“A disturbing account of a dirt encrusted and deformed clan living generations of sexual relations between brothers and sisters, uncles and aunts with their nieces and nephews, and first cousins with first cousins …”
Ordered by an Australian Children’s Court to use the pseudonym of the Colt family to protect the identification of the children, authorities have discovered a band of very closely related family members living in the rugged hills of Southeastern Australia, as reported by both News Corp Australia and The Daily Mail (of London, England).
While marriage between second or third cousins is frowned upon in modern Western society, Australian authorities have made public a tale normally reserved for the scripts of Hollywood horror films.
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“Stir-up racial hatred and prejudice, which is illegal in this country. I think someone should report it …”
A nationalist British member of the European Parliament is standing his ground after tweeting a message insinuating inbreeding amongst Muslims residing in the United Kingdom, as reported by The Telegraph and Argus of Bradford, England on Feb. 11, 2014.
Much to the delighted his fellow British National Party members, and equally angering his political opponents, MEP Nick Griffin took to the micro-blogging site to comment on the Copenhagen Zoo recently shooting a perfectly healthy giraffe to ensure any future incestuous mating would never take place.
Continue reading Brit Parliamentarian comments on Muslim inbreeding: Muslims outraged, liberal hints at arrest