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Denmark: OK to Rape Animals But Not OK to Have Halal and Kosher Meat

by  on February 24, 2014 in FeatureLoon PoliticsLoon-at-large

By Emperor

Sheep shagging and other assorted bestiality is legal in Denmark, a country that has recently been marred by controversy over its ban on Halal and Kosher meat slaughter, which is considered “inhumane” by opponents. Minister of agriculture Dan Jørgensen told Denmark’s TV2 that “animal rights come before religion”.

Interestingly, animal brothels are openly doing business in Denmark  where there is a thriving bestiality scene, clients come from such places as Norway, Sweden, Holland and Germany. (h/t: Cliff)

This is remarkable, I thought these nations were supposed to be all about “choice?” What choice does an animal have in getting banged by a human?

Animal brothels legal in Denmark


Laws in both Denmark and Norway are fairly open when it comes to a person’s legal right to engage in sexual activity with an animal. The law states that doing so is perfectly legal, so long as the animal involved does not suffer. According to the Danish newspaper 24timer, this interesting gap in the law has led to a flourishing business in which people pay in order to have sex with animals.

On the internet, several Danish animal owners openly advertise their services. The newspaper contacted several such individuals and was told that many of the animals have been engaged in this kind of activity for several years and that the animals crave the sexual stimulation. The newspaper found that the cost charged by the animal owners varied from DKK 500 to 1,000 (USD$85 to $170).

Since Danish laws are so similar to Norwegian laws, the animal bordello phenomenon has led many to question if such a practice could be legal in Norway as well.

Torunn Knaevelsrud is the section chief for animal welfare for the Norwegian Food Safety Authority. “It is difficult to say yes or no,” he replied to a question about the legality of animal bordellos in Norway.

“It could be that the animals don’t really care,” Knaevelsrud 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. Either that they are held fast, or frightened, or suffer pain or physical injury,” Knaevelsrud said.

Norway is currently reviewing its Animal Protection Act and several groups, including the Norwegian Animal Welfare Alliance, have proposed making amendments which forbid sexual intercourse with animals.

“The acts provoke moral disgust. The question is whether immorality should be made illegal. The FSA group discussing the new animal protection act has been in disagreement about this,” Knaevelsrud said.

One of the owners of an animal bordello in Denmark said that many of his clients come from abroad and travel some distance for his services. “But the clients tell us that it is much simpler to buy animal sex in Denmark than in their own country,” the owner said, explaining that many of his clients come from Norway, Sweden, Holland and Germany.

I think Dave Chappelle got it right, once you go for monkey sex you’re out of the human sex game.: (WARNING: Explicit Content–It’s Dave Chappelle)


Comment: A new religious leader should cleanse this filth. God exists, and Hell is eternal.

Danish ban on ritual slaughter

Denmark has joined the growing list of European countries to ban kosher slaughter. The ban is to take effect next week.
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By David Lev

First Publish: 2/13/2014, 9:54 PM



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Denmark on Thursday joined the growing list of European countries to ban kosher slaughter. The ban is to take effect next week, after Denmark’s Agriculture Minister signed the order Thursday.


The ban is largely symbolic, because there are currently no kosher slaughterhouses in Denmark. Nearly all meat for the country’s small Jewish community is imported. Despite this, the country’s 6,000 Jews inundated government offices with protests over the ban.


Speaking to reporters, Minister Dan Jørgensen said that “animal rights come before religious rights. I am in favor of religious slaughter, but it must be done in a way that does not bring pain to the animal. This can be accomplished only by stunning.”


According to Jewish law, stunning an animal before slaughtering renders it unkosher. Stunning damages various body parts and causes the animal to hemhorrage, making removal of the blood via cutting the arteries and veins impossible.


In the wake of Denmark’s move, Rabbi Menachem Margolin, head of an umbrella group of EU Jewish organizations, called on Denmark’s Prime Minister to cancel the order. At a recent meeting with top EU officials, Rabbi Margolin was told that shechita bans were in contradiction to EU laws guaranteeing freedom of religion.


In a letter to Danish officials, Margolin wrote that conducting kosher slaughter was a “bare minimum necessary for the survival of a Jewish community anywhere. Shechita bans in Denmark are hurtful to Jews in the country, in Europe, and throughout the world.”

With the ban, Denmark joins a growing list of countries where Jewish ritual slaughter is illegal, including Poland, Holland, Switzerland, and others.

Comment: As you all know, I am moderate on this point. However, both Christians and the Radical Left should consider why abortionists allow people making pictures, but ritual slaughterhouses don’t.