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Many of you visiting this site have read and researched his publications:
1. A Brief History of Castration
2. The Advantages of Castration
3. The Disadvantages of Castration
We take exceptional pride in announcing Victor T. Cheney's Newly Released Book on Castration, Fully Updated for 2004....
The ADVANTAGES and The DISADVANTAGES
America's Foremost Authority on Castration
VICTOR T. CHENEY
ABOUT THE BOOK:
The book contains considerable data to substantiate each of the aspects of the Castration results. The simple 15-minute surgery can result in a whopping thirteen and a half years of INCREASED average life expectancy; CURES Prostate Cancer and IMPROVES the functions and functioning of the body’s immune system.
ABOUT VICTOR T. CHENEY:
The author is a retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel who has devoted 25 years to the study of the Castration treatment and has undergone Castration himself as a major part of his own treatment for Prostate Cancer. He has been empowered to reveal first-hand insights based on his extensive research, and his personal health conditions both BEFORE and AFTER Castration.
He has written "A Brief History of Castration", and three other books which comprise "The American Focus on Castration Series" - which include the original versions of:
-The Advantages of Castration (Original Version),
-The Disadvantages of Castration (Original Version) and
-The American Focus on Rape: (Rape IS A Sex Crime!);
He is the author of eleven articles on this subject, and been on the national radio three times and on national TV three times.
Here is a Free Preview of the Newly Updated and Revised 2004 Edition of:
CASTRATION: The Advantages and the Disadvantages
Testosterone is part of the animal within us. With millions of years of evolution behind them, most boys will be masculine, no matter what their parents do.
Testosterone is the basic hormone of masculinity in all the creatures, including man, and it makes some males rough, aggressive and lustful. I propose that reducing this hormone by castration will effectively control the worst of our sex offenders and their sexual violence against women and children.
Since ancient times, it has been known that castration changes the violent behavior of men and animals making them less violent and manageable, agreeable, and productive partners and workers. Eunuch slaves and servants were far more trustworthy, lived longer and were worth more than the non-castrated.
The vicious stallion, the uncontrollable bull, the kicking jackass and the dangerous boar were transformed into a useful gelding, a quiet ox, a patient donkey and a fatherly barrow by the simple removal of the testicles – the main source of their testosterone.
Women and children have been the principle victims of sexual violence by men for a very long time. Semiramis, Assyrian queen mother from 810 to 782 BC, was the originator of the practice of castrating slaves to make them more trustworthy, according to Ammianus Marcellinus (Book XIV, vi, 17) and several other ancient writers. In recent years, however, Chinese scholars have shown that the use of eunuch servants extends back as far as the Hsai Dynasty (2205 to 1766 BC). In the early 1900s, women championed the castration legislation in several European countries.
In 1996, Susan Carpenter-McMillan, executive director of the Pasadena Woman’s Coalition, was instrumental in getting the landmark California castration legislation enacted. Seven other states have followed suit and formulated similar laws that are presently in effect.
Castration has now proven that it is the one sure way to stop sexual violence against women (see Table 7 for data).
Castration is also the quickest and cheapest of all of the hundred-odd treatments that have been used for sex offenders to date. Castration also extends the life expectancy of the men who are castrated by an average of 13.6 years.
These tremendous advantages must no longer be shunned if we are to maintain a peaceful, prosperous and healthy civilization for a protracted time into the future. I maintain that castration of the promiscuous HIV-infected men could stop most of the sexual spreading of AIDS. Castration has that kind of power.
In America, we are not a homogeneous population but a great mixture of races, ethnic groups, tribes, clans and families, each with its own mental, moral, physical, genetic and psychological characteristics.
In most countries, there is much more uniformity, so it is far easier to generalize behavioral hypotheses. In China, there was primarily the yellow race. In African countries, the Black race tribes are found.
In the European countries, we find primarily the white race of certain tribal stocks, which tended to keep to themselves. In Germany, the Nordic stock actively fostered and maintained their purity under Hitler.
The Nordic countries have enjoyed greater use and success with the castration treatment of sex offenders than the United States because they are more homogeneous. Some of these countries are “tribes with flags,” tied together more tightly by customs, language and ideologies than we are with our laws and bureaucracy – not so many variables and not such a hodgepodge so that when there is an anomaly, it is easier to recognize and cope with.
Religious differences alone can make a wide difference in testosterone levels. Men who are hermits or monks and abstain from sexual thoughts and stimulation in some remote cave or monastery might respond differently to castration than men who are daily, or hourly, bombarded with sexual stimuli by TV, advertising, films, videos and the company of seductively dressed and perfumed women.
For many reasons, the controlled experiments necessary to define the exact effects of castration on all of the different races and types of humans have never been performed. Religious, humanitarian, legal and ethical considerations have banned such measures except in the most repressive moments in history, such as existed briefly in Nazi Germany.
There are hundreds of closely controlled scientific experiments with animals that clearly demonstrate the effects of the operation in many of the kingdoms, species and families of “lower” forms of animal life.
Throughout most of recorded history, the disadvantages of castration have generally been emphasized far more than the advantages, so there is a general revulsion whenever the word castration is mentioned. This tends to color our thinking as we examine the various aspects of this simple surgery.
My own opinion, after studying the treatment for 23 years, is that the advantages far outnumber the disadvantages; this is a subjective viewpoint from a person whose life was saved from the ravages of prostate cancer and extended considerably by the outpatient surgery in 1993. The castration treatment has been poorly presented in our libraries, so even if people might want to find out about its effects, the information is just not available to them.
I have searched more than 10 libraries for information on castration or eunuchs and found nothing whatsoever. Most of the information I found was in foreign language books (German, French, Russian, Spanish and Latin) in our nation’s top libraries – Washington D.C. Library of Congress; Boston, Massachusetts’ Public Library; Vanderbilt University Library, Florida State University Library; and the University of Florida Library. In early 2001, I discovered, by searching the World Wide Web, that information available on castration had changed from scarcity to adequacy. Attachment 1 lists titles of books containing information on eunuchs and castration.
My intentions are to make people aware of the conditions that result from castration that are not generally considered beneficial. I recommend castration in the treatment of sex offenders, but I know that a comprehensive understanding by the offender and society is needed in order to achieve the best results.
As most physicians and psychiatrists know, there are people with physical or mental conditions that counterindicate certain treatments. Albeit, in my own observations, some doctors frequently do not stop the treatment in spite of their knowledge of unpleasant sequelae that might ensue.
For every remedy, there are side effects that may be harmful to a person with certain preexisting conditions. There are several conditions where castration treatment is ineffectual, or even harmful, due to these preexisting anomalies. Unfortunately, the precise biochemistry of the effect of the orchiectomy on these conditions has not been completely elucidated. Therefore, the information presented here is subject to change based on future scientific research.
One of the most obvious indicators for when most treatments cannot be used is low intelligence (detectable by slowness in speech and action, inability to understand simple instructions, or inability to perform simple calculations).
Imbeciles who are obviously mentally retarded and feeble in mind are poor candidates for the usual treatments. Idiots, whether microcephalic, hydrocephalic, Mongolian or cretin, are also poor candidates for the castration treatment. In general, castration is effective in reducing behavioral disturbances involving the urge for sexual relief, but does not increase socializing or intelligence.
In New Orleans, on October 11, 1995, at the annual meeting of the Association for the Treatment of Sex Abusers, Dr. Ron Langevin of the University of Toronto stated that approximately 10% of the sex offenders studied at the Juniper Associates Clinic over a period of years had some physical or mental problem that made them more difficult to treat by conventional therapies.
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ISRAELI STUDY SAYS NEW DRUG CAN CONTROL CHILD MOLESTERS
A drug that blocks the male sex hormone "Testosterone", appears to be highly effective in keeping child molesters under control, according to an Isreali study. The drug was tested in Israel on men with a history of pedophilia. It totally stopped theirsexual fantasies and desires as well as their abnormal sexual behavior. The drug, called "Triptorelin", is made by a noted Swedish pharmaceutical company, which helped pay for the study. The results were published in today's issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. The study, directed by Dr. Ariel Rosler of Hadassah University Hospital in Jerusalem, as conducted on 30 men. They were given monthly injections of the drug. The drug appeared to be 100% effective in the 24 men who stayed on the treatment for at least a year.
"Triptorelin" is not yet available in the United States. Even though Triptorelin was not compared to other drugs, the researchers said it appears to be more effective and carry fewer side effects.