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Due to recent events, I am compelled to expose more American citizens to individuals in our past history who have been both influential and detrimental to Christianity, culture, and morality in our great country.

 

Right around the same time Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger, was advancing her abortion agenda (including eugenics and population control), and around the same time John Dewey was promoting his socialist agenda in public schools, evil was about to kick into hyper-drive. Hollywood, academia, and the media buried the truth that sexologist Alfred Kinsey and his associates had performed their “research” on young children and were guilty not only of scientific fraud, but of serious crimes.

 

The following is an excerpt from the book, ERADICATE: BLOTTING OUT GOD IN AMERICA, chapter 8 entitled, Normalizing Homosexuality:

 


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The promotion of promiscuity is practically everywhere in our secular-progressive culture so who and what contributed to alter­ing traditional beliefs in America? We exposed Margaret Sanger and Planned Parenthood already. Who else helped progress the perversion?

 

Some refer to Alfred C. Kinsey as the Father of the “Sexual Revo­lution” in America, while others refer to him as the most influential bisexual pedophile and child molester in this nation’s history. In 1997, biographer James Jones called Kinsey a sadomasochistic homosexual.

 

One goal of Kinsey’s research was to prove that humans are sexual beings, and the earlier in life we start to experience sexual pleasure, the better. Kinsey fed his perverted sex drive by selling his theory that there was “widespread ignorance of sexual structure and physiology.” He believed waiting to have sex, especially until getting married, was psychologically harmful. This subject matter could be (and has been) expanded into an entire chapter or book of its own, but let’s look at Kinsey’s impact through the lens of gay activism in America.

 

Alfred Kinsey’s research was funded by the Rockefeller Foundation in the late 1930’s. The Rockefellers also funded Margaret Sanger’s first birth control clinic in 1923 and continue to fund abortion and popula­tion control research today. Another of Kinsey’s influences was Dr. Herrmann Muller, one of his colleagues at Indiana University. Muller was a member of the American Eugenics Society and had studied under Ernst Rudin. (Rudin became the head of the Nazi Racial Hygiene Society and contributed to Margaret Sanger’s Birth Control Review.)

 

Kinsey had a lack of respect for human life, morality, and religion. The Human Life Foundation published Rebecca Messall’s research “The Evolution of Genocide,” also confirming that “Kinsey was a self-avowed eugenicist.” Alfred Kinsey founded the Institute for Sex Research at Indiana University in 1947, now known as the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction.

 

Early on, Kinsey conducted most of his research in the attic of his Bloomington, Indiana home. If you consider this horror, he truly inspired the future trend of pornography. Most notably, Kinsey influ­enced Hugh Hefner to launch Playboy Magazine, the “soft” approach to porn, which in time would escalate the widespread use of pornog­raphy through magazines, cable TV, and the Internet. America would be changed forever by the pornography pandemic.

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