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@MentORPHEUS I see. I don't know much about Malone. Alex Berenson's substack had interesting covid-related articles, and there was a dust up a while back when he bashed Malone about Malone's advocacy of ivermectin and also the degree of Malone was claiming involvement in developing mRNA technology. People were aghast because those two appeared to be on the same side when it came to covid issues. It doesn't surprise me that google is playing games with search results pertaining to Malone. If I'm looking for information on a topic that is in any way political, google isn't nearly as useful as it used to be.
@slutmagazine India is inbred in crowded regions. They breed crazy, want 8 or more kids each. A large family that had over 30 cousins in it used DNA testing to match them so they wouldn't produce children with birth defects.
Also note in many societies past and present that inbreeding wasn't done for the sake of cool incest sex. Usually it was done to keep family property in your family. So your kids have one set of grandparents, that guarantees that land goes to those kids without splitting it into smaller and smaller lots. Usually after 2-5 generations farmland disappears as the land keeps getting split into smaller lots and more people just sell out to live a nice live in a house in town.