Why Deviants and Exploiters Hate Sound of Freedom
Despite the $140 million in box office receipts to date, some in the media are incensed by Sound of Freedom, a movie which exposes child trafficking.
“At the heart of the controversy is the ugly truth that pedophilia has been part of the Sexual Revolution from the very beginning,” said Ruth Institute president Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D.
“Major news outlets trashed the film using the exact same words: ‘QAnon,’ ‘conspiracy theory’ — anything to discredit this movie and the horrors it highlights.”
“Pioneers of the Sexual Revolution advocated for children to have active sex lives. People like Wilhelm Reich, author of the book, The Sexual Revolution, and the guy who invented the term; and Alfred Kinsey, who taught Americans to believe ‘everybody is doing it,’ back in the 1940s.”
“To achieve their goals, sexual revolutionaries needed to redefine childhood,” Morse explained. “Thus, they sought to convince us that children are not innocent beings who need their parents to protect them. Rather, children are sexual beings who need their parents to allow them to do whatever they want sexually, without guilt-tripping them.”
“So, it’s not surprising that pedophiles are drawn to the Sexual Revolution, and that they minimize the harms of child sexual abuse. That’s why those who have sworn allegiance to the movement see The Sound of Freedom as a threat,” Morse observed.
“They don’t want the public focusing on the evil of this $150-billion global criminal enterprise. Instead, they want to cover Drag Queen Story Hour and label states that have banned trans ‘surgery’ and hormone blockers for minors as inhumane.”
“They view anything that impedes their agenda as a threat. However, as ticket sales demonstrate, the public isn’t buying it,” Morse concluded.
See Morse’s further explanation of The Sound of Freedom phenomenon on YouTube.
Divorce Affects Children for a Lifetime
For decades, a false narrative has been promoted about “the good divorce,” that “it’s better to have a good divorce than a bad marriage.” But children of divorce experience a loss of self-identity, of home, and feel like they’ve been split in two, Dr. Margaret McCarthy says.
McCarthy is a professor at the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family in Washington, D.C. She’s joined in this video by Alex Wolfe, the Assistant Director of the Office of Marriage, Family, and Respect Life at the Diocese of Arlington, where he focuses on marriage preparation and healing for children of divorce.
“There’s a difference between the death of a parent and the willed destruction of the unity of your parents. It’s as if they wish they had never been united. It results in this question of ‘Did they wish that I had never been?’”
Wolfe points out that when a parent dies, you get to grieve and share cherished memories, while when parents divorce, you’re not allowed to cry or mourn. “You’re not allowed to talk because Mom doesn’t want to think about Dad. Dad doesn’t want to hear about Mom,” he says.
These feelings create wounds for a lifetime, no matter the age of the child when his or her parents divorce. However, there is hope for healing.
Five Ways to Protect Your Family
Listen as Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse explains how to protect your family from the top five gay myths with this interview on The Catholic Current radio show.
The best way to drive an ideological agenda is to shut up your opponents, Morse explains.
“The thought of being called a hater, or a racist, or a something-phobe kind of stops you in your tracks and think, ‘Wait, am I the bad guy here?’ and that does silence people,” says host Fr. Robert McTeigue.
There are more people on our side than we realize. Many of them, unfortunately, have been shamed into silence. They also don’t know how to ‘safely’ speak up without being attacked.
Dr. Morse’s ebook equips readers with scientific facts to arm themselves with in any gay-rights debate including the lies that people were ‘born that way’ and can never change their orientation.
The Ruth Institute is a global non-profit organization, leading an international interfaith coalition to defend the family and build a civilization of love. The Ruth Institute’s Founder and President, Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, is the author of The Sexual State: How Elite Ideologies Are Destroying Lives and Love and Economics: It Takes a Family to Raise a Village. Subscribe to our newsletter and YouTube channel to get all our latest news.