Parents should be permitted to rape their own children, says Germany’s Ethics Council

German ethics council calls for incest between siblings to be legalised by Government

Council members said ‘social taboo’ would still prevent relationships

 

 

Wednesday 24 September 2014

Germany’s national ethics council has called for an end to the criminalisation of incest between siblings after examining the case of a man who had four children with his sister.

Patrick Stuebing, who was adopted as an infant and met his sister in his 20s, has launched several appeals since being imprisoned for incest in 2008 and his lengthy legal battle has prompted widespread public debate.

Sexual relations between siblings or between parents and their children are forbidden under section 173 of the German criminal code and offenders can face years in prison.

But on Wednesday, the German Ethics Council recommended the section be repealed, arguing that the risk of disability in children is not enough to warrant the law and de-criminalising incest would not remove the huge social taboo around it.
The chairman of the council, Christiane Woopen, was among the 14 members voting in favour of repealing section 173, while nine people voted for the ban to continue and two abstained.

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2 Responses to “Parents should be permitted to rape their own children, says Germany’s Ethics Council”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Any real man or woman

    will want children to enjoy their simply uncomplicated uncorrupted life’s for as long as reasonably possible 16 – 18+?

    but we know this has been eroded by our deviant satanic piers.

    may they all rot in HELL

    HETT

  2. Anonymous says:

    The German brother and sister met as adults and aren’t doing any harm to anyone else. This is a totally different matter to a license to interfere with children. In the case of adults who meet after being separated at birth it’s really their own business as consenting adults. Again and for emphasis this German case is not the same as instances of perverted adults sexually abusing children, the practice of or support for which must never be tolerated, nor should anyone be immune from lengthy prison terms ie throw away the key if they do so. I agree with HETT

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