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The decline of radical autism & the Rise of the Autistic Dark Web

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Jonathan Ferguson (Wallace Runnymede) is a PhD candidate at King’s College London (Russell Group). He has been published on a number of important freelance outlets, including Times of Israel and Being Libertarian. He is a founding member of the emerging movement known as the Autistic Dark Web. This is a loose coalition of critically minded autistic people who oppose the relativism, nihilism, entitlement and victimhood of mainstream autistic identity politics. Jonathan’s books can be found on Amazon, as ‘Wallace Runnymede.’ And he has recently had a poetry book published by Sad Press too. At present, his income is partly dependent on his Patreon account. He welcomes engagement at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


In the 1960s, two major civilizational value shifts occurred in Western countries. Postmodernist intellectuals shifted our traditional political and moral values away from objectivism, towards subjectivism. This means that the truth is all about what you feel, rather than having any real compelling objective weight and force. You’ve probably seen a lot of sanctified idiots whingeing about how they have a ‘right to an opinion,’ or even saying ‘this is just an opinion.’ We all know, of course, that opinions are not worth very much; because an opinion, when all is said and done, is merely that. An opinion. Nothing more.


Socrates and Plato noted that knowledge and opinion are two very different things.


And how right they were!


Stating that you have an ‘opinion’ is merely an excuse to assert something, without providing a reason. Mere opinion, in Greek, is ‘doxa.’ Whereas knowledge is ‘episteme.’


Aside from the move away from objective truth, the Western elites moved away from universalism to relativism. Instead of the classical view that what is right in London is right in Lhasa, and what is wrong in Jerusalem is wrong in Geneva, right and wrong came to be purely matters of context. Cultural diversity, religious diversity, theological diversity, sexual diversity…


Everyone is equally right; so presumably, also, nobody is right at all any longer. If differences are generally positive and generally require to be ‘celebrated,’ as though being different were somehow meritorious in itself, then the natural consequence of this is a policy of outright denialism and negationism of right and wrong in any remotely meaningful sense of the word.


Enter Neurodiversity.

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How long will it take before neurodiversity ends?

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The neurodiverse movement is already on the floor and has not made much of an impact of society.`

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