The kikes have apparently been using lizards to spy against Iran.

A former Iranian military leader has said that the Jews have used lizards, reptiles and other animals to spy on them.

NY Post:

Iran’s former military leader leveled a cold-blooded charge Tuesday — that Western spooks used lizards to “attract atomic waves” as part of their espionage on his country’s nuclear program.

Hassan Firuzabadi, top military adviser to leading mullah Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, was responding to questions from local journalists on the recent arrest of environmentalists.

He said Western nations had often used tourists, scientists and environmentalists to spy on Iran.

“Several years ago, some individuals came to Iran to collect aid for Palestine… We were suspicious of the route they chose,” he told the reformist ILNA news agency, the Times of Israel reported.

“In their possessions were a variety of reptile desert species like lizards, chameleons… We found out that their skin attracts atomic waves and that they were nuclear spies who wanted to find out where inside the Islamic Republic of Iran we have uranium mines and where we are engaged in atomic activities,” he said.

Firuzabadi, who noted that the spies “failed every time,” made his comments amid reports that Iranian-Canadian environmentalist Kavous Seyed Emami had committed suicide in prison after he was arrested along with other members of his wildlife group last month.

Several spying allegations involving wildlife have been made against Israel in the past few years.

This might sound like a weird accusation, but it is really not. The CIA employed a program called “Acoustic Kitty” decades ago in a botched attempt to spy on the Soviet Union. They implanted transmitting equipment inside a cat and tried to plant the cat around the Soviet embassy. The program failed when the cat got run over by a car.

Of course, thanks to Yair Netanyahu we have reason to believe that the Jews are in an alliance with reptilians and might even be reptilians themselves. This is another reason to take this story about lizards seriously.

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