of my friends in America is pregnant for the fourth time. She has
just been for her 20-week scan and was looking forward to knowing the
sex of her next baby. However the hospital refused to tell her,
saying they no longer did so as people could sue if they were wrong.
My initial thought was “Stupid Americans! Why don't they just get
the parents to sign a waiver? Surely waiving isn't too much exercise
in Luton (amongst others in the UK) have also undertaken a
non-disclosure policy but their reasoning is slightly more
clandestine. In a heavily Asian area, the sex of the child is the
cause of many terminations. Asian families are keener to have male
progeny and an ultrasound showing no winkie would often lead to an
abortion. Birthing pools are becoming increasingly popular for Asian
families. It leads to a more relaxed delivery for the mother and is
convenient if a girl pops out.
'gendercide' (when parents abort according to the sex of the child)
is on the increase with a rapidly growing population of Asians in the
UK. To many it seems the lack of a Y chromosome is viewed as a
genetic defect. There's the old joke about the Indian guy going to
the hospital for the scan with his wife saying “I can't wait to
find out what we are having - a boy or an abortion!”
is relatively uncommon with Caucasian British parents but a massive
problem amongst the Chinese and Indian cultures, as well as others
like Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, South Korea. It is estimated
that an astonishing 100 million girls have gone missing from Asian
countries in recent times. That's over half the population of
Pakistan and there's a lot of those fuckers!
many as 12 million female girls from the expected population
disappeared in India in the noughties. Naughty naughty indeed. Up to
20% of female foetuses over there are aborted, but shockingly many
are dumped or drowned.
Herodian cull of the innocents in the womb is a 'relatively' new
revival of an old plague. It is only since the advent of ultrasound
that people have been able to banish the disappointment of nature in
the womb. Ultrasounds and subsequent abortions for sex selection have
been banned since the mid 90s in India and China but are rarely
enforced so are about as useful as a cloakroom attendant in
disposing of the evidence after birth, was a tolerated crime in these
countries in the past and is still prevalent now although modern
technology has lessened the need for this heinous deed.
the highly patriarchal India, the cost of a wedding and dowry is
about £25000. Typically, incompetent call centre workers with fake
English names earn about 10% of that. It is effectively like taking
on a mortgage for each girl. No wonder so many are prepossessed.
families have an incentive to have a son as their one-child policy
would mean their family name dying out if they have a girl. Not
entirely sure if that applies to pandas though - that would certainly
be a boo-boo.
2020 there will be a surplus of 60 million Indian and Chinese males,
outnumbering women by 20%. Contextually that's the entire population
of the UK pottering around looking for someone to make them a cup of
tea. 2020 sounds far from perfect.
Chinese city of Lianyungang has the highest birth ratio in the world
with 163 boys to 100 girls. Imagine how hard it is to pull there!
so few females on the shelf, women are obviously in high demand and
there aren't enough to go around as Indian and Chinese girls aren't
as slaggy as English girls. Mail-order brides have to be shipped in
from other countries to negate the shortfall. No wonder so many
Indian men come over here to “steal our women”. Dating websites
are finding themselves homes to many desperate Indian men scouring
for a chance of happiness. Not too long ago, a well-known dating
website claimed they had too many women. I bet they don't in India or
may think that the absence of a few women would liven the dating game
up and force the guys to raise their game. It actually creates a
detrimental effect with a surplus of unmarried, violent young men. In
China these men are called “bare branches”, an ever-increasing
dangerous subculture blamed for many problems. These offshoots have
no one to shoot off in and seem more interested in shooting others
selection is proving to be a contraceptive against overpopulation. If
left to nature, it wouldn't be that unusual for a family to have 3 or
4 costly girls before popping out a boy. If gendercide wasn't
possible there could be hundreds of millions of extra people on this
planet already, with more to come from their offspring – in fact we
would be looking at an additional world population of 2-3%.
does make you think to the future. Imagine what will happen when
science makes it possible to decide on the sex of your child? Women
could become a rare breed indeed. Alternatively, think how
interesting the world would be if the reverse was true and there were
150 women to 100 men? And imagine the outrage from liberal groups if
science makes it possible to predict a homosexual from their genes
rather than growing up being influenced by Glee.
I'd like to keep the women and I'd like to keep the gays. But which
is better? There's only one way to find out – bitch
fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiggggghhtttttt! Go on, the girls!