by Age of Autism
October 24, 2020
L Italia s ‘e’ desta. Italy has awakened.
Non sai parlare italiano? Non preoccuparti. Not able to speak Italian? Don’t worry.
The tone of this video from Naples will be perfectly clear. The very word first word you hear, is the only word you need to hear – BASTA! Enough. We know Americans can protest and even riot – we’ve seen plenty of it all summer. But will we have the Italian coraggio, if forced to shut down again?
Thank you to Alina A for sending the video and this report:
This video is taken on the streets of Napoli , Italy.
It is a reaction to an official communication from the governor of Campania ( the region of which Naples is the capital) , De Luca. He states that the situation is unsustainable and before it is too late he wants to lock down completely the region for 30/ 40 days. In his public statements De Luca keeps on spreading fear and says that he will request the total lockdown to be extended to the whole of Italy. The demonstration is a peaceful gathering of an enormous number of Neapolitans and people from the region of Campania , coming together saying“ Basta! Enough! We know you are lying. intensive cares units in hospitals are empty! We know it s flu season. ! We are not confused any longer! “Of course the charge of the police in riot gear transforms it all and all takes an uglier turn.
Age of Autism is published to give voice to those who believe autism is an environmentally induced illness, that it is treatable, and that children can recover. For the most part, the major media in the United States aren’t interested in that point of view, they won’t investigate the causes and possible biomedical treatments of autism independently, and they don’t listen to the most important people – the parents, many of whom have witnessed autistic regression and medical illness after vaccinations. Age of Autism does all those things, and more.
They believe that autism is the defining disorder of our age, man-made and therefore preventable, and that it points to the truth about other problems that beset us, from ADD to asthma to Alzheimer’s. They address those issues as well, along with exposing the special interests, bureaucratic inertia, and medical malfeasance that perpetuate denial and suffering.