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September 3, 2007 Clip No. 1563

Hasan Rahimpur Azghadi of the Iranian Supreme Council for Cultural Revolution on the Sexual Habits of Westerners

Following are excerpts from an address delivered by Hasan Rahimpur Azghadi of the Iranian Supreme Council for Cultural Revolution, which aired on Jaam-e Jam 1 TV on September 3, 2007.

Hasan Rahimpur Azghadi: [The Westerners] have transgressed all moral boundaries, and that is why their family unit has collapsed. When modesty and chastity are abandoned, soon enough the family falls apart. The husband and wife are no longer satisfied with one another, and they begin having relations with other men and women. After a while, they start thinking that since they have already experienced this, it is time to try homosexuality. Then, they think this is old-fashioned, and they turn to animals. These things happen in the West. After a while, when they get bored with this, they turn to small children. Today, one of the most prosperous and lucrative trades in the world is the trafficking in sex slaves – mostly women and small children. They trade small children like slaves and use them for sex. They are worse than the most monstrous beasts in history. They have even developed theories about this. Throughout history, people did these vile things, but they never discussed it in public. They always did it in secret. These people raise their head up high, and admit that they do these things. They have now begun turning to objects. There are big factories that produce artificial genitals, and they sell them in stores. A sex shop is a store that sells sex toys.

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