|Does this look like a man who|
cares about children?
On one hand, Lowell Hubbs acts as if he cares about autistic children. He parades around claiming that his entire motivation is to "save" these poor defenseless, innocent children from being injured by vaccines (even though he has zero scientific evidence to support the idea that vaccines have anything to do with autism). Yet on the other hand, we have witnessed how he claims to have first hand knowledge of children being the victims of sexual abuse, yet when asked why he hasn't contacted law enforcement he fabricates an excuse that the alleged perpetrator of these crimes is somehow connected to the FBI and thus is immune from prosecution. When asked why he hasn't contacted the media, a children's rights organization, a different law enforcement agency, or even one of his Senators to report the crimes, again he is only able to respond with excuses.
As if that isn't bad enough, Lowell registered on a the Aspies For Freedom website - a website intended for those people with autism, aspergers, or other similar conditions where they could share stories, interact with one another, and work towards common goals of increasing understanding of autism spectrum disorders. So when Lowell decides to post a message on the website, is it one formed from compassion and a sincere desire to express how he cares about people with autism? Nope. Instead, Mr. Hubb's posts messages telling the other posters on the website that they are wrong and that he knows the true cause of autism.
Mr. Hubbs also goes on to actually mention me specifically as he incorrectly assumed one of the posters was me (unfortunately for Mr. Hubbs, I do not have an account on that particular website nor do I know anyone who does), and of course what Lowell Hubbs post would be complete without some accusations of hit men, claims he knows how to reverse or "cure" autism, or that someone else "hacked" his account and posted under his name.
Where have we heard some of this before?
However, when it becomes clear that Mr. Hubbs can't convince others of his conspiracy theories, and when it becomes obvious he is putting up a rather poor showing, does Mr. Hubbs withdraw or remain silent? Nope. Instead Mr. Hubbs requests - or rather DEMANDS - that his account be removed so the website won't show up under a google search of his name. Yes... don't let anyone ever say Mr. Hubbs isn't a classy guy.
As bad as that might sound, it actually gets worse. Mr. Hubbs actually refers to the posters on that website as a "[b]unch of patsies and people who cant think or use common sense" and in a follow-up comment as "[p]atsies and fools". Keep in mind many of the people posting on that website are actually autistic and/or have been diagnosed with aspergers. In fact several of the posters who were responding to Mr. Hubbs admitted right there on the forum that they are in fact autistic, so we can see first hand the level of compassion displayed by Mr. Hubbs towards those who have autism spectrum disorders.
Feel free to read the whole saga here: http://www.aspiesforfreedom.com/showthread.php?tid=18703&page=1
So as it seems, Mr. Hubbs proclaims to care about autistic children and always seems to act as if he has a sincere concern for their well being, but once those children turn into adults it seems Mr. Hubbs no longer cares and instead is willing to call them names.
Does this sound like a man who is really concerned about autism, or does it seem that Mr. Hubbs couldn't care less about those who have been diagnosed with autism? Is it possible Mr. Hubbs is only concerned with children and once those children turn into adults he stops caring? What type of sick mentality uses a disorder like autism to get closer to children when it is obvious he has ulterior motives?
One thing is for certain and that is Mr. Hubbs doesn't really care about people nearly as much as he pretends he does. It begs the question if Mr. Hubbs doesn't really care about those with autism, why does he pretend to care about autism itself? If you are so focused upon the condition that you forget about the person... what purpose does that really serve?
It seems if you or a member of your family have been diagnosed with a condition that falls within the autism spectrum, you would be well served to keep your distance from Mr. Hubbs, because the real Mr. Hubbs isn't nearly as nice and caring as the fake persona he tries to present to young people.