In 1989, a report from the national research council published a statement claiming "American society can be divided into two categories, the pre-Kinsey and post-Kinsey eras. OK? So who is Alfred Kinsey and how has he impacted America? Alfred Kinsey was an American biologist and professor of entomology and zoology, who in 1947 founded the Institute for sex research at Indiana University. He also released several books called the Kinsey reports which included "sexual behavior in the human male" and "sexual behavior in the human female." These books are considered some of the most harmful books in American history.
When the Kinsey report was first released, the famous ACLU lawyer Morris Ernst wrote that "virtually every page of the Kinsey report touches on legal code." He told the legal profession that no bar association, law school journal or lawyers committee should even consider discussing sex laws without looking over the Kinsey studies." According to Westlaw, the most widely used legal database, "between the years of 1982-2000, there were approximately 650 citations to Alfred Kinsey." The model penal code that was adopted in 1955 was based on Kinseys reports. Kinsey was considered the leading scientific expert in the world on human sexuality. In particular, he discussed laws concerning sex offenders and the education of children.
1. Lower the age of consent.
2. Children need early explicit school sex education.
3. Children need masturbation and homosexual/heterosexual acts taught to them.
4. Sex offenders rarely repeat crimes, they should be paroled
How were these views pushed?
1. 1950: Rockefeller funded the American law institute model penal code.
2. 1952: Harvard law review called for a code to change sex laws in accordance with Kinsey teachings.
3. 1955: Code was created and sent out to all legislators in the country via judges, sociologist, lawyers ect.
4. 1956: Code was adopted in almost all states in the union.
As noted, the model penal code was financed by the Rockefeller foundation. Coincidently, the Rockefeller foundation also funded the research of Alfred Kinsey. In the 1950's a congressional committee was formed under congressman B. Carrol Reece to investigate the influence of the large tax exempt organizations. The late Norman Dodd was the director of research for the Reese committee. In an interview before he died, Dodd stated that part of what the committee had learned was that the objective of the great foundations, was to remove America from the values on which she was built, and to do so through the education system. In one of his last interviews, Dodd stated " what we uncovered was the determination of these large endowed foundations (Carnegie, Ford, Guggenheim, and the Rothschild family) all working together towards the control of education int he United States."
The Kinsey data:
In the 1930s-1940s Alfred Kinsey conducted thousands of interviews with men and women, recording their sexual histories. The purpose of his studies was to discover the sexual behavior of the average man and woman at the time. Kinseys critics claim his real motive was not science, but a social agenda to change the morality of America. Many researches believe Kinsey smudged the data. So, how did he do it?
1. He said 10% of American men were fully homosexual for at least 3 years of their life, while 37% of American men had engaged in homosexual contact to the point of orgasm at least once in their life. Later studies proved Kinseys numbers were highly exaggerated. The new studies showed only 1% of men in the U.S. claimed to be homosexual, while only 2-3% had homosexual activity in their lifetime.
2. Kinsey also reported high levels of pre-marital sex, claiming that 69% of American men had visited prostitutes, and that 50% of married men were guilty of adultery. Again, a later study showed the levels of sexual promiscuity among males, were much less than Kinsey reported.
3. He used 1000-3000 sex offenders and prison inmates in his study on "normal American males."
4. To create high levels of homosexual activity, Kinsey went into Chicago's underground. Into gay bars and homosexual bath houses, and incorporated the radically gay population into his regular male data. Along with bootleggers, gamblers, male prostitutes, pimps, thieves, and hold-up men. All of this, according to his own report. Kinsey used similar tactics to redefine the American female.
5. To create high levels of female promiscuity among American wives, Kinsey redefined married women, including any woman that had lived with a man for a year. He regularly mixed prostitutes into his data on "normal American women." As a result, Kinseys report stated that 50% of American women engaged in premarital sex, while 26% were supposedly involved in adultery. Kinsey went on to report that an incredible 87% of unmarried women were having abortions, while 25% of married wives were also having abortions. It was these high percentages, shocking by even todays standards, this would help them legalize abortion in the years to follow.
Postmodern thinking in America today is no accident, it has been intentionally created by the elite foundations as part of a greater agenda. One in which the work of Kinsey plays a large role.
By far the most disturbing evidence against the Kinsey reports is the information concerning the sexual behavior of children. According to Kinsey, a child molester may have contributed favorably to a child's later socio-sexual development. The child sexual data was more fully exposed by Dr. Judith Reisman in the 1980's, who brought an even more disturbing allegation that Kinsey had trained multiple pedophiles to molest children. Needless to say, the Kinsey institute today denies Dr. Reismans allegations and Kinseys pedophile data directly impacted sex education in America. According to Kinseys interpretation, the children enjoyed the molestations while they occurred. (you don't ask a rapist if there victim enjoyed it!)
The idea that the children enjoyed being molested was shocking enough, but the suggestion even becomes more appalling when the testimony of Jonathon Gathorne-Hardy, a Kinsey biographer who was one of a few people allowed to view Kinseys private records stated, "the Kinsey institute is nervous people will read the journals. Rex King described having sex with this little girl....this little boy... I think the Kinsey institute felt right wing figures would pluck out things." He also said, "there are descriptions of King buggering boys, nigh on 13 who don't enjoy it, it's harsh stuff."
Kinsey also created scientific tables describing the sexual responses of young children, including orgasm. Some of the children in the studies were only 2 months old. Kinsleys idea of an orgasm included convulsions, fainting, crying, and striking. ( can you say sadomasochist) The sad part of this discussion? Kinseys teachings have been taught to almost all sex educators in the United States.
Esther White was one of the children molested in the experiments. She was taken by her father and grandfather to meet Alfred Kinsley. She met Alfred Kingsley in 1943 and described being "interviewed ect. She claims Kingsley gave her father a check, which would mean Kingsley was funding pedophiles for his research, a shocking implication. Esther claims her father used a stopwatch while molesting her. Her mother backed up the story.
Mass media seems to have always been on the side of Kinsey and his philosophy. A philosophy carried out by Hue Hefner in 1953 when he released playboy magazine. The same year Kinsey released "sexual behavior in the human female." Hefner made an immediate association between his soft porn magazine and Kinseys research. Hefner actually referred to the book in his first issue. Hefner also wrote about Kinseys first book, "sexual behavior in the human male." Hefner published the playboy philosophy, "a new morality for the post-Kinsey era." Hefner basically became a pamphleteer for Kinsey.
In 1983, Dr. Judith Reisman was appointed by the juvenile division of the department of Justice to investigate the images in playboy, penthouse and hustler. The reason for the study was due to rise in violent sex crimes committed by young adults against even younger children. The people committing the crimes were often found to have copies of penthouse and playboy magazines in their possession. In her study Dr. Reisman revealed that from 1953-1982 playboy, hustler and penthouse had published approximately 9000 images of children involved in sexual scenarios, an average of 8-9 images per issue. Dr. Reisman explains how these images can send continual flashbacks to individuals which in turn make them commit certain acts. Dr. Reisman believes millions of American men have been conditioned for decades by this type of imagery.
The addiction to porn has now been handed down to American children, giving their young minds a perverse view of reality, and the relationships between men and women. With mainstream soft porn magazines having normalized the idea of sex and violence against children, could this be as Dr. Reisman has taught, the reason for the continued rise of child abductions, child molestation and child murders in this country. Are these materials which are often defended under the first amendment, the real liberties in which our founding fathers fought and died for?
Dr. Reisman believes a conditioning has occurred between the use of cartoon imagery and sexual interest in children. In an interview she claims, "children are being trampled, sexually assaulted, kidnapped and murdered, and I have all those cartoons." For several years, Hustler magazine published a cartoon named Chester the molester. Chester the molester is a series in which a man is attacking young children. The artist of the cartoon was convicted of child molestation several years later. (he drew cartoons of himself and his daughter) Larry Flynt and hue Hefner have also been accused of child molestation, but have never been charged with a crime.
In 1971 readers digest published an article called "what sex offenders say about pornography." The article cited the FBIs uniform crime reports stating that "between 1960-1969 the number of forcible rapes committed by males under 18 increased by 86%. It could be concluded that some force impelling toward sex crime has been operating on younger males throughout the United States." The period described by the FBI was one in which playboy magazine had been the principle form of widespread pornography in America. Especially the kind which would find it's way into the hands of underage males.
The so-called soft porn industry has been normalized in America, partly because some of the most powerful, social and political leaders of the last half century have given interviews and appeared in these magazines helping make them part of Americas mainstream. (even jimmy Carter did an interview with playboy)
J. Gator Henry, a former producer for penthouse magazine brought several issues to light in an interview concerning the topic. He states that "Penthouse and Playboy magazine are stepping stones to deeper, darker types of pornography." He says "after looking at so many images of pornography, in order to get the same buzz you used to, you begin to look at younger and younger images of pornography. It makes your average Joe become so consumed with a thought, that the individual has to fulfill it, these are the guys who go and take girls."
In 1994 an underground film was released called "ChickenHawk: Men who love boys." The film documented the lives of certain members of (NAMBLA) the North American man/boy love association. The word chickenhawk is a reference in the gay community to older men who pray upon underage children, boys in particular.
While groups like (NAMBLA) seem to embrace an extreme viewpoint, the reality is that their philosophy is embraced by leading members of the academic community, in what is called sexology: the study of human sexuality.
These perversions have become engraved in sex education curriculum in America. Some of the leading pedophile supporters include: Dr. John Money of John Hopkins university, Dr. John DeCecco, Dr. Hubert Kennedy and Dr. Gilbert Herdt, all from San Fransisco University. Perhaps the most influential was the late Dr. Vern Bullough from the center for sex research at California state university Northridge. Each of these men have either been editors for or appeared in the Netherlands publication PAIDIKA: the journal of pedophilia. A pseudo-academic journal specifically dedicated to normalizing and ultimately legalizing child molestation in society.
Today, the two leading institutes that promote pedophilia are "the Kinsey institute" in Bloomington Indiana, and "the institute for the advanced study of human sexuality" in San Francisco. These institutes train the majority of sex educators in America. These institutions have successfully desensitized many American citizens and even powerful religious groups including the catholic church.
With so much devastation affecting America at so many levels, the question is, why hasn't something been done about Kinseys legacy? It is often reported that sex crimes have diminished in America, and that rape has supposedly declined by 85% since 1970. "The truth is, sex related crimes are 5x greater today per capita then they were in 1970," wrote Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, a Westpoint psychology professor and Pulitzer prize nominee. These people have designed the programs for sex education in America. Even Barack Obama supports teaching sex education to kindergartens. They teach 6 year old girls how to use condoms. To sum things up, ask yourself this question, "is sex education really intended to protect Americas children?"
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