Speaking at a UN-sponsored conference commemorating the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking in Tehran – Iran’s first vice-president Mohammad Reza Rahimi, said that Zionists control international narcotics business which they use to destroy human societies across the globe.
“The Zionists play a key role in the production and distribution of narcotics across the globe, because destroying human societies and exploiting their virtues are among the objectives of the Zionists,” said Mohammad Reza Rahimi.
Rahimi’s statement, though based on historical facts, has angered Abraham Foxman, national director of powerful Zionist lobby group ADL. He has asked United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon to immediately condemn the “incendiary anti-Semitic and conspiracy-laden speech by Iran’s vice-president blaming Jews for spreading drug addiction and controlling the international illegal drug trade“.
Abraham Foxman is a Zionist con-man who is known for voicing his guilty conscience everytime Jews are mentioned being involved in crimes (human organ harvesting, drugs, prostitution, pornography, human-trafficking, human-rights abuses, etc.) – or the Zionists’ control of the mainstream media, banking, US governments, DHS, Pentagon, Congress, Senate, etc.
French author of several books and blogger, Hervé Ryssen, in a September 2008 interview had claimed that all “big ecstasy traffickers who were arrested in France, Belgium, the United States, or Australia, all have Israeli passports. The business of ecstasy is 100% in the hands of Jewish gangsters, not all of whom come from Russia, since there are Sephardic traffickers as well. If you buy a pill of ecstasy, in every instance, you can be certain you are financing the Jewish mafia. Certain big ecstasy traffickers are also deeply involved in the heroin and cocaine trade“.
The Islamic Republic is the first defense against world’s 93% narcotics trade originating from US-NATO occupied Afghanistan, which was invaded as result of Taliban’s eradication of Poppy harvesting. In February 2012, Yuri Fedotov, executive director of UNODC, lauded Tehran’s anti-narcotic efforts by putting Iran among world’s leading countries in campaign against illicit drugs. He asked the European countries and the US to help Tehran in controlling this evil which is mostly destined for the western world.
The fight against illicit drugs costs Tehran one billion dollar annually. Since 1979 Islamic Revolution, 3,700 Iranian border security officials have lost their lives in saving millions of western lives from this Zionist-controlled ‘killing-machine’.