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Wednesday, 8 September 2010

Dutch anger as fertility clinics accept neo-Nazi sperm donor's request to only promote 'strong white race'

Holland is considering tightening up regulations governing sperm donors after clinics accepted the offerings from a prominent neo-Nazi who said he wanted to promote ‘a strong white race’.

Patrick de Bruin attached the condition that his sperm should ‘only be used for white couples' infertility treatment’.

De Bruin wrote on an extreme-right web forum that he was donating his ‘Aryan seed’ in order to compensate ‘for the high birth rate among Muslims’.

He added: ‘I want as many blond blue-eyed children to be born as possible.’

Although his offer was rejected by some clinics, two centres - the Rijnstate hospital in Arnhem and Sint Geertgen clinic in Elsendorp – allegedly agreed to the restrictions.

The scandal was unearthed during a joint investigation by public broadcaster VARA and the Kafka research group.

The Sint Geertgen clinic even allows donors to detail restrictions on admission forms.

Pim Janssen, head of the Rijnstate sperm bank, told the show the incident should not have happened and called for stricter guidelines governing sperm donation.

He said his clinic has since destroyed the sperm.

The case is particularly sensitive in Holland because the country, which was occupied by the Nazis during WWII, has recently seen the rise of far-Right politicians.

Geert Wilders, who leads the increasingly powerful Party for Freedom, has called to ban the Koran and stop further Muslim immigration.

Daily Mail