How can you write that anyone despises clal Yisroel... It is just your perception but you cannot prove that it is a fact.I responded there -- check it out -- but I think I'll respond in a slightly different way in this post.
There is a famous old joke, unfortunately a little bit risque:
A man goes to a psychiatrist. To start things off, the psychiatrist suggests they start with a Rorschach test. He holds up the first picture and asks the man what he sees."A man and a woman making love in a park," the man replies.The psychiatrist holds up the second picture and asks the man what he sees. "A man and a woman making love in a boat."He holds up the third picture. "A man and a woman making love at the beach." This goes on for the rest of the set of pictures; the man says he sees a man and a woman making love in every one of the pictures.At the end of the test, the psychiatrist looks over his notes and says, "Wow! You certainly have a dirty mind!"And the man replies, "I have a dirty mind?! You're the one with the dirty pictures!"
There are good reasons for thinking that they are the unwitting messages of the facilitators. I have gone into some detail in the past on this. But to explain briefly, in many other cases this has been established -- for instance, where the autistics were unable to answer a question correctly when only they had been told the answer with the facilitator out of the room, but were able to answer when the facilitator knew. This undermines FC in general. Furthermore, similar phenomena have been observed here -- these Jewish mystical autistics have admitted that they can 'answer' before even hearing the question (but where the facilitator knows), attributing this to their soul knowing and speaking. This even before you get to hashkafic and halachic disproofs of these nevi'ei sheker.
This is simply the ideomotor effect, which also is manifest on Ouija boards, automatic writing, and dowsing. None of these are real. It is rather the subconscious expression of the one conducting it. Thus, the facilitators themselves are saying this, and expressing their deep feelings and beliefs, and attribute it to the autistics and, by extension, to God. They are looking at the inkblots, saying all sorts of nasty things. But this is just an expression of their own (meaning the facilitators') ill will, rather than an objective description of reality.