September 26, 2014

DNA Lugnuts

The perverts are gaining ground here and abroad. We were advised time and time again that once you started to relax societal standards of morality, the remaining standards would quickly disappear.

From the UK Telegraph:
Laws banning incest between brothers and sisters in Germany could be scrapped after a government ethics committee said the they were an unacceptable intrusion into the right to sexual self-determination.
Here it comes, another exercise in creative "I Have A Right" making.
“Criminal law is not the appropriate means to preserve a social taboo,” the German Ethics Council said 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.”

Their intervention follows a notorious case in which a brother and sister living as partners in Saxony had four children together. The couple had been raised separately and only met when the brother, identified only as Patrick S, was an adult, and his sister Susan K was 16.

Patrick S was sentenced to more than three years in prison for incest and the couple have since failed in their bid to have the guilty verdict overturned by the European Court of Human Rights.
Mark my words, the next trial case will involve Patrick S, an adult, and Sam S, a five year old boy. There is no end to the cruelty and perversion of the left.
The family was forced to live apart after the courts ruled that there was a duty to protect their children from the consequences of their relationship.

Two of the couple’s children are disabled, and it is believed that incest carries a higher risk of resulting in children with genetic abnormalities.
"Genetic abnormalities" - Ya think?!?!

The Egyptian pharaohs took a long, bumpy ride down that genetic dirt road a few millennia ago and it seriously loosened their DNA lugnuts.


Nate said...

This just screams the banjo-scene from Deliverance - with German accents.

Doom said...

Bah. The law was never supposed to be the moral measuring stick, and does poorly as such. Outlawing absurd behavior is just as foolish as outlawing the effects of gravity. Society has to do it's part.

At this point, here in America, I can't be sure of anything. From bankster swiping to presidential allowance for an invasion to not being able to believe laws mean the same to me and thee, whoever thee is... I think law has bigger challenges and problems than... that.

Let society tend what society should, and law what it should. Even if there is an outbreak of fetid children from incest, only if the government is involved with something it shouldn't be, medical care, it's not the governments business.

sig94 said...

Nate - While paddling down the Danube....

Fredd said...

Outlawing gravity, eh? Hmmmmm, I see real upside to that, I may just go an' fetch me some petition paper. And I know whose front door to knock on first: the widow Jenkins' uh, upper body has been saggin' now fer nigh onto 20 years or more....

sig94 said...

Doom - gotta disagree here. The law reflects societal norms, re-enforces them, preserves them. That's why the libs here went after the courts first, to force our social networks to degrade by changes in the law. First change the laws to take away our "stick" and then the schools to make us accept it as the norm.

Look at Islam, Hinduism - are these not powerful moral measuring sticks that influence the laws that govern over 2 billion people?

Is not the law not only the way to prohibit absurd behavior but to also make absurd behavior mandatory?

sig94 said...

Fredd - it seems like Obama's nullified some laws of economics already :-(