SEX EXPERIMENTS OF ALFRED KINSEY
by Jim Keith
An effective foot soldier in the subjugation of the masses was the Rockefeller-funded Alfred C. Kinsey, the co-author of the highly influential Sexual Behavior In The Human Male, and other volumes. One technique of eugenics (selective breeding) and control is the destruction of traditional morality, and Kinsey may have accomplished more in that respect than any other man this century.
Kinsey studied at the Bussey Institution at Harvard in the 1920s (at the time a hotbed of eugenics research), then moved on to teach at Indiana University, where his work in cultural deconstruction would ultimately succeed in decimating American sexual mores, help to fragment the family, and would leave the population far more vulnerable to reproductive, cultural, familial, and mind programming.
Kinsey, always portrayed in the press as a wholesome "leave it to Beaver" style family man, was "one of the scholarly eugenicists of pre-World War II", according to biographer James Jones. Kinsey recommended that a portion of the "lower classes" be sterilized to foster a more robust gene pool.
Among his intimates was Dr. Ewen Cameron, the infamous CIA-funded mind control doctor.
Another of Kinsey's influences was Dr. Herrmann Muller, one of his colleagues at Indiana University. Muller, who had begun receiving Rockefeller funding from the National Research Council in 1925, received a Guggenheim grant in 1932 to pursue his work in the genetics department of the Rockefeller-funded Kaiser Wilhelm Brain Resarch Institute in Berlin.
Muller studied under Ernst Rudin, who was to become the head of the Nazi Racial Hygiene Society. One of the benefits of Rudin's policy for the extermination of hereditary undesirables in Germany was that it provided a continual harvesting of fresh brains for the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute.
Influenced by the Great Beast
Another of Kinsey's apparent influences was the occultist Aleister Crowley, "the Great Beast," known in the press as "the wickedest man alive." Kinsey visited Crowley's Thelema Abbey shortly before his death in 1955. Although it has not been established that Kinsey used Crowley as a research source in his books, they shared many friends and acquaintances, such as occultist film maker Kenneth Anger, American Nazi George Sylvester Viereck, and French pedophile Rene Guyon.
Anger has said, "Kinsey was obsessed with obtaining the Great Beast's (Crowley's) day-to-day sex diaries... To obtain grant monies and maintain the support of the university, Kinsey needed the excuse of research to validate his twenty-four-hours-a-day obsession with sex. However, Prok's (Kinsey's nickname) battle cry of 'Do your best and let other people react as they will' seemed a variation on Crowley's 'Do what thou wilt' maxim. (i.e. "Do what thou wilt is the whole of the law").
Increased illicit sexual conduct
Kinsey's most effective weapon for psychological warfare on the world was his Rockefeller-funded study of American sexuality, the most famous volume being his vaunted study of "normal" sexuality, Sexual Behavior In The Human Male, published in 1948. 200,000 copies of the book were sold within the first two months of its publication.
Kinsey was funded by the Rockefeller Foundation and, according to Dr. Judith Reisman, the author of Kinsey: Crimes And Consequences, "Kinsey's quantitative research, and his numbers, were a perfect fit for Rockefeller to utilize the mass media to 'shape public attitudes and conduct.' Attitudes were changed through mass communications, which caused a rejection of chastity, self control and moral public governance, as well as increased illicit sexual conduct. 'Social management' of this sort was nothing less for Rockefeller than changing America's way of life, by among other things altering what Kinsey would call 'breeding patterns' along an evolutionary or animalistic view of human sexual conduct."
The main problem with Kinsey's "quantitative research and his numbers" is that they were radically skewed in order to achieve his purposes.
Researchers into Kinsey's methods, which purportedly catalogue normal sexuality, have noted that he loaded the ranks of his test subjects with an inordinately high number of persons imprisoned for sex deviancy, prostitutes and child molesters, criminals estimated by one researcher as providing as high as one third of his overall subjects. Kinsey entered them into his database as normal examples of the population.
Kinsey's manipulation extended to his choice of staff. His assistants in his studies were selected from young students, both male and female, who were required prior to coming on board to provide their detailed sexual histories. Another requirement was that they be filmed in explicit sexual movies, ostensibly for research, that were shot in Kinsey's attic.
Kinsey's research included observation of child sexuality, the manual and oral stimulation of childrens' genitals, and the timing of child orgasms with stopwatches. Part of Kinsey's collection of sex films included films of children in sex acts and adult-with-child sex.
According to Reisman, "The Kinsey Report claims at least '317´ pre-adolescents' were sexually experimented upon by 'older adults,' and confirmation of at least 2,035 child experimental subjects were later admitted in 1980 by [assistants] Gebhard and Pomeroy as reported in Ethical Issues in Sex Therapy."
He said 95% violate sex laws
The information that was released in the Kinsey sex studies was damning in the extreme to traditional concepts of sexuality. Kinsey reported that 95 percent of American males had violated sex laws seriously enough to put them in jail, 85 percent had experienced premarital sex, 69 percent had used prostitutes, 45 percent were adulterers, as high as 37 percent had experienced orgasm in a homosexual act, and that 17 percent had had sex with an animal. In these post-Kinsey days this information is not that shocking, in fact it is almost believable, but in 1948 it fell upon the public like a bombshell.
According to reports of the time, the Kinsey Report "shocked" and "dumbfounded" the nation. The reason was simple: Americans knew that this information did not fit their own conceptions of sexual mores and behavior.
And they were right: Kinsey's statistics were wrong, and they remain wrong.
According to researchers Scott Lively and Kevin Abrams, "Recently, several studies have shown that America is not the hotbed of promiscuity and deviancy that Kinsey's study made it appear to be, even after forty-six years of influence by that study, which was loudly trumpeted as fact by the media and much academia." One recent study by the National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago showed that 83% of Americans had sex with one person or did not have sex in the preceding year, with half of those polled having had only one sex partner in the previous five years.
Any sex act is now acceptable.
This does not mean, however, that the American media does not continue to portray the country as one big swingers' club. With Kinsey, American mores have been almost completely warped, to the point where almost any sexual act is now acceptable. Wife swapping, easy divorce, swinging, the depiction of sex acts in the media, homosexuality, and sadomasochism are promoted as norms.
As with most actions of the social engineers, I believe that there are a number of reason for this. One is the creation of what has been called a "sensate" society, satiated with sex, drugs and TV (the modern form of "bread and circuses"), creating a numbed electorate who will never mount a challenge to their controllers. Another reason for this is the decoupling of sex from procreation, thus making the institution of sterilization and birth control policies, including abortion, more easily introduced to the masses.
An additional purpose is the destruction of the nuclear family, opening the door for greater social intervention and manipulation.
Although it is dangerous to point out in this era of Ellen-degenerated "sexual liberation," the forces that have sought to limit our real freedoms have historically been the first wave of assault for the destruction of traditional values regarding sex. This approach was exemplified by the Nazis, for whom, according to author Pearl Buck, "Love was old-fashioned, sex was modern. it was the Nazis who restored the 'right to love' in their propaganda."
Although social engineer Alfred C. Kinsey is long-dead, his legacy lives on - and the war against sexual sanity continues today.