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Who is really wrecking the NHS and social services?

(Wednesday blog)

Welcome to Crapistan

Let’s start with a nice picture:

And here’s some of the text that went with that picture:

Over 82.5% of parents in Pakistan are first cousins, 6.8% are blood relatives, 6.3% belong to the same caste and family, and only 4.4% are married out of their families.

A lot of international studies carried out in different parts of the world have also confirmed the hazards of consanguineous marriages and have suggested a comprehensive ban on cousin marriages across the globe. However in Pakistan, ignorance, caste superiority and complexes are main hurdles in the way of reducing the number of cousin marriages.

The study says that there is a 20 percent chance that the children can acquire a genetic problem. The data also shows that the infant mortality risk is higher (over 1.2%) in first-cousin marriages and in terms of birth defects, the risks rise from about 2% in the general population to 4% when the parents are closely related.

Talking to Pakistan Today, Dr Aslam Khan said a human being carries gene mutations which are recessive (hidden) and when families interbreed, these mutations could become dominant and may start showing more expression in the population. “But when a population has a small gene pool the gene mutation can become more frequent,” he said, adding that in consanguineous marriage, disorders which include blindness, deafness, skin diseases, and neurodegenerative conditions become more common”.

This all comes, not from some rabid Izlumophobe, but from the respected Pakistan Today newspaper.

Now let’s move to Britain

While some babies born of first cousin marriages die soon after birth, of the inbred babies who do not die right away, a large number of them have so many physical and mental disabilities, that UK taxpayers are forced to bear the costs of caring for these genetic freaks for the rest of their lives.

Medical data previously suggested that while British Pakistanis were responsible for 3 per cent of all births, they accounted for 30 per cent of British children born with a genetic recessive disorder or illness. Muslim children in certain areas are 13 times more likely to be born with recessive genetic birth defects than non Muslims due to a tradition of arranged marriages with cousins:

BBC investigation in Britain several years ago revealed that at least 55% of the Pakistani community in Britain was married to a first cousin.

Medical evidence shows that one of the negative consequences of inbreeding is a 100 percent increase in the risk of stillbirths. One study comparing Norwegians and Pakistanis shows the risk that the child dies during labor increases by 50 percent. The risk of death due to autosomal recessive disorders — e.g., cystic fibrosis and spinal muscular atrophy — is 18 times higher.

Risk of death due to malformations is 10 times higher. Mental health is also at risk: the probability of depression is higher in communities where consanguine marriages are also high. The closer the blood relative, the higher the risk of mental and physical retardation and schizophrenic illness.

And then there are the findings on intelligence. Research shows that if one’s parents are cousins, intelligence goes down 10-16 IQ points. The risk of having an IQ lower than 70 (criterion for being “retarded”) increases 400 percent among children from cousin marriages.

Multi-cultural impoverishment?

So, who is really wrecking the NHS and social services?

Is it old people who are living too long after working and paying taxes all their lives? Maybe? Or maybe old people are healthier than they have ever been and aren’t as much a strain on the NHS and social services as the progressive liberal elites like to suggest?

Is it the morbidly obese? Observing some of the fat whales waddling around ASDA with their trollies full of crisps and burgers, one could see that they are certainly a burden. Though on my recent visits to hospital, the fattest people I saw were the hospital staff.

Or is everyone afraid to point the finger of blame where it really should be pointed – first-cousin marriages – because to mention that would be waaccissst, and Izlumophobic and divisive and supposed ‘hate speech’?

6 comments to Who is really wrecking the NHS and social services?

  • Stillreading

    There’s a very good reason why incest has instinctively been prohibited in almost all cultures since homo sapiens evolved on earth as a separate species. No need for modern genetics, although it does explain scientifically the link between mating with a close relative and foetal abnormality. It can be assumed that early in human development such a link was observed and appropriate conclusions drawn. The culture which perversely ignored it was the ancient Egyptians, whose royalty repeatedly mated with fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers, sons and daughters until they became so weakened that they were no longer able successfully to reproduce. Even today in Western culture abnormalities, developmental anomalies or tendency to subsequently to succumb to specific diseases during life appear to be associated with having been born into and mating within certain island or otherwise isolated communities, where opportunities to extend the gene pool are limited. To choose for so-called “Religious” or “Cultural” reasons, in a developed society where genetic advice and counselling is freely available, repeatedly to conceive and produce severely handicapped or disabled children, who will need life-long care, is not only perverse, it constitutes downright cruelty to the unfortunate beings who will be condemned to lives of mental and/or physical inadequacy and pain.

  • William Boreham

    And of course, they marry their first cousins that live back in Pakistan to ensure even more sneak in to overwhelm our NHS and Welfare services. A letter I recorded a few years back: I was Head of Immigration at the British High Commission in Islamabad from 1996 to 1998 Nearly 15 years ago, my colleagues in the immigration section in Islamabad tried to introduce basic tests in English run by the local office of the British Council but were deemed to be racist for even making the suggestion.
    It is perfectly easy to learn English in Pakistan – the language is widely used and spoken, and daily newspapers are even published in the language. But we continued to issue “Settlement” visas to spouses who had hardly any knowledge, and no incentive to learn because they were all sucked into ghettoes in the larger towns in Britain.
    The consequences are there for all to see: a needless alienation from this country.
    The response of the Commission on Integration is too late in the day.
    And this from Douglas Carswell MP: News that America is to impose travel restrictions on Pakistanis who hold British passports should come as no surprise. Last summer, I got the Government to admit it had no clear idea about the number of passports given out each year in Pakistan. Instead of complaining, the Foreign Office should stop the uncontrolled handout of British passports overseas. Their failure poses a threat not only to Americans, but also to us.

  • Mark

    I remember seeing a BBC program on this year’s ago. The famuly in question had nurses going around yo the house daily and the family were even provided with a minibus. I remember thinking the only thing they did not mention in this vicimathon was how much it all cost.
    I bet that tv is buried in the archives never to see the light of day.

  • A Thorpe

    The NHS is a socialist institution and it is socialism that is wrecking its own creation, helped by democracy. For most of the 20th Century the size of the state has been growing alarmingly throughout the West. Up to WW1 taxation was around 5% of GDP. Now it is approaching 50% and debt is reaching unsustainable levels. This is because of the increasing amount of welfare which in a democracy will always increase. Give the voters the right to access the bank accounts and that is what they will vote for. Before the welfare state families had more children because they were needed to look after the elderly. The creation of state help resulted in a declining birth rate and constantly increasing demands for welfare. Now we do not have enough younger people to provide the welfare services, hence the need for immigration to make up the difference. The NHS is a monopoly with no way to opt out and like all monopolies the costs are not controlled and the standard of service declines. It will not end well.

  • KissMyCrumpet

    Gillette Now Including Free Manly Side Bag With Every Purchase
    January 15th, 2019

    BOSTON, MA—As part of its new ad campaign designed to target a new, more sensitive American male, Gillette announced Tuesday that the company will be giving out a free manly pink side bag with every purchase while supplies last.

    The bag will reportedly contain a copy of The Feminine Mystique and instructions on how to treat any toxic masculinity you may have come down with. To get the free bag, you must spend at least $20 on a Gillette razor or other hygienic product and mail in your man card to the company.

    “We want to appeal to the modern man,” Gillette spokesperson Beau Petite said. “So we’re offering this extremely manly, attractive side bag for a limited time if you buy one of our really manly razor products.” Petite said the side bags have many great uses. “You can store a little concealer or blush for an afternoon touch-up, your coin purse, a pair of spherical objects. Whatever you want.”

    Gillette’s promotion reportedly launched with a whimper, as few men wanted the “manly side bags” for some reason. The company has said it is regrouping and considering offering a free man bun hair tie with every purchase instead.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/gillette-now-including-free-manly-side-bag-with-every-purchase/

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