Russia’s Anti-Drug Chief Ivanov Points at Drug Pusher Soros

Dec. 30 (EIRNS)—In a no-holds-barred interview with the TV channel Russia-24, the director of Russia’s Federal Service for the Control of Narcotics (FSKN), Viktor Ivanov, nailed George Soros on Dec. 29, identifying the Soros Foundation, among other NGOs, as a promoter of so-called soft drugs. Reporting on the interview, RT noted that Ivanov said the illegal drug trade promotion by Soros and his gang in the Western Hemisphere, in collaboration with London, had caused the rise of thousands-strong cartels that oppose local governments through political demands and armed struggle. “This is the reason why the Soros Foundation has sponsored a number of reports, including those in the London School of Economics,” he stated.

One of many foot soldiers of Wall Street and the City of London, Soros was identified decades ago by EIR as a principal criminal pushing legalization of drugs and benefitting financially, corrupting the political parties and destroying youths.

As early as 2008, this news service repeatedly identified Soros’s drug money as the funding behind Obama’s Presidential campaign. On Aug. 9, 2008 EIR Founding Editor Lyndon LaRouche had said, in the context of Soros’s efforts to start war with Russia: “If you want a preview of what the United States would be like under a President Obama, just look at Georgia’s recent actions. Georgian President Saakashvili, like Barack Obama, is owned by the same British godfather—George Soros. Would Soros’s man Obama be another Dick Cheney if he got into office?”

RT noted that Russian prosecutors had declared the Soros Foundation and the MacArthur Foundation “undesirable groups” in July. The move was prompted by allegations from regional authorities about subversive activities by certain organizations. On a number of earlier occasions, Ivanov had urged the international community to take concentrated “joint action” on fighting “planet-scale” centers producing illegal drugs, such as Afghanistan. Ivanov, in addition, called upon all countries interested in countering the drug threat to create a global alliance for the alternative industrial development of Afghanistan.

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