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This video about Hungary is called Fascist Nazis in Europe, the Jobbik.
From World Science:
“Racial purity” DNA testing slammed as perversion, but halting practice might not be easy
June 18, 2012
Special to World Science
A Hungarian politician has sparked outrage after reportedly using a DNA test to try to prove his supposed white racial purity.
But some scientists acknowledge that stopping such a practice might not be easy, since DNA ancestry testing can also be done for legitimate purposes.
The European Society of Human Genetics issued a statement on June 14 condemning DNA “racial purity” tests as an “unethical perversion” of science, as well as simply invalid. The declaration followed revelations that a Hungarian genetics company, Nagy Gén, had scanned 18 locations in the genome of a Hungarian parliamentarian from the sharply right-wing Jobbik party. The company looked for gene variants characteristic of Gypsy and Jewish ancestry, and concluded that both could be ruled out.
The company has since emphatically distanced itself from what it calls inappropriate use of its findings, and apologized for any resulting “emotional harm.”
“This is a gross distortion of the values of genetic testing, which is intended to be used to diagnose disease rather than to claim racial purity,” said Joerg Schmidtke, president of the European Society, in its statement. “In addition, the test proves nothing; it is impossible to deduce someone’s origins from testing so few places in the genome. I am sure that clinical geneticists worldwide will join me in condemning this scandalous abuse of a technology that was developed to help the sick, rather than to promote hatred.” …
Andrew Read, a member of the board of the European Society, said one distinguishing and objectionable feature of the recent test in Hungary was its use to exclude, rather than include, particular ancestral connections.
“I think there’s a difference between taking a test to include or exclude ancestry,” said Read, of the University of Manchester, U.K. In fact, he added, totally excluding a relationship to any human group is impossible, as everyone ultimately descends from a common root. Read also agreed with the idea that even the attempt to exclude a certain ancestry is a warning sign of sinister motives, as someone choosing to be tested in such a way is implicitly communicating that some ancestral connections are undesirable.
Not all scientists were willing to discuss how one might distinguish a racist who is using DNA tests for divisive purposes, from someone who gets tested out of an innocent interest in his or her ancestry. Nor did scientists clearly address how to deal with someone who might undertake a DNA test for one stated purpose, then try to put the results to another, less “kumbaya” use.
Schmidtke, the European Society president, sidestepped such questions when they were posed to him in an email. “Nothing is wrong with using genetic information to understand one’s own ancestry,” wrote Schmidtke, of Hannover Medical School in Germany. “What we are condemning is a misuse of such information in a socio-political context.” He left it at that.
Béla Melegh, president of the Hungarian Society of Human Genetics, said the organization is asking the Hungarian government to prosecute Nagy Gén, the testing company, under a 2008 law on genetics.
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