This is inevitable

In the Telegraph: German man castrates teenage daughter's 57-year-old boyfriend.
Helmut Seifert, 47, an ethnic German originally from Russia, was enraged when he heard his 17-year-old daughter was having a relationship with Phillip Genscher, 57.

He went to police in the town of Bielefeld where he lives but officers said they were powerless to intervene.

"The man then recruited two work colleagues at his factory and then went to the house of the victim," said police.

"The man was forced to remove his trousers and, fully conscious, he was castrated. The severed testicles were taken away by the perpetrator."

The man was close to bleeding to death but managed to call police. His life was saved but he remains a eunuch for life.

Seifert pleaded guilty and will be on trial for attempted murder next year. But he has remained silent on who his accomplices were.

He told police: "I received a phone call anonymously that my daughter was involved with a guy 40 years older than her. You said you couldn't stop him – so I did.

"I saw it as my duty as a father."
(emphasis mine)

There are so many things wrong with this. And yet... I don't know I wouldn't have wanted to do the same thing, if presented with the same situation.

One thing struck me, though. That is the highlighted sentence: 'You said you couldn't stop him – so I did'. As our governments continue to dishonour the social contract, we inevitably are going to see (and maybe even do) more of this.

(via Vox Day)

[UPDATE001] Had I been the father of one of the victims of this piece of human waste, I would probably have had little qualms about taking a pair of pruning shears to its tender bits.

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