View Full Version : Analysis claims majority of babies born in Paris are black
05-23-2010, 07:52 PM
In France, ethnic statistics are forbidden.
But they left a flaw in their system: drepanocytosis is a genetic illness that only affects Blacks.
Today, a map showing the "risk population" for drepanocytosis has been published: thus, the "Black population".
This is the first time ever that we have such ethnic statistics in France.
05-23-2010, 08:05 PM
Terrible, but at least they know the truth
Here in Bulgaria the ethnic statistics are forbidden due to politically correctness
05-23-2010, 08:20 PM
Doesn't that include North Africans also? Cause its present in non-Negroids too if I'm right. I think that would make more sense if putting Negrids and non-Negrid Africans together in the statistics, otherwise it seems to be too high still?
Compare with this map:
People who are heterozygous (Aa) for sickle-cell trait also have moderately good resistance to malaria because some of their red cells are misshapen and deflated, but they rarely develop the severe life threatening anemia and related problems typical of homozygous (aa) sicklers. Those who are homozygous dominant (AA) produce normal red blood cells, which makes them excellent hosts for malaria. Therefore, in falciparum malarial environments, nature selects for heterozygous sicklers. At the same time, it selects against homozygous sicklers and people who produce normal red blood cells.
Its related to the endemic Malaria and spread even in populations with close to zero Negroid influences by the force of natural selection.
So I guess they included Algerians and Near Easterners.
Still its bad enough, since its definitely about non-Europeans primarily, but not necessarily black, especially not fully black - mixed ones for sure too.
But more informations could enlighten us in this question.
05-24-2010, 01:17 AM
Yeah, probably was 'Africans' in the original French and got translated as 'black'. Also in Britain sometimes they refer to muslims such as Pakistanis as 'black'
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