1. Muslim Inbreeding Study. [Many
The massive inbreeding in Muslim culture may well have done virtually
irreversible damage to the Muslim gene pool, including extensive damage to its
intelligence, sanity, and health. It is estimated that close to half of all
Muslims in the world are inbred. In Pakistan , the numbers approach 70%. Even in
England, more than half of Pakistani immigrants are married to their first
cousins, and in Denmark the number of inbred Pakistani immigrants is around
40%.The numbers are equally devastating in other important Muslim countries: 67%
in Saudi Arabia, 64% in Jordan and Kuwait, 63% in Sudan, 60% in Iraq, and 54% in
the United Arab Emirates and Qatar .
According to the BBC, this Pakistani, Muslim-inspired inbreeding is thought to
explain the probability that a British Pakistani family is more than 13 times as
likely to have children with recessive genetic
disorders. While Pakistanis are responsible for three percent of the births in
the UK, they account for 33% of children with genetic birth defects.
... Other negative consequences of inbreeding include a 100 percent increase in
the risk of stillbirths and a 50% increase in the possibility that a child will
die during labor. Lowered intellectual capacity is another devastating
consequence of Muslim marriage patterns. Research shows that children of
consanguinous marriages lose 10-16 points off their IQ and that social abilities
develop much slower in inbred babies.The risk of having an IQ lower than 70, the
official demarcation for being classified as 'retarded,' increases by an
astonishing 400 percent among children of cousin marriages.
In Denmark, non-Western immigrants are more than 300 percent more likely to fail
the intelligence test required for entrance into the Danish army. The ability to
enjoy and produce knowledge and abstract thinking is simply lower in the Islamic
world. The Arab world translates just 330 books every year, about 20% of what
Greece alone does. In the last 1,200 years of Islam, just 100,000 books have
been translated into Arabic, about what Spain does in a single year. Seven out
of 10 Turks have never even read a book.A lower IQ, together with a religion
that denounces critical thinking, surely makes it harder for many Muslims to
have success in our high-tech knowledge societies.Only nine Muslims have ever
won the Nobel Prize, and five of those were for the 'Peace Prize.'
According to Nature magazine, Muslim countries produce just 10 percent of the
world average when it comes to scientific research (measured by articles per
In Denmark, Muslim children are grossly overrepresented among children with
special needs. One-third of the budget for Danish schools is consumed by special
education, and anywhere from 51% to 70% of retarded children with physical
handicaps in Copenhagen have an immigrant background.Learning ability is
severely affected as well. Studies indicated that 64% of school children with
Arabic parents are still illiterate after 10 years in the Danish school system.
The immigrant drop-out rate in Danish high schools is twice that of the
Mental illness is also a product. The closer the blood relative, the higher the
risk of schizophrenic illness. The increased risk of insanity may explain why
more than 40% of the patients in Denmark's biggest ward for clinically insane
criminals have an immigrant background.
2. Explanation for the origins of the
Aborigines in Australia [Africa?]
As far as Africans are concerned, the Australian Aborigines, Trobian
Islanders and Melasesians are all part of the protohistoric African Diaspora.
However, what we have is not a mere migration of people to Australia but a wide
'Black belt' that circled the tropical, subtropical and temperate zones even
before the 'evolution' of African migrants to Europe and Asia and the gradual
change due to climatic adaptation into Caucasiod and Mongolod (sic) 'races'.
...there are cultural traits found in Africa that are also found in Australia
and Melanesia, India and other places.
For example, the boomerang was a common weapon for hunting small game in Africa
.. [a fact that may mean Australian Aborigines and Native Africans interacted].
Cave paintings in the Sahara which was wet during that time show hunters with
boomerangs as well as bows and arrows.
Another cultural trait is skin scarification. This is common in Africa as well
as Melanesia and perhaps Australian as well. [
The language spoken by Australian Aborigines have characteristics in the suffix
and prefix forms that are identical to African languages .. particularly the
Mende language family, which was once widespread throughout the Sahara and was
spread to India by Blacks who migrated to India in protohistoric times.
The Aborigines are related to a number of ethnic groups in Africa. Among them
are the Tibbou, who have characteristics identical to Aborigines, others are the
Nagas, who are spread from West Africa to Sudan to South Arabia all the way east
to Indo China. The Nagas are Blacks of the Negro type.
3. A Common DNA Characteristics of
Vikings and Jews.
Researcher Marc Buhler believes he has tracked down the source of a genetic
marker shared by individuals with Jewish and Viking ancestral origins. The
marker in question is a mutation that may be an inherited shield against AIDS.
Buhler believes the genetic marker came to Scandinavia when Swedish Vikings
visited the [northeastern area of the Black Sea] area between 800-1000 CE, and
was distributed to Ashkenazi Jews when many of them left Germany after a 1350
bout of plague and traveled east, mingling with the Jews of the Khazar region.
He says that a previous study indicated the incidence of this marker in about
one in three Ashkenazi Jews and one in four Icelanders.
Detective work solves a genetic mystery
25 July 2003
by Alison Handmer
Sydney PhD candidate Marc Buhler believes he has tracked down the source of
an inherited shield against AIDS, an allele of the CCR5 chemokine receptor,
which is shared by many people of Jewish and Viking ancestral origins.
Mr Buhler made headlines with a talk at the recent International Congress of
Genetics which examined why one in every five Caucasians appears to have a
common ancestor who carried the allele, a 32-base deletion mutation of the CCR5
He believes the person with the original mutation lived around 800AD north-east
of the Black Sea in the ancient Kingdom of Khazars, where the upper class became
Jewish around that time.
The allele was carried to Scandinavia when Swedish Vikings came by river to the
area between 800 and 1000 in search of Arab coins. Later, Ashkenazi Jews are
thought to have come into contact with the allele when they left Germany after
the Black Death in 1350, some travelling east to join their Jewish cousins in
Mr Buhler, who works at the Institute for Immunology and Allergy Research within
the Westmead Millennium Institute, has been researching the incidence of the
gene in Australia. He genotyped the CCR5-delta32 allele in 807 Australian
Ashkenazi Jews and 311 non-Jewish Australians, and found the allele in one in
four Ashkenazi Jews, and in one in three [Jews] with grandparents from Russia,
Poland, Austria, or Czechoslovakia.
A previous study had also found about one in three Ashkenazi Jews to have the
allele, along with about one in four Icelanders.
He is also interested in the influence of smallpox, which is likely to be
involved in selection for this allele, plus the influence of HIV and autoimmune