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Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Well,...This Explains a LOT About Our European "Allies!"


A German brother and sister who have four children together are calling for the country's incest laws to be abolished so that they can continue their sexual relationship.

Patrick Stubing and his sister Susan — who grew up separately — have had three of their children taken into foster care.

Two of the children have disabilities although it is not known if these are due to inbreeding or because they were born prematurely.

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Stubing spent two years in prison for incest and faces another jail term unless the legislation is overturned.

The couple's supporters said the law is archaic and harks back to the Third Reich's obsession with racial purity.

They want Germany to follow the example of countries such as France, Belgium and the Netherlands where incest is no longer punishable.

The siblings were born into the same family but Patrick was not living with them when his sister was born.

2 Comments:

At 11:30 PM, Blogger serket said...

This has happened in the US before, check out the Muth case. If the courts figured out a way to allow gay marriage then I am surprised they don't apply to all possible relationships. It makes your wonder about their reasoning.

 
At 11:17 AM, Blogger unfehlbar.net said...

You might think this is weird as incest is a social taboo and thousands of years old.

The interesting thing is that many people - including news reporters - have beliefs about incest and incest laws that might be worth to revise.

I wrote an article in english hoping that you guys on the other side of the pond won't get the intentions of the couple's defense wrong:

Incest as a Crime? - 10 Truths.

The Nazi-legend you mention in your post is the first one I've dealt with there.

Let me know if you have any complementary ideas.



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