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Saturday, 02/09/2013 - 08:30 am EST

Bestiality: The Next Rung On The Ladder Of Moral Decay

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A clever and competent reader sent me this article about a law that just passed in Germany forbidding people to have sex with animals.  The NYT wrote about it too.  

The summary of the story is that late last year, Germany’s lower house of parliament made having sex with animals a criminal offence for which the perpetrator could be fined, and it passed the upper house a few days ago.  I have no idea why they are only JUST NOW realizing that having sex with animals is something that miiiiiiiight need to be illegal.  But that’s neither here nor there.

Now, there are zoophiliacs coming out of the woodwork to protest this new law.  Their de facto leader is a dude by the name of Michael Kiok, who has been in a sexual “relationship” with his dog, Cissy, for nearly a decade.  Kiok and other wackjobs like him protested in Berlin on Friday, IN PUBLIC, without shame. 

And THAT, clever and competent readers, is just the tip of the iceberg.  You need to read the first sourcelink above from Germany, so you can see how sympathetic to Kiok the reporter is.  Kiok’s sick and twisted behavior is described simply as a “caring relationship” and an “unusual love affair.”  The columnist seems to defend Kiok and the entire practice of bestiality throughout the report.  There is a group described in the article called ZETA – Zoophiles Engaging for Tolerance and Enlightenment, of which Kiok is a director. They lobby for more “acceptance of human-animal relations.” They believe Germany has an “anti-bestiality agenda.”


And the New York Times column is also rather sympathetic.  It features quotes from another zoophiliac, David Zimmerman, who had sex with his Great Dane until it died four months ago. (He’s got a Dalmation now.)

A ZETA pamphlet reads, “We love animals. We reject any kind of force, violence and abuse and it hurts our souls to see animals suffer.  We are pro-animal rights but we are being discriminated nevertheless.  We cannot do anything about being zoophiles, and so are trying handling our inclinations responsibly.”  

They can’t help it, you guys.  So the responsible thing to do, apparently, is to just keep on having sex with animals, and just be more open about it.  Normalize it.  Demand acceptance.  Call those who oppose the practice “hysterical.”  The same thing is happening with pedophilia.   Just check out the NAMBLA website.  The more people who engage in these types of despicable practices feel shameless about revealing their twisted desires, and the more they demand acceptance by the general public, the more accepted they become.  It’s not an overnight process, but it’s an effective process nonetheless.  It’s the reason our society tolerates (and in fact encourages) shows like 16 and Pregnant.  What used to be a shameful circumstance is now glorified. 

Look at the show about the plural marriage family – Sister Wives.  Its popularity is telling.  And I’m not going to lie, I was drawn in at the beginning, too.  Because what happens is that they are portrayed as a loving, happy, perfectly normal ALTERNATIVE to a traditional family.  And so you become sympathetic to their plight –the plight of being judged by others for their chosen lifestyle.  You look at them and you think, “Well, they all seem so well-adjusted and the kids are happy and healthy and they’re all adults who enter this lifestyle by choice and with their full consent – so what’s the problem?”  And BOOM.  It’s normalized.  As an audience member looking in, you are manipulated into feeling close-minded and intolerant if you don’t simply accept it.

And if you think that can’t happen with pedophilia and bestiality?  You’re HIGH.  We’re already on that downward slope, y’all.  And the articles from Germany and the NYT make that pretty obvious.

Watch Dr. Benjamin Carson talk about the fall of Rome again.  That’s where we’re headed.  And it’s just a matter of time.

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