Saturday, September 27, 2014

Those whom the gods would destroy, they first make incestuous

Europe is truly lost in every sense of the word. I am not surprised that Germany might go the incestuous way, after all Germany like the rest of Europe already has a big Muslim population which is deep into incest. 

For the present moment in time, the disgusting notion has been shelved. However, once a maggoty idea like this one seeps out of Pandora's box, there are many minions of Lord Evil to keep bringing it to the front burners. Wait and see. Especially, keep a look out for how Hollywood will come up with even more movies showing incestuous relationships to make it all look fine and perfectly normal. They did it with homophobia and transexuality.
The vid is from 7 years ago.

From LifeSiteNews:
Decriminalize incest, says German gvmt’s ethics council.  

A German advisory council on ethics has told the government it should decriminalize incest between consenting adults. But Chancellor Angela Merkel’s ruling Christian Democrats have wasted no time in rejecting the advice.

On Wednesday the National Ethics Council voted, by a two-to-one margin, to call for the decriminalization of incest. “Criminal law is not the appropriate means to preserve a social taboo,” the council explained in a statement. “The fundamental right of adult siblings to sexual self-determination is to be weighed more heavily than the abstract idea of protection of the family.”

Many might deem the “fundamental right…to sexual self-determination” considerably more of an abstraction than “protection of the family,” including both judges and politicians.

But the ethics council argued that because incest was rare in Germany though illegal (several news reports cited a study by the Max Planck Institute claiming two to four percent of Germans have had incestuous relations), it would remain rare if legalized, and did not need a law to suppress it......

.....This idea that children should be free of sexual exploitation not only by parents but by brothers and sisters, relying on them for protection and support, apparently did not occur to most of the experts.

However, it did occur to the judges in the case that led to the ethics council’s consideration of incest.  This involved brother and sister Patrick Stuebing and Susan Karolewski, who had had four children together, two of whom are disabled, before a court jailed the brother and removed all but the youngest from the sister. In 2012, the brother lost an appeal to the European Human Rights Council.

The German court stated: “Incestuous connections lead to an overlap of family relationships and social roles and thus to a disturbance of a family bereft of [clear] assignments. … Children of an incestuous relationship have great difficulty finding their place in the family structure and building relationships of trust with their next caregivers. The vital function of the family for the human community … is crucially disturbed if its ordered structure is shaken by incestuous relations.”

As for the government that the ethicists purport to advise, Germany’s Christian Democrats, it rejected the recommendation. “The abolition of the offense of incest between siblings would be the wrong signal,” said spokesperson Elisabeth Winkelmeier-Becker. “Eliminating the threat of punishment against incestuous acts within families would run counter to the protection of undisturbed development for children.”....

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