Mexico holds the record for many things. For instance, Mexico is the fattest country on the planet. Mexico also has the highest rate of diabetes on the planet. (Interestingly, this astronomical rate of diabetes might be a result of the Amerindian ancestry of many Mexicans.) Although not the most violent country in the world (esp. by African standards), Mexico is a very violent county; since 2006, more than 60,000 people in Mexico have been murdered, often the result of gang / cartel rivalries.
And, according to a recent study, it also seems that Mexico might be one of the most genetically diverse countries on the planet. Mexico hosts various groups of Amerindians, Mestizos, and very small groups of Europeans. Interestingly, a few dimwitted Cultural Marxist creationists have tried to spin this study to evince the Cultural Marxist mantra that “biological race doesn’t exist” — as if showing that elements can be blended together demonstrates that atoms don’t exist. Probably most stunning, however, is how shocked people are – or at least pretend to be – by this study. Are they clueless? Where have they been for the past couple decades?
I mean, the CIA World Fact Book for the past couple decades has been reporting that Mexico is: 60% mestizo, 30% Amerindian, and less than 10% European.
Looking at the genetic ancestry of mestizos, Rubén Lisker in 2005 found the average admixture of lower-class mestizos of Mexico City to be: 59% Amerindian, 34% European, and 6% black.
Furthermore, for the past decade at least, HBD writers have been writing on the genetic diversity of Mexico. See Steve Sailer’s: “Importing Mexico’s Worsening Racial Inequality” or SocioBiological Musings’ “What Race Are Hispanics?“. Also interesting is Richard Lynn’s “Pigmentocracy: Racial Hierarchies in the Caribbean and Latin America,” which explores the racial caste system of Latin America showing that the upper-classes tend to be very European, while the lower classes tend to be more Amerindian, mestizo, or mulatto. HBD bloggers have also argued that the cultural designation of ‘Hispanic’ should be broken down into racial groupings, such as Amerindian, Mestizo, European, etc.
The general surprise by many scientists and others who should know better on this topic – the genetic racial diversity of Mexico – only underscores how much HBD is on the cutting edge of science. If these people had been reading HBD writers for the past decade, nothing in this study would really be a surprise.
HBD Chick: “Who Are Our Mexicans?”
Sociobiological Musings: “What Race Are Hispanics?”
Gregory Cochran: “Zones of Thought”
Jason Collins: “Immigration Externalities”
Steve Sailer: “How White Are Hispanics?,” “White v. Hispanic cognitive gap across 39 studies with 5,696,529 sample size,” “Ortiz & Telles: Mexican-Americans lag for 4 generations (at least),” “How do Hispanics score on grad school admissions tests?,” “64% of Hispanic high school graduates don’t score high enough to enlist,” and “PISA and Mexico.”