As Migrant Population Reaches 22% Animal Brothels Open in Germany … Yes, Seriously

Kirsters Baish| With the masses of refugees making their way from jihadist infested war zones in the Middle East and North Africa to Europe, there have been some strange happenings. Germany has become the final destination for many of these migrants.

Reuters reported that Germany saw an 8.5 percent increase in their migrant population by the year 2016. This left the total number of people within the country with an immigrant background of some kind at around 18.6 million.

It was noted by the Federal Statistics Office that around 1/5 of the population of Germany (roughly 22.5 percent) are either first or second generation immigrants. These people have one or less parents of any kind of Germanic heritage.

The bulk of these migrants who ended up in Germany came originally from other European nations and are described to have European heritage. There is, however, a large number of them who have come from the Middle East or Africa within the last few years.

It can be estimated that nearly 2.3 million people in the country have familial links to the Middle East of some kind. This is a 51 percent increase since 2011. Those whose families originated in Africa is around 750,000. This is a 46 percent increase since 2011.

Roughly 1 million of these immigrants from the Middle East and Africa came to Germany in 2015 and 2016 with a huge flood of refugees.

Now, the U.K. Daily Mail has made a startling report, which may or may not be related to the wave of migrants. There has been a large increase in cases of bestiality within Germany over the same time period that the migrants began flooding the country. There are actually reportedly “animal brothels” around the country.

No, you didn’t misread that. There has been a large increase in the cases of humans practicing sexual acts on animals. This disgusting trend and as some put it “lifestyle choice” has become prominent in the central European nation of Germany.

Madeleine Martin, a livestock protection and animal welfare officer, has come forward to warn the government that they are in dire need of laws in order to stop the spreading of these “brothels.” Animals are being abused, and beyond that it is simply unnatural. 

Martin made an example of a farmer with a flock of sheep who noticed that his animals had become very nervous around humans.

The farmer set up surveillance cameras all over his property to try and see what was going on with his animals. He was horrified to find that men had been coming into his barn at night and sexually abusing his livestock. Martin was extremely disturbed by the farmer’s discovery, and explained that this was just one example of the heinous acts that are going on all over the country. She is now demanding that the government take action.

As strange as it is, bestiality USED to be illegal in Germany. The law banning the act was dropped in 1969, so technically it is legal for humans to engage in sexual acts with animals. 

In 2016, there was a lot of talk about bringing the law back, but nothing ever came of it. Martin is ready to take action. She knows that changes have to be made soon, and she is demanding that the national Animal Protection Code make these changes.

Hans Michael-Goldman, the chairman of the agricultural committee, explained that changes in the laws could potentially be made in order to forbid humans from using animals “for individual sexual acts and to outlaw people ‘pimping’ creatures to others for sexual use.” This would ban animal brothels.

Conservative Tribune reported:

Violation of the newly proposed ban would likely result in a fine equivalent to more than $30,000 for a first offense, increasing thereafter. Of course, proponents of bestiality have vowed to fight any ban with legal challenges of their own, so we will have see how that plays out in court.

Animals cannot speak for themselves, similar to the way children cannot consent. It’s about time that someone stands up for them. We don’t allow pedophilia, so why would bestiality be okay?