Friday, November 24, 2006
Norway's Animal Bordellos... for PEOPLE -- Typical European immorality
Somethings rotten in the state of Denmark and it is the immoral world of being "European", one that leftists HERE want for us...
Animal bordellos draw Norwegian
Denmark's animal bordellos reportedly draw Norwegian clients, but both countries have loopholes that make such establishments legal.
Neither Denmark nor Norway has a prohibition on sex with animals, as long as the animals do not suffer.
In correspondence with the animal owners, the newspaper was told that the animals involved have many years of experience and that the animals themselves wanted sex.
Legal gray area
The Norwegian Food Safety Authority's section chief for animal welfare, Torunn Knævelsrud, could not rule out that such a bordello could be legal here as well.
"It is difficult to say yes or no," Knævelsrud told Aftenposten.no.
Yes, I am SURE it is "difficult to say yes or no". That is what happens when you live in the world of moral relativism. Nothing seems "right" and nothing seems "wrong".
Do you think I am taking that one little phrase from section chief Knævelsrud out of context? Don't be so sure because here is what else he said to the Danish paper:
"It could be that the animals don't really care," Knævelsrud said. "But I think it is in the nature of the case that animals will often be victims of injury, stress or suffering in connection with sexual acts with humans..."
It COULD be that the animals don't really care? And how would we determine that? Ask them?
Sorry, but this is exactly the kind of immorality that is the ultimate result of European moral relevancy. With a truly European moral code (or lack thereof) this is what you end up with, an inability to say just what is right and what is wrong. Everything is relative, everything could be good yet nothing is bad... not REALLY bad.
Because, heck, guys. Them animals could just like being sexually exploited and abused.