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      Depression, Mental Health and Crisis Support   Depression and other mental health difficulties are common amongst people on the autistic spectrum and their carers.   People who are affected by general mental health difficulties are encouraged to receive and share information, support and advice with other forum members, though it is important to point out that this exchange of information is generally based on personal experience and opinions, and is not a substitute for professional medical help.   There is a list of sources of mental health support here: <a href="http://www.asd-forum.org.uk/forum/index.php?showtopic=18801" target="_blank">Mental Health Resources link</a>   People may experience a more serious crisis with their mental health and need urgent medical assistance and advice. However well intentioned, this is not an area of support that the forum can or should be attempting to offer and we would urge members who are feeling at risk of self-harm or suicide to contact either their own GP/health centre, or if out of hours contact NHS Direct on 0845 4647 or to call emergency services 999.   We want to reassure members that they have our full support in offering and seeking advice and information on general mental health issues. Members asking for information in order to help a person in their care are seeking to empower both themselves and those they represent, and we would naturally welcome any such dialogue on the forum.   However, any posts which are deemed to contain inference of personal intent to self-harm and/or suicide will be removed from the forum and that person will be contacted via the pm system with advice on where to seek appropriate help.   In addition to the post being removed, if a forum member is deemed to indicate an immediate risk to themselves, and are unable to be contacted via the pm system, the moderating team will take steps to ensure that person's safety. This may involve breaking previous confidentiality agreements and/or contacting the emergency services on that person's behalf.   Sometimes posts referring to self-harm do not indicate an immediate risk, but they may contain material which others find inappropriate or distressing. This type of post will also be removed from the public forum at the moderator's/administrator's discretion, considering the forum user base as a whole.   If any member receives a PM indicating an immediate risk and is not in a position (or does not want) to intervene, they should forward the PM to the moderating team, who will deal with the disclosure in accordance with the above guidelines.   We trust all members will appreciate the reasoning behind these guidelines, and our intention to urge any member struggling with suicidal feelings to seek and receive approproiate support from trained and experienced professional resources.   The forum guidelines have been updated to reflect the above.   Regards,   The mod/admin team
Kokujoh Sayaka

We should create our own country.

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If you're bored right now, think about it. We always complain about how bad the others treat us. Maybe having our own country, our own rules and an education system will make a difference in our lives.
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Autismland is a royalist democratic party in World Aspergers' Organization.
Autismland is a member of the World Aspergers' Organization and the World Aspergers' Organization's Royalist International.

 

Programs
  • Welfarism.
  • Backing up the Descendants of Hans I (Dr. Johann "Hans" Friedrich Karl Asperger) to the throne.
Positive aspects will be:
  • Royalism.
  • Reformism. Building onto the British know-how and institutes.
  • A Western welfarist monarchy modelled after Great Britain.

 

Symbolism
  • The infinity mark symbolizes the sovereign Autist state.
  • Royal colours, the dark red and gold symbolizes the Royalism.
  • The Anglican Bible verse quotes a part of Malachi 3:10 from King James Bible, as a symbol of the welfarirm and the British model.

 

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Why go for a royalist set-up rather than a democratically elected head of state? What if none of Hans Asperger's descendants want to do the job, or are any good at it? Is it really fair to subject anyone to such expectations?

Look at the damage caused to the current heir to the British throne: 

Prince Charles, a victim of monarchists' cruelty (originally written in 2003, prior to Charles's second marriage)

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On 2018/7/17 at 7:57 PM, Aeolienne said:

Why go for a royalist set-up rather than a democratically elected head of state? What if none of Hans Asperger's descendants want to do the job, or are any good at it? Is it really fair to subject anyone to such expectations?

Look at the damage caused to the current heir to the British throne: 

Prince Charles, a victim of monarchists' cruelty (originally written in 2003, prior to Charles's second marriage)

 

Ew, I don't like this article... The writer doesn't show any sympathy for His Royal Highness Prince Charles about His incompetency...
The monarchism is not about competency anyways. This is why "The Sovereign reigns, but does not rule".

 

On 2018/7/2 at 6:20 PM, Aeolienne said:

What if none of his descendants want to do the job, or are any good at it? Is it really fair to subject anyone to such expectations?

 

Good point. Maybe we will wait patiently for Their reconsidering?

 

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On 2018/7/17 at 7:57 PM, Aeolienne said:

Why go for a royalist set-up rather than a democratically elected head of state?

To be honest, I don't really understand the point of the "democratically elected head of state"... What is their meaning of existence? Why do Republicans not accept Monarch but "democratically elected head of state" is okay?

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4 hours ago, Kokujoh Sayaka said:

  

To be honest, I don't really understand the point of the "democratically elected head of state"... What is their meaning of existence? Why do Republicans not accept Monarch but "democratically elected head of state" is okay?

In the words of Republic (the campaign for an elected head of state for Great Britain & Northern Island):

Do we need a head of state?  Yes, absolutely.  The job of head of state is important and it needs to be done by someone who is genuinely independent of the government and above day-to-day party politics.  That can't be the Queen, because all she can do is what she's told by the Prime Minister. And it can't be the Speaker of the House of Commons either, because he's already got an important job, but one that's not independent of MPs.

Most of us are so used to the Queen as head of state that we often assume the way she carries out the role is the only way it can be – or should be – done.  So people often ask, as she doesn't do much why not just get rid of the role altogether?  Yet an effective head of state – one that’s separate and independent from the government and MPs - can play an important role in a parliamentary democracy.

Do we need a head of state?

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