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Conservative politician offered mother and daughter to cannibals

by | 8th, May 2012

THESE are testing times for Europe’s Conservatives. Take Hans Ulrich R, founder of the Embrachertal branch of the Conservative Party, a cheese maker, convicted murderer (in 1988 he murdered a woman then impaled her on a tree) and Winterthur council staffer in trouble for advertising that a friend’s wife and daughter wanted to be killed and eaten. The advert posted on the web in 2010 said that Peter J’s wife, Patricia J, 27, and and their 12-year-old daughter craved being dead and eaten by a “sadistic master or butcher who can educate us mindless creatures”.

The ad went on:

“We are also keen to meet gentlemen interested in slaughter and dolce who would like to roast us on a spit.”

Dolce means cannibalism.

The ad was a lie. Mrs J and Miss J did not want to be eaten. They did not write the advert, as it seemed. Hans Ulrich R, aka “Marquis el Diablo”, did it all. He said his advert was an effort to help Mr J – his co-founder of the Conservative club – to negotiate his divorce.

How Ulrich ended up working for Winterthur town council will doubtless be discussed at his trial.

Also, in the race for power, should the Tories chase every vote and appeal to every “community”? Of cours, if cannibals outnumber vegetarians, Muslims, homosexuals or the rich, Ken Livingstone and other divisive politicians may well woo them…

 



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