Indiana University Advocates Pedophilia, Violence, Discrimination

Indiana University is a nexus for repeated Constitutional violations and sexual controversy. Its campus provided the genesis for pedophilia, sexual perversion, and the sexual revolution stemming from its Institute for Sex Research, led by eugenicist Alfred C. Kinsey, considered by some as “the father of the sexual revolution.”

In 1948 Kinsey built a soundproof laboratory at Indiana University where he sexually abused at least 317 infants and young boys as part of “scientific protocol.” His “research” and “scientific data” laid the groundwork for public school “sex education,” which is now being taught through Common Core to children as young as fourth graders.

In April 2012, Indiana University students caused even more controversy through their vitriolic attempt to censor and discredit guest speaker, Pastor Douglas Wilson, who was invited to speak on “Sexual by Design.”

A new movie, Free Speech Apocalypse, documents Wilson’s experience at Indiana University and the fall out from censorship and anti-Constitutional measures used to silence Christians and anyone who disagrees with a particular worldview.

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The film exposes the strategies of anti-God, anti-traditional, anti-academic elitists, as well as aspects of cultural decay that have been accelerating nationwide since Wilson’s visit to Indiana University roughly three years ago.

Free Speech Apocalypse opens in select theaters on November 5th, 2015. DVDs can also be pre-ordered, which include statements from presidential candidates Dr. Ben Carson and Senator Ted Cruz.

Free Speech Apocalypse is directed by Darren Doane, Director of Saving Christmas, Collision, and Unstoppable and produced by XDX2 in association with Gorilla Poet Productions.

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Bethany Blankley
Bethany Blankley hosts "America's Betrayal" on Renegade Talk Radio Network, is a political analyst for "Fox News Radio," and offers conservative commentary on various television news programs. Her columns have been published by The Washington Times, Newsday, Western Journalism, Townhall, The Christian Post, Charisma News, and others. She was a former communications strategist to four Senators, one Congressman, one New York governor, and several nonprofits. She earned her M.A. in Theology from New College at The University of Edinburgh, Scotland and her B.A. in Political Science from the University of Maryland. She is a past fellow of the Russell Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal and L'Abri Fellowship.

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