Shocking news has risen and modified the world. In recent headings, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that sex with animals is entirely legal – so long as it does not involve ‘penetration’ (; How is this right and allowed? This is so ludicrous and immoral it’s not humanly sane. How is this possible? God is against this! Leviticus 18:23 says: “And you shall not lie with any animal and so make yourself unclean with it, neither shall any woman give herself to an animal to lie with it: it is perversion.”

The facts of this unheard-of yet true case are as follows:

A British Columbian man apparently smeared his 15 year old step-daughter’s genitals with peanut butter, which he then got the family dog to lick off while he took photographs. Attempts to make the dog have intercourse subsequently failed – though not it appears for want of trying (read court report at: csc/en/item/15991/

This is disgusting and heart-breaking news as animals are unaware of what they are doing. It is sick and shouldn’t be tolerated nor even possibly thought of?! Exodus 22:19 says: “Whoever lies with an animal shall be put to death.”

One might have thought this was something out of question, especially as the court had a choice in making its decision. But this just shows how corrupt our legal systems are and how messed up it really is.

Historically, the definition of bestiality has included a requirement of penetration but, when the Canadian Parliament adopted the term, it omitted to define it.

In interpreting the legislation, therefore, the court had a choice: between a narrow, legalistic definition, and one that took account of the moral and social role of the legislation aimed at discouraging the behaviour in question and protecting people subject to it, and for the animals themselves who cannot speak or have a conscious awareness in what is happening.

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Source: Voice For Justice UK

Rewritten by Gemma Smith