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Fritzl Watch: Neighbours Incest, Princess Beatrice And Space Nazis

by | 10th, May 2008

fritzl2.jpgFRITZL Watch: Anorak’s look at Josef Fritzl, Elisabeth Fritzl, Nazis and assorted Frtizls in the news. With special guest star, Princess Beatrice…

COURIER MAIL (Aus): “Uproar over incest storyline”

A NEW TV soap storyline involving incest between an aunt and a nephew has been branded “sick” and “opportunistic” by a leading family group. The latest Neighbours plot features Nicola West (Imogen Bailey) and nephew Riley Parker (Sweeney Young) in a secret intimate relationship.

Turns out you can live too close to your family.

It comes after the world was sickened by news that Austrian father Josef Fritzl had imprisoned and raped his daughter for nearly a quarter of a century.

The Australian Family Association has accused producers of using the recent news events to try to attract viewers.

The Australian Family Association has been accused of using recent stories to further its own cause.

GLASGOW DAILY HERALD: “Being a chip off the old block isn’t all it’s cracked up to be – ask Beatrice”

It’s Kaye Adams: Princess Beatrice inherited her mums “great pear-shaped butt of hers? What a bummer!”

Says Kaye: “At first glance there seems nothing positive to be taken from the horrific tale of Josef Fritzl, the Austrian who kept his daughter and three children by her incarcerated in a cellar.”

Well, there’s the Teutonic engineering, the family planning, the…

But this man, who might be regarded as the embodiment of evil, appears, at least, to have failed to pass on his twisted soul to his daughter Elizabeth.

She cared for their children as any mother should, tried to make life ‘normal’, told them stories, tried to educate and amuse them and protect them from a living hell.

Whether or not you can cast off a fat ass isn’t worthy of discussion – that you can make good out of evil is a comfort to us all.

File under Beyond Parody…

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