Chabad Drug Dealing, Trafficking & Production
Chabad has a network of thousands of schools all over the world. These schools provide free tuition to most of it's students. For example, Chabad has more than 100 schools in Florida where 90% of the students study for free. The average school has about 400 students and the regular tuition in a private Jewish school in Florida is about $10,000 per year. So, where does Chabad find the $360 Million Dollars per year required to operate these schools? Chabad has thousands of schools all over the USA and the rest of the world where most of the students learn for free. In some places, such as Russia and Ukraine, all students in the Chabad schools study for free, and in addition they receive food and housing from the school, all for free. Where do they get all the money?
In addition to their free schools, Chabad has thousands of Chabad houses all over the world. Interestly enough, most of these Chabad houses are located in remote places where there are no Jews, such as rural parts of South East Asia and South America. According to Chabad, the purpose of these Chabad houses is to provide Kosher food and free housing to Jewish travelers if they go to those places. But once again, where do they get all the money for all these Chabad houses? And why would anyone want to build a free Kosher restaurant, that also provides free housing to the occasional Jewish traveler, in a remote place where there are no Jews?
It is a widely known fact, in Jewish religious circles, that Chabad finances their international network of thousands of Chabad schools and Chabad houses mostly with the profits from their drug trafficking and drug dealing activities. Chabad houses have been strategically located in areas where there is a high volume of illegal drugs activity.
Take for example the city of Tijuana in Mexico, a city where there are no Jews. The Chabad house in Tijuana is the oldest Chabad house in Mexico, and Tijuana is the most important city for drug traffickers moving their drugs from Mexico to the USA. Chabad houses also provide money laundering services to drug dealers and other criminals.
Chabad houses follow drug trafficking routes
Nobody wants to mess with drug dealers, so no specific details will be provided on this page. Law enforcement officials are already well aware of this situation. The only information provided on this page is information that has already been published in the past in the mass media.
Chabad cocaine drug trafficking: Brazil to Israel
Tel Aviv, Israel (8/Jul/2010) - District Police have arrested three Jewish men suspected of smuggling over $1 million worth of cocaine. One of the suspects, a resident of Kfar Chabad, is suspected of orchestrating the deal. The two messengers, residents of Bnei Brak, were arrested at the Ben Gurion Airport after authorities found 10 and a half kilograms of pure cocaine in their suitcases. Police were tipped off a few weeks ago that the two Bnei Brak residents, both in their 20s, were sent to Brazil to pick up the drugs. The two were arrested by undercover cops immediately upon their return. Neither of the suspects were dressed in ultra-Orthodox garb. Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said on Thursday that the two former rabbinical students, aged 21 and 20, were stopped at Israel's international airport overnight. He says police officers found about 10 and a half kilograms of pure cocaine in their luggage. Rosenfeld says police had been tracking the two men for some time. He says Israeli police informed their Brazilian counterparts ahead of time to help identify the pair's suppliers. Police say the cocaine was headed to the Israeli market. Israeli police estimate its street value at around $1 million.
Source: VosIzNeias online news
Chabad cocaine drug trafficking: Costa Rica to Spain
Madrid, Spain (6/Dec/2010) - A Chabad emissary from Safed was arrested in the Madrid airport late last week after being found in possession of four kilograms of cocaine. Though the drugs were stashed in one of his suitcases, his friends told Haaretz he was fooled into smuggling the cocaine. Eliyahu Hecht, 57, a father of six who works for the global charity organization Kollel Chabad, was returning to Israel from Costa Rica, where he was fund-raising for a soup kitchen operated by Kollel Chabad in Safed. He was arrested during a stopover in Madrid, and friends say he only managed to contact his family on Monday. "He said he was asked by his host in Costa Rica to take a suitcase and deliver it to a woman in Spain," one of the friends, Uri, told Haaretz. "Eliyahu refused, and then the host started telling him, 'how dare he suspect him and how dare he refuse after staying under his roof and eating from his table.' So Eliyahu agreed to the request, but not before checking the suitcase for anything suspicious. It turns out the man still managed to hide the drugs inside." The organization contacted the Israeli Embassy in Madrid at Hecht's arrest, and Kollel Chabad activists in Safed have begun fund-raising for Hecht's legal defense and to support his family. They said they asked everyone to contribute as much as they can. Rabbi Ze'ev Crombi, who runs the soup kitchen, told Haaretz that Hecht was detained "in very difficult conditions - without kosher food and without tefillin [phylacteries]. He says detention there is worse than hell." "Eliyahu is a good, honest man who did his job faithfully, and it's impossible for him to have done what they say he did," Crombi added. "The heart breaks to think of him in that horrific place." Spanish police and the Israeli embassy confirmed the arrest but declined to provide details on the case.
Source: HaAretz online news
Chabad cocaine drug dealing: Bolivia and Latin America
Rurrenabaque, Bolivia (23/Apr/2009) - A young Chabad couple convinced they had been sent to Rurrenabaque, Bolivia, by the deceased Lubavitcher Rebbe had a run-in this week with local police amid a flurry of rumors of drug trafficking and an assassination attempt against the country's president. Bolivian police raided a Chabad house this week in the small vacation town, a popular tourist site for Israeli backpackers, and ordered that it remain closed until further notice. Two Israeli travelers staying at the Chabad house were arrested and later released, according to Rabbi Aharon Freiman, 22, who spoke with The Jerusalem Post from Rurrenabaque Thursday. Freiman said he had not been arrested. "Nobody from the police or from other government authorities has explained the reason for the raid or for the order to close our place," said Freiman, who opened the Chabad house two months ago. "I've heard different rumors," added Freiman, who said he did not speak Spanish well. "Some claim that this is a crackdown against drug trafficking. A lot of Israelis who come here smoke hashish and marijuana. Another rumor going around is that this is somehow connected with the attempted assassination of the [Bolivian] president." Freiman said that he and wife Sarah had come to Bolivia to bring Judaism to traveling Israelis and to spread the message that Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson - the last spiritual leader of Chabad, who passed away in 1994 - was the messiah. "I have faith that we will be all right. People who are sent on a holy mission cannot be hurt," said Freiman, who answered the phone in Bolivia with the greeting, "Long live our master, our teacher and our rabbi, the messiah king forever," referring to Schneerson. "The rebbe sent us here, so we have nothing to fear," he said. Freiman said that he had "contacted" Schneerson by randomly placing a piece of paper with a question in a collection of the rabbi's letters. The "answer" was that the Freimans should go to Rurrenabaque and establish a Chabad House.
Source: Jerusalem Post online news
Why does Chabad send young couples to very dangerous places? Drug trafficking, drug dealing, and money laundering. And Chabad is fully responsible for anything that happens to them
A Chabad rabbi and his wife were among the dead after Indian forces retook a Chabad house in Mumbai, India, from terrorist gunmen. The deaths of Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg and his wife Rivka, the Chabad emissaries in Mumbai, were confirmed Friday by the director of American Friends of Lubavitch, Rabbi Levi Shemtov. Three other Israelis in the building were also killed.
Source: JTA online news
From this you should learn that if you want to keep your children safe, keep them away from Chabad. Never send your children to a Chabad school as Chabad schools are indoctrination centers into the Chabad cult that teaches children that the Chabad Rebbe is the Moshiach and that they have to do what the Rebbe tells them to do. They communicate with the Rebbe by pulling little pieces of paper from a hat and then the Rebbe tells them to go Bolivia or India or some other dangerous place where they can get killed in order to help with the illegal drug trade of Chabad. It should also be noted that Chabad promotes the use of drugs and alcohol as the Rebbe was a known alcoholic. According to Chabad, getting drunk with alcohol, or high on drugs, gets people to a higher spiritual level.
Chabad is also involved in illegal drug production. Investigators discovered active production of the drug methamphetamine and that a crystal meth lab was being operated out of the Rubashkin Agriprocessors plant in Postville, Iowa.
Brazil and Argentina: It is a well known fact that Chabad has large scale illegal drug manufacturing and distribution operations in Brazil and Argentina, local distribution of cocaine and marijuana, shipment of cocaine to other Latin American countries, the USA, Israel, Europe, and Asia, and money laundering operations. Chabad has extensive illicit drug distribution and money laundering networks in the USA.
Seattle Rabbi Sholom Ber Levitin is arrested together with 13 others accused of an international plot to launder money, apparently linked to cocaine smuggling cartel. Source: Seattle P-I
Seattle, Washington (March 19, 1988) - A prominent rabbi and three other men were arrested in Seattle yesterday in what federal prosecutors described as an international money-laundering conspiracy that sent millions of dollars to Panama and Colombia. The four were among 13 people, including a group of Israeli nationals, named in a federal complaint filed in New Jersey charging them with violating federal currency laws that require large transactions to be reported. Other defendants were arrested in Edison, N.J., and Los Angeles.
The Seattle defendants were identified as Rabbi Sholom Ber Levitin, 47 (age), regional director of the Chabad Lubavitch Hasidic community in Seattle; Sergio Dias, 26 (age); Avi Hazan, 24 (age); and Baruch Zeltzer, 32 (age), believed to be an Israeli citizen. Zeltzer lives at Chabad House, a community center for the Chabad Lubavitch Hasidic Jewish community at 4541 19th Ave. N.E. in the University District of Seattle. Federal agents yesterday seized records related to money laundering at the house, officials said. In a hearing yesterday afternoon, Levitin and Zeltzer were ordered held on $50,000 bond by U.S. Magistrate John Weinberg in Seattle. Dias and Hazan were ordered held on $25,000 bond.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Ron Friedman, who asked that the defendants be held without bail, said they had been involved for at least 11/2 years in shipments of hundreds of thousands of dollars from New Jersey to Seattle. Friedman said $350,000 to $400,000 a week was sent in cash to Seattle and converted to cashier's checks that were hidden in magazines before being shipped by air freight to Panama and Colombia. He said he didn't know how much money was involved, but federal prosecutors in New Jersey said as much as $25 million in cashier's checks and money orders may have been sent to the two countries, as well as to banks in London, West Germany and Israel. Most of the checks were sent to Banco Cafetero in Panama City or to Enrique Korc, the alleged kingpin of the operation in Cali, Colombia.
Levitin's arrest shocked other rabbis in Seattle. "When I heard this, I couldn't believe it," said Rabbi Anson Laytner, director of the Jewish Federation's Community Relations Council. "This is totally out of keeping from the man that I know," he said. "To my mind he is a scholar and a very spiritual person, a community activist in terms of helping people in need." Levitin, the father of nine children, founded the Chabad House in the early 1970s. It is known as a place where Jewish people can seek emergency housing, food or money and receive outreach services. Several hundred Hasidic Jews live in Seattle, most in the area of Chabad House. Rabbi Earl Starr of Temple De Hirsch Sinai, a Reform congregation, called Levitin "a very outward person, self-assured and a recognized leader."
After the hearing, Friedman refused to comment on the source of the money or to say whether it was linked to a cocaine smuggling cartel. But federal law enforcement officials have previously said that Panama and Colombia are primary bases for cocaine and money laundering operations. Panamanian strongman Gen. Manuel Antonio Noriega was indicted last month in the United States on drug and money laundering charges. According to court documents, members of the conspiracy in New Jersey regularly sent cash to Seattle, where it was converted to cashier's checks by taking it to several banks and presenting it in amounts that didn't require federal currency reporting. Under federal law, bank transactions of $10,000 or more must be reported to the government.
The checks were sent to Panama and Colombia in a manner that avoided a law requiring the reporting to the U.S. Customs Service of transfers of $10,000 or more out of the United States. U.S. Attorney Gene Anderson in Seattle said the money wasn't tied to any illegal activities or drug dealing in Western Washington. Anderson said the "structuring" of transactions at several banks in amounts less than $10,000 is a "common technique used by money launderers" and is illegal under recent amendments added to federal money laundering statutes. The arrests capped an investigation by the Customs Service and the Drug Enforcement Administration that began with the seizure of a package containing $450,000.
In addition to Korc, the other leaders of the operation were identified as a man listed only as Kimaro, also of Colombia, and Ali Tal, 27, of Edison, N.J., described as the head of the U.S. operations. Tal, a former employee of El Al Airlines, the Israeli airline, supervised his wife, Jacqueline, 26, a former flight attendant with Northwest Airlines, and a New Jersey couple, Nir Goldeshtein and his wife, Zoe Lawton. Three other defendants allegedly operated in Los Angeles. Friedman said court-approved wiretaps were used to intercept conversations, which were conducted in Hebrew. He cited one conversation in which said Zeltzer and Tal allegedly discussed an evacuation plan if they were caught.
Friedman said the defendants in Seattle had a contact in the security department at Pacific Northwest Bell who was to warn them if subpoenas were served for telephone records. Levitin was represented in court by Murray Guterson, who described his client as a "dear, dear friend and a sweet human being" who presided over the marriage of his daughter. Guterson unsuccessfully sought Levitin's release on personal recognizance, saying the rabbi wanted to be freed in time for the Jewish sabbath beginning at sundown yesterday. However, he will be held in Snohomish County Jail until at least Monday morning, Guterson said.
Rabbi Sholom Ber Levitin, head Shliach to the state of Washington was recently elected on to the board of Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch.
Chabad News (July 26, 2007) - Rabbi Sholom Ber Levitin, head Shliach to the state of Washington was recently elected on to the board of Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch. The last time there were new members elected to the board of Merkos was in the summer of 2004. At that time Rabbi Shmuel Kaplan, head Shliach in Maryland and Rabbi Zev Katz, Gabbai of 770 were the two new members. The need for new members comes after the passing in recent years of Rabbi Berel Junik and Rabbi Sholom Marazov who were both on the board. Sources say that board members had also wanted to elect Rabbi Chaim Shaul Brook of Lahak, but he turned down the offer citing a possible conflict of interest with his work.
Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch (lit. Central Organization For Education) is the central educational organization of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement. Founded by the sixth Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok Schneersohn upon his arrival to America in 1942, it was directed by his son-in-law, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, who would later to become the seventh Rebbe. Today Merkos is responsible for the program of dispatching "shluchim" (lit. emissaries) to Jewish communities around the world. Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky is chairman of the board as well as secretary of the corporation. It publishes Jewish school textbooks, maps, charts and prayer books, as well as juvenile and readers for youth. Source: Wikipedia
Chabad "Rabbi" Yehuda Krinsky is today the head of Chabad. He is the Boss of the Chabad Mafia. He is also the director of "Merkos" who sends the so called "shluchim", the emissaries of the Chabad Rebbe, all over the world. They set up Chabad houses which are used by Chabad drug dealers and drug traffickers worldwide. They are all involved in money laundering operations. They also try to convert ignorant and unsuspecting Jews to their Chabad religion, and they also do much proselytizing to non-Jews as well. Today, most of Chabad revenues come from their illegal drug trafficking, drug dealing, and money laundering operations, through "Merkos". Additional details are not given because "nobody wants to mess with drug dealers." Use your brain, connect the dots, and draw your own conclusions...
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