By Scott Tibbs, January 29, 2014
It is amazing to me how many of the same people who justifiably condemn the Roman Catholic Church and Penn State so-called "University" for failing to protect children from sexual predators will aggressively defend the Kinsey Institute and Alfred Kinsey specifically.
When the Herald-Times reported on the Kinsey Institute getting access to some written material, I posted a simple comment: "Justice for the children of Table 34." This caused Leftists to become enraged. I was called names and personally attacked, but the facts are on my side.
Kinsey's crimes against humanity were documented in his own book and the facts have been well-established for decades now. The facts, provided by Alfred Kinsey himself, are as follows: Kinsey interviewed a demonic, evil monster known as "Mr. Green," who provided information on how the children he brutally tortured reacted to the horrific tortures committed against them.
Kinsey published this information in his book and never turned "Mr. Green" over to the civil magistrate so he could be punished and so other victims could be protected. Instead, Kinsey profited professionally from the information "Mr. Green" provided to him. All of this has been well-established and well-documented for decades. Because of his demonic behavior, Kinsey can easily be compared to Nazi maniac Josef Mengele.
While some would recoil at Nazi comparisons to anything, it is appropriate. The Nazis were certainly evil, but they are hardly unique to history. We need only look at the infamous Tuskegee experiment where treatment for syphilis was intentionally withheld from blacks to see this kind of evil in our own history. Of course, we also committed genocide against the various American Indian tribes.
So given Kinsey's evil, why does he have such a devoted cult of followers? The answer is simple: Kinsey is considered the father of the "sexual revolution" and sexual license. Militant homosexuals and militant abortion-rights advocates venerate him as if he is the prophet of a religion. But this makes no sense. One can argue that consenting adults should be able to engage in whatever sexual practice they see fit without defending a monster who profited from the savage and brutal rape of children as young as infants.
When Alfred Kinsey died, the world became a much better place. It is a terrible injustice, though, that he was never prosecuted for his crimes against humanity. But while Kinsey might have escaped man's judgment, he did not escape the judgment of Almighty God. Ever since the day he died, Kinsey has been suffering in horrible burning agony in Hell Fire, where he will continue to suffer in horrible burning agony for all eternity.