Wednesday, August 09, 2006



Brother of the State Inspector general of the Islamic Republic of Iran turns out to be a heroin smuggler.

Alan's Note: Brother of Former IRGC Commander and Chief of National Police, Ghalibaf, presently Mayor of Tehran - is Iran's largest and most notorious drug smuggler.

Iran has recently tabled a motion in the government to officially open up a transit route for International drug smugglers to receive safe passage on their way to bringing drugs to Europe - as an anti-Western weapon. The Chinese tried something similar by making tar heroin easily and ridiulously available inside the USA to emulate the result of British introduction of opium into China to weaken resistance to British policies.

Advaar News reported: “The brother of Hojjat ol-Islam Niazi (pictured), the State Inspector General and former military prosecutor of greater Tehran was arrested for the possession of 95 kilos of Opium and 45 kilograms of Heroin.”

A day after the regime-run newspaper Kayhan published a proposal that promoted the idea of permitting the transit of drugs through Iran to Europe, as retaliation against the Europeans support of resolution 1696, the website NOSAAZI belonging to the radical disciples of Ahmadinejad, announced the news that Niazi’s brother become the source of serious problems for the inspector general.

According to NOSAAZI, Mr. Niazi’s brother who was traveling between the Kahnooj to Roodon Townships, aroused the suspicion of the police forces leading to an inspection of his vehicle. According to this report the inspection that gleaned 95 kilograms of Opium and 45 kilograms of Heroin led to Niazi’s brother’s arrest. It is important to mention that during interrogation Niazi’s brother confessed to having done this regularly over a long period of time.

Other than his job as the State Inspector General and former military prosecutor of greater Tehran, Hojjat ol-Islam Niazi was also the executive-prosecutor in the bogus investigation of the regime’s own brutal assassinations of a large number of Iranian intellectuals, writers and activists, both inside and outside Iran, in the 90’s, known as the Chain Murders.

MEANWHILE In Mazanderan and elsewhere the stories are like this one: Crisis, Unemployment, Sanctions, Isolation

Mazandaran is a province in northern Iran, bordering the Caspian Sea

Alijanzadeh, the governor of Ghaem-shahr in an executive committee meeting with members of Workers House and the association of retirees and pensioners of Mazandaran referring to the 11,000 job applicants in this town, said: "Unfortunately the employment situation in the industrial city of Ghaem-shahr is destroyed and factories and workers are in a very bad situation; unemployment is the biggest concern for the authorities here.”

According to ILNA’s, Alijanzadeh, pointed out that the lack of management in Mazandaran’s industry has been driven to a crisis point. He continued: “It is the duty of the authorities not to sell even one meter of the land that factories stand on.”

Daryabeigi, operations executive of the Workers House in Mozandaran also said: “At present 64 percent workers are contractual and temporary.”

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