Kikes to Call for the Legalization of Incest in 5… 4… 3… 2…

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
February 5, 2018

So some guy hadn’t seen his daughter who he gave up for adoption in 18 years, then she looked him up online and they fell in love and had a kid.

Fox News:

A 42-year-old North Carolina man and his 20-year-old daughter have been arrested on incest charges after having a love child last year–and reportedly getting married.

Steven Pladl, 42, of Knightdale, and Katie Pladl, 20, were arrested Jan. 27, WNCN-TV reported, citing “warrants.” They have also been charged with adultery and contributing to delinquency. The maximum sentence for the incest charge is 10 years in prison.

The child, a boy, was born in September, the station reported.

Steven Pladl was released on a $1 million bond. Katie Pladl’s bond is also $1 million but as of last week she was still being held in a North Carolina jail. They appeared in court last week.

The charges were brought in Virginia where authorities believe the relationship began.

The station reported that Pladl gave up Katie for adoption when she was an infant.

They reunited in 2016 when she tracked him down through social media.

At the time, according to the station, Pladl was living outside Richmond with his wife, Katie’s mother, and their two children, girls who would have been Katie’s sisters.

Long story short, he divorced his wife, told the littler children to start calling their older sister “mom,” and planned to get married to his estranged daughter.

There is actually some kind of a name for a person who reunites with a long-lost sibling or parent/child and they fall in love. Basically, you have this deep genetic connection with your immediate relatives, and when you see them for the first time you get these strong bonding emotions which can be confused by the brain as sexual desire.

In 2008 in Britain, twins separated at birth and raised in separate families got married without knowing it and had to get a divorce when they found out.

From a detached observational point of view, this is in fact very interesting. One of the most basic premises of race realism is that you feel closer to people who are genetically similar to you. This starts with your immediate family being the people you will always be closest to, then spreads to the extended family, then the ethnic group, then the race.

I am half Irish, give or take (don’t know if it’s 3/8ths or 5/8ths, the DNA test I took was too general), and the rest Nordic/Germanic. I have never had a full-Irish friend, but my three best friends in life have been half Irish, half Northern European. That is gosh darned interesting when you think about it. Because it was certainly not a thing that I ever thought about myself.

So the idea that you would feel these very strong emotions when first meeting an immediate relative you were separated from at birth is fascinating. Of course, normal people would not act on those emotions, because they would have the sense to know it was sick, whatever they were feeling.

So you have two irregular elements here:

  1. The separated at birth scenario, and
  2. The fact that these two people were sick enough to go through with their emotional syndrome

This is the perfect place for the Jews to come through and start shilling for incest to be legalized and normalized.

Because we’ve normalized homosexualism and transgenderism and every other pervert thing you can think of, what exactly can the normie true believer put forward as an argument against incest?

Yes, they can talk about potential deformities in the child. Sure. But in general, sex isn’t supposed to produce children in our modern kike paradigm anyway. Sex is purely about one individual getting physical pleasure from the body of another individual.

It’s possible that the machine won’t go into full gear over this because there is a child and that complicates the argument, but you are going to see some Jews come out and say “yeah but what did they do wrong??? Consenting adults!”

Because this is where you end up when you take a ride on Dr. Shlomo’s Slippery Slope.