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Metazoxan wrote:


sinoakayumi wrote:

By experience, when such reports of disruption were reported about the autistic, it usually hide the fact that the autistic were being provoked by constant harassment and physical assaults by both the teachers and other students. Autistic children from Asian-American families were more likely to suffer from such abuse because of both the racism from the school authority and the trust toward the Western institutions by the immigrants. The autistic program in US schools usually take-in only white students with autism but some autistic students of Asian-American families manage to get accepted into the autistic programs. When the autistic Asian-American students get accepted, the white autistic students were spared from the bullying and abuse as the corrupt authority would then sponsor bullying and harassment against the autistic Asian-Americans instead of the autistic white students.

To make things worse, the Asian-American parents could never believe that the authorities in US could commit such horrors; they could not even believe that the authority can go unpunished for acts which "are supposed to exist only in the non-Western world". The immigrants parents are willing to believe in every lies by the school principle who manage the autistic program and blame all the school problems on their autistic child; when such abuse are exposed, the lying could further allow the principle to justify any of the bullying, physical assaults, death threats, and humiliation by the school against the autistic. The unfamiliarity with autism worsen the problem by making the lies more believable and might convince the parents into believing that their autistic child are misbehaving to gain either sympathy or enjoyment. The social liberals were always complaining about the horribleness of Donald Trump but it could never compare to the horrible acts from some people who manage the autistic programs in US before Trump`s presidency.


While it's true some teachers and students can be horrible that doesn't mean you should become paranoid and assume that for no reason.

You shouldn't be naive and think it can't happen but the opposite extreme is no better.

I know people with autism and while I can't say I've heard death threats they can be very uncooperative and disruptive so that much of what the school reported is true.

Also assuming the claim about dropping the charges is true the teacher wasn't trying to actually get the kid arrested she just wanted something to be done and there is no real reason to assume otherwise.

Besides they claim to be trying to focus on getting the kid some help not just locking him away or anything. How well they do that is certainly a question but there is no reason to automatically assume they aren't at least trying.


BTW as for me the "special needs" program in my area has been quite helpful so while there are bad ones there are also good ones. Granted we are white, but not everyone is a racist prick.


I am aware that only some special needs programs could have this abuse and that only some white people are racist but I emphasize the autistic programs with this horrible abuse for a reason. I was furious over the fact that the Western liberals would market the Western nations as ‘great’ and ‘loving’ to immigrants when the children of immigrants could receive such terrible abuses on the special needs programs of Western schools even when such abuses occur in only some of those special needs programs. Such dangerous people are even director of an educational board in Canada which is supposed to be the friendliest nation to immigrants.

Many immigrant parents have high hope for their child’s future in the Western nations and they are horrified to learn that such dangerous people could be principle of any Western schools with special needs children. Brexit and Donald Trump now prove that such horrible people could have power in the Western societies but many immigrants could not believe in this idea a few years ago. The fact that the abuser could even manipulate the Chinese Canadian parents into supporting the gang violence and death threat in the school against their own autistic child in the name of ‘discipline’ is extremely outrageous. Family love is the most important value in Chinese culture and a Chinese parent will wish for the future of all their children regardless of the child’s disability or deeds.
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Kind of weird to see someone with autism act out in violence. Usually they just keep to themselves. My youngest brother is on the autism spectrum and despite being bullied (we put a quick stop to that), he tends to just avoid confrontation. Still, like my brother, he should've been evaluated and given a special teaching program if this was going to be a problem.
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I get he has autism and assault charges I think is a little too far since he's ten but he does need to be disciplined. ISS for a while since OSS is like a reward and anger management classes or some kind of therapy to help him manage his actions.
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