Tuesday, 17 January 2017

(139) Eventually FGM develops into outbreeding

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Assumption 275: Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is a religious instrument of African cultures, which will likely develop into outbreeding societies, just because they are no notorious inbreeding cultures like Islam. But until now inbreeding cultures made much more progress in their outer layer of religious endogamy, where males and females have about the same rights to choose an Islamic partner.

Assumption 276On leaving Africa inbreeding cultures likely entered a harsh desert like environment in the Levant or on the Arabian Peninsula, which changed sexual culture and religion dramatically. Desert life facilitated rigid cultures with order and regularity needed for inbreeding across generations. In later period increased tribal density caused to enlarge the number of inbred bodies to outnumber neighbouring hostile tribes with reincarnated ancestors. A regular society and the need for population growth were impetus for the notorious incubator farms of family semen which are still characteristic for nowadays Islam.

Assumption 277The last possible origin of cousin marriages lies in the Arabian Peninsula about 50,000 years ago, where first human families (mtDNA =L3N) could not exchange fresh juvenile females with other tribes and desperately had to find new formulas to exchange females within just a few families. This measure from the time derivative of sexual culture might have become instinctive 'religion' for Muslims.

Assumption 278: About 40.000 years ago Homo sapiens (mtDNA = L3N) returned from the Arabian Peninsula and Europe to North Africa, where they developed as Berbers or Imazighen.

West- and Middle African Negro cultures are not especially known for sexual decency and lack of promiscuity. Often males are unfaithful and have sexual affairs. This we call genetic diversity, what is quite natural in outbreeding cultures. But here we speak about a culture where only males can make this choice. 

While busy messing around, fathers cannot keep an eye on their daughters. That's why FGM must be seen as an instrument preventing uncontrolled outbreeding by females, since it is known females guard genetic diversity in nature. This means FGM did not arise in an inbreeding culture.

Also it is clear males sometimes want to choose their partners from other tribes. It is just like Islam where Muslims can marry non-Muslim women. But if African females would do the same then male hegemony in tribes gets lost.  Males would lose tribal self identity and tribes would dissolve into exogamy. 

So, even if there is no inbreeding, male tribal identity plays a major role in Sub-Saharan cultures. 

We conclude the difference between Islam and FGM is extremely thin. Only must be said, exorbitant tribal endogamy, marriages within the family causing lots of autosomal recessive disorders is not common in most Sub-Saharan tribes. And that has to do with FGM. And that's why FGM promotes exogamy.

So we will lay the caesura between Islam and FGM as Muslims wants to reincarnate into tribal descendants, while for Sub-Saharan this is not outspoken, or simply not true. They strife to reincarnation into every lovely woman they encounter:

And because FGM shapes sexual culture it must be seen as a religious measure. After its invention FGM proved useful for Sub-Saharan cultures as well as for North African inbreeding cultures, as is seen especially in Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia.

There, a horrible combination emerged from FGM, honor killings and acid attacks as religious measures to guard the inbreeding process.
It is a terrible cocktail of a priori and a posteriori atrocities against females by which FGM became a multifunctional religious measure:

In stable and rigid rural inbreeding cultures like Islam behavior of females is under strict control. In this tribal endogamy girls are accompanied by their brothers or father if leaving home. Also they wear covering clothing and there are severe penalties for approaching males of other tribes or families. Hence, in rural Islamic cultures in principle no physical a priori measures are needed to prevent sexual contact of young females with strange males. Hence, in Islamic culture there is mainly a posteriori - or retrospective - punishment.

But in big cities in Egypt where tribes and families are clustered together Islamic 'protection' of girls becomes insufficient. There additional measures like FGM are used to prevent outbreeding. This mixed culture has also spread to rural areas of Sudan and Ethiopia.

Ethical questions around FGM

Africans themselves think FGM is for 'the honor of the family'. Well, that we heard earlier. So the real reason of FGM is likely unconscious.

[It is usually initiated and carried out by women, who see it as a source of honour, and who fear that failing to have their daughters and granddaughters cut will expose the girls to social exclusion]

They think promiscuous behavior of females will be countered by FGM, what seems correct.

A posteriori punishment of women

In Islam women are stoned and acid attacked if they are adulterous or do not want to serve as incubator of family semen. But anyway they have a chance to avoid this horrible fate. Therefore Islamic terror is after the fact punishmentThey keep the fish fresh in a fish-tank.

A priori mutilation of immature girls

But with FGM, females are being mutilated in advance of sexual maturation and without having any say. Just as with male circumcising this is a disgrace but the damage done to females is much, much worse. The fish deteriorates but some sort of males don't bother, as they apparently are sexual ego trippers on a plastic doll.

Regarding only this a priori aspect, FGM might be condemned morally more than the a posteriori atrocities of Islam, although the latter consist of unprecedented cruelty:

The effect of FGM depends on the philosophy of the tribe and the method taken, since we know it can facilitate inbreeding (Method I and II) as well as outbreeding (Method III). And Sub-Saharan Africa is a genetic mess of countless different tribes, scattering inbreeding as well as outbreeding.



Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

Female genital mutilation (FGM), also known as female genital cutting and female circumcision, is the ritual removal of some or all of the external female genitalia. The practice is found in Africa, Asia and the Middle East, and within communities from countries in which FGM is common. UNICEF estimated in 2016 that 200 million women in 30 countries—27 African countries, Indonesia, Iraqi Kurdistan and Yemen—had undergone the procedures.[3]

In half the countries for which national figures are available, most girls are cut before the age of five.[5] Procedures differ according to the country or ethnic group. They include removal of the clitoral hood and clitoral glans; removal of the inner labia; and removal of the inner and outer labia and closure of the vulva. In this last procedure (known as infibulation), a small hole is left for the passage of urine and menstrual fluid; the vagina is opened for intercourse and opened further for childbirth.[6]

Cultural, religious and social causes

The causes of female genital mutilation include a mix of cultural, religious and social factores within families and communities:

- Where FGM is a social convention, the social pressure to conform to what others do and have been doing is a strong motivation to perpetuate the practice.

- FGM is often considered a necessary part of raising a girl properly, and a way to prepare her for adulthood and marriage.

- FGM is often motivated by beliefs about what is considered proper sexual behaviour, linking procedures to premarital virginity and marital fidelity. FGM is in many communities believed to reduce a woman's libido and therefore believed to help her resist "illicit" sexual acts. When a vaginal opening is covered or narrowed (type 3 above), the fear of the pain of opening it, and the fear that this will be found out, is expected to further discourage "illicit" sexual intercourse among women with this type of FGM.

Well, do you see the striking similarity with Islam? In Islam girls are killed for what African girls already lost!

- FGM is associated with cultural ideals of femininity and modesty, which include the notion that girls are “clean” and "beautiful" after removal of body parts that are considered "male" or "unclean".

- Though no religious scripts prescribe the practice, practitioners often believe the practice has religious support.

- Religious leaders take varying positions with regard to FGM: some promote it, some consider it irrelevant to religion, and others contribute to its elimination.

Assumption 275: Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is a religious instrument in African cultures which likely will develop into outbreeding, just because they are no notorious inbreeding cultures like Islam. But until now inbreeding cultures made much more progress in their outer layer of religious endogamy, where males and females have about the same rights to choose an Islamic partner.

- Local structures of power and authority, such as community leaders, religious leaders, circumcisers, and even some medical personnel can contribute to upholding the practice.

- In most societies, FGM is considered a cultural tradition, which is often used as an argument for its continuation.

- In some societies, recent adoption of the practice is linked to copying the traditions of neighbouring groups. Sometimes it has started as part of a wider religious or traditional revival movement.

- In some societies, FGM is practised by new groups when they move into areas where the local population practice FGM.


Inbreeding and outbreeding

FGM must be seen as an instrument serving inbreeding (Method I and II) and/or outbreeding (Method III) dependent on the type of tribe which uses this horrible method of mutilation. 

In the evolution of Homo erectus (2 Ma; 900cc) a lot of West- and Central African peoples reinstated outbreeding as the natural instinct for species to survive:

But East African peoples conquered the world and a lot of them developed extreme inbreeding likely on the Arabian peninsula (L3N):

Sub-Sahara is a mess of tribes practicing FGM for inbreeding and/or outbreeding purposes. This means we must first differentiate between forms of mutilation and then look where they fit inbreeding and/or outbreeding.

First of all FGM must seen as an instrument of religion, since it tries to steer sexual culture. Below the scheme for a stable inbreeding culture:

Assumption 256: Human religion is developed from a set of higher order time derivatives and controls sexual culture by ethical norms and values.

Because humanity knows but one primal religion must we start always with the above inbreeding figure. But religion based on the first order time derivative can bend sexual culture into outbreeding by FGM. Then, next derivatives 'optimize' outbreeding for higher religious dimensions. 

Notice FGM (Method III) can be used unconsciously by experienced older women - who mostly cut the girls - to prevent inbreeding and incest of these immature and mature girls by their father, their uncles and brothers, and all other surrounding males, and this is no nonsense. Therefore FGM is also very useful in Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia, as notorious inbreeding cultures.

Also Sub-Saharan males are big liars about the sexual appetite of immature girls. The real and barely unconscious reason is they cannot control their own sex drive and are forced to mutilate their daughters because they are never home to protect them.

So this is a clear lie:

[-FGM is often motivated by beliefs about what is considered proper sexual behaviour, linking procedures to premarital virginity and marital fidelity. FGM is in many communities believed to reduce a woman's libido and therefore believed to help her resist "illicit" sexual acts.] 

And so, in the end this religion converges into the promiscuous behavior of the African male, who needs to spend no time controlling his daughters any more, but may visit as many alien women as he can get:

Operant responseinbreeding
Primary reinforcing stimulus: genetic immortality in the offspring by inbreeding
Operant responseoutbreeding
Primary reinforcing stimulus: genetic immortality in the offspring by outbreeding
Secondary reinforcing stimulusreincarnation into the (earthly) universe by outbreeding

Voodoo and Christianity

And now we see again the remarkable difference between inbreeding and 'outbreeding in the making'.
 While Muslims on pain of death have suppressed their belief in reincarnation into the earthly universe and have to believe in only one God in the parallel universe, the Sub-Saharan Negro Voodoo population - which has now its domicile mainly in America - is still free to believe in whatever they want. So they are polytheistic:

Though they believe in one God who created the world, they accept numerous other gods to worship. This may be all kinds of gods, from animals to family members. What we learn is Voodoo acknowledges all sexual roles as equal, by which man and woman have equal rights and what is the basis for exogamy, for genetic diversity. 
Therefore we must see Voodoo as clear outbreeding and not as 'outbreeding in the making' like Sub-Saharan Negro populations with FGM.

Voodoo believers worship a whole range of earthly idols, and not surprisingly for this exogamous culture, they combined their religion easily with Christianity. That's why Christianity was brought in Africa on a massive scale but never in Islamic countries.

But also see the difference with Christianity which was able to reject inbreeding from the Myth of Paradise. Christianity is projected orthogonally on the narrative of Adam and Eve:

But Voodoo did not make this resolute and orthogonal projection and looks a bit like Islam which mingles all former religious stages in oblique dependency. 

Also this means we expect numerous Sub-Saharan tribes worshipping more than one God. And then they are intrinsically polytheistic which always leads to outbreeding. So, how difficult to see it must be accepted FGM cultures are heading for exogamy.

All this means Voodoo is what Islam would be if it had not ruined the Myth of Abraham and had not construed a completely schizophrenic religion in which Muslims lost the connection between reincarnation and earthly inbreeding. Then Muslims would worship Allah and a lot of household gods and ancestors too. And therefore Muslims are so glad with the Myth of Abraham:

Assumption 279: For Muslims the Sacrifice Feast unconsciously means the escape from Heaven in the parallel universe and permission to follow their basic instinct to reincarnate into the earthly universe.

Also now we see how FGM likely develops. The first step will be exogamy for Sub-Saharan males, but still kind of endogamy for females. This we call a semi-exogamous culture. But the second step will be a total prohibition of FGM after which these cultures will head for complete exogamy.


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