In a speech marking the UN International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking observed on 26 June, Iranian vice-president Mohammad-Reza Rahimi condemned Zionists for inciting global drug trade and addiction in a bid to annihilate non-Jewish communities in accordance with Talmudic teachings, Iran’s FARS News Agency reported.
Such anti-Semitic remarks that the Talmud teaches “how to destroy non-Jews so as to protect an embryo in the womb of a Jewish mother” and that “Zionists” are in control of the illegal drug trade is disturbing and racist.
His proof: there is not “one single Zionist who is an addict.”
The conspiracy provocative statement that no Zionists are addicted to drugs is the proof of their involvement in drugs trade was full of political vitriol, preposterous and ludicrous, bordering on insanity.
The New York Times which covered the conference in Tehran further quoted Rahimi as saying Zionists ordered gynecologists to kill black babies and that the Russian Revolution of 1917 was started by Jews, although none, he was also quoted as saying, died in it.
Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps ‘running Iran drug trade’
Obviously, Ahmadinejad’s alter ego is out of sync to the realities in the modern world. Creating more antisemitism and conspiracy theory condemning Judaism and Zionism is absolutely appalling.
Rahimi’s dangerous accusation that the prevalence of narcotics and drug-addiction throughout the world is rooted in the Talmud is utterly preposterous and a blatant lie.
The fact of the matter can be found in the clerical leadership’s subtle rhetoric and detailed global plan for the destruction of the State of Israel, the United States and the West.
Quite unexpectedly, the Arab Spring further diminished Iran’s standing in the Muslim world. Iran’s nuclear ambitions and sole purpose to wreck havoc throughout world to achieve their messianic Islamic hegemony and imposition of Sharia law has been repudiated even in the Arab world, has no place in a civilized society.
Let us face the facts and abandon the myths the mullahs are portraying as self-evident truths.
According to Australian Times, Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) have seized control of drug trafficking throughout the Islamic Republic, using the multi-billion-dollar trade to establish links with a global crime network and further its goal of undermining the West, former regime officials say.
Despite executing hundreds of people each year for drug trafficking and possession, Iran’s hard line stand against narcotics conceals a lucrative business smuggling heroin, opium and methamphetamine, spearheaded by the IRGC.
The revelations further confirmed what US officials believe as an opportunity to open a new trafficking connection in North America by Iran’s Quds Force, an elite unit of the IRGC.
The IRGC is accused in a plot to kill Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to the US by hiring assassins from a Mexican drug cartel for $1.5 million including the bombing of the Israeli Embassy in Washington and the Saudi and Israeli Embassies in Argentina.
The CIA has identified at least one unnamed commander of the Revolutionary Guard directly involved in smuggling narcotics out of Afghanistan via Iran.
Iranian sources, including a former IRGC intelligence officer, have named two senior figures within the IRGC involved in the drug trade. Abdullah Araghi, the IRGC commander for Greater Tehran, have extensive connections with gangs in Eastern Europe and Mohsen Rafighdoost, former head of the IRGC in the 1980s.
“We were told drugs would f*** up the sons and daughters of the West. We should kill them. Their lives are worth less because they are not Muslims.” Such extreme hatred and disdain for the West, simply put is megalomaniac and intensely evil.
According to the Green Experts of Iran, an opposition group with sources inside the Islamic republic, has provided details of the IRGC’s connections to drug trafficking, money laundering and counterfeiting confirms an interconnected web of criminal enterprises facilitated by Iranian diplomatic consulates, intended to fund the Iranian military’s worldwide terror operation.
The Iran report, written in Farsi according to Reza Kahlili, a pseudonym for a former CIA operative in IRGC, reveals a grand project by Iran called “Time for the Collapse, ” to destabilize the West through terror, drugs and money laundering.
Last year, the US government designated Iran as a “primary money-laundering concern” and imposed new sanctions on Iran’s energy sector.
The US Treasury designated General Gholamreza Baghbani, who runs the IRGC’s Quds force near the Afghan-Pakistan border, as a narcotics “kingpin” for facilitating Afghan drug runners to move opiates into and through Iran, Agence-France Presse reported.
More than a year ago, members of a drug gang from Azerbaijan, Albania and Tajikistan were arrested in Baku, Azerbaijan who confessed to their connection to the IRGC’s drug network. Among them were two Iranians whom Iran’s consulate shielded from prosecution.
Along with information that the IRGC had placed similar counterfeiting operations on the borders of Russia and across East Asia led to more arrests in Macau resulting in the seizure of high-quality forged US treasury bonds.
Iran funds terror through counterfeiting and drug trade has expanded throughout Europe, including England, Germany, France and in cooperation with Italian Mafiosi, to northern Italy.
According to a respected Iranian opposition website called Balatarin, a company belonging to former IRGC commander Mohsen Rafiqdoust transfers drugs in small packages from Iran via boats and airplanes to Albania, Romania and Bulgaria. These packages are then distributed through Western Europe in trucks belonging to Albanian and Romanian companies. The same report suggests that the IRGCs’ drug operation nets $20 billion annually.
While the trafficking of drugs funds terrorist activities, drug cartels also transport arms and explosives and move terror cells’ personnel from place to place. The IRGC run this operation out of Venezuela and into Latin America as a means to enter Mexico and from there into the US.
Are Iranian leaders going nuts or really that crazy, evil people?
Just because the Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei made one stupid mistake declaring nuclear weapons as haram or sin while Iran is covertly and aggressively pursuing enrichment of high grade uranium in an underground bunker in Qom doesn’t mean he is this holier-than-thou theocrat but has been exposed as a liar and a fraud!
No one knows for sure, but at a time of growing tension in the Middle East and the stalemate over Tehran’s nuclear program is beginning to have an impact after July 1st, when European Union begins to enforce the oil embargo against Iran.
Something quite interesting for the year is going to happen and the more intriguing question is whether Iran will abandon its nuclear ambitions or face the prospect of losing a war with disastrous outcome.