A study of 400,000 Tories has today revealed that Conservative values could be written in our DNA.
Dr. Alejandro Gutierrez , Senior Lecturer in BioPolitics at University College London, has identified a series of gene markers that may well be the cause of ‘rabid blue syndrome’ (RBS).
His research began with the dominant gene PRCA1, which controls extreme selfishness. He found that a mutation in this gene in Conservatives caused a vastly increased tendency to ignore the plight of those less fortunate, often called the Daily Mail effect.
In addition to this, he found 86% of RBS sufferers also lacked an NR62B gene, which in normal people promotes positive feelings towards the public sector. They also had two faulty copies of the PGC51 gene, making them almost incapable of reacting calmly when finding out some people receive money in the form of benefits, as well as making them quango-intolerant.
Gutierrez believes that this gene set also triggers the release of pheromones that, whilst making normal people feel extremely nauseous, astonishingly makes others with the same genetic make-up sexually irresistible, thus enabling the transmission of the so-called C-genes.
Gutierrez’s research now raises hopes of a possible gene therapy that may one day eradicate Conservatism forever.