A Muslim Lifestyle Unfit For Man Or Beast

by LT. COLONEL JAMES G. ZUMWALT, USMC (RET) January 18, 2018

Historians often have difficulty determining with certainty when past empires actually began declining. Usually, several factors interact at different times causing once-great empires and civilizations eventually to fall by the wayside.

For those unaware of it, Western civilization's decline is in progress. While several factors contribute to this progression, an outrageous lifestyle recently gaining acceptance in Germany illustrates just how low into a moral abyss Western values have sunk.

This lifestyle's acceptance will be cited by future historians as evidence of our inability to grasp a demise occurring right before our eyes.

It comes as a direct result of an open-door Muslim immigration policy. As other Western host nations, including the U.S., similarly have opened their doors to Muslim immigrants, they must view the German experience as a bellwether of what awaits them. As Muslim populations grow, some of their cultural demands, found repugnant to many in the West, will be imposed upon host countries.

Brothels abound in a Germany, where prostitution is legal. But what has shockingly evolved as a result of an increasing Muslim population are "bestiality brothels." Yes, in a country where all aspects of the sex industry are permissible, so too are licensed bestiality brothels - also known as "erotic zoos." Progressives wielding power in Germany find bestiality acceptable as a "lifestyle choice."

Some perverts harboring a loin-full lust of the farm animal variety apparently are unwilling even to wait in lines at such brothels. A farmer in southwest Germany, noting his sheeps' unusual timidity around humans, set up CCTV cameras in his barn. He was shocked to observe Muslims not only violating his property boundaries but the boundaries of human decency by violating his sheep as well. These transgressors adopted a "wham, bam, thank you, lamb" approach to satisfying their sexual proclivities.

Even animals at public parks are victimized by such actors. A young girl visiting Berlin's Gorlitzer Park was traumatized by a Muslim male mounting a pony - in a sexual way. Photographing the offender, she reported him to authorities. The 23-year-old Syrian man was arrested and charged - not with bestiality but with "causing public nuisance via sexual activities."

Inherent dangers exist for animal rapists "having their way" with four-legged sex partners. In August, 15 children and young adults in a Moroccan village apparently were attracted to the same ass - i.e., a donkey. Only later did they discover this beast of burden left them with a burden of their own - rabies. All 15 spent a week hospitalized, receiving painful shots. A call was put out for anyone who had "approached" or "admired" the donkey to seek treatment.

Lest progressives suffering from acute political correctness dismiss this animalistic sexual activity as a passing fad, they need understand it is not. Clerics have often been asked about Islam's acceptance of the practice. In Afghanistan, video of a Taliban soldier's love embrace of a donkey was captured. Any animal "refugees" seeking to cross the border into Pakistan to avoid the Taliban's sexual exploitation will fair no better as lustful eyes await them there as well. Pakistan apparently ranks first globally for the greatest number of bestiality internet searches.

Even Iran's Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini purportedly joined in the animal sex discussion, sanctioning the practice with an odd qualifier:

"A man can have sex with animals such as sheep, cows, camels and so on. However, he should kill the animal after he has his orgasm. He should not sell the meat to the people in his own village; however, selling the meat to the next door village should be fine."

Disgustingly condoning bestiality, Khomeini voiced a reservation about selling erotically tainted animal meat for consumption to Muslims in one's own village but not to villagers next door. Muslims may wish to give "halal" meat (prepared in accordance with Islamic law) a new warning label of "caveat emptor" (buyer beware).

Meanwhile, in the U.K., government officials in Birmingham ignored a "tsunami" of child abuse cases, involving Muslim rape gangs tasing female victims, for fear of being labeled as racist and Islamapobic. To prevent public criticism of its increasing Muslim population, the government passed laws banning criticism - even if truthful.

And in Sweden - a country deemed the rape capital of the West due to Muslim gangs - police suggest women either not venture out unescorted or, ridiculously, wear wristbands bearing the words, "Don't Touch Me," to deter would-be rapists.

Clearly, a new low for Western values has been established as farm animals are now added to a list already including women and children as fair game for a despicable Muslim lifestyle.

In the Netherlands, where 64,000 Syrian refugees now live, tolerance of intolerance has been added into the mix. Combat jihadist Saleh Ali falsely claimed refugee status. On Dec. 28, while yelling "Allahu Akbar," he smashed windows at a Jewish restaurant. Police allowed him to act out his rage before arresting him. Appearing in court dressed in camouflage, he told the judge he had other violent plans in mind. He was released.

Tragically, we are helping facilitate our own demise. It is doubtful any other civilization in the history of man has undertaken so little effort to defeat an ideology so committed to destroying it.

A version of this piece also appeared on http://www.wnd.com/    

Lt. Colonel James G. Zumwalt, USMC (Ret.), is a retired Marine infantry officer who served in the Vietnam war, the U.S. invasion of Panama and the first Gulf war. He is the author of "Bare Feet, Iron Will--Stories from the Other Side of Vietnam's Battlefields," "Living the Juche Lie: North Korea's Kim Dynasty" and "Doomsday: Iran--The Clock is Ticking." He frequently writes on foreign policy and defense issues.


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