Unbelievable Hate Mail Written To Family Of An Autistic Child

Unbelievable Hate Mail Written To Family Of An Autistic Child

Many of you may have seen this by now as it’s making waves on the web, but it’s important enough that we should all share it to show just how ugly human beings can be, and perhaps remind ourselves to be a little bit nicer in general. Above is a picture of an anonymous letter that a neighbor apparently wrote to the family of a 13-year-old autistic child.  It was slipped under their door on Friday in Ontario, and the grandmother of the boy received it. It’s almost so incredibly terrible that I’d like to believe it’s fake, and that a person couldn’t possibly be so mind-bogglingly rude, ignorant and vile. The scariest part about it is that they’re supposedly a parent, meaning they’re raising and guiding a young person with their blatantly damaged moral compass. If this is in fact a real letter that someone actually sat down, wrote, and delivered then that’s a truly disappointing notion. Not only that they shared it, but that these are actual thoughts someone had in their narrow, moronic mind. TC Mark

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  • http://anarchyforchristians.com marksebert

    Reblogged this on The Spanking Myth and commented:
    This is about as low as you can go. This letter which has been circling social media and now the blog world is one of the most disheartening ones I have come across. Just as this blog post by Thought Catalog suggests, I hope it is not true. What is worse is that this letter was written by someone who is a parent. So now these poor kids are going to be taught and molded by someone who is just so despicable. Let us be kinder today! Let us love and be loved. Let us stop with the violence and hate! This world must be left in a better state than when we left and it is everyone’s responsibility to make their world a better place. Let us respond to this letter by doing something good for those who handicap and hurting. If not that at least a random act of kindness. This type of wretchedness can only be countered with love.

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