Married to Grotesque Cultural Practices
In Bangladesh, 20 percent of girls marry before their 15th birthday, effectively becoming the powerless sex-slaves of petty tyrants. This helps explain why Bangladesh will remain a poor and miserable country for the foreseeable future.
In Bradford, England, cousin-marriage by Pakistani immigrant families is rampant, leading to higher rates of physical disabilities and developmental problems -- and Bradford is far from the only community in the UK where this is happening. The British public will continue to bear the social and healthcare costs while politically-correct researchers claim with straight faces that the practice yields "considerable social benefits."