Given the prevalent illiteracy in the country, it is not uncommon for many people in Pakistan to attribute serious diseases to the influences of forces beyond human control. And when 16 children of the same family in Nawabshah, Sindh suddenly became completely handicapped, with their limbs permanently twisted, the family’s elders thought it was a result of witchcraft and black magic.
In Pakistan, they blame witchcraft and magic. When their inbred progeny fail in the West, they'll blame racism and White Privilege.
Opposing cousin marriages is “imperialist thinking.”— Lalo Dagach (@LaloDagach) February 12, 2020
Worrying about genetic deformities in children is “ableism.”
~ via Pakistan pic.twitter.com/Kw7QOveS4r