Islamism is full of horrendous and laughable lies told by imams and laymen alike to justify the inexcusable practice of misogyny and abusive, forced polygyny. These lies are repeated over and over again like a mantra, in the islamic belief that if you weigh a pig often enough it will make it fatter. I will prove here that these justifications from imams, sheiks and laymen are lies, deceit, deception, fables and falsehood.
1. There are more women than men in the world. Polygyny will save millions of women from becoming childless spinsters.
This is a blatant lie and total humbug.
According to UN studies and the CIA factbook, as well as every other scientificly performed census, Qatar has the highest male ratio, with 2.87 males/female. For the group aged below 15, Sierra Leone has the highest female ratio with 0.96 males/female, and the Republic of Georgia and the People’s Republic of China are tied for the highest male ratio with 1.13 males/female.
The value for the entire world population is 1.01 males/female, with 1.07 at birth, 1.06 for those under 15, 1.02 for those between 15 and 64, and 0.78 for those over 65.
The “First World” G7 members all have a gender ratio in the range of 0.95–0.98 for the total population, of 1.05–1.07 at birth, of 1.05–1.06 for the group below 15, of 1.00–1.04 for the group aged 15–64, and of 0.70–0.75 for those over 65.
Countries on the Arabian peninsula tend to have a ‘natural’ ratio of about 1.05 at birth but a very high ratio of males for those over 65 (Saudi Arabia 1.13, Arab Emirates 2.73, Qatar 2.84), indicating either an above-average mortality rate for females or a below-average mortality for males, or, more likely in this case, a large population of aging male guest workers. Conversely, countries of Eastern Europe (the Baltic states, Belarus, Ukraine,Russia) tend to have a ‘normal’ ratio at birth but a very low ratio of males among those over 65 (Russia 0.46, Latvia 0.48, Ukraine 0.52); similarly,Armenia has a far above average male ratio at birth (1.17), and a below-average male ratio above 65 (0.67). This effect may be caused by emigration and higher male mortality as result of higher Soviet era deaths; it may also be related to the enormous (by western standards) rate of alcoholism in the former Soviet states. Another possible contributory factor is an aging population, with a higher than normal proportion of relatively elderly people: we recall that due to higher differential mortality rates the ratio of males to females reduces for each year of age.
Conclusion: The muslims who claim that there is an enormous female surplus are liars, imbecills or both.
World demography clearly proves that there might be demographic arguemnts for polyandry, while polygyny from this perspective is clearly inexcusable.
The only case obviously where polygyny might be justifiable is if young muslim men marry several wives aged 65 or above.
Polyandry should also be practiced to prevent human overpopulation, while polygyny adds to this disastrous threat.