On the use of the term “Neurotypical”

Unless otherwise specified, my use of Neurotypical refers by default to Americans;

especially those who depend on religion, politics, pop culture, the media and the entertainment industry for their “knowledge” of the “world” and are satisfied that this incoherent mess of illusions and propaganda accurately represents  humanity and reality. All of these influences are “combined” at present under the social schemes of psychology – an “umbrella” belief system that seeks to stabilize a severely challenged social hierarchy (that is about to crumble) under a “pseudoscientific religion” that designates all human behaviors as disorders – and replaces healthy behaviors with those that “adapt” individuals to a monstrously unhealthy culture.

The prescription drug epidemic is just one symptom of a crude and desperate attempt to “control” Americans who are incredibly unhappy; abandoned by a social hierarchy that ignores the traditional obligation of those at the top to include the peasantry at the bottom as a necessary “group” in the functioning of a hierarchy. Traditionally, it is the obligation of “the ruling class” to ensure that in exchange for “power and wealth” the rulers provide the peasants some minimal protection, status and material goods – it’s a social contract, but one that is opposed to the original values (rather optimistic values) of a “new” and radical concept; an equal opportunity society laid out in The American Constitution. (A very Asperger Constitution at that!)

The perception (and reality) is that the United States has devolved into an archaic and despotic form of hierarchy – and the very class of individuals who have built and maintain a “republic” (the middle class; now the “working poor”) are betrayed. This “stupid” cycle has been repeated over and over and over again in “modern social civilizations” – therefore the adjective “idiots” is not an exaggeration.


Peasants rebel in Han China. Towards the end of the Han Dynasty’s rule, frequent revolts erupted because the peasants were angry with the high taxes. Actually, the problem with the U.S. is that few American households or “profitable companies” pay federal income tax, but expect huge federal handouts to support their state and community funding and corporate profits. 

An estimated 45.3% of American households — roughly 77.5 million — will pay no federal individual income tax, according to data for the 2015 tax year from the Tax Policy Center, a nonpartisan Washington-based research group. (Apr 18, 2016) Close to 20% of large U.S. corporations that reported a profit on their financial statements in 2012 paid no U.S. corporate income taxes, reports CNN, according to a new report from the Government Accountability Office. 

This “tax cut” mania is the equivalent of Ancient Roman “bread and circus” policy to keep the population of Rome “quiet” – it was a tactic that didn’t work very well; it did encourage an ever-increasing demand for “Bloody Entertainment” to appease the populace.


I don’t have first hand experience with other nations or social systems – only what I can access through written materials; I try to analyze and critique these documents as they are presented, but of course – as an Asperger, I will focus on consequences of the ideas and applications contained in the material.



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