External Articles | Posted: December 10, 2011
Sexual Sabotage book review - The Social Crediter
Sexual Sabotage is an impossible read. It is, however, an essential read. The 400 pages are packed with closely documented factual material on the orchestration of the post- World War II sexual revolution through corruption of research and education by the 'Sex Industrial Complex' backed by high financial interests.
Judith Reisman demonstrates with complete clarity that the sexual revolution of the last five decades of the twentieth century was deliberately generated by a pack of lies presented as academic research at the corporate and publically funded Kinsey Institute of Indiana University. That 'pack of lies' includes seriously flawed research data, interwoven with pornography, paedophilia and other perversions now classified as within the broad range of human sexual behaviour. Make no mistake: says the author:
Alfred. C. Kinsey was the most effective and deviant sexual philosopher in human history. He was the first acclaimed American scientist to insist that virginity is unhealthy, promiscuity helps marriages, pornography is constructive, obsessive masturbation and bestiality are never problematic, bi/homosexual sex acts are normal, and children are 'sexual from birth' and appropriate sex partners for adults. On and on for sixty years. (301)
Over that period, sex, drugs and pop culture have come to be accepted as normal in America. Sexual Sabotage is the history of an engineered change in culture and customary practices over the final decades of the twentieth century. Far from being the result of a common desire for greater freedom from moral restraints, change is shown to have been orchestrated by collusion between the big pharmaceutical companies, the press and the media, led by the Kinsey Institute and the other corrupt and corrupting academic institutions. It is possible to check the commonly available hard statistical data before and after the publication of the Kinsey reports. Before World War II statistics show violence, rape, child abuse, venereal disease and divorce to have been less common. Post-Kinsey, all measures show that the incidence of rape, violence, child abuse, divorce, sexually transmitted disease, illegitimacy, teenage pregnancy and abortion have escalated. What emerges from Judith Reisman's evidence is that the breakdown in social standards was deliberately cultured by vested interests through the media, legislation and educational establishments.
So - who was Kinsey? Alfred Charles Kinsey (1894 -1956) was an American biologist and professor of entomology and zoology. Kinsey's original research into human sexuality was originally funded by the Rockefeller and Ford Foundations. The same sponsors enabled Kinsey to found the Institute for Sex Research at Indiana University, now known as the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction. The Kinsey Reports on The Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948) and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female (1953) founded the modern field of sexology, the values-free 'scientific' study of human sexuality. The notion that physical relationships between human beings, i.e., the quest for physical pleasure from using the body of another, could be studied 'scientifically' aroused great controversy in the 1940s and 1950s. Judith Reisman shows how the bogus research findings of the Kinsey Institute and the establishment of training courses in sexology for health care professionals in other educational establishments has created a social climate in which the study of sexually deviant behaviour in the name of 'science' has become culturally acceptable. Judith Reisman demonstrates that Kinsey's scientifically and morally unsound research encouraged the popularization of pornography, promiscuity and paedophilia, and the commodification of children and sexuality. Failure to examine the original studies dispassionately implicates contemporary academics, social scientists, educationalists and other career professionals in the creation of a society in which vulnerable children and young people are increasingly physically and morally at risk. With over 1,100 references, Sexual Sabotage carries ample evidence of the need for a rigorous investigation of the authenticity of 'scientific' investigations of the Kinsey Institute.
Undoubtedly, the Kinsey Institute profoundly influenced social and cultural values. The establishment of Playboy and other pornographic publications followed directly from the Kinsey research publications, whilst academic research into all manner of sexual awareness and artificial arousal has been funded by the pornographic and pharmaceutical institutional networks. Far from being innocent, artificial sexual stimulation is addictive.
The author of Sexual Sabotage could best be described as the whistle-blower par excellence. Inevitably, she has been criticized as using unsubstantiated data to promote a reactionary right-wing agenda. Comparison of these scurrilous attacks with the book itself shows them up as part of the same agenda which laid the foundations for the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction during the late 1930s. From the outset, that agenda was neither bias-free nor scientifically objective. This raises the further question - how was this original research funded, and why? Judith Reisman traces the interconnections between the funding of the research and the control of the mass media which was essential to the success of the original venture:
Indiana University also provided financial support before, during and after Kinsey published the work. And the university's patron, the Rockefeller Foundation, provided resources to prepare and carry out a substantial blitzkrieg. As the first book's publication date approached, Indiana University wined and dined the most prominent reporters - supposedly objective journalists who then agreed to let Kinsey read and approve their articles prior to publication. ... (p72)
This raises further questions. Had four-year-old Alfred C. Kinsey met with an accident which he failed to survive, would the sexual revolution of the post-World War II period never have materialized? Would the course of social history have been entirely different? Or would some other individual have been sponsored by the same powerful corporate interests to pursue the same research agenda? If the answer to the latter question is, 'Yes!' One is left wondering - where did the impetus to degrade human morals in this way come from? Specifically, where did the finance originate to fund research into the 'science' of human sexuality? Why was money made available for education in sexology to be introduced in schools, colleges and universities across the world, when so many subjects are eliminated from the curriculum for lack of funds? Sexual Sabotage raises questions which cannot rightly be left unanswered.
Sexual Sabotage: How One Mad Scientist Unleashed a Plague of Corruption and Contagion on America, by Judith A. Reisman, WND Books (2010), ISBN: 978-1935071853