The German Genocide council calls for relationships and marriages between all types of consenting, hetrosexual adults to be legalized in Germany to prevent violations of international genocide laws.
The council accuses the German government of promoting false accusations of sexual deviancy by forcing adults to seek relationships outside of their families with incompatible individuals who tend to bring those false accusations based on their genetic behavior.
In particular, the council wants hetrosexual incest to be legalised to allow evolution to produce human life in Germany.
The council refered to the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide to strengthen their argument on the social injustice faced by every German when they're not allowed to produce children with siblings or any other type of hetrosexual adult. Preventing the birth of children is a violation of genocide laws.
The definition of the crime of genocide, as set out in the Convention, has been widely adopted at both national and international levels, including in the 1998 Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Importantly, the Convention establishes on State Parties the obligation to take measures to prevent and to punish the crime of genocide, including by enacting relevant legislation and punishing perpetrators, “whether they are constitutionally responsible rulers, public officials of parliament or private individuals” (Article IV).