of autism and was greeted with a constant denial that autism was caused by vaccines. 

The vaccine study in the page above takes you to the following, where no particular study details are provided other than a comment.

There is a report mentioned above: which provides little to no evidence to support their claim that vaccines are safe and do not create autism.

Whereas a 2017, Gold Standard study involving 95,754 pregnancies, by Columbia University found a direct correlation between vaccination related fever and autism.

This fully peer-reviewed, gold standard research paper not only indicates a 40% increase in autism risk through vaccination, but that it could also be as high as a 300% increase in the chance of delivering an autistic baby.

So without question, fever contributes significantly to the risk of Autism. This is an Absolute Truth that the pro vax community ignore but never substantiate their own claims against.

mRNA Still Not Yet Tested (2023) for Pregnancy or Children Application

Here are the latest test results (2023)

But by using deductive reasoning, we can work out if the Pfizer vaccine causes autism by simply looking up the side effects of the mRNA injection. Do they include 'fever'?

... yes they do. It only takes a fever of 0.5 degrees above normal temperature to evolve into an autistic baby. 

But is the vaccine being promoted as safe and effective for pregnancies and if so, is there a warning? 

Below is an image and link from the government's web page:

There is no warning. We have the report that says it was NOT tested. But here they are implying that it IS tested.

In Conclusion

The very act of vaccination resulting in fever during pregnancy can cause the condition of  Autism and Narcissism. That is a peer reviewed absolute Gold Standard fact.

The Government Website can be seen to be completely misleading and although I am only a layperson, I believe the crime being committed is within this framework:
  1. Failing to provide Full Disclosure: The waiver people signed did not provide full disclosure and was worded to suggest the mRNA was safe and effective even though the test results were not completed to ascertain such facts

  2. Fraud or misrepresentation: The words 'Safe and Effective' are, and have been, constantly used by government departments, contractors, media, and medical staff to pacify any questions 

  3. False Pretences: If this is a vaccine and not just a drug, why do you require boosters? Why has the drug not established a long term natural immune response?

  4. Gross negligence and recklessness: By not recognising consumers' concerns, and deliberately ignoring and confusing consumers of the outcome of adverse events, and due to the fact that the drug had not been fully tested to ascertain the safety of the drug, the actual results would be identified through ongoing outcomes. These outcomes have been denied and/or deliberately ignored as being from the untested drug.

Corners were cut, safety regulations were ignored, and the outcome is yet to be known.

I think this is the basis for a legal case.

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