- 1948/54 Book Symbolism - 2004 - Film
Alfred Kinsey's book 'Sexual Behaviour in the Human Male' (1948) was credited with kickstarting the sexual revolution. What many people don't know about Kinsey is that Chapter 5 of this book, which dealt with child sexuality, was compiled from the diaries of a paedophile/s.
Chapter 5 can be read here:
Kinsey followed up his research with this book in 1954.
The Red Queen and The Grand Scheme.
'In 1948, the Institute for Sex Research at Indiana University was lead by eugenicist Alfred C. Kinsey, whose sex research shook America's moral foundations and launched the 1960's 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 revelaed 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.' Judith A. Reisman, PhD.
Additionally, Reisman (of Liberty University School of Law) in a faculty publication dated November 2016 in a document entitled:
The Origins of the Transgender Phenomenon: The Challenge and Opportunity for Training Lawyers, Judges and Policy Makers in the Historicity of Alfred Kinsey’s Pansexual Worldview
Ref: Janice M. Irvine - Sociology Department -
University of Massachusetts
Professor Ina Vukic [Prolific writer of journalistic articles] outines in her 'Evidence Regarding Kinsey' document of 2014:
Documentary: Secret History: Kinsey's Paedophiles
This is a Yorkshire Television production for Channel 4, produced and directed by Tim Tate, aired August 10, 1998. The documentary features interviews with Kinsey team members such as Paul Gebhard, Clarence Tripp, Kinsey Institute Director John Bancroft as well as several of Kinsey's biographers.
Kinsey - The Movie - 2004
In 2004, Hollywood released what can be describsed as a propaganda hit piece for Kinsey. Interestingly, in the opening scenes of the movie we see a young Alfred Kinsey as a boy, in a forest, with Octo Ring symbolism.
In this scene, one of Kinsey's Pedo data collectors admits to 'sexual relations' with children.
In response 'Kinsey' responds with "No one should be forced to do anything against their will." As we know, one of the biggest arguments pedophiles use in support of their activity is that children have the capacity to (willing) consent to sexual relations with an adult. Hence, if it is not "against their will", what harm will it do? Thus, can one conclude that this screen language is somewhat approving of such behaviour?