Who is at Fault? Niggercops, or the Plastics Industry That Created Autism?

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
April 21, 2017

I am so very tied of autism.

And it is plastics.

Maybe part of it is the vaccines, I don’t know. Probably they are. They contain the same sorts of petrochemicals (I think the Jones thermerasol theory is a red herring, which is – ironically – promoted by autists).

But it’s some kind of environmental factor related to cheap industrialization.

Funny that the mainstream media is siding with the autist over the niggercops, no?


When John Haygood, a 10-year-old boy with autism, was arrested last week at a school in Florida, he kept repeating that he didn’t know what was happening, as seen in shaky cellphone video taken by his mother.

“I don’t know what’s going on. I don’t understand,” he cried out. In the video, his hands are cuffed as two officers escort him to the back seat of a police car.

His mother, Luanne Haygood, followed behind them while recording the incident on her phone. In the video, John appears distraught, and yells some profanities.

Luanne is heard in the video speaking to the officers, “Excuse me, do you have any paperwork or anything you can say to me?”

John, a student at Okeechobee Achievement Academy in Okeechobee, Florida, was arrested at the school last week for felony battery against a teacher in an October incident, allegedly punching and kicking his teacher, which left scratches and marks, according to an incident report from the Okeechobee County Sheriff’s Office (PDF).

The incident occurred after John was being disruptive in class, throwing paper balls around the classroom and hitting other students, the report said. His teacher asked him to go to time out. When John refused, the teacher attempted to remove him, and that’s when John attacked, the report said.

The report also noted that John had allegedly made threats to kill the teacher in a previous incident. On November 1, the teacher requested to pursue criminal charges since John “had been given plenty of opportunities to change his behavior and has not,” the report said.

Autism spectrum disorder is a neurological and developmental disorder that affects how a person behaves and interacts with others, communicates, and learns. Many people with autism, for instance, are hypersensitive to and dislike being touched, as well as might be upset by a slight change in a routine.

In October, John was expelled from the Academy and has been completing his schoolwork from home since then, according to CNN affiliate WPBF. Last Wednesday, he returned to the Academy to take a standardized test, but “was not being compliant and refused to test,” the incident report said.

After John was given time to test, the arresting officer notified Luanne that John had an active warrant and had to be placed under arrest, the incident report said.

The arresting officer asked John if he would be willing to walk to the patrol car, and John replied, “Don’t touch me. I don’t like to be touched,” according to the incident report. He can be heard making similar comments in the video.

John was then handcuffed and transported to a juvenile detention center, where he spent the night.

The next day, John appeared in court on charges of assaulting his teacher, was then released, and is now scheduled to appear in court again on May 11, WPBF reported.

CNN contacted Luanne Haygood about the incident and subsequent arrest, but has not heard back at time of publication.

“I know what happened six months ago,” Luanne told WPBF when her son was released, admitting that she knew her son had an incident with a school staff member. But she added that she was never warned of any warrants for his arrest or imminent problems with law enforcement.

“I never seen an arrest report, I never saw the charges I just know what was told that he may or may not press charges,” she said.

Autistic people are a plague.

I am so fed up with these mutants.

I have to deal with them, running this website. I get hunted by them. They try and force you to agree with them, and if you don’t, they go on a personal vendetta against you. They have their own various religions, and all of these conspiracy theories that don’t even make any sense, and if you even acknowledge their existence, they will fixate and hunt you. They don’t stop.

They are truly a manifestation of evil. The recklessness of the modern industrial system has created a crossover between humanity and the dark realms of the satanic, and that is what autistic people are.

They need to be euthanized.

There is no excuse for not doing this. They are not happy themselves, if you care about that, and they simply bring unimaginable levels of suffering on non-autistic society.

Obviously, there is a spectrum of autism, and people who have experience with it are aware of the different levels. Some of it might not even be that big of a deal. But the kind that is biologically incapable of interpreting anything in any sense other than the literal, the kind which obsessively tries to catalog information in a way that is meticious and systematic but isn’t based on a pattern that exists anywhere outside of their own minds, the kind which fixates – they need to be euthanized. Period.

Society does not deserve to have to try and manage these monsters.


Not sorry.

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