People with Autism hate Jesus

The past week I have received countless hateful emails. Most are from the parents of so-called “retards”. Retardation is a sin and nothing more. Studies have clearly shown more and more children are being born with “autism” and this myth known as “down syndrome” now days. This is due to the fact more and more people are rejecting Jesus Christ.


I was born in 1936. I am the oldest of eight children. I am the uncle of 19. I’m the father of six and the grandfather of 13. Not one single child had a “learning disability,” was born with autism or Down Syndrome. That’s because we were raised to obey the Bible and God. Studies show less and less people are attending church regularly or consider themselves Christians. No wonder God is cursing us with retards.

(Clearly possessed by a demon)

James 4:7 – Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.”

If the parents of these children would accept Jesus and not the advice of some atheistic doctor, these demons could be cast out. Instead, we have parents raising evil brats who they spoil and label as “retards” to gain attention.

Mark 9:38 – “And John answered him, saying, Master, we saw one casting out devils in thy name, and he followeth not us: and we forbad him, because he followeth not us.”


Down syndrome is not a “disease” or birth defect. It’s clearly a sign of demon possession.


Full story taken from here

SANTA ANA – Anand Dalal sat in the second row of a Santa Ana courtroom Tuesday surrounded by friends but looking confused as his attorney entered a plea of not guilty on his behalf to a felony charge of battery resulting in serious injury.

Anand, 44, has Down syndrome and the mental age of a 7-year-old, according to police reports.

He is charged with pushing his 82-year-old father, Dileep Manubhai Dalal, in the kitchen of their Westminster home Saturday evening. Dileep and his wife Indira, 76, have cared for their son since his birth.

Dileep, who suffered stroke about two years ago and was weak and unstable on his feet, fell after he was pushed and struck his head on the hardwood floor, according to police reports.

He sustained a serious brain injury, lapsed into a coma and died the next day.

Anand was transported to a hospital on a mental-observation hold as investigating officers struggled to find a proper placement for him. Eventually, he landed in a Garden Grove group home, pending a review of his case by the Orange County District Attorney’s Office.

Deputy District Attorney Susan Price, who is assigned to the homicide unit, chose to file the battery charge instead of manslaughter or murder.

She explained to Superior Court Judge Erick Larsh during Tuesday’s brief court appearance that the “sole and only reason” for filing the charge was to seek the court’s assistance in monitoring Anand’s situation and to find a proper placement that is safe for him and the people he will be around.

Price said she will not pursue any type of punishment for Anand as a result of the prosecution.