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Word of the day: consanguinity

Postby BenT » April 28th, 2017, 3:55 am

Holy cow, why have I never heard of this before?! Muslims are apparently some of the most inbred in the entire world. Not a slanderous remark, but an actual fact.

Check this video from Joe Rogan.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CxOlX7-6uww

It explains. So. Flipping. Much!

Here's an article to go with it:
https://en.europenews.dk/-Muslim-Inbreeding-Impacts-on-intelligence-sanity-health-and-society-78170.html
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Re: Word of the day: consanguinity

Postby MrMan » April 28th, 2017, 5:12 am

BenT wrote:Holy cow, why have I never heard of this before?! Muslims are apparently some of the most inbred in the entire world. Not a slanderous remark, but an actual fact.

Check this video from Joe Rogan.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CxOlX7-6uww

It explains. So. Flipping. Much!



The source they were citing didn't sound very academic. They cited statistics for 'inbred' people. What was the criteria? Just a one-generation first cousin marriage, or generations of it?

I don't think first cousin marriage should be illegal. The idea seems gross to me. I wouldn't want to have married my first cousin. But if it happens occasionally in a minority community, I don't think the government should outlaw it. I hear cousin marriage can accentuate positive traits as well as negative.

Jews tended to marry within the Jewish community at least until the last century. Can we really say they have lower IQs? Immigrants in Norway could have lower IQs due to reasons other than in-breeding. Marrying cousins isn't forbidden in the Bible and I can think of at least one example of it. So I'd imagine Judaism doesn't consider it forbidden. I don't know that European Jews made it a practice to marry their first cousin, and people could marry within the community, I suppose, without having too much of a problem with recessive genes. I have read there are some recessive genes disease issues among Jews, though.

Marrying a first cousin is a way for some peoples to handle issues related to the bride price. It keeps the bride price in the family, and they might be able to cut a more favorable deal with a first cousin. You'd think two unrelated families could cut a dowry deal where a son from each family marries a daughter from the other to save on dowries. You pay the dowry and you get the same amount back. It's a wash and cultural requirements are satisfied, aside from the expense of the food for the party. I hear some of the Arabs have first dibs on female first cousins they might want to marry.

I actually got adopted in to my wife's family as her, by cultural adoption, first cousin. But I don't care since it's not a blood relationship. She has some relatives who got paired off with cousins. Certain firsts cousins were traditionally considered candidates for marriage, but so were more distant cousins of the same generation. Some of the younger city dwellers in her people group think that's gross. She didn't want to marry her cousin. I know a couple of sets of relatives who married cousins on her side of the family. There could be more. One of them was a woman who had a child out of wedlock and was single in her 30's. They matched her with a cousin who got into his 30's without finding a wife and paired them up. They start suggesting that for the kids who don't find spouses on her own.
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Re: Word of the day: consanguinity

Postby Kradmelder » April 28th, 2017, 5:32 am

The kikes did get some effects from interbreeding. Hooked noses, tendency for money grubbing, tay sachs and some other jew diseases. Sooner or later they will breed kikes to be born without foreskins.

On the plus side they fixed high iq in their blood line.
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Re: Word of the day: consanguinity

Postby BenT » April 28th, 2017, 12:19 pm

When you consider who made up Muhammad's merry band of cut-throats, let's just say intellectualism wasn't cemented in their lineage and hasn't been for 1400 years.

To answer your question about how do they qualify the problem, the estimate is half of all muslims living are inbred. (Parents within first cousin range.) "Wikislam" doesn't even refute this: https://wikiislam.net/wiki/Cousin_Marriage_in_Islam

At some point, no matter how you consider human origins, we're all closely genetically related. But the problem is our genetic mutations don't easily disappear and compounding them can plague races for generations to come. Nobody wants to win the recessive lottery. And if low intelligence is something passed around the arab muslim world, it could explain their frequency of radicalization. And that's a problem for the entire world.
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Re: Word of the day: consanguinity

Postby Adama » April 28th, 2017, 5:49 pm

Kradmelder wrote:The kikes did get some effects from interbreeding. Hooked noses, tendency for money grubbing, tay sachs and some other jew diseases. Sooner or later they will breed kikes to be born without foreskins.

On the plus side they fixed high iq in their blood line.


That's a self aggrandizing lie. They are no smarter than anyone else. They have just repeated the claim so many times til people have come to believe it. It's not true.
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