I will continue my fight for freedom and equality. I will not let anyone like you stand in my way!
That's the spirit.
I will only do a job that I want to do not a lousy job that I do not want to do.
Then you will likely continue to remain unemployed.
I am going to make more noise and complain about things that are unfair and unjust. I will continue my fight for fairness and equality.
Complaining incessantly isn't going to magically make a job appear out of thin air. You need to work hard to get somewhere, no such thing as a free ride.
I do not want to work as a security guard. No way am I paying $800 for a security guard course. I have no motivation to work as a security guard, it is not a job that interests me and is not my dream job. I am a Business School graduate and a Commerce degree was not enough to secure me a job that I wanted to do and interested me.
A security guard position for an intellectually disabled person with limited social skills and can not read body language or facial cues would not be able to cope with the job. My limitations severely restrict what jobs I am capable of doing.
You aren't getting it. You have to start from the bottom as you are currently on the bottom.
From there you need to work hard and work your way up to your dream job.
Get some motivation, seek professional help if you must, medication maybe.
As for your disabilities, they are just excuses, I see people with disabilities work all the time, and not just mild disabilities either... Individuals with down syndrome working the parks, building furniture, that sort of thing.
People unable to walk being a receptionist... A disability only prevents you from achieving something if you let it.