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“Consanguinity” – the C-word that our rulers are terrified of ever using

What’s the most career-limiting C-word a politician or anyone in public life could use? No, it’s not ‘cnut’. It’s ‘consanguinity’.

The general definition of ‘Consanguinity’  is sharing the same blood line. However, it has more recently been mostly associated with the M*sl*m practice of marrying close relatives, especially first cousins. A study reported by the BBC found that in Bradford 55% of people of Pakistani origin were married to first cousins, compared to less than 1% of married couples nationally. Communities encouraging first-cousin marriages see them as a way of strengthening already tight family networks.

So, what’s the problem?

1. Birth defects

British Pakistanis are 13 times more likely to have children with genetic disorders than the general population – they account for just over 3% of all births but around 30% all British children with such illnesses

2. Low intelligence

Several studies show that children of consanguineous marriages have lower intelligence than children of non-related parents. Research shows that the IQ is 10-16 points lower in children born from related parents and that abilities related to social behavior develop slower in inbred babies.

In a study in India, IQ in inbred children (8-12 years old) is found to be lower (69 in rural and 79 in suburban populations) than that of the outbred ones (79 and 95 respectively). Another study shows that the risk of having an IQ lower than 70 goes up 400% from 1.2% in children from normal parents to 6.2% in inbred children.

3. Mental disorders

There is also evidence suggesting that inbred people have a higher risk of developing mental disorders particularly schizophrenia: “The closer the blood relative, the more likely was there to be a schizophrenic illness”. The increased risk of insanity among children of marriages between cousins might explain why immigrant patients are stressing the psychiatric systems of many Western countries. In the largest mental facility in Denmark, for example, more than 40% of the patients have an immigrant background

4. Low educational and professional achievement

Linked to the likelihood of lower intelligence and mental disorders is the risk of low achievement in school and in work leading to a growing and embittered group who will always try to find other people to blame for their own failure

In summary – one study concluded: “The occurrence of malignancies, congenital abnormalities, mental retardation and physical handicap was significantly higher in offspring of consanguineous than non-consanguineous marriages”.

first cousin marriages

Though any politician or academic even mentioning the C-word is likely to be hounded by the politically-correct brigade and probably lose their job and see their career destroyed (click on image to see more clearly). As I don’t have a job, I guess I can dare mention the C-word.

A rough estimate shows that close to half of all M*sl*ms in the world are inbred: In Pakistan, 70% of all marriages are between first cousins and in Turkey the amount is between 25-30%. Statistical research on Arabic countries shows that up to 34% of all marriages in Algiers are consanguineal, Bahrain – 46 %, Egypt – 33%, Iraq – 60%, Jordan – 64%, Kuwait – 64%, Lebanon – 42%, Libya 48%, Mauritania – 47%, Qatar – 54%, Saudi Arabia – 67%, Sudan – 63%, Syria – 40%, Tunisia – 39% and Yemen – 45%.

A large number of inbred M*sl*ms are born from parents who are themselves inbred – which greatly increases the risks of negative mental and physical consequences.

Is anyone beginning to see why there might be a bit of a problem with a certain group in the world today?

UN Arab Human Development Reports (AHDR) highlighted the lack of interest in science and human development in the M*sl*m World. The AHDR concludes that there have been fewer books translated into Arabic in the last thousand years than the amount of books translated within the country of Spain every year: “The Arab world translates about 330 books annually, one fifth of the number that Greece translates. The cumulative total of translated books since the Caliph Maa’moun’s [sic] time (the ninth century) is about 100,000, almost the average that Spain translates in one year”.

About 10 years ago a Labour MP bravely called for a ban on first-cousin marriages. But since almost no politician, academic or community leader seems to have been keen to use the ultimate C-word (consanguinity) and so this social and economic catastrophe has continued aided and abetted by those who we pay to protect us from such disasters

4 comments to “Consanguinity” – the C-word that our rulers are terrified of ever using

  • Keen Reader

    Another example of an ignorant culture imposing its primitive customs on a more enlightened society, which then has to pick up the tab for the consequences. It has been known for millennia that consanguinity results in the death or disability of offspring, hence the almost universal ban on incest. Our forefathers may have had no scientific understanding of genetics, but they knew that marriage with a close relative produced defective young. As far as we know, the downfall of the Ancient Egyptian dynasties resulted largely from the practice of the pharaohs marrying their own parents or siblings or children.
    For Parliament To refuse to debate this issue with regard to the UK’s immigrant community, with a view to outlawing consanguineous marriages, is blinkered in the extreme. It is also cowardly. But then, what else do we expect these days from the Great & Good who make the rules under which we all live?
    The brutal fact is that in their primitive native communities, the unfortunate products of consanguineous marriage live short, bitter lives, thereby effectively bringing an end to that particular non-viable genetic branch, whereas in the UK their lives will be equally bitter but will be prolonged for decades, at the expense of the UK taxpayer.
    It is fallacious of the lefty brigade to cite certain well-known successful marriages between first cousins as evidence of their benign nature. Do it once and you may get away with it if neither partner has a disastrous recessive genetic defect. to do it again and again, down the generations, each generation compounding the weaknesses of its predecessor, is a recipe for disaster. The Royal Houses of Europe were not a particularly healthy lot by the end of the 19th century.

  • NoMore

    Very enlightening and worrying. Again we are paying for our “leaders”‘ cravenness and stupidity. Easily solved by a Europe-wide blanket ban on 1st cousin marriages (with our 1% suffering to avoid accusations of “Islamophobia”.

  • this is a superbly researched article i posted a few lines on the on a previous article which mentioned inbreeding.

    What we and other Western country are engaged in is a gigantic experiment in Dysgenics.

    Last year a zoo in Sweden bumped off an inbreed Giraffe and Woborn Safari park a couple of inbreed lions.

  • ROY THOMAS

    The rule was set up some two thousand years before the Koran was written and can be found in Leviticus 18:6. No one is to approach any close relative to have sexual relations. I am the Lord. The rules are to protect us from the effects of incestuous activities. The evidence for the ills produced may be found in the hospitals in Bradford. The incestuous behavior of any nation will eventually destroy it. Some of us can learn from the pain that others feel from their own disobedience. Others construct gods in their own images and believe them and then they reap the due rewards of their folly.

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