I'm Aspergers too, professionally diagnosed and all (Vanderbilt University psychiatrists and with the papers to prove it). I wouldn't wish it on the world. I wish no one else would have to suffer with it since it's such a colossal impediment on life. Now, if you're worried, Nazi-style Aktion T4 euthuanism is stupid and pointless and counter-productuve. But no one deserves to live the life of an autist, so cursed from the moment they are born. Cursed to be forever awkward. It's amazing so many autists found a way to prevent them from ending their misery. If this generation was the last to suffer from preventable genetic illnesses, that would be beyond ideal.
It's really sad you want to spawn more autists. They (potential lives) don't deserve it. No one deserves to be born into this world cursed from the get-go. I can't stand the idea of people being cursed from birth by their mental illness. Sure, I overcame my own birth curse, but too many autists end up like Chris-chan (a mockery of human life), or worse, like the numerous autistic mass shooters. How could you want to bring people like that into the world? Sure, they could be the next Tesla or Einstein, but also the next Lanza or Rodger. And the latter is sadly far more likely, even though most thankfully will kill themselves and not involve others in their misery. Or at best be like Chris-chan and make utter fools of themselves for the entertainment of others.
A curse from birth is horrible. It's the root of racism--being born black in American society was a curse. But that's why eugenics is good. If you're "killed" in the womb, you won't have to worry. People deserve the right to be born healthy and able to live to the fullest. Those who can't shouldn't be born in the first place and thus weigh down both the medical system (for the worst of the mentally retarded) as well as society itself (for so many others). Those people never lived in the first place, as did millions of others who would be worthy, productive individuals.
Richard Dawkins said it best: "Most people are never going to die because they are never going to be born. The potential people who could have been here in my place but who will in fact never see the light of day outnumber the sand grains of Sahara. Certainly those unborn ghosts include greater poets than Keats, scientists greater than Newton." Since we never cared about those brilliant poets or incredible scientists, we will never care about these random individuals who were never born (or even aborted!). Thus we can justify eugenics, since hopefully we can prevent the birth (and thus evil) of dangerous individuals. Surely we've already aborted an individual capable of more murder than a Cho Seung-hui or an Omar Mateen
Maybe. Technocracy has its appeals. But I wonder how suitable it can be in the end. In the end, people should just leave politics up to the experts. I leave a lot of things and ideas up to the experts, why not politics which literally defines the course of human history? I agree that democracy is "needed", but certainly guided democracy is best. Where you only have a choice between good and best, instead of nowadays democracy. Like 2016 US, where it's between worse and worst.