Last Updated on June 23, 2023
Belarus is updating its national criminal code to include the chemical castration of convicted pedophiles, and members of Russia’s national legislature are pushing for that nation to follow suit, with members of the State Duma mulling legislation that will mandate the chemical castration of convicted pedophiles before they complete their sentences in prison and are released back into society.
Belarus, the small nation adjacent to Russia that acts as one of its staunchest allies, has announced that the chemical castration of pedophiles will soon become a standard part of the prescribed punishment for those found to have raped and sexually molested children.
The General Prosecutor’s Office in Belarus recently announced that chemical castration will be part of the “compulsory treatment of persons suffering from pedophilia.”
According to reports from Eastern European media outlets, the Belarusian Health Ministry has created and approved “a clinical protocol containing an algorithm for the treatment of pedophilia, including the use of chemical castration.”
Belarusian strongman Alexander Lukashenko, a close ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin, supports the measure and is also calling for convicted pedophiles to be tracked with electronic monitoring bracelets, somewhat similar to those worn by American convicts who are placed under house arrest.
In neighboring Russia, members of the national legislature are planning to follow suit, and legislation has been introduced and supported in the State Duma, the Russian equivalent of the United States House of Representatives, that would implement the compulsory chemical castration of convicted pedophiles. Currently, Russia has laws in place that allow child rapists to voluntarily be chemically castrated.
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The wave of pedophile castration laws sweeping Eastern Europe comes as several nations of the former Soviet Union are experiencing massive increases in social conservatism and traditionalism, standing in stark contrast to the wave of LGBTism, which is specifically targeting children, in the Western World, including in the United States, and in the Western vessel state of Ukraine.
In the United States, a handful of states do have laws on the books allowing for the chemical castration of pedophiles, though the use of such laws varies.
The state of Alabama made headlines in 2019 after Governor Kay Ivey signed legislation that mandated the chemical castration of pedophiles guilty of a sex crime against a child under the age of 13, prior to their release from prison. The treatments, which are not permanent, are mandated until a court of law determines that they’re no longer needed.
In addition to Alabama, the states of Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Wisconsin, Montana, Oregon, and California have laws on the books allowing for the chemical castration of pedophiles though, as previously mentioned, enforcement varies.
While the castration of pedophiles is supported by wide swaths of people all over the globe, the laws currently on the books in America and those being introduced in Eastern Europe pale in comparison to recent legislation approved in the African nation of Uganda, which will mandate the death penalty for those found guilty of the homosexual rape of children.
The new law has upset not just Joe Biden, whose administration has threatened to sanction Uganda over the new law, but has apparently triggered Texas GOP Senator Ted Cruz as well, who called the execution of homosexual rapists an “abomination.”
Senator Cruz’s office did not respond when reached for comment by National File and asked why the Senator is opposed to executing pedophiles who rape children.