Health Risks for Mixed-Race Children

Surprisingly, there are specific health risks associated with miscegenation we don’t ever hear about.

So, anyone who knows me personally, knows I have a thing for Latinas. And if I were to listen to the media, my children would be better off to be mixed. Most of the proponents for diversity these days advocate for that kind of diversity where we all become exactly the same. One race.
Beyond people like Jared Taylor, you don’t hear a lot about the dangers of miscegenation anymore. And, while I am a big proponent for freedom, I think people should probably be aware of some of the risks associated with “race-mixing”.
Interestingly, for those simple-minded enough to think “there’s no such thing as race”… well… you’d have to explain this.
With so much information on these health risks, why are we seeing such a push in the media? Indeed, wouldn’t this be useful information for the public to have?
*Special thanks to the SALT Media community for the research.

Asian/Caucasian couples face specific pregnancy risks


Asian/Caucasian children face mental health risks

UC Davis

Apparently the push for segregation in the modern day is to preserve racial identity (whites not included), with the belief that this helps the student with their identity overall. Because miscegenation (race-mixing/cross-breeding/jungle fever) can lead to so many possibilities, that child isn’t likely to find anyone who shares his racial category.
Personally, I don’t think it’s important to be around your own race. I’d prefer to live in Mexico if I could; I think they have a superior culture (culture, not technology, come on people) and are generally more free. Tucker Carlson argues that not sharing the culture of your spouse doesn’t exactly make for a stronger marriage – and I understand that, but to have more about your partner to unwrap seems quite nice to me. Anyway, on with the show.

Patterns of Situational Identity Among Biracial and Multiracial College Students

Risks of selected congenital malformations among offspring of mixed race-ethnicity –


This one may be misleading, While Black-White babies are more likely for a number of birth defects (low birth weight, prematurity etc.), apparently black people in general are at increased rates for these things. Which is funny, ’cause they blame hypertension on racism, and yet…
Maybe the mother internalized oppressive whiteness so much it infected the baby before it was born.
Mixed Race and Bone Marrow.
Due to that whole lack of identity thing, they get involved in riskier behaviors.
Interracial kids suffer from low self-esteem, social isolation, poor family dynamics, health problems, high stress, smoke, and drink.
Black/White babies have a higher rate of still births.
White/Asian babies twice as likely to have psychological disorders as Asian babies
Interracial babies in general more prone to still births
Black/White babies more likely to make poor decisions
“Race-mixers” likely to give less parental support to their children because of greater genetic distance.
Mixed race kids suffer from low self-esteem, social isolation, poor family dynamics, health problems, high stress, smoke, and drink.
92% of black fathers to bi-racial children abandon their families.

Author: Orry

Editor In Chief with SALT Media.

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