Judith Reisman (Photo credit: Sherrie Buzby)
Judith Reisman is a heavyweight whistleblower whose groundbreaking work on iconic sex researcher Alfred Kinsey has documented his influence on weakening cultural morays and laws that have led to uncountable sex crimes against children.
And Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt is a former senior policy adviser in the U.S. Department of Education who blew the whistle in the 1980s on government activities withheld from the public.
Now the two will appear on the same stage at the News Not in the News conference in the United Kingdom next month.
“I love Judith,” said Iserbyt. “She is one fantastic and courageous woman with a strong stomach for all the evil she has to deal with in her research.”
Iserbut’s research has led her to conclude that the purpose of the public education system “is NOT to inform.”
Reisman has said she is “very pleased” to be sharing the symposium with Iserbyt, who she believes has done “brilliant work.”
Iserbyt’s keynote speech will include the history of education and her belief that there has been a “sovietization” of American schools.
Her vast experience in education includes service as school board director in Camden, Maine; a research analyst; and a founder of the Guardians of Education for Maine.
She also served as senior policy adviser in the Office of Educational Research and Improvement in the U.S. Department of Education in the Reagan Administration.
Iserbyt said she will discuss “the use of federally funded ‘choice’ charter schools, with no elected school boards, to implement the Soviet polytech, school-to-work system.”
The event is supported by UK Column and Namaste Publishing, which publishes Namaste Magazine.
Reisman will speak on the work of Kinsey and how it has affected society and the legal system. She has researched Kinsey extensively, is an expert on human sexuality and wrote on Kinsey titled “Sexual Sabotage: How One Mad Scientist Unleashed a Plague of Corruption and Contagion on America.”
Kinsey is famous for his controversial research, which included data on sexual acts with children and adults. He is quoted as saying “the only unnatural sex act is that which you cannot perform.”
Reisman has worked for many years to expose the falsehood of Kinsey’s research and educate the public on its effect on almost every aspect of society, including law, schools, politics, business and media.
“I was totally shocked, surprised, and outraged when I realized Dr. Alfred Kinsey had pulled the most vile and brilliant hijacking of American law in history,” Reisman said.
Reisman also believes that Kinsey’s research has had an effect on Britain.
“The English need to understand the history of Kinsey in order reassert their humanity in their own country,” Reisman said.
Other speakers at the symposium, speaking either live or by video, are Leuren Moret, Brian Gerrish, Duonne Alexander, Rosa Hughes and Joan Veon.
Topics critical to Britain’s future that will be covered include the Europeon Union threat to ancient laws, the EU threat to health supplements and herbs, how common purpose is now running the nation’s national health service, police councils, etc., and the control of the banking system.
Reisman is a visiting professor of law at Liberty University School of Law, scientific adviser for the California Protective Parents Association and distinguished senior fellow for the Inter-American Institute. She writes for WND.
Taylor Hudson is an intern with WND.