No, it's common knowledge that overeating causes diabetes, which is what your article suggests. The problem with your argument is that you're linking large overconsumption of specific types of carbohydrates with a completely generalized proposition that carbohydrates cause disease because obesity is even more heavily linked to overconsumption of carbohydrates (and food in general) than diabetes is. Massive overconsumption of literally anything is linked to negative health conditions.
I didn't bother posting any sources because it's common knowledge. You don't have to source that the sky may be blue.
But here's a Harvard medical source with 17 references that by extrapolation (if it causes some it causes some) supports my statement "a lot of disease in the world caused by these carbs not in the form of obesity"
Saying "carbs cause diabetes" is both incredibly oversimplifed and highly misleading.
If nobody was doing Atkins they wouldn't still have a company named "Atkins" 10 years after he died. I mean, are you attempting to argue that literally no money is being made off his name?
According to his BMI, he was obese, and BMI is about as in depth as 'calories in, calories out.'
The whole low-carb empire thing is insane.
First, most people who use Keto as a way of life are not following Atkins (most atkins products aren't even very good for Keto.)
Second, the real empire is the 'low calorie, high sugar' food industry. There is no Keto industry, shit, it's really difficult to find Keto friendly options outside, and they're certainly never marketed as such.
Walk into a supermarket and look at all the 100 calorie snack packs, and shit like that. That's the empire that is fighting to convince you that Calories in is what matters, and that the surge in diabetes is not at all related..