#117: Alfred Kinsey: Father of the Sexual Revolution—Dr. Judith Reisman

 #117: Alfred Kinsey: Father of the Sexual Revolution (Free Version)

 

The Roots of The Priestly Abuse Scandal—Part III

This is the third interview in a four-part series on the roots of the pederast priest crisis.

I have been reading Dr. Judith Reisman’s courageous research since 1989, when her explosive book, Kinsey, Sex, and Fraud, came out, exploding diehard myths about the sadomasochist pervert who spawned the Playboy Philosophy and Fake Sex Science.  

Reisman has been fighting the toxic and deadly effects of Kinsey’s failed Sexual Revolution long before it was cool to do so.

She is a Research Professor at Liberty University School of Law, a scientific adviser, California Protective Parents Association, and a distinguished Senior Fellow at the Inter-American Institute, and the author of books you need to read (see below) if you want to understand why Kinsey is the father of the anti-family, anti-woman, anti-chastity chaos and destruction known as the Sexual Revolution. Sixties. What an honor to introduce her and her work to a new international audience!

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In this episode you will learn

  • The basic bio of Alfred Kinsey, child abuser, homosexual, proven liar
  • How his 1948 book Sexual Behavior In the Human Male caught the lifelong attention of Hugh Hefner, who vowed to become Kinsey’s personal “pamphleteer”
  • How Playboy magazine started as revenge porn by Hefner, whose first wife Mildred cheated on him
  • Specific examples from the Kinsey book showing child sexual abuse and torture
  • Concrete examples of how Kinsey flat out lied to rationalize and spread his own degenerate behavior
  • How the Catholic Bishops naively accepted the advice of Kinsey-taught psychological “experts” to disastrous results
  • How the same experts who gave evil advice to the Church are criticizing her for encouraging the very behavior they promoted
  • Why heterosexual porn is inherently homosexual

 

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The Coffin Report (Premium content)

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In this Coffin Report, we hit the following:

  • Mississippi Senator Angela Hill (R) got a bill passed in the MS legislature that would ban abortions after the heartbeat of the unborn baby is detected. Bravo!
  • Well, Mr. Ted McCarrick has finally been “reduced to the lay state” for his crimes and delicts. But since he appealed (he lost), what does that say about his attitude toward what he did? And why is “laicization” (so he canonically belongs to the same category as laymen)any kind of punishment, compared to the lives he wrecked and the bad actors he promoted in the priesthood and episcopacy?
  • This week, Pope Francis “refrocked” the 94-year-old former priest-poet Ernesto Cardenal, who defied the Church, even after a personal warning from St. John Paul II, to continue as a Minister in the Nicaraguan Sandinista (full-on Marxist) government. He was suspended a divinis in the 1980s and never cared to return to his priesthood, as late as 2017 going on record as being indifferent to the idea. Something must have changed, although no public repentance has come out. Strange times.
  • With the big sex abuse summit in Rome being led by Blaise Cardinal Cupich, who refuses to believe that 81% of victims being teen boys has nothing to do with homosexuality. The Pope himself has asked the faithful to deflate their expectations of the event. Easy to do.
  • Kevin Cardinal Farrell, who oversaw the massive pro-LGBT world meeting of families in Dublin this summer, was named papal camerlengo this week. It’s a very important role in the Catholic Church. If you don’t know what the duties of the camerlengo are, don’t worry. Neither does Cardinal Farrell.
  • Homosexual French author Frederic Martel has a new book that claims 80% of cardinals and archbishops in the Vatican are gay. How does he know? Why is this book coming out on the eve of the summit in Rome? And why does Pope Francis depicted so sympathetically?
  • Jussie Smollett, the actor no one has heard of before this week who starred in a show no one watches, has been lying all along about his “racist/homophobic hate crime.” We look at a new hate crime hoax map. Just wow.
  • Lesbian actress Ellen Page went on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to emote, speechify, and virtue signal. Colbert provided pre-rehearsed eager support for what we now know was a pack of lies. Is it just me or does this story resemble the Covington teen story, where everyone fell over themselves to attack the teens before the facts came out?
  • This January-February is the worst Hollywood box office in eight years. No wonder.
  • Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán as instituted a desperate policy to shore up the Hungarian population, which has been falling drastically in recent decades: just have four kids or more, and you pay no taxes—for life!
  •  I have a plan to get Andrew Cuomo excommunicated. It’s not what you think.

 

 

 

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#116: Priesthood and the Crisis of Masculinity—Dr. Suzanne Baars, PhD (Free Version)

#116: Priesthood and the Crisis of Masculinity—Dr. Suzanne Baars, PhD (Free Version)

 

The Roots of The Priestly Abuse Scandal—Part II

This is the second in the series on the roots of the priest abuse crisis. The renowned Dutch psychiatrist and Nazi camp survivor Conrad Baars, MD, diagnosed the roots of the current priesthood crisis some 50 years ago. His insights into what he and longtime collaborator Dr. Anna Terruwe called “deprivation neurosis” are unusually accurate and they anticipate today’s headlines.

As a therapist, writer, and editor, his daughter Suzanne Baars is carrying on her father’s work. She dives deep into her late father’s work and how it applies to the current scandals.

 

In this episode you will learn

  • How Baars’ experience of enduring 19 months in the dreaded Buchenwald concentration camp formed and confirmed in him in the work of psychiatry
  • The role played by the anthropology of St. Thomas Aquinas in Baars’ insights into emotional health
  • Why true affirmation is so rare, and yet provides the answer to loneliness, compulsive habits, and deprivation neurosis
  • How emotional immaturity has given rise to the porn pandemic, divorce, and a generation of beta males
  • The relationship between essentially weak men and maternal ways of governing
  • Why priests need to be willing to be hurt and to hurt

 

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#115: The Truth About the Priest Abuse Data—Father Paul Sullins, PhD (Free Version)

#115: The Truth About the Priest Abuse Data—Father Paul Sullins, PhD (Free Version)

 

The Roots of The Priestly Abuse Scandal—Part I

This is the first in a series on the roots of the priestly abuse scandal. I know, a sad and depressing topic. But we have to “go there” if we want to “get there.”

Father Paul Sullins, PhD, author and professor emeritus of sociology at the Catholic University of America, has done us all a huge favor. He has collated and made sense of the data drawn from the John Jay Report, the data from the USCCB, the 2002 Los Angeles Times poll about homosexual priests, the data of the Pennsylvania Grand Jury Reports, and intel from CARA (Center for Applied Research In the Apostolate).

It’s all in one place, a study done in collaboration with The Ruth Institute. Get the link below. His findings are stunning and sobering.

 

In this episode you will learn

  • Approximately how many boys would NOT have had their lives badly damaged by homosexual priests had the ratio of homosexuals in the priesthood had not skyrocketed from 1950-1980s.
  • Why we need to boldly tell the truth about the real causes of the crisis
  • The approximate proportion of priests today between 65 and 85 who are homosexual
  • Why the crisis is not about clericalism
  • Solid facts to back up bad logic and anti-Catholic arguments about celibacy, and the truth of what has happened in the last 50 years regarding predator behavior among some priests

 

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114: The Slow Death of Manhood—Dr. Taylor Marshall and Timothy Gordon (Free Version)

114: The Slow Death of Manhood—Dr. Taylor Marshall and Timothy Gordon (Free Version)

 

Self-described feminist singer Paula Cole had a hit single in 1996 titled “Where Have All the Cowboys Gone,” in which she bemoaned the dearth of real men (“Where is my John Wayne; where is my prairie song; where is my happy ending; where have all the cowboys gone?”)

Something happened to men in the last 50 years. They stopped being men and became guys, and now, in tragic numbers, feckless soy boys.

Dr. Taylor Marshall and Tim Gordon of the smashing TnT podcast (Taylor Marshall and co-host Tim Gordon) and YouTube channel join me to talk about the death of men and how it has affected the behavior of the hierarchy of the Catholic Church. What would a resurrection of men look like?

 

In this episode you will learn

  • Why we need to stop validating the word feminism (namely its toxic meaning) with some kind of nice adjective, like “Christian feminism,” “new feminism.”
  • The roots of the crisis of masculinity
  • How this crisis manifests itself in the disappointing behavior of so many priests, bishops, and cardinals
  • Why the biblical analogy of Christ as Bridegroom and the Church as Bride remains the fundamental truth of the relationship between the sexes
  • The basic distinction between masculine and feminine, and why the sexes are not “equal” but complementary.
  • The true meaning of submission in Ephesians 5 and why it doesn’t mean subjugation

 

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Mahony at Congress: A Bridge Too Far

Roger Cardinal Mahony is set to speak at the 2019 LA-REC in late March. (That is, the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress, aka—if you’re really in the know—“Congress” for short). Yes, the face of U.S. episcopal malfeasance is scheduled as an honored speaker on the topic of “Connecting Junior High and High School Students with the Volatile Immigration Issues.”

If you think “the face of episcopal malfeasance” is a tad harsh, read on.

I seriously wonder whether the current Archbishop Jose Gomez and Bishop Kevin Vann of Orange are aware of the groundswell of anger over this honorific for the one prelate who best symbolizes episcopal cover-ups, stonewalling, and financial devastation. (The “L.A.” Congress thing actually takes place in Anaheim, just fyi, in the geographical jurisdiction of the Diocese of Orange.)

First, what is LA-REC/Congress? It’s an annual homage to left wing enthusiasms of the Sixties, increasingly fuel-injected by the permanent presence of LGTBQ2-themed talks. It’s large scale, too. Upwards of 40,000 catechists keep coming back to the event founded in 1970, when catechesis was at its lowest ebb in this country. One searches the speaker lineup in vain for, say, pro-life speakers, Theology of the Body seminars, addressing the scourge of porn, ways to foster strong (male-female!) marriages, or responding to the pederast scandal.

On the contrary, Congress showcases scores of mostly unknown dissenters, treacly liturgies featuring a homosexual couple with their adopted son presenting the gifts at the altar to Archbishop Gomez (start at 3:27), standard peace ‘n justice fare, and pro-LGTB Jesuits. The organizers shrewdly plug their noses each year and sprinkle in a tiny minority of orthodox presenters with a Father Mike Schmitz (definitely not talking about his fine book on Church teaching regarding homosexuality), a Robert Spitzer, SJ, and a Sr. Sara Butler to provide the appearance of balance.

You may be thinking: why single out Cardinal Mahony when so many overt dissenters appear in the marquee, like the high-profile Father James Martin, SJ, and the lesser-known but more extreme Dr. Arthur Fitzmaurice (who believes the language of The Catechism of the Catholic Church regarding homosexuality is “abusive and gravely evil”)? Isn’t the heterodoxy they hock more damaging than the non-binding Democratic Party talking points on which Mahony has staked his career?

Fair question. The answer is Yes, But. Since essentially the same band of dissenters are invited back over and over with the bishops’ blessing, asking for them to be removed at this point is, uh, fruitless. Also, Mahony is different in degree and kind. The Archbishop Emeritus was found to have deliberately hid his knowledge of priests in his Archdiocese guilty of committing sex crimes with youth; he transferred offenders after they had had counseling, which enabled them to repeat their crimes.

Please don’t believe me. Just google “Mahony + Father Michael Baker” and “Mahony + Father Michael Wempe” and “Mahony + Father Oliver O’Grady,” and “Mahony + Father Kevin Barmasse,” and “Mahony + Curry police emails” and—especially if you have sons—get back to me.

The gut-wrenching details of abuses like these, found in some 12,000 pages that the Archdiocese was court-ordered to release, were rightly described by his successor, Archbishop Jose Gomez, as “brutal and painful.” (His 2013 statement is no longer available on the L.A. Archdiocese website.) As a result, His Excellency forbade Mahony from exercising administrative or public duties in the Archdiocese. That move was as courageous as it was necessary, and it gave L.A. Catholics great hope for the future.

Mahony, though, has friends in high places. Someone in Rome put the kibosh on Gomez’s kibosh, and Mahony has since resumed engaging in whichever public activities he feels like. The good news is that whoever overruled Gomez forgot one thing: ordinary fed-up Catholics who are unafraid to stand against the flow of corruption.

Two hope-instilling examples. Pope Francis thought it would be a good idea to appoint Mahony as a special papal envoy in March, 2018, for the 150th anniversary celebration of the Diocese of Scranton, PA. Local fed-up Catholics disagreed, and their protests led to Mahony being removed. And last summer, former Los Angeles Auxiliary Bishop Oscar Solis thought it would be a good idea to invite his former boss to give a talk at a fundraising gala for the Diocese of Salt Lake City. Local fed-up Catholics disagreed, and this time merely the threat of protests induced His Eminence to cancel his trip.

If it can happen in distant Scranton and Utah, chances are even better it can happen in Southern California, where Catholics have witnessed first hand what happened to the Archdiocese under his 1985 to 2011 tenure, such as (for starters) falling vocations, the jaw-dropping $660,000,000+ payout to victims of priestly sexual abuse, and of course, the egregious acts listed above.

It’s time for lay Catholics to obey the Holy Father’s call to “make a mess” by insisting—as important step toward restoration of Catholic truth and justice for victims—that this scandal be averted. However unintentionally, giving Mahony a platform like this signals that the Catholic Church that is still unwilling—even post-McCarrick, post-Wuerl, post-Grand Jury Reports—to take a stand against demonstrably bad leaders.

A reasonable observer would have to conclude that this tone-deaf speaking gig is of a piece with the U.S. Bishops’ appalling Baltimore vote of 83-137 against encouraging the Holy See to release all documents on Uncle Ted McCarrick the molester. For the good of the Church and the dignity of the victims, let us show our support for the Holy Father by asking Archbishop Gomez and Bishop Vann to encourage Cardinal Mahony to step aside from this and all future public platforms.

Archbishop Gomez displayed courage and resolve in 2013 when he grounded his predecessor. By reclaiming both virtues now, he will be cheered loud and long by Catholics everywhere who love Jesus Christ and want His Church purified and renewed.

Enough is truly enough.

If you’ve read this far, you probably care enough to send a respectful expression of support and encouragement to the relevant decision-makers:

His Excellency Jose Gomez
3424 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles 90010-2241
(213) 637-7534 [email protected]
Twitter: @ArchbishopGomez

Bishop Kevin Vann, Diocese of Orange
c/o Marianne Bungcag, secretary to the Bishop: [email protected]
714-282-3000
13280 Chapman Ave.
Garden Grove, CA 92840

LA-REC registration staff: [email protected]

How to Conquer “Activismphobia”

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How to Conquer “Activismphobia”                                                       

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