Egyptian Men Have Erectile Dysfunction, Declares Local MP
Posted by addisethiopia on September 6, 2016
A member of parliament in Egypt created a stir among the public recently after his response to a question submitted to parliament regarding erectile dysfunction and sexual weakness in Egyptian men.
In response to the question, MP Ilhami Ajina told Egyptian media that “there are many signs to indicate that there is a situation of erectile dysfunction among the men. It is also proved by the increased use of sexual enhancement pills. It has become particularly obvious in the past five years.”
Ajina’s comments were covered by major Egyptian news outlets. Muhamad Alghayti, a reporter and anchor of a popular program at the LTC television station, sharply criticized Ajina for the remarks, which he claimed harmed the good name of Egypt.
“We are currently marking 150 years of the Egyptian Parliament,” said Alghayti. “Parliament has never seen anything like it – to submit a question on erectile dysfunction in Egyptian men. This is an issue for Parliament? This is what you’re dealing with instead of discussing the problems of your constituency?”
Alghayti continued in his rebuke of the Parliamentarian. “Where is your proof of these things? Have you performed a study on the matter?” asked Alghayti. The television host then told viewers that the same MP “asked once that men don’t bless one another with a kiss when they meet and asked that female MKs dress uniformly and modestly. That means your entire head is sex. This is what occupies you. You are simply perverted.”
Alghayti also noted that a different MP plans to submit a proposal to remove Ajina’s legal immunity because of the damage he caused to Egyptian men.
In another interview with an Egyptian television station, Ajina said his comments were not meant to degrade Egyptian men. “To those who were angry about my comments, I’m saying that this is a regular disease, just like diabetes and high blood pressure and there is no reason to be ashamed of a disease.”
The interviewer, the journalist Tamer Amin, replied that these comments were degrading “because a diabetes patient admits that he’s sick with diabetes but those suffering from erectile dysfunction wouldn’t announce it openly.” Ajina retorted that Amin had no reason to be angry “because I know that you’re among the fifty percent that are alright and that you’re a man’s man.”
In a different interview, when asked if he himself had problems with erectile dysfunction, Ajina answered, “I’m a man’s man, take my wife’s telephone number and ask her.”
Muslim Inbreeding May Be Genetic Catastrophe
A Danish psychologist warns that 1,400 years of inbreeding, marrying first cousins, may be wreaking havoc on Muslim intelligence, health and sanity.
A large part of inbred Muslims are born from parents who are themselves inbred, which increase the risks of negative mental and physical consequences greatly,â€ says Nicolai Sennels, author of the book Among Criminal Muslims and articles on the psychology of Islam and Muslims, in a Dec. 26 article in 10News.dk.
Combining his own research and several studies, Sennels says the genetic damage of such intermarriage, which is part of Islamic religion and culture since their prophet, Mohammad, allowed it, is causing lower intelligence (IQs), increased physical defects and greater incident of mental illness.
Almost half of Muslims worldwide are estimated to be inbred, with 70 percent of marriages in Pakistan, 67 percent in Saudi Arabia and 80 percent in Nubia in southern Egypt in consanguineous (blood-related) marriages to first cousins, to name just a few of the countries, he cites.
Special education costs for slow learners consume a third of the budget of Danish schools, and Muslim immigrants and their children have a very high rate of unemployment because of limited skills, he says.
Sennels draws broader conclusions. The limited ability to understand, appreciate and produce knowledge following a limited IQ is probably also partly the reason why Muslim countries produce 1/10 of the World average when it comes to scientific research, he says.
The lack of interest in science and human development in the Muslim World is also clear in the UN Arab Human Development Reports (AHDR). AHDR concludes that there have been fewer books translated into Arabic in the last thousand years than the amount of books translated within the country of Spain every year.
Although consanguinity is lower among Muslims in non-Muslim countries, BBC research recently aired showed 55 percent of Pakistanis in the United Kingdom are inbred, he says, adding that the Times of India reports British Pakistani children are 13 times more likely than the general population to have genetic recessive disorders.
In the article, which is filled with supporting research citations and was orginally published in EuropeNews, Sennels says perinatal deaths, some of which are due to genetic disorders, and mental illnesses, such as depression, schizophrenia and insanity, are higher among consanguineous Muslim immigrants than the general populations.
A legislative ban on first cousin marriages is a logical and compassionate imperative for both the Muslim world, for EU and our Western national governments, he concludes.
Schematic representation of consanguineous marriage rates worldwide. Only second-cousin and closer marriages are represented.