The Kinsey Coverup | Posted: February 4, 2007

On Kinsey's German, Nazi Pedophile Aide; The New York Times Asks: "Alfred Kinsey: Liberator or Pervert?"

The following is excerpted from my upcoming book, Kinsey's Attic: The Shocking Story of How One Man's Sexual Pathology Changed the World. Further details on Kinsey's Gestapo/Nazi "sex researcher" are found in my book, Kinsey, Crimes & Consequences

Hundreds of articles appeared in the USA in 2004 and 2005 critiquing Kinsey's two PBSTV specials and the Fox Searchlight "Kinsey" feature. In a daring,"one time" mainstream media exposure, on October 3, 2004, The New York Times published reporter Caleb Crain's article, "Alfred Kinsey: Liberator or Pervert?"  Crain was the only reporter who revealed both Kinsey's on-going collaboration with serial rapist pedophile Rex King as well as Kinsey's Gestapo/Nazi "sex expert" and pedophile collaborator, Dr. Fritz von Balluseck.  Crain wrote:

Kinsey wrote to King, coaxing him to send his detailed diaries of his sexual exploits, including those with children. Jones reports that on Nov. 24, 1944, for example, Kinsey wrote, "I rejoice at everything you send, for I am then assured that that much more of your material is saved for scientific publication."....[And Reisman] alleges that Kinsey continued to correspond with King until 1954, and she points out that Kinsey also corresponded with Fritz von Balluseck, a German pedophile and former Nazi who was tried for murder.1

 Years ago, I wondered how anyone could molest so many children in the USA without alerting the parents, authorities--someone!  Could some of Kinsey's child sex "data" have come from World War II Nazi experiments, where parents were powerless to protect their children and where the police played a role in the crimes?2   My madcap hunch turned out to be on target.  Tipped off by a draft of Kinsey, Crimes & Consequences, the Yorkshire investigators tracked down at least one of Kinsey's pedophile collaborators, a former highly placed Gestapo officer.
 
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Kinsey's "Brief" Visit to Frankfurt Before von Balluseck's Final Arrest

Kinsey interview For some time, long-time Nazi party member, Dr. Fritz von Balluseck, mailed his on-going child abuse crimes to Kinsey.  Von Balluseck's diaries appear to date from 1936 to1956, revealing Balluseck's regular correspondence with Kinsey.  In fact, Kinsey sent his sympatico Nazi aide books about child sexuality--books that would have supported and encouraged the serial child predator's incestuous and pedophile crimes.
 
In the mid 1950s Interpol contacted the Kinsey team for help in locating a child sex killer the team had interviewed. The Kinsey Institute protected their WWII Gestapo agent (as they have always protected all their pedophiles and pederasts). They refused to give his name to Interpol under cover of shielding a possible child murderer from investigation based on "scientific" ethics.

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This defense was then and is now unconscionable, criminal and self-serving.  Indeed,   Kinsey and his fellow WWII draft-dodging team feared public exposure for aiding and abetting a WWII Gestapo agent in his ongoing, even murderous sexual violence against children.  Naturally, all of Kinsey's biographers deliberately covered up Kinsey's intense relationship with and training of his Frankfurt Gestapo aide.
 
This brings us to Kinsey's strange travels just before his untimely death.  Kinsey's co-author and one of his many sex partners, Wardell Pomeroy, wrote that in 1955 Kinsey decided to visit Europe. After visiting "the Scandanavian countries," England, France and  Italy.  After "[l]eaving Italy and Sicily, Kinsey ended his tour with stops in Portugal and Spain."3  

One would expect Kinsey to take one of the direct flights from Italy across the Mediterranean to Spain. However, the English investigative team that produced "Kinsey's Paedophiles" found out that Kinsey made a "brief stop" in Frankfurt--not mentioned by any of his television or print biographers. Why the circuitous route from Italy to Germany in order to reach Spain?  And if he was going to go vertically first to Germany, why did he bypass the much closer and operational Stuttgart and Munich airports to land in Frankfurt?4   The Stars and Stripes report Kinsey made a "brief stop at the Frankfurt airport on his way to Barcelona."  Why Frankfurt? And, how "brief" was "brief?"  Was Kinsey in Frankfurt for a few hours or a few days? 5

"On 13 of August, 1955" Proceedings Against von Balluseck "Were Stopped"

von Balluseck The truth about Kinsey has always been stranger than the fictions created to cover up reality. Just like his theft of Ralph Voris' files just after Voris died. Kinsey fan and biographer James Jones reported (Alfred C. Kinsey, A Public/Private Life, p. 390) reported: 

[U]nder the cover of darkness, he [Kinsey] entered Voris’ office and removed certain items, including copies and originals of their private correspondence. This accomplished, Kinsey and Clara returned to Bloomington, without staying for the interment two days later.

In his footnote to the above quote, Jones admits that there was a "written complaint" that someone had illegally entered Voris' office and remained there, "far into the night." (f 73 p. 836). Kinsey certainly would fly to Frankfurt to collect documents that he feared would prove his role in von Balluseck's crimes.  
 
Kinsey and von Balluseck were carrying on a regular correspondence.  The entire German press had reported that Kinsey warned his pedophile protege to be cautious, to avoid being caught by the authorities.  Knowing that Balluseck was recently arrested for child sexual abuse he had good reason to fear what von Balluseck might say during this and future interrogations.  In fact, von Balluseck was released from jail on August 13, 1955.  Did Kinsey lobby the judge, did he help von Balluseck--so that the judge ruled the abused child "fantasized," that she had a vivid imagination ("phantasiebegabt")?

For just three months after von Balluseck, a serial pedophile rapist, is cleared of child sexual abuse, Kinsey shows up on von Balluseck's home turf in Frankfurt. (See the November 21, 1955 photo from Stars and Strips.)  A coincidence?

pictureI think not.

Recall Kinsey's similarly sudden trip to pinch the deceased Ralph Voris' papers? 6  I suggest that Kinsey's flight to Frankfurt was deliberately planned. I suggest that Kinsey (painfully ill with orchitis remember, long before he decides to tour Europe) had to get to Frankfurt.  I suggest that von Balluseck was a major reason for Kinsey's decision to visit Europe in 1955.

Consider. Kinsey knew von Balluseck had a cache of his compromising letters as well as who-knows-what written by him in those personalized books.  These would be highly incriminating were von Balluseck to be convicted next time of child sexual abuse or even of a child sex murder.  And Kinsey knew there would be a "next time" quite soon. Kinsey's "brief" Franfurt visit was specifically to collect and destroy papers "originals and copies of their correspondence" connecting him with von Balluseck's serial child sex crimes.  Although von Balluseck may have given Kinsey most of his letters and books in Frankfurt, he saved a few small "mementos" for himself. These were the diaries and letters discovered when von Balluseck was again caught for mass child sexual abuse. This time he clearly did not influence the judge since von Balluseck was convicted. It was 1957, just after after Kinsey's death.

Kinsey Uses A Nazi Pedophile To Defame The Greatest Generation

von Balluseck Why do no American media expose this history-changing story?  In his 1957 trial, this former high German Nazi and current official was found to have sexually violated children for "over the last three decades" (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, May 22, 1957).

von Balluseck photo on his  WWII Nazi party membership card.
Yorkshire Television

"Ballusecks Vorbild: dte, USA,"  "Balluseck's role model USA"

"At the beginning of the trial, this horrible person sang praises to the moral and ethical collapse signs in the USA, which he followed after 1945.As a role model for his perverse actions, Balluseck named the works of the so called sexual psychologist Kinsey, who's out pourings are the highest example of the moral decay of the Imperial World and especially in the USA...." (The Neuss Deutschland, May 17, 1957)

Kinsey's child sex-crime "reports" from Dr. von Balluseck allegedly stopped arriving at the Institute after Kinsey died on August 26, 1956.  In May 1957 every major German newspaper headlined the sensational news about the Nazi and Dr. Kinsey.  Yet, no American media reported the trial.  The Kinsey Instutute continues to hide Kinsey as von Balluseck's guiding light, his authority, his master educator.  Some further examples:  

The Nazis knew and gave him the opportunity to practice his abnormal tendencies in occupied Poland on Polish children, who had to choose between Balluseck and the gas ovens. After the war, the children were dead, but Balluseck lived. [National-Zeitung, May 15, 1957].

Balluseck...corresponded with the American Kinsey Institute for some time, and had also got books from them which dealt with child sexuality. [Tagespiegel, October 1, 1957].

[N]ot only did he commit his crimes in Germany, but also during the war as an occupation officer, he committed numerous sexual crimes against Polish girls of between 10 & 14 years old. [Der Morgen, May 15, 1957]

Dr. Balluseck... [recorded measurements] of his crimes committed against children between 9 and 14 years old... in four thick diaries... of a pseudo-scientific character...while in correspondence with the American sexual researcher Kinsey... about his research results which as he said himself, took place over three decades. [Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, May 22, 1957]

The connection with Kinsey, towards whom he'd showed off his crimes,  had a disastrous effect on [von Balluseck]...[I]n his diaries he'd stuck in the letters from the sex researcher, Kinsey in which he'd been encouraged to continue his research....He had also started relationships...to expand his researches. One shivers to think of the lengths he went to. [Tagespiegel, May 17, 1957]  

In fact Indiana University and the Kinsey Institute would still be involved in, and would still be covering up, sexual crimes against children.  

Why? In the 1940s and 1950s the Kinsey cult was actively engaged in "prospective reports."  That is, they sought future "clinical" sex data from people, including predators.  The Kinsey team solicited sex diaries and daily sex calendars. Sexual predators would still be mailing those to the Kinsey Institute as of 2006. "Experiments" had occurred both "in the field" and at Indiana University, where predators of all sorts kept detailed records of varied crimes and sexual brutalities to send to Kinsey's institute.

Though I document Kinsey's crimes against adults and children throughout Kinsey's Attic, Fox's "Kinsey" movie furnished a fresh confirmation of those crimes from Kinsey Institute librarian Liana Zhou on March 6, 2005. The excerpt below is from the Website "Kinsey Institute in the News":

Liana Zhou, current head of the Kinsey Institute collections, just announced that the Kinsey Institute received another report from one of Dr. Alfred Kinsey's first interview subjects, now 91 years old.  Said Ms. Zhou:

"When he interviewed people he encouraged them to record their subsequent behaviour: self-stimulation, any kind of sexual contact. For 50-some years, ever since she was interviewed, she's been reporting." 7  [Emphasis added]  
Who else has "been reporting" to the Kinsey Institute for "50-some years, ever since [they were] interviewed"?  How many others?  Zhou gladly admits that some of Kinsey's subjects have obsessively continued mailing reports of their "subsequent" sex activities to the Institute.  Kinsey said he interviewed 1,400 convicted sex offenders and thousands of other sexual deviants!  Where is the concerned mass media, setting the record straight, getting the science right? Whose interests are being served by nurturing the growth of the Sex Industrial Complex?   

Notes

  1.  Caleb Crain, The New York Times, October 3, 2004.
  2. See my final Chapter in Kinsey, Crimes & Consequences where I explore the Nazi era activities.
  3. Wardell Pomeroy, Dr. Kinsey and the Institute for Sex Research, Indiana University Press, 1972, p. 428.
  4. German airport history in 1955 confirms that Munich, the airport closest to Italy/Sicily, already accommodated the Lockheed L-1049 G Super Constellation 1955, while the Stuttgart airport also handled commercial traffic.
  5. Several Sicilian airports existed in 1955. It is not known if Kinsey flew from Sicily or from the Italian mainland.
  6. James H. Jones, Alfred C. Kinsey, A Public/Private Life, W. W. Norton & Company, New York, 1997, p. 390.
  7. Justine Elias in Bloomington, Indiana, "Kinsey's sex revolution is marching on: As a film on Dr Sex arrives, the institute he founded stresses its scholarly role in the straitlaced Midwest," The Observer, United Kingdom, March 6, 2005. http://observer.guardian.co.uk/international/story.