Questions You Should be Asking the World Around You
Skimming Google for inbreeding stats, the sites that came up the most were Quora, Yahoo answers, a handful of obscure blogs, and an article by the NyTimes. Quora and Yahoo answers are useful for kitchen guides and self help tips, but not for science or biology.
The NyTimes is fake news so I skipped it.
A couple of other things popped up…
This one was horrific. In some places, Norway stealing Lithuanian kids to fulfil some clandestine plot by some sick twisted eugenicist, could in certain circumstances, construe the practice of human trafficking. But that’s not my focus for this evening. Maybe I will write about that at a later date.
On the second page of search results, this little gem popped up. Semantic Scholar dot Org. Interesting. It’s a PDF, and I hate clicking on PDF’s from the wild.
But whatever, shields up, antivirus activated!
This was a study done in 2009. Notice that Norway has a 0.7 rate of consangiuneal marriages? I guess that article about Lithuania was a lie. Oops?
Saudi Arabia 39.7
Now why did I list these countries specifically? There are four countries which are having internal conflicts about the topic of immigration. Japan, Sweden, Australia, and Germany.
The governments in these countries are saying that immigration will prevent inbreeding. The citizens aren’t buying it, and so they’re fighting back through social media. We don’t get to hear about any of this because well, the media is bought and paid for, and they’re hooked in to this international scam of forced migration. It’s too bad that Germany wasn’t included in the study up above, but it makes a minimal impact to what I’m trying to say.
The immigrants are coming from all the other countries listed above. Notice the high rates of consanguineality in places like Bahrain, and Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Afghanistan, and Sudan, etc. etc.
To prevent inbreeding, they’re shipping in immigrants from places with high rates of inbreeding? It doesn’t make sense.
This is a map that I found on the number 1 search result on Google. It’s a map of countries with the highest rates of cousin marriages.
Obviously this isn’t the big picture, and there are a lot more factors to be considered when arguing the case for restricting immigration. But it helps me to think, and it helps anyone looking for information in case they were Japanese, German, Australian, or Swedish citizens. Good luck out there!
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