The Austism Trick
by Jon Rappoport
March 28, 2011
Imagine this. Your child is in an automobile accident, and he is injured. At the hospital, the attending doctor says, “Your boy’s symptoms indicate he has disease X.”
“What?!” you say. “The car he was in was just hit by a truck!”
“Doesn’t matter,” the doctor says. “We have to treat disease X with drugs.”
“He needs emergency surgery!”
“No. That won’t cure X.”
Impossible, right? Well, read on, because…
Let’s say you think your child may be autistic. You’re not sure. He’s withdrawn. He rarely speaks. He sometimes has outbursts. He doesn’t have full physical coordination. He twists his fingers a lot.
You take him to a doctor, who observes him and administers various cognitive tests. Then the doctor asks you questions.
The questions are about behaviors of your child, of course. You answer patiently…
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