Twenty Percent of All Child Deaths in London Borough Caused by Inbreeding

Daily Stormer
May 17, 2017

I always LOL when I read about dead sub-humans

Can you imagine what we’d be doing today if the kikes hadn’t sabotaged our countries with communism, “diversity,” sexual degeneracy and all the rest of their crap? Cities on Mars and on the ocean floor, hover boards, painless dentistry, the cure for baldness, immortality, robot butlers with Vincent Price’s voice  – and we gave it up all up because we were afraid of being called “racists.”


A new report from the London Borough of Redbridge has revealed almost one in five of all child deaths in the area since 2008 were down to their parents being close relatives.

The statistic was discussed at a meeting of the Redbridge Council Health and Well-being Board on Monday, with the matter of child fatality being raised.

The council’s report found between 2008 and 2016, 19 per cent of child deaths in the borough were caused by infants being born to “consanguineous relationships” — marriage or otherwise sexual relations between couples who are first cousins or closer.

The recording year of 2009-10 saw the highest number of child deaths in the period. Of all deaths in that year, the second greatest cause was “chromosomal, genetic or congenital abnormalities”.

Kikes and their cuck and darkie minions love calling poor or “politically unreconstructed” Whites “inbred” and “counsin-fuckers,” especially Whites from the American south and sometimes from eastern Europe.

But the truth is our race is, by far, the least inbred of any two-legged form of life that walks this planet.

The truth always favors our race

The Ilford Recorder reports the remarks of Child Death Overview Panel Chairman Gladys Xavier who told the meeting there were ongoing education programmes targeting Asian communities in the area to address the prevalence of incest, which the paper referred to as a “continued problem”.

The council has also asked local schools to emphasise the teaching of genetics to children.

“Today’s lesson is about chromosomal crossover, so they’re more excited than usual.”

Concerns over consanguineous relationships in Redbridge focus around particular communities in the borough, with the report stating the practice “is most common among Pakistani communities”, and the same pattern can be observed in Redbridge.

Of all child deaths in the area in the time studies, nine per cent were to Pakistani ethnicity parents and were the “result of genetic complications arising from having related parents”.

Despite the attempts to reach out to these communities, there was a concern the educational drive was falling on deaf ears.

Councillor Joyce Ryan told the board meeting: “Although everyone is battling hard at this it is something that some communities struggle to accept and sometimes do not want to accept.”

Yeah, you keep on trying, I’m sure it’ll work eventually. Meanwhile, I’ll be in a corner weeping for what could’ve been…

We could’ve had this. Think about it.’