The AQ

CAVEAT EMPTOR: Socially and Politically Sensitive Material Follows: read at your own risk and leisure.

General Contents:

Introduction (5 paragraphs)
The Problem of Autism Seen from a Right (Paragraph 6)
Advice from an Insider (Paragraph 12)

Because we live in Clown World and everything is a meme, one may safely presume to take nothing for granted. One does at their own peril. In my circles there is the saying, “when you assume it makes an ass of u and me.” I hate this saying, but it is the truth. However, it is in human nature to assume. I would like to bandy about such a topic that has caused me considerable grief, one I have overcome, and now watch undermine ever so occasionally the efforts of my compatriots in Identity Politics.

We are going to talk about Autism. I remember when the Alt Right happened. It brought with it a curious thing, Autism became steadily normalised, at least in a subculture traditionally considered abnormal. And now, in my circles, it has become a badge of honour, if filtered through a pristine lens of endearing sarcasm. Now, I am a Sperg. (Your shock, I’m sure, is palpable.) For a very long time I withered in shame because, in my day, an Asperger’s diagnosis meant your social life had just ended and you would spend the rest of your loathsome childhood being haunted by Jewish therapists who only would ever succeed in giving you neuroses you would work many YEARS to absolve YOURSELF from.

Perhaps I shall make an addendum with some Will to Power posting. But for now, the core issue. I am unironically Autistic. I have adapted well and used this to my advantage. At this stage in my life, people are frequently genuinely surprised to learn I have the Tism. As I am fond of saying, the Autiste can, given proper stimuli, learn to navigate social climes, but the neurotypical can never learn our superior conceptual frameworking ability. /// We will replace you./// (To what level of grace and dignity remains to be seen, but where the social skills of the Normie have failed, I imagine the future shall be a crass place.) Not everyone gets to do that. As I have argued before my compatriots, it pays to be educated in this matter. Why? That is a simple matter for men of the right to understand. Liberal Tolerance is a shitshow, a sham and a contemptuous lie. There is considerably more tolerance in the Far Right than the Left would know, for one, because the Left prefers to assume, and for two, because we honestly have no choice in regards to our present numerical disadvantage. The Right has become a defacto refuge for the throwaways and disaffected in society. Thus, it is inevitable we should attract a large portion of the Autistic spectrum.

What sparked this article was a conversation with my mother, who is honestly scarred by my childhood far more than I am. (She has come to see in part the staggering sham that is the modern psychological/psychiatric field, and blames herself incessantly for a lot of my childhood angst at the hands of Infinity Shlomo and his Magic Pills.) I was attempting to explain to her why it is no surprise that the Right has become a refuge for Spergs, and why I have stopped hiding the fact that I am autistic. At that very moment she asked, the News, as if on cue, began to play news from Sverigestan in regards to the Swedecuck Greta Thunberg. With typical idiocracy, the news engaged with blitzkrieg soundbites of Trump making funny faces and Thunberg making angry faces. Uppity twitter posts were exchanged. The day was saved, by the irreplaceable Michelle Obama, who explained that Vietnamese girls are grateful for Thunberg and she should be proud, and consign herself to being a girl – happy that she made a ‘difference.’ But what I found staggering was that without a dram of self-awareness, the mulatto drone they had delivering the news retorted that Greta Thunberg’s behaviour was relatable to Autism. Relatable. That sounds a mighty bit like speculation.

There it was. The News, sworn enemy of free thought, had made my case for me. It is inconceivable to the tolerant crowd that Greta Thunberg’s behaviours are those of a spoilt child who shares a similar maturity level to another man-child, being Donald J. Trump. It couldn’t be that her socially conscious, and activist-minded parents who just happen to obsess over media sponsored activities failed to raise a mannered child. Certainly not. No. It must be autism. Of course. Of course…

So. Breaking it down. Autism has become a fad. The diagnostic categories are absurd, and kneejerk. The condition is over diagnosed and overrepresented. Which is unfortunate, because you have a lot of youngsters who are hemmed into the Autism camp when they probably aren’t autistic. Certainly in my circles Autism is heavily overdiagnosed, as it is now popularly assumed until the tone becomes serious and the sensitive neurotypical suddenly recoils as if you have called him a Kike. Then you have countless Americans that legitimately are autistic, and their lives are overshadowed by a callous media blitz which foreshadows their existence as Apu Apustaja drooling in his retard hat, spinning his propeller and wondering why he can’t fly away from this Hell. All of a sudden people hyperventilate over your every action, apologise for you, explain you away when just the day before the diagnosis you were just “odd.” But now? Now you’re probably the next Columbine Shooter just because some mewling, hook-nosed godless troll made an arbitrary diagnosis on your name to earn himself a shekel to put in the gas-tank of his shiny car that you could never afford. This Yid won’t ever see you again, but the ripple effects of his uttering the word “Asperger’s” over your head like some black magick curse will remain with you until you die. Now you have no friends and your teachers assume your IQ just dropped by several points despite the fact that should you choose, you can educate them using syntax and etymology they’ve never heard before. Don’t tell me about tolerance. I am beyond caring. And, so are many other Autistes who are pathologically incapable of being swayed by your feeble attempts to prove them otherwise.

No matter.

Add to this the general assumptions considered perfectly acceptable in mainstream society, and it becomes clear why many Autistes would grow tired of tolerance and come to the logical conclusion that the word and concept are nothing more than weapons to castrate you with. But where do they go?

There exists an internet subculture where you can say edgy, dumb things and be cool. Autistes, who have been ridiculed and castigated for being awkward for years, can now weaponise that Autism and make the internet cool for frustrated man-children. You spend a little time there and find that beneath edgy veneer there lurks a lot of disturbing logical riddles. But for the Autistic, it’s a lot harder to ignore these historical problems. You can be exposed to questions of IQ, demographics, Holocaust Revisionism, Religious Subversion at the hands of the likes of Saul Alinsky. And oh, so much more. For the most stable of individuals this is a lot to handle. Not every Autiste handles his Fate as gracefully as I do, and a lot of them lose some marbles. A lot of disenfranchised Autistes are faced with basic choices. They can keep on being an online internet racist, or follow the breadcrumbs and become true believers… in a hyper-detailed worldview they have compiled based on the inadequacy of propaganda safeguards used to enslave the general populace.

These newly awakened Autistes usually go on to become Spergs. And, within the right, the word has become a term of endearment. Why? Because Autistes often have the intellect to utilise data that neurotypicals can only shrug at. Make no mistake, the only reason this is an issue is because of scrutiny. We, the Right, are judged and scrutinised based on the actions of our members. (Which is fair, obviously.) The Right judges the Left on her stereotypes, also. Nevermind the many shades in between (myself being one) that are entirely dissatisfied with the admittedly convenient Left/Right paradigm. However, there is a double standard, in that the standard deviations which occur in the Right are hyperfocused on and overrepresented. Incels, Autistes, et cetera, any ammunition the Normie can capitalise upon he will use to besmirch our non-existent good name. Thus, there is the fear, that if the Autistic population is vocal enough it makes our broader persecution a far simpler matter. Were it that we had the social capital of Leftist leaning Liberals, we would lack this issue, for their standard deviations are generally downplayed so that society will take a lull.

And for those of us who have a mind to think with, there remain questions. What do we do? In a group setting where differentiation in the cognitive domain leads to strife due to paranoia, what do you do? To many people, the mind of the Autiste is a disturbing entanglement, and the social peculiarities make one wince. And that wince just barely hides the fear of what would happen if he himself were judged against the actions of a Sperg by an outsider. Because the mainstream is, in its own amusingly stupid way, aware of autism and ready to character assault Spergs on command to save face, many in the Right are leery of certain stereotypically autistic behaviours. Wisely, but superficially, and at times hypocritically. I have learned enough in life to appreciate this. Having myself learned to overcome my past and learn to integrate, I understand perfectly how they would, and myself cringe at some of the more unsophisticated Autistic behaviour patterns.

So. At any rate, I’m going to leave you with some strategies I have adopted from my time operating within a Middle School. (I worked in Special Education for some years as an attempt to try to save future children from the miseries I endured as a child in system based education, feeling like a lab-rat under the never failing microscope, the dreadful Eye of the Dark Lord Shlomo.)

First, and foremost, Autism is a condition which uniquely prepares you to accept the Black Pill. You’ve had a lifetime of defacto disappointment, self-loathing and hatred to prepare for it. When correcting Autistic behaviour it is important to focus on a number of things. One is understanding intent over impact. While Autistic behaviour can at times seem helplessly frustrating, one must be aware of intent. An Autiste, though awkward, generally has good intentions – in the beginning. I won’t deny that being unsuccessfully analysed often prompts Spergs to develop ace Troll manoeuvres as a cope, but most begin in earnest and are steadily broken down by the system. It isn’t hard to understand the ones who become destructive. Their entire lives can feel like a Petri Dish, and it feels cathartic to lash out and strike back. Sometimes it’s reflexive, other times it really is borne out of a hatred understandable only by someone who feels their life has been a sham. You must understand that most Normies feel competent to judge and understand Autistic psychology, which they don’t. Not even I understand Autistic psychology, and I’m Autistic, I only know my own makeup. This leads me to my second piece of advice. Being subject to this kind of scrutiny is frustrating beyond description, and it has broken greater men than I.

Reinforce positive behaviours with subconscious positive stimulation. When your friendly neighbourhood Sperg exhibits the kind of behaviour you want to see, you need to make sure they know it. However, when you make your criticism (good or bad) so obvious that it’s insulting, your Sperg might feel like a dog and become mopey. Try to couch your language neutrally. Unfortunately, I cannot offer a foolproof example of what this looks like. Everyone’s different. When I worked in the behaviour containment module developing a balance between compassion and objective was always a hard thing, and, pride only magnifies with age. Damaging pride is a fair concern. Understand that when one inherits a psychological label they are keenly aware that the average person talks to the label, and not to them. Thus, it is helpful to always maintain a strictly man to man basis, as opposed to profession to impediment position which Normies often feel is justifiable, but leads to emotional scarring in their victims that is difficult to overcome. Or forgive.

The Autistic mind is uniquely equipped to internalise (but not always manipulate) data. The computational alacrity of the common Sperg often seems higher than that of the Normie. However, unless the Sperg is engrossed in a particular interest, the depth of information can lack… relatability. For an Autiste, the exchange of information is arithmetic, impersonal, and mechanistic. Normies see this and are often baffled. What for the Sperg comes off as a simple statement of fact for the Normie is metabolised as an insult, or hubris. The Normie has a unique power to emotionalise data exchange and create drama where it is unnecessary. Personally, this Normie hang-up strikes me as womanish. But, what are ya gonna do?

Information exchange is mechanistic. Often the Autiste has a high volume of data he has learned. In addition to this, his prioritisation matrix is admittedly askew. This leads to the injection of data at times which seem inconsequential. Part of the problem is that the Autiste in question has analysed and identified threads that are in no way obvious to anyone else in the room. Don’t be ashamed to ask how this conclusion was reached, in such situations. It should be a general rule in behaviour management that you’re never going to have success unless you understand corollaries and motivations. There is also a component of Socratic Reasoning. There is a slim to high chance your Autiste is in some way aware, but forgets himself.

It requires patience and learning terms you never thought you’d use, but if you can communicate with them on their terms to any degree, it helps. There are times when you gain major breakthroughs simply by earning the perception that you understand them. Chances are your Sperg has lived a life full of corrections, lectures and castigations, spent more time with the counsellor than in the classroom, has no sense of social confidence, and is hostile beyond reason toward imprecise correction. For many years I was. And the reason was simple: I felt as if my life was a joke, and that I existed to make people feel better so they could stroke off on being SOOO much more socially advanced than poor, stupid, embarrassing Saxo. It’s enough to make a Snow Nigga grumpy, ya feel me? Most Autistes close up and shut down, earning them a supplementary reputation as being emotionally disconnected. If they’re opening up, it might be that they’re doing it for the first time in a long time. So, of course, it might be awkward.

Consider. An Autiste is frequently reminded by Normies how his emotional reactions rarely mesh with expectations. From the perspective of the Autiste this all feels like a cruelly bated trap. Not only do Neurotypicals rarely exhibit emotional consistency, they demand it. Not only are they erratic, they demand conformity to a code of social ethics that has never been defined. Were it that we had a natural sense of social fluidity this might not be a problem, but for the Autiste it is often easier to consider you an uppity hypocrite and ignore you. If you would like to avoid this fate, it behoves you to set aside your preconceived notions of Autism. Most Autistes seem emotionally detached because they have developed a carefully practised system of appearing aloof. We have access to the same range of emotions, but because of the cognitive dissonance between expectation and reality, have most often found it easier to casually negate excess emotion. Hence, the robotic Autiste stereotype. A stringent code of expectations would go far in alleviating this, and would benefit Normies too. More on that later.

Relative to information categorisation is pattern recognition. The Autistic mind tend towards compartmentalisation. This almost by default produces a tendency toward categorising stored information. Comparatively, information seems to be stored more fluidly for non-Autistes. One of the major flaws in synching cognitive expectations is when the Autiste instinctively applies this pattern recognition to fluid Normie social environments. The Autiste expects a systematic and predictable exchange when the Normie is incapable of rendering it. Socialising can be broken down into patterns, but for the Autiste, measuring their reliability in canon is difficult because it is assumed the Normie operates on a straight spoke, but really has a bent axis. So. Frequently an Autiste will integrate patterns of observation and attempt to implement them in his own social dialect. This results in the appearance of randomosity. However, if you are judicious in your use of memory you shall likely find that if you look back to a factor of a week or month you might see the origin of your Autiste’s seemingly scattered behaviour is a stilted attempt at mimicking or utilising a behaviour of yours now.

This, as mentioned elsewhere, is a remnant of the normative standard of imitation. The Autiste has immense difficulty understanding socialisation as a spontaneous and organic thing. For him it is a practised art. Often, socially adept “high functioning” Autistes are able to integrate because they instinctively practise and internalise all social variables encountered, develop predictive programming to anticipate social situations. This comes with a high energy demand for the psyche, however, and can lead to burnouts.

When working with Autistes, a commonality I have found is that most on the spectrum have “a thing.” Either a hobby, an interest, a belief or opinion which is to them holy. Very often other experiences are filtered through and measured against and often abandoned for this ‘thing.’ The thing might be religious study, economics, kung Fu, the staggering inefficiency of modern time tabulation, Runes, or why China appears to dominate economically. The thing might be math, or science, or (Gods preserve us) Libertarianism, could be asinine scientific debates about flat earths, fossils and punctuated ceilings. It could be anything. What is common, though, is that whatever that “thing” is, is going to come back to haunt you. For the Autiste it is infinitely fascinating, but it makes you want to cry. No matter what you do, the thing comes back. Often, it helps to develop the mental flexibility to bring your thing back to their thing. Maybe you want to have a conversation about strategic implementation of parapsychological conditioning, but all of a sudden the conversation has changed gears and you are discussing.

This “thing” of his will often be a measure by which he attempts to incorporate and understand new or challenging concepts. This hearkens back to the pattern recognition issue mentioned earlier.

The most important aspect of behaviour management, irrespective of differentiated cognitive domains, is consistency and implementation of expectations, environment and consequences. Because Autistic people (like anyone) look to whom they perceive as socially superior for role models, they adapt the behaviours of trendsetters. But it is like looking through a mirror darkly. I have come to understand this impersonation as a spectre, rearing its head at the worst possible time for everyone. Autistes and Spergs have trouble with the nuance of social interaction, and do not have an effective gauge for determining the immediacy of separation of high and low bars of conduct. This is why in any group it is so massively, unmistakeably, monumentally important to establish an escape plan from the lowest common denominator. Behaviours learnt on the internet which are acceptable there can become common in public. Exceptions Normies make for other Normies in terms of crude behaviour are not forgotten. So. As a general rule, the confounding, embarrassing behaviour your Sperg has learned, he has learned from one of you high and mighty Neurotypicals. Eventually, the Sperg, unless he is like me and reflects what he WANTS to be true, will reflect what he SEES as true. In either case, there are repercussions. So. If you have an unruly Autiste it is time to check the facilitation of your social environment, chances are there is a low common denominator you aren’t acknowledging because it is easier to point out the noisy Autiste. Check your Normie privilege, Untermensch.

Allow me to provide an example. Among the Alt Right, being edgy has become the defacto deflective emotional response to the horrors of Clown World. This presents a difficulty for the Autiste because he, as mentioned, struggles with nuance. For instance, when does Edgy end and Fedpost begin? I have yet to hear a concrete transition point. It is frankly unfair to expect a broad range of people with analytical disagreement to all of a sudden, as if by panspermia, generate a consensus on how to appropriately convey angst or irony online. Normies who routinely use thinly veiled rhetoric suddenly become itchy when an Autiste clumsily mirrors the behaviours they’ve seen you engage in. Frankly, the irony is palpable, the revulsion is often clear because it is the sudden realisation that there’s only a degree of separation between your edgepost and their fedpost. So. Rules.

It’s simple, but in Clown World nothing is easy. Normies love to think they don’t need rules. But every group needs social rules to function. We in an increasingly deregulated society which has chosen to give up social custom for the mind numbingly stupid notion of freedom from convention. That means clear, concise, almost robotically blunt bulletpoint rules. When I worked in behaviour containment modules, this was helpful, because a rulebook is impartial. It can’t be an asshole – unlike you. This rulebook protects your reputation, and the damaged feelings of your Sperg. Impartial judges work. Always have, always will. There is also a sense of continuity and security that comes with this kind of litigation. And since most in the Far Right are at the very least, Crypto Fascists, than really, why other than laziness or insecurity, would one avoid codifying social etiquette?

I am writing this for the benefit of Neurotypicals because they have greater social awareness in navigating the social constructs that society generally fails to explain. This is ironically a blessing and a curse. After all, it’s a lot easier to convert an Autiste with nothing to lose for want of offending conventions he thinks are stupid, than convincing a Neurotypical who cries out in pain when they call him ‘strange.’ I? I’ve gotten over that pain. So have many Autistes, confining themselves to a self-fulfilling prophecy of being an outlier. And we have discussed, briefly, why this is an issue. But, really, until the tables turn and the Neurotypical is forced to adapt to our world, it is far easier to try and condition Neurotypicals to invest Machiavellian tactics into their Spergs than expect the Sperg to spontaneous confirm with a faculty and awareness of your unwritten rules he does not possess. In the frustrated mind of many an Autiste; there is the question of why any of this matters. He doesn’t understand all of your hang-ups.

But it remains that he isn’t going away. Autistic numbers will rise, and as with any demographic shift, you can expect that numbers will impact quality of behaviour. If we learn to integrate Autistic and Neurotypical cognitive patterns now, we save ourselves trouble later. Furthermore, it is also worth mentioning that the techniques I learned in behaviour containment modules are applicable to the general population. After all, the “Neurotypical” itself is becoming a thing of the past as the onslaught of gadgets, media and other subversive elements gradually rewire synapses. Think I’m joshing you? Make a comparative note in the rise of recorded instances of things like ADD, ADHD, ODD, and other various alphabet soup ailments and tell me that their corresponding trend to increase automation and rapidity of information transference has nothing to do with it at all? It’s been theorised that Autism is an adaptation to the gradation changes in social climate, information demand and general pace. Is it a coincidence that, as we industrialise, that a “syndrome” in which social graces are de-emphasised just so happens to gain traction in a world where social graces are… de-emphasised? No.

Current infrastructure demands less individuation and more information quota. While the theory of Autism as an evolutionary adaptation is certainly not without kinks, at least half the shoe fits. And even if that theory isn’t true, than it remains equally possible that Autistic traits might well be a defense against the blaring monotony, droning, gruelling, grinding, relentless noise, noise, noise of society. Most Autistes inhabit a world apart and remain to a degree immune from many of the pressures that plague the Normie. That too, is something to think about.

P.S. I’ve flirted with a table of contents. Does using it make you more or less autistic? ;p

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