30 August 2007

National Geographic: "Redheads set for extinction"

article from the Courier Mail:
"PETER Beattie, Nicole Kidman and Michael Voss are. So were William Shakespeare, Christopher Columbus and Queen Elizabeth the First. But the future doesn't look bright for people with ginger hair. According to genetic scientists redheads are becoming rarer and could be extinct in 100 years. The current National Geographic magazine reports that less than 2 per cent of the world's population has natural red hair - created by a mutation in northern Europe thousand of years ago.

Global intermingling, which broadens the availability of possible partners, has reduced the chances of redheads meeting and so producing little redheads of their own. Although it takes only one red-haired parent to produce ginger babies, two redheads obviously creates a much stronger possibility. Some experts warn redheads could be gone as early 2060, but others say the gene can be dormant in the reproductive system for generations before returning.

National Geographic says the gene at first had the beneficial effect of increasing the body's ability to make vitamin D from sunlight. However, today's carriers are more prone to skin cancer and have a higher sensitivity to heat and cold-related pain."(source)

This is an important article because it exposes the real outcome of the "international" movement: the destruction of the world's cultures and differences. Thus, this article is "dangerous" because, indirectly, it calls into question the value of "diversity education" and the social engineering agenda, which teaches individuals not to have a preference for their own culture or kind.

Still, notice how the article blames "global intermingling" for the disappearance of redheads; in reality, the "multikulti" agenda, pounded into the head of every child, is also responsible, because it has messed with the natural attraction a person of Celtic descent, for example, has to one of their own kind. Furthermore, note how the article makes redheads sound like a piece of outdated farm equipment...and suggests that their disappearance might not be so bad after all. Can you imagine, in this day and age, what would happen if someone made a similar remark about curly-haired Africans, slant-eyed Asians, dark-skinned Arabs or dark-haired Hispanics?



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