We can see more evidence of the dangers of micegenation and the destructive nature of the negro gene as it enters a gene pool of peoples by looking at what has happened to the Roma culture. Commonly known as Gypsies. Across India, race mixing occurred thousands of years ago and the Indian group known as the Roma or Gypsy were formed. They had no roots or community and wandered from country to country, finally settling in Bulgaria, Romania, Slovenia, and across Europe. The gypsies have no work ethic and believe in living off social welfare programs like many American blacks, and through stealing which their culture supports.
The Indian caste most effected by the negro gene – the Dalits or Untouchables – also have the darkest skin.
When the researchers overlaid the closest matches of the Gypsies onto a genetic map of India, the highest density was in areas dominated by India’s “doma”, “scheduled tribes and castes” – the low caste dalits or untouchables who suffer widespread and generational discrimination and usually do society’s dirtiest jobs.
The researchers believe the descendants of today’s Roma gypsies in Europe began their westward exodus first to fight in wars in what is today Punjab between 1001 and 1026 on the promise of a promotion in caste status.
Later, they left to flee the fall of Hindu kingdoms in what is today Pakistan, with many setting off from near Gilgit.
The Hindu kingdoms fell when their population became greater than 40% negroid, just as America is falling today at the same admixture. Simply stated, a nation cannot survive a 40-50% underclass that does not contribute and that also follows a high reproduction strategy. This is even more pronounced doom for welfare states and one of the reasons why America is hopelessly in debt and endlessly taxes its once productive citizens squeezing out endlessly more and more to pay for the ever growing Dalit class in America – which is blacks and Mexicans and Indian derived races.
There is such a vast literature on Gypsies and their problems that Dr. Čvorović writes of a scholarly “Gypsimania.” She notes, however, that most of this literature is “characterized by the absence of a general theory and lack of empirical basis to most theorizing.” Dr. Čvorović herself applies life history theory and the r/K continuum pioneered by E. O. Wilson and applied to human populations by the late J. Philippe Rushton.
High fertility is the central element of the r reproductive strategy and it is the strategy found in all negro blooded people including the Roma, but it has disadvantages: low investment in the many children that are born, shorter life spans, more high-risk behavior, lower IQ, and a shorter time horizon. The K strategy characteristic of Europeans involves a sacrifice in number of children in order to allow for greater investment in each child; it is associated with higher IQ, long-term planning and an ability to delay gratification. Dr. Čvorović notes that Gypsies and Europeans differ consistently in terms of r/K.
Total fertility rates are currently below replacement for all European countries. In the former communist countries, total fertility fell to between 1.1 and 1.4 children per woman by 2000, the lowest of any region in the world. In nine European nations, the average age of a European woman at first marriage has now passed 30.
Gypsy girls, on the other hand, traditionally marry between the ages of 14 and 17. Pregnancies are one week shorter than among European women, and children are smaller at birth–both biological traits associated with a high-fertility, r-type reproduction. Dr. Čvorović does not provide an overall estimate of current Gypsy fertility, but gives local figures: 3.0 children per woman in Bulgaria, 3.03 in Serbia, 3.12 in Hungary, 3.2 in Bratislava, 3.3 to 3.7 for “some” groups in Romania, 3.9 in Croatia, and 4.3 in Eastern Slovakia. Both the Gypsies and the problems associated with them will multiply in the coming years. The Minister of Education of one unspecified EU state reports that already “in his country, every third child entering school is Roma.”
Gypsies suffer from the drawbacks of the r strategy. Their life expectancy is low; only 2.7 percent of their population is 65 or above, while the figure for the EU is 17 percent. Their high fertility and low life expectancy combine to give Central and Eastern European Gypsies a median age of 20.5, a figure “comparable to that of the poorest African or Asian societies.” Particularly striking are the ratios of children to old people. Whereas among the declining Europeans there are only 92.1 children (age 15 or younger) for every 100 people age 65 or above, among Gypsies the figure is 1,343.
White women would have 3 children each as well, but in captivity they refuse to reproduce. And as our nations become more and more slave gulags run by the jewish bankers and oligarchs, some nations have made the horrific mistake of turning to endless immigration to fill the gap. That lets them keep their slave state and still have a growing population. And soon welfare use increases to the point where it exhausts the society. Already America is on the edge of collapse for millions.
Gypsies’ relatively short lives are plagued by health problems. According to UN Development Program documents, child mortality among Hungarian, Czech and Slovak Gypsies is at twice the level of their host populations. In Romania, the ratio is between three and four to one. In Bulgaria in 1989, as communism collapsed, the ratio reached six to one.
Cardiovascular diseases, often brought on by obesity, are the most common cause of death. Gypsies are also reported to have high levels of hepatitis, tuberculosis, skin diseases, and Type-2 diabetes. Many smoke and eat a great deal of fat. Poor hygiene leads to parasitic and contagious diseases. Marriage among close relatives means a high proportion of recessive syndromes, and Gypsy mothers often resist efforts to vaccinate their children.
Dr. Čvorović is an expert on Gypsy IQ; she wrote four papers on Serbian Gypsy IQ with Prof. Rushton. She reports that the highest national IQ for Gypsies is 85 in Slovenia, comparable to American blacks. Other figures are 83 for Slovakia, 70 for Serbia, and 60 for Romania–this last figure is among the lowest recorded for any population, anywhere.