Aspergers don’t like change? / Who does?

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Why Aspergers reject social interaction: the conversation is usually about why our very existence is ‘wrong”.

The accusation (symptom) that Asperger individuals don’t like (resist) change appears often, as if it is a trait exclusive to “us”. Pretty ridiculous, no?

The entire history of social “movement” follows a truly “anti-change” pattern. The status quo is grumbled over by a few humans, but most societies are incredibly rigid, from the bottom to the top of the pyramid. Humans are for the most part entrenched in archaic and nonsensical absolute prescriptions for cultural conformity.

This “fossilized” behavior, and the illusions-delusions that support petrified beliefs, is the “thing” Aspergers-INTJs are referring to as “stupid” – which may seem flippant, but honestly, societies are so insistently non-functional, that it is a perfectly summative expression of bewilderment on our part, and covers most of our resistance to “meddling” with what is proven to be efficient.

From my perspective, a reluctant, or even adamant, reaction to change is a conservative and concrete attitude: “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”

Especially in the U.S., where superficial change (obsession with novelty – a neotenic trait) is mandatory for a profit-based (predatory) economy, Asperger individuals are totally out of step; we carefully and patiently build “a world” (environment) for ourselves that can mainly be intellectual, but a necessity confronts us; this is very unpopular with the majority for whom it represents a “personal” and social attack on “absolutism” in their psyche.

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What to do? Logic has no meaning or effect on neurotypicals; empathy is a farce. Resistance becomes vital to protecting our “worlds”.

Our reaction is simple: why are these people so insecure as to demand total control over other humans – some to the extent of craving a dictatorial status over all 7 billion Homo sapiens, as well as all of “nature”? This is irrational, and a true “mental illness”.

“Neurotypical  people (the hypersocial majority) love change SO MUCH that they try to eradicate or subsume any group of humans that are not exactly like themselves – WAR is the paranoid reaction to “others” whose beliefs and practices are unlike your own. Simple contact is often enough to trigger violent repression and elimination of the competition – “The Other” will pollute us, biologically, culturally, religiously.

Too often, what is presented as “frivolous or superficial change” is actually a thinly disguised and relentless effort on the part of the “social police” to fundamentally restructure the Asperger brain and behavior – this indoctrination is practiced on every  child and begins n the family; is pounded into children in school, and absolute cultural “instructions” produce culturally compliant citizens. Aspergers are a differently “put together” type of human, and this pressure to change is illogical and virtually impossible…and yet this religious notion of “conversion” persists. Neurotypicals are incapable of “empathy” – they cannot imagine or accept the validity of a “spectrum” of human truths.

Resist change? Here are the actual culprits: Neurotypicals!

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4 thoughts on “Aspergers don’t like change? / Who does?

  1. What the heck are any of you talking about?!
    Speaking in esoteric references and sophomoric conjectures isn’t going to help anyone but yourself when others are trying to understand what issues there are!

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  2. Also:

    War is a ***dominance move***, with the results of its successful prosecution being the victor become the ***Master*** – and the without-rights-whatosoever ***loser*** becomes the Master’s fully-controlled ***slave***.

    Note also: another name for slave is “Narcissistic Extension.”

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  3. Petty changes? Rearranging the furniture without reason or cause? Enjoying novelties for breaking boredom? Meh! If it ain’t broke and it’s good, don’t touch it. You might break it.
    Other changes: The grandgrand…ma you and I and all humans and all chimpanzees have in common (living about six million years ago) didn’t use fire. She was afraid of any fire she encountered. Couldn’t play with it. Any of our genus homo, distinct or not, had good reasons to fear fire. I keep up the hypothesis that it were outsiders/hyposocial humans that were curious and fearless enough to approach and handle the fire. Bringing much of a change. Not sticking to what the pack or mob uses to do.

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    • There were no neurotypicals before agriculture-urbanization. We are like “wild humans” – fearful, alert, analytical, focused on detail and highly aware of the environment. Intuitive- visual creatures continually “scanning” for danger or opportunity and making the most of insatiable curiosity (which modern social humans lack) to understand ‘how things work” – understanding is powerful because reality overcomes fear; the chaos of “social humans” is terrifying and not even “understanding” cures that. Instinct screams, RUN AWAY as far away as possible. LOL

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