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if stu doesn't go too alan partridge over this they will move on to their next target soon enough. patience and understanding are abandoned there once they scent a viable target. sure, he's a bit of an oaf but hardly josef mengele.. the question is, will this experience make stu maybe examine his own ignorances at times or will it just make him a bit reticent to voice them so publicly? i hope it's the former

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I cannot believe some of the comments on here, a lot of you should be ashamed of your selves. Autistic children are a gift, they live in the real world, not in your world of bigotry. As an person who used to employ people, to see the comments posted on this thread disgust me, as one post previously stated look at your selves on a Friday or Saturday night, great example for children or relatives. I would think that looking at some of these comments and applying for a position in a new job, if you could be identified you would stand no chance. This is the real world, families cannot pick their perfect child, blond, blue eyes, do well at school, be popular, what I can tell you is that any parent who has the opportunity of giving birth would welcome any child and love that child/children with all there heart. Remember autistic people can read, I have plenty of friends who have special needs, the enjoyment, pleasure, loving, commitment, ability, they bring to a family cannot be measured. Some of you need to get off that bigoted vehicle you are on, then again, I think you only do it to bring attention to your worthless life. Maybe if you got off the forum and went and seen the real isle of man you may have a different opinion, then again I doubt it. Have a nice evening.

Jolly well stated.

Its much more challenging to expose bigotry then to merely seek to silence it.

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Doesn't surprise me. I stormed off here a month or so back when he took the piss out of the mentally handicapped and it was too close to home as I had already said I had a child affected.

 

Not to mention your own mental handicap & MPD.

Thanks. I'm now done here for good. Swoopy2110 said it much better than me. But it's seems to be that only a bunch of pricks hang out here and I really don't care what any of them think from the posts made here in the last month or so. It seems any voice of opposition to anything has been eradicated in the run up to the election. Even anyone who objects to Peters and his Stone Age attitude to people with special needs.

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To be fair, there was no bigotry in the FB quote, just a simple statement that parents should control their children. What has followed has been some pretty offensive stuff, but how much of that is real bigotry?

 

There is also a bit of a fine dividing line between children who are just untamed and those who really do have challenges. Generally, those who do have challenges are often with parents who care very deeply on how to socialise and modify their children's behaviour. Those who have untamed kids couldn't give a damn.

 

Most, if not all, people will generally recognise a truly disadvantaged child and will give them a great deal of latitude - but, in truth, those children aren't disruptive just not following the norm. Whereas, we will all recognise a disruptive child that has no parental control, no sense of place in the order of things. They are usually accompanied by parents who pay very little attention nor care just what the child is doing or who is being affected by their behaviour. The response being that the child has some non-definable 'issue' such as ADHD, whereas we all know it is because the parents cannot be arsed.

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If it is diagnosed, then the parents will have been given coping techniques and strategies. They will be the parents who can be arsed, so no reason to disagree.

It seems to me that one person saying "sorry" and meaning it is more dignified than 10 people trying to offer up excuses for one persons crass comments. I wasn't referring to this thread either - as I came here having read IOM &P where the thread is, to be fair, worse and more aggressive than it is here.

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Doesn't surprise me. I stormed off here a month or so back when he took the piss out of the mentally handicapped and it was too close to home as I had already said I had a child affected.

Not to mention your own mental handicap & MPD.

Thanks. I'm now done here for good.

 

Oh Christ here we go, another new monika on the way. You really need to get help Pierre, you're giving the mentally handicapped a bad name.

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