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  • [ – ] Adler33 reply I'm Autistic and fucking proud of it. HAIL VICTORY
  • [ – ] CrucifixA_ZorA_MagnificaT reply I am so glad you did a video on autism. My son was diagnosed with Aspergers, I wasn't diagnosed but I have always known to have it. I function well as a human but not in society, fitting in has always been a problem, in fact I never wanted to fit in. Schools have caused more heartache & misery than most could imagine, I would rather go through labour pains than the emotional & mental pain experienced from these institutions. Thank you Varg, I love you & regard you even more highly now finding out your beautiful wife is a highly functioning autistic.
    • [ – ] Nymph3aLut3a parent reply Same story here, apart from the fact that it´s difficult getting a diagnose for a adult woman here. I´ve learned to "cope so well" with this sick society that I got sick in another way. My son will have the advance, that I know he doesn´t have to fit in - because he´s not expected to play all these shitty games. All the best for you & your son.
  • [ – ] -Nikki-9- reply Very interesting. Although my knowledge on this subject is limited, I will be looking into it. I seem to experience all of the symptoms you mention here. I used to feel awkward when I was younger for being hypersensitive and not liking crowds, and parties etc. I'm very much a hermit, and I'm happy this way. Too much stimulus and people and I get really edgy and just want to get the hell out of there. Maybe I am a HFA...
  • nietzsche7 reply For a long time I have thought that I have some kind of ADHD or autism, derived οn father's side (based on my observations). I still don't have a proper diagnose though. Because I'm Nietzsche, I'll end this comment with: “Madness is something rare in individuals — but in groups, parties, peoples, and ages, it is the rule.”
  • [ – ] Arrav reply Stop taking showers.
    • [ – ] Gottfried parent reply is this a real thing? I only shower twice a week anyway.
      • [ – ] OpulentMiracle parent reply If you're compulsive about washing the natural grease off your body, you disrupt the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acid_mantle.
        • Wyrdin418 parent reply I used to shower everyday with no shampoo or soap, a slight abrasion to get accumulated city particulants off, but had no odour ...my girlfriend at the time couldn't work it out. I pointed out to her that ancient wild man didn't use soap, and if stinky, would have been easily picked off by predators... so why should this human!? I used to wear no shoes in those days, had thick hard massive shoe-like callouses on the underside of my feet (after 10 months of walking) ...could easily walk on sharp rocks, etc. A lot of human stench comes from bad diet, bad thinking, and people inundating themselves with chemicals that are supposed to clean them ...but diminish them instead.
        • Restless-Researcher parent reply I guess the first post by Arrav was referencing the April Fool's joke by Varg. Interesting indeed about the acid mantle you cited. Moderation also seems the key too, as you mentioned. Too much use of the strigil caused scaring even, what Emperor Augustus had according to Suetonius.
        • Gottfried parent reply Thanks, that's interesting
    • OpulentMiracle parent reply And stop using Triclosan soap, use the oil & strigil trick sometimes to clean yourself, and use your greywater for irrigation.
    • MasterCyconide parent reply That might not be a good idea.
    • HeirOfSauron parent reply Stop taking hot showers at least, hot showers are very bad for male fertility.
    • Arminius parent reply I take two showers a week, cold water, for a max of two minutes.
  • [ – ] TheWolfAmongSheep reply STOP USING ARTIFICIAL LIGHTING.
  • moguxol reply nice Nietzsche quote, he is one of my favourite philosophers and he is an inspiration in life for me. In the society we live in NOW, make Autism look like it is some kind of mental retardation problem. And i think society will keep considering Autism as retardation, which has totally nothing to do with retardation. Thanks for making this video!
  • Gottfried reply It's very painful then to live as an autist if you can't find your tribe. And none of us can in modern society. But that's reason to find a way out of modern society and into the forest.
  • OpulentMiracle reply Interesting theory. Maybe a video on this? It's somewhat related. http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/news/media/releases/newborns_exposed_to_dirt_dander_and_germs_may_have_lower_allergy_and_asthma_risk
  • [ – ] VELES reply Hm, I don't know much on the issue, but I have come across the stereotype of HFA myself. Unfortunately, I had a roommate like that, and I only figured it out once I was about to leave (in two months time) since I didn't really know much about autism, and I read up on it. So basically, the guy was obnoxious. He would be irritated by all little noises and lights, and also he wouldn't stop talking. What was even more annoying was that he was an indoctrinated socialist and globalist and you could not have a normal conversation with him. He wouldn't accept any logical counterargument, he would just change topics to spurt out yet another memorised argument or use ad hominem, leading me to assume that he wasn't very good at logic. And yes, it seemed to me that all of his arguments were memorised as he kept repeating them like proverbs, no individual input of his own. Whenever I pointed it out, he would also change topics. He also claimed that he would often read and memorise scientific articl...morees (probably without thinking about them, or how they might be bullshit), which finally made me realise he might have some sort of autism. And that is what I believed to be HFA - being able to remember a lot without being able to think on your own, without being obviously retarded.
  • Sectual reply You're my hero, Varg. Fascinating video. So true, I love you so much for explaining this. Thank you for sharing common sense truths and knowledge like this.
  • [ – ] EddieLeben reply Hi Varg, what are your thoughts on vaccinations..?
  • [ – ] staticmesh reply First!
    • staticmesh parent reply Also, I was diagnosed with high-functioning autism (although online tests say I'm "normal") when I was 12. What you describe in this video fits me to a T. I have no problems interacting with people close to me (my mental tribe, so to speak), but strangers I have nothing in common with? I don't want anything to do with them, and being around them makes me feel uncomfortable. I just hate how people view it as some terrible disability, and are quick to patronize anyone with it. I view it as more of a personality trait than anything.
  • JimGiant reply It's an interesting idea about autistic people being better adapted for a more primatve lifestyle and you create a strong case. Definitely something to think about but this only really applies to HFA/Aspergers. What about the severely autistic? I'd need some strong evidence to believe neanderthal DNA is responsible for autism too. Good food for thought though. ADHD is another "disorder" which wouldn't have been a problem in a more primitive environment.
  • Horsemumbler reply Do vaccines have anything to do with autism? Hell if I know. What I do know is that my brothers and I have never been vaccinated, I'm autisctic, and they aren't.
  • 10000bees reply I occasionally do IT work in school for my job. A lot of that is in special needs classrooms where autistic kids are kept. It's very sad to me. I see a lot of kids who would probably grow up to be normal, but they're being kept in classrooms with a bunch of kids who are screaming and barely functioning. These kids don't get taught very much, it looks like they're just playing with toys and doing easy stuff all day. Its sad. Today I would probably have a diagnosis similar to that and I wouldn't get as big a chance as I did when I grew up. I'm at least aspie or on the spectrum somewhere. Instead I had parents who taught me well and lots of opportunities to make mistakes when it came to socialization etc.
  • MagentaPixie9 reply Really great video thanks
  • Tomfxh reply Very inspiring Varg.
  • chartv reply im getting tested for autism and i really understand this video/like it. i agree with a lot of this.
  • ArcadeAlchemist reply autists are Unprogrammable rebels that can't be brainwashed by the mainstream media. HAIL GOD EMPEROR TRUMP!
  • chrishazfun reply For a short time I was prescribed with a form of Ritalin, this was soon after my parents found out that I was autistic, I took barely 1 pill every day to level out the output only to discover that it was just my personality that was being a little erratic at times, as soon as I stopped taking the Ritalin and given enough time, I'm now more happy with my current state and finally know what I want to do with my life. Autism is often looked at as something people should cloak as something else, so others wouldn't shun you for it, but now I've found it to simply be who I am, and I can't exactly change that anyway.
  • Valkyrian reply I have little knowledge of this so I have nothing to say. However, do you think you can make a video about the Wild Hunt? It is in almost every European folklore. In France it was called Mesnee d’Hellequin, from Hel, the goddess of the netherworld. In central France, the Wild Huntsman was known as the Great Huntsman of Fontainebleau. Some people call the Wild Hunt by other names: Woden’s Hunt, the Raging Host, Gabriel’s Hounds, or Asgardreia.
  • morty2203 reply its good to support... if there is an autist person in your community..dont try to make that person like u
  • kendrakane reply people with autism wouldn't survive long without the ability to visually scan and accuratly interpet non verbal threats.. I think people survived because they develop PTSD hyper vigilance. I read a scientific article that stated people may have become ADHD because of our ancestors always needed to be actively hunting. Hyper active hunter gathers . FAST, ACCURATE, CREATIVE. http://www.healthline.com/health/adhd/evolution
  • HatchetUlfhedinn reply I love you Varg
  • Chuck_Fulci_13 reply Wow! That is an interesting perspective on Autism...that makes alot of sense. I've never looked at it that way.
  • DarkTrees reply I have autism but luckily my parents never took me to a "specialist". I do not want pills or therapy to stop my natural thought processes. This video is so good that I want to tip again, but I will save that for if I access degenerate materials again ($10 next time, I will increase every time until I break free). Thank you!
  • Moe_Oeolycus reply Autism (or at least high functioning ones) just seems to be another way of saying "eccentric". We need more eccentrics and fewer herd dwelling grazers.
  • AquaLife reply Thank you very much for this enlightening video.
  • HermeticJung reply Very interesting perspective on it. I would even say autism is like the flu, a revolt of the psyche in response to society's degeneracy. Of course, this necessitates some sort of collective, heritable unconscious like Jung described. Great video as always Varg!
  • StolenMoment reply Autistics are mentally ill. Dance around that all you want. Victim craft.
  • Team_Xero reply Also, some random thoughts about school, school seems like a place that's for thinkers, people who question things. You basically sit around and copy stuff for 6+ hours, which some of the information could be false, due to outdated books, websites, etc. You don't get to learn what you want to learn, until college at least. I understand that it would require more funding for different classes, but at least give a few options. What does this have to do with Autism? Well, the state I live in puts people in special education, based on their label/diagnosis, not based on if they truly need it. I know, because I am one of those people. It's really bad when you're stuck in a room with people who can't hold intelligent conversations with you. As well as knowing you can't escape because the state says you can't leave unless you do homeschooling. From my experiences, most of school is for the sheep who follow and don't question anything. Special education is 10 times worse than normal...more schools with the whole follow everything and don't think for yourself thing, too.
  • Team_Xero reply Just gonna give some random thoughts here, I have Aspergers, was diagnosed sometime in Elementary School. I act normal around people I know. I joke around a lot when I'm with friends. However, around people I don't know, I tend to be extremely quiet, and easy to startle. Sometimes I find it hard to talk. But, when I get used to being around them, I start to be more open. I'm generally more open on the internet to my irl friends than I am in real life to them. Second, I also hate being labeled as a "retard," as many say, when I've told them I have Aspergers. It's ridiculous that people classify me as something that I am not. But, I do know that not all people are like this, some people are more understanding.
  • Blyga reply What's you opinion on Aspergers?
  • BlackMark reply But.. going with that logic vaccinating is good. Vaccines cause autism right? hmmm...
  • worldofsimulacra reply Varg, Greetings from a northern California heathen. Much of what you say about autism resonates and coincides with what I have found to be true both in experience and through my psychology research, and I think your Neandertal DNA hypothesis is definitely worth looking into further. I know specific genetic markers for ASD have been found, though whether correlates in the data with northern European ancestry have been established I am not sure. Having grown up in the rural midwest of America (where "mental health" was simply not acknowledged or believed in by the conservative Christian culture), I was never 'diagnosed' myself, just seen as a loner and a "weird" (haha) child who could not fit in well. My children all have strong autistic traits and my youngest does have an HFA/Asperger's diagnosis. You might be interested in checking out the paper I wrote for an Abnormal Psych class in my undergrad, about the German philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein who was most certainly an autistic geni...moreus and a man of extraordinary austerity and clarity of mind and speech. It is my own working hypothesis that his prolific writings on language, psychology, and the nature of reality are the best firsthand glimpse we have gotten into the nature of cognition and experience from an autistic point of view. Feel free to read or download it here: https://www.academia.edu/12340268/Genius_at_the_Cusp_of_Language_and_the_World_Wittgenstein_Autism_and_Philosophy Skål! David Boone
  • Wyrdin418 reply Very insightful and clarifying video! I've seen a number of supposedly deeply autistic children (when I used to mentor people), that had cleverly worked out how to play on their pandering and weak parents or carers - who'd ENABLE them to have it easy (more cunning and applying a workaround to situations, than actually having a disorder). I've noticed many of the "severely isolated in themselves" autistic people are in tune partially to the higher planes (most of them quite oblivious of that aspect of themselves), and are much distracted, developing odd ways of dealing with things that others don't acknowledge or notice ...eventually making a distinct separation inside themselves, and not remembering their spirit nature (those that held onto it) with repeated negative reinforcements to be more "normal". Personally, I refused to speak as a toddler, as the mind-space of everyone busily talking lacked the second-sight and telepathy - I was reluctant to be drawn into that reduction for the ...moresake of noise making communication and inclusivity. I noticed many autistic kids I've worked with develop a lack of empathy for other life forms - having themselves been defined and seen as mentally ill, their reluctance to interact with humans becomes part of their worn "disorder", and they start to distance themselves from all life so it becomes remote and less of a harrowing "in their face" experience... a gap between themselves and others becomes reinforced with many viewing them patronisingly as having "retardation". Those sensitives (termed as severely autistic) used to be taken aside and properly merged into the community by simple familie inclusions and broadening of lifefulness encompassment ...or if their hearts and spirits true, taken onto the seiðr path.
  • Alphonse_Pride reply this is not using the medical therm for autism. Varg this is absurd, Autists often DONT EVEN RESPOND. they are locked in their own world. you are absurdly talking out of your knowledge.
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  • SoulM reply REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
  • Postpartum_Depression reply I am autistic too.
  • ALDAVLOGS reply varg is one of the first vidmeers, what a lad
  • Bageltwister14 reply Varg, do you have any thoughts on Siener van Rensberg, the boer prophet?
  • wrj1 reply Interesting take on this topic. However, if we all were autistic, I am not sure that we would see much success in our tribes/communities. I think there needs to be balance in a tribe for it to work well. In some cases, an autistic tribal member with heightened senses and sensitivities could be very useful. But, would they be the best choice for tribe leader? Or to successfully launch an attack in battle? I think, that we should work harder to understand autism, and use that understanding to function and work together to enhance each other's lives. Learn from each other by looking at things through another's eyes so to speak. Good video Varg. You help me to look at this topic in a new and interesting way.
  • QuadrupleTee reply Ok, completely unrelated question here, and this is being asked on behalf of someone else. Do you have any advice or input for a British man with a mixed Irish/unknown African background who wishes to move to Ireland with the express purpose of starting a large family and making his gene pool more Irish? Thanks in advance.
  • [ – ] Getindor reply high functioning autism isn't really a problem but as somebody who's been around severe autism, it's most certainly a horrible disorder.
  • DanielDante reply Interesting point of view, however I think people are different, even people with autism. My son got autism/asperger and can not sleep without sounds, sometimes he can get obsessed with a noice. :) Something I agree with is that he is very very smart guy and justice for him is 100%, if someone treat him wrong he gets very very angry.
  • NaugthyNationalist reply Yay! i'm untamed
  • TheGoldenPathAwakening reply Okay, this does a HUGE disservice to vaccine truthers. Because Vaccines is the major cause of autism and many other ailments.
  • TheModernHermeticist reply Humans were not "meant" for anything, they are biological organisms which adapt. "Meant for" is a remnant of Judeo-Christian (and Aristotelian Natural-Philosophical) teleological thinking.
  • LYSERGICWORLD reply Today's medical experts diagnosis of autism is a bit different than this "natural" autism you speak of, im my opinion. There is a real corolation between autism and vaccines so perhaps today's medical experts are misdiagnosing autism with let's say "chemically induced" autism.
  • NumaOfSabine reply I do know a pure blooded Buntu African with severe autism but he was adopted by a white family friend at a young age, not sure if that has anything to do with it but it is the only African I have ever known to have it. I am happy for him though because if he grew up with his abusive birth mother in her village he would of been treated like a demon possessed child.
  • EclipsingR reply I have been diagnosed with aspergers syndrome. Meeting new people online seems to be easier to me than meeting people irl. Social interaction takes alot of energy. Especially when there's noise around which my mind likes to focus on at the same time. Classrooms are especially bad, all the pencil writing is really painful at times.
  • Nymph3aLut3a reply This is an interesting and refreshing perspective on autism. My youngest son got diagnosed a few years ago and since then I very much know I´m either also asperger or hfa, the testing for adult diagnosis are a joke here, I was tested with the testing set for 4 year old and got reassured that "I´m normal" LOL. Autism esp. aspergers explained so much of my suffering with this society and their ridiculous rules and games.... In the german alternative scene there is almost anyone connecting autism solely with vaccinations, which I oppose strongly. I see autism as a variation, a more healthy variation of the "normal" spectrum. Every human condition is now pathologic, sigh. Cheers.
  • Simjambel reply Thank you. This is a great video. My grandchildren are my world and they are just wonderful to be around. You are so right about the stimulation being too much for them. It's too much for me too. I had to share this with my daughter. Again,,, Thank You.
  • PeterKeller reply wow, only 1,217 views. About 50,000 people didn't make an effort to follow Varg on vidme. They have failed the loyalty test
  • AgallochFan reply I'm so glad this video wasn't about "the evil vaccines and how they cause Autism" because that argument has been thoroughly de-bunked by the scientific community and only morons (and celebrities wanting more $$$) believe in it; knowing Varg's disdain for modern medicine I was halfway expecting this. I wish to add that I too do not "fit in and function" in this modern society, but it's because of OTHER "diagnoses," so does that me more like my ancestors in a similar manner to what you are describing here Varg? I also have to point out that you may be sliding towards confirmation bias; eschewing the findings and illuminations of modern medicine when it doesn't fit your strictly minimalist and primal worldview, but embracing them when it suits you (of course you would want to paint Autism in a positive light anyway -- you're married to an Autist). What about other "disorders" of the mind though? Which ones of these could fall into someone's category of being thoroughly not only unusual, b...moreut also "undesirable" (to whatever "society" you are purporting to be the best type)? Further problems can arise when people start assigning MORAL and ethical qualities to these "disorders;" one with a general knowledge of the history of psychiatric/psychological "illnesses" and "aberrations of the mind" (as evidenced in the DSMV-IV, the same document your wife is using as a source of reliable evidence) can probably surmise what I"m talking about here without me having to be explicit. Overall a very thought-provoking video the basic premise of which I can even attest to (I used to work with HFA's in the public school system, and the ones I encountered were unusually intelligent), although I would be very interested for you to delve into this concept further and in different contexts because for me, it created more questions than it answered.
  • [ – ] Wotansvolk reply Varg first of all, Thanks for your vídeos, I have one question for you, what do you think about the "Flat Earth" and "Hollow Earth" Theories? It's an interesting theme, more if you are in the Thule society path. Greetings from a germanic brother :)
    • Restless-Researcher parent reply "Flat Earth" is obvious disinfo and shouldn't even need to be addressed. For what it's worth, I think the "Growing Earth" makes a lot of sense. See here for instance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJfBSc6e7QQ
  • [ – ] halafradrimx reply Which europeans are more likely to be european?
  • TheWolfAmongSheep reply Do you think Obsessive Compulsive Disorder could be seen in the same context?
  • DavidTeunissen reply This was very interesting I work with a autistic boy he is very wild he has 30 words to communicate with..also he has severe epilepsy..and hurts him self very hard and also other people and I very much wonder what the old people would have done our society wants to have this kind of people in society but most can't or even are so afraid of him that they Shit them selves.. I work for the antroposofie community what I think is a good way of dealing with this kind of cases. But as me I haven't read Steiner what means I don't fit in quite well we'll I don't fit in quite well and for the diagnosis..I call this generation generation diagnosed..Varg again you touched a very interesting topic.I have been as I told you before a degenerate I have used a lot of drugs in the past..mainly because a reaction and reject of society I don't wanted to confirm still not but no drugs any more no smoking growing partly my own food and this working what I do now provide for that I work 4 days in a row and f...moreree 9 where I can do what ever pleases me..mostly am in the forest there I just can be not a pagan not a Christian what I always rejected but using in the past drugs to full feed my need of spiritual practices..yeah what is autism good mind boggle
  • [ – ] WebNoob reply r u hiding the bodies in the back of the car tho
  • jischinger reply interesting perspective - thoughts on this? http://wp.me/p30mf-4o0
  • Heitorbraz reply Im sure i have autism but my family says im "normal" but i know thats not true.
  • oxaxe reply Interesting. Would be interesting to hear your thoughts on ADHD although it's probably mainly just medicalization. This quote from Wikipedia made me think about the relationship between autism, ADHD, and the modern world: "Although it causes impairment, particularly in modern society, many children with ADHD have a good attention span for tasks they find interesting."
  • RisingBird reply I like your perspective; however, I find holes to it. Maybe any one of you read these? https://sharylattkisson.com/what-the-news-isnt-saying-about-vaccine-autism-studies/ http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/3883853
  • MarkWhippy reply I agree with what you say, but I wouldn't say either one is more sane or more normal. Everything changes, life evolves and I guess non autistic people have just evolved differently than us. I did notice I felt more happy and comfortable when I was staying in a village environment a couple years ago. But I also like the city because I find it interesting to analyze people and city environments.
  • CorvusDargum reply I worknwith a buddy who has autism and I must say he is one of the smartest person I have met!
  • ALuzDeBaldr reply Varg, thank you for this video. My brother is 6 years old and he is autistic. He is a very smart boy, but he does not speak normally, just a few words and sometimes he cries a lot. But he is a very smart and lovelly child. Your words are something i wish to make some people understand but i could not explain properlly. I'll send this video for everybody who say austics are incapable.
  • HermeticJung reply Lol, I forgot what I named this vidme account. How funny that the first time I comment I happen to mention Jung.
  • Yellow_Mask_Dude reply I don't think I'm autistic I'm not sure, but I often get called autistic (probably because I have some things in common with autistic people), but apparently I should take it as a compliment when people try to insult me with autism. I would like to know if there is a reliable way to confirm if I'm autistic or not, because I've been wondering for quite some time.
  • [ – ] CHAZER2222 reply hi varg, nice video. what about the people that have severe autism and are punching wall and people and that have to be pinned down. is that part the the "spectrum" at what level you call someone "normal" the the autistic sense? someone that doesn't get sarcasm or someone that works hard and dosnt complain ect.
    • [ – ] ThuleanPerspective parent reply I explained that in the video. They are not like that because of autism. Read the blog post linked to in the video description.
      • [ – ] CHAZER2222 parent reply so is there a scale of some sort?
        • [ – ] ThuleanPerspective parent reply It has nothing to do with autism. Non-autistic people can be retarded too.
          • CHAZER2222 parent reply interesting, i was watching this video a while back about "real autism" https://youtu.be/yTU8WbTbZMI?t=55 Is this autism or something else even blended with a bit of autism. My friend says he has been "diagnosed" with autism but i have a feeling he uses it as an excuse to be strange, claims hes a furry ect. is this autism or something else.
        • ALuzDeBaldr parent reply I can't tell what defines the scale,but according to the doctors, my brother is "level 1", not a severe kind of austism. He just has some problems to speak and cries a lot, depending on what is happening around him.
  • OldCount74 reply Im not autistic but i feel the same in many ways: Contempt for superficial people, difficult to sleep with any kind of noise(not music),social apathy....im not worried at all
  • [ – ] lilith_manson reply Fact: autism is transmitted by the fathers. And in women it's less severe.
  • [ – ] lilith_manson reply My uncle has autism but I think he has a very severe case. He isn't able to have a normal life… I've asperger myself, as well as my father and other two uncles yet all of us are perfectly functional. Autism needs more awareness. They need to be helped!
    • [ – ] PeterKeller parent reply if someone understands, that civilization is nothing but a recycling network, then they wouldn't be able to have a 'normal" (civilized) life anymore, because it's not a life
      • [ – ] OldCount74 parent reply who wants to be "normal"?
        • [ – ] PeterKeller parent reply my point exactly
          • [ – ] lilith_manson parent reply He isn't able to go to work or study. He's 48 years old and lives with my grandmother. It isn't an issue of normality but rather of life quality and functionality.
            • [ – ] ThuleanPerspective parent reply Then he probably has other problems too, not related to autism.
              • lilith_manson parent reply Yes, I think that the trigger to his non-functionality was Christianity. He was indoctrinated by Christians so of course a fear of life developed. Those are the perks of living in a country where 91% of the people are Christian. Thanks for answering you're really an inspiration, Varg!
            • PeterKeller parent reply depends on what you consider to be "studying" and "work". If you think the only way to study anything is by going to a building and sitting behind a desk and listen to some teacher preach, by reading books etc. that isnt the only type of studying. I bet your uncle is able to chop wood and lift objects from one place to another, or other type of real life labour, that is also "work". "Jobs" and "employment" are a civilization symptom anyway
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