New Hollywood Film 'Kinsey' Promotes Child Molester Who Launched 'Sexual Revolution'
News With Views | September 15 2004
FLASHBACK: The Kinsey Report: How a Rockefeller Funded Study Laid the Groundwork For Today's Moral and Cultural Collapse
Concerned Women of America (CWA) has sounded the alarm on a new Hollywood film to debut in November: Kinsey. According to Concerned Women of America:
"For more than 55 years, pioneer sex researcher Alfred C. Kinsey's work has had a profound effect on American culture. Once a household name, Kinsey is not known to most people under 40. Yet his studies in the late 1940s and early 1950s, heralded as the first "scientific" look at sex, became the foundation of the sexual revolution that has rocked not only America but the world.
"Kinsey's relative anonymity will change in November, when the film Kinsey, starring Liam Neeson, is slated for release. According to early reports, the movie, directed by homosexual activist Bill Condon, glosses over the stunning fact that much of Kinsey's work has been revealed as fraud, and that he aided and abetted the molestation of hundreds of children in order to obtain data on "child sexuality."
"Kinsey's work has been instrumental in advancing acceptance of pornography, homosexuality, abortion, and condom-based sex education, and his disciples even today are promoting a view of children as "sexual beings." Their ultimate goal: to normalize pedophilia, or "adult-child sex."
In 2000, Dr. Judith A. Reisman, PhD., put out a book titled, Kinsey: Crimes & Consequences. This book received very high praise, i.e. "In the course of producing my documentary - Kinsey's Paedophiles - it became clear that every substantive allegation Reisman made was not only true but thoroughly sourced with documentary evidence - despite the Kinsey Institute's reluctance to open its files." Tim Late, UNESCO and Amnesty International Award-winning producer-director of "Kinsey's Paedophiles"
In Reisman's book, Crimes & Conseuqences, The Red Queen & The Grand Scheme are exposed:
"In 1948, the Institute for Sex Research at Indiana University was led by eugenicist Alfred C. Kinsey, whose sex research shook America's moral foundations and launched the 1960s Sexual Revolution. Fifty years later new revelations confirm Dr. Judith Reisman's 1981 expose of scientific fraud and criminally derived data contained in the publicly funded Kinsey Reports.
"Dr. Reisman revealed that Kinsey conducted human experiments in a soundproof laboratory built to his specifications at Indiana University, and that the sexual abuse of at least 317 infants and young boys was a scientific protocol for Kinsey's 1948 report. Dr. Reisman discloses for the first time the ongoing consequences to the American people and the world based on Kinsey's deliberately skewed research.
"Kinsey died in 1956 but his Institute endures today under the expanded title of "The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction," suggesting an even more ominous threat to human rights and liberty."
The funding for this institute at Indiana University is paid by the citizens of the State of Indiana through taxes and through federal grant money appropriated by Congress and channeled through Health and Human Services (HHS).
Eugenics is defined as: The study of hereditary improvement of the human race by controlled selective breeding.
Another well known eugenicist was Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood. In a scathing condemnation of Sanger, BlackGenocide.org states:
"From the beginning, Sanger advocacy of sex education reflected her interest in population control and birth prevention among the "unfit." Her first handbook, published for adolescents in 1915 and entitled, What Every Boy and Girl Should Know, featured a jarring afterword: 'It is a vicious cycle; ignorance breeds poverty and poverty breeds ignorance. There is only one cure for both, and that is to stoop breeding these things. Stop bringing to birth children whose inheritance cannot be one of health or intelligence. Stop bringing into the world children whose parents cannot provide for them.'
"To Sanger, the ebbing away of moral and religious codes over sexual conduct was a natural consequence of the worthlessness of such codes in the individual's search for self-fulfillment. "Instead of laying down hard and fast rules of sexual conduct," Sanger wrote in her 1922 book Pivot of Civilization, "sex can be rendered effective and valuable only as it meets and satisfies the interests and demands of the pupil himself." Her attitude is appropriately described as libertinism, but sex knowledge was not the same as individual liberty, as her writings on procreation emphasized.
"The second edition of Sanger's life story, An Autobiography, appeared in 1938. There Sanger described her first cross-country lecture tour in 1916. Her standard speech asserted seven conditions of life that "mandated" the use of birth control: the third was "when parents, though normal, had subnormal children"; the fourth, "when husband and wife were adolescent"; the fifth, "when the earning capacity of the father was inadequate." No right existed to exercise sex knowledge to advance procreation. Sanger described the fact that "anyone, no matter how ignorant, how diseased mentally or physically, how lacking in all knowledge of children, seemed to consider he or she had the right to become a parent."
Kinsey, starring Liam Neeson, is due to be released in a limited number of theaters nationwide on November 14, 2004.