A Bridge Too Far; Degeneracy and the Slippery Slope

Clement Pulaski
Daily Stormer
July 15, 2013

The Pont du Diable bridge in Céret, France. source.
The Pont du Diable bridge in Céret, France. source.


As the sodomite marriage debate has raged over the past few months, a common argument used by conservatives is that allowing homosexuals to marry will eventually lead to the acceptance of other sexual perversions, such as bestiality. Liberals deny the validity of this “slippery slope” argument, claiming that comparing homosexuals to zoophiliacs is bigoted and ignorant. As in all cases, however, the liberal argument quickly falls apart when examined more closely.

First of all, the slippery slope argument is logically valid. When asked why homosexuals should be allowed to marry, liberals respond, “because they are consenting adults who love each other and want to get married”. In other words, for the liberal, the only definition of acceptable sexual behavior is “consenting adults who desire to engage in a certain act”. It is obvious how this definition allows for countless perversions.

The second point in favor of the slippery slope argument is that there are proponents of bestiality using the exact same tactics as homosexual activists. Colleges are already holding events that attempt to normalize various sexual perversions, including bestiality. Campus Reform reports on one such event held earlier this year at Yale University:

During the workshop, entitled, “Sex: Am I Normal,” students anonymously asked and answered questions about sex using their cell phones, and viewed the responses in real time in the form of bar charts.

Survey responses revealed that nine percent of attendees had been paid for sex, 3 percent had engaged in bestiality, and 52 percent had participated in “consensual pain” during sex.

Event director Giuliana Berry told Campus Reform in an interview on Monday that the workshop was brought to campus to teach students not to automatically judge people who may have engaged in these sorts of activities, but rather to respond with “understanding” and “compassion.”

 “People do engage in some of these activities that we believe only for example perverts engage in,” she said. “What the goal is is to increase compassion for people who may engage in activities that are not what you would personally consider normal.”

McDevitt referred to the range of activities discussed in the workshop as “sexual diversity.”

“It tries to get people to be more sensitive … to sexual diversity,” McDevitt told Campus Reform in an interview on Monday. “We’re not all heterosexual, able-bodied folks who have standard missionary sex.”

Several students submitted discussion topics about having incestuous sexual fantasies. Attendee Alex Saeedy, told the News that he at first found this surprising, but then “thought it might be more of a psychological thing we all might have.

“I think that’s what the point of the workshop was — to bring up things we thought we [sic] so taboo and desire or urges we criticize are just regular parts of sexual psychology,” he said.

Note how this workshop was not calling for the legalization or open display of bestiality; it was merely trying to normalize the idea of bestiality, and make regular people more tolerant of those who engage in this perversion.

In Germany zoophiliacs are already organizing politically and comparing their movement to the more mainstream homosexual movement. From the Globe and Mail:

Michael Kiok knows that people despise him.

He has got into trouble at work over his sexual views and a legal change in his native Germany is about to make him a criminal. His long-term partner could be removed from their home. But he won’t stop speaking up over what he sees as a civil-rights issue.

“The actions of society are nearly the same as they were against homosexuals 30 years ago,” he said earlier this week in a phone interview from his home in western Germany, near the Ruhr valley. “We are doing the same things homosexuals did – we go out in public, we show our faces. You have more fear and hatred of things you do not know.”

Mr. Kiok is a zoophile, the group’s preferred term for those whose love for animals extends to sexual relations, and the voice of a lobby effort struggling against the tide of public opinion.

Some German lawmakers are not buying Kiok’s argument and are pushing to criminalize bestiality, which is technically legal in Germany, but the best reason they can come up with to oppose bestiality is that it harms the animal. According to German lawmaker and bestiality opponent Hans-Michael Goldmann:

“Sexual interaction is problematic because it can lead to harm and emotional disorder of animals..it’s not proven that animals would enjoy sexual interaction with humans.”

So what if a new study comes out proving that animals do enjoy sex with humans? It is hard to see what objection to bestiality liberals could come up with at that point. Bestiality appears to be on the rise in Germany. According to the Daily Mail, the country is now home to “‘erotic zoos’ which people can visit to abuse animals ranging from llamas to goats.” Without much firmer opposition, it is difficult to see how bestiality in Germany can be defeated.

The United States has also had to deal with the legality of bestiality in recent years. Disgusting Jew pornographer Ira Isaacs was charged with violating obscenity laws for producing and distributing films that featured sex acts with animals. Isaacs argued that his work was protected by the 1st Amendment, which was a wise argument for him to make given that our insane courts have already decided that normal pornography is protected by “freedom of expression”. Although Isaacs was eventually convicted, the fact that there was ever any question about the legality of bestiality porn in first place shows how far we have fallen. It is also obvious that in a few years another bestiality related obscenity case will come up, and a more enlightened judge will decide that the 1st Amendment does protect sex with animals performed for “artistic” purposes.

When faced with the slippery slope argument, liberals sometimes respond by saying that people marrying animals is as ridiculous as people marrying inanimate objects, thinking that the latter is absurd and impossible. But one cannot make such assumptions in the world today. Earlier this month the Daily Mail reported that an Australian woman recently married a bridge in France:

Jodi Rose married Le Pont du Diable Bridge in Céret, southern France after falling head over heels for the ‘sensual’ 14th century stone structure.

Ms Rose, or Mrs Le Pont du Diable, has spent the past decade travelling the world recording the vibrations in bridge cables with contact microphones and using them to create experimental music.

After visiting dozens of bridges all over the world for her Singing Bridges musical project, she decided this was ‘The One’.

Although her new husband may struggle to express his feelings, newlywed Jodi said ‘his being is very present, and I feel at peace in his strong embrace.’

‘He makes me feel connected to the earth and draws me to rest from my endless nomadic wanderings. He is fixed, stable, rooted to the ground, while I am nomadic, transient, ever on the road.

‘He gives me a safe haven, brings me back to ground myself, and then lets me go again to follow my own path, without trying to keep me tied down or in thrall to his needs or desires. I am devoted to him.’

The wedding between Jodi and Le Pont du Diable, which translates to The Devil’s Bridge, took place in front of 14 guests and was blessed by the mayor of neighbouring town Saint-Jean-de-Fos.

Their union is not legally recognised in France, but Rose claims their marriage is as strong as any other.

‘This is not a decision I undertake lightly, just as our curves complement, we truly bring joy to each other, and the strength of his pylons will always carry me home.’

Some might respond that this act was a prank or a publicity stunt, but it did occur, and it was blessed by the mayor of the town. The use of sex-toys is already widely accepted, so if people want to have parties where they dress up and celebrate their relationship with an inanimate object for which they have sexual feelings, how could a liberal-minded individual object?

Our slide towards absolute degeneracy seems to be accelerating, and things will get much worse. What is at stake in these questions of sexual morality is the ability to perceive the natural boundaries of reality. The boundaries between male and female, human and animal, animate and inanimate matter. While these boundaries might be recognized scientifically, modern men do not think that our emotions should be governed by these boundaries in any way. When the boundaries of nature are ignored, satanic chaos can be the only result. Hitler said that the triumph of Jewish Marxism would turn the Earth into a lifeless rock, but this ultimate result is peaceful and merciful compared to the final stages of the road that leads to it. The growing acceptance of bestiality and other perversions is an indication of just how dark this road could be.

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