من يحقق الثراء من الحشيش المغربي؟

In the mountains and valleys of northern Morocco over a hundred thousand acres are devoted devoted to growing an illegal drug Everything’s in the open
You can see fields on GPS maps Each year, Morocco produces over a million kilos of hashish much of it destined for the coffeeshops of Amsterdam Trafficking hash is a high-stakes game The rewards may be huge… but it’ s risky Then one day they put me in prison in Thailand with a chain And then you start to think But Europe’s burning passion for cannabis is sentencing Morocco’s farmers to a life of poverty and fear The only work in this region is cannabis It’s like slavery in your own country Meanwhile, nations spend billions
in a fight against traffickers that they just can’t win Who’s Getting Rich from Moroccan Hash? Morocco is one of the world’s top tourist destinations Millions of people a year come here for its rich culture sunshine, and natural beauty Chefchaouen, high in the
northern mountains of Morocco is known as the blue city And there’s tourism of another sort Because here, cannabis is smoked openly Smoker pilgrims come to try
what they say is the world’s best dope direct from source Yet in Morocco, like most countries in the world, cannabis is illegal [Reporter: Emir Nader] So how come it’s grown, sold, and smoked so freely? I’ve come here to get at the root of these contradictions Chefchaouen sits at the edge
of Morocco’s cannabis heartland – the Rif region Mohamed Aabbout is a local journalist and human rights activist He knows this area well Everything is in the open You can see fields on GPS maps Nothing is hidden The crop is growing in full view right beside the road But not all of it is native to Morocco These days, some of the seeds are imported These are grown from ‘Krikital’ seeds Also known as ‘Amnesia’ It’s a small patch of land It probably yields 100kg at most 100kg of cannabis presses into 2kg of hashish Hashish, or hash, is the concentrated resin
of the cannabis plant pressed into a block The cannabis planted up here… is only for tourists These are just small plots dotted around The mountain farmers have cultivated this plant they call it keef, for over a century On poor soil, land not fit for much else In other areas there are huge fields They can export their harvest Now, illegal investors from Europe are supplying lowland farmers with seeds that have been genetically modified to improve yield – and potency Morocco is the world’s number one exporter of hashish Every year hundreds of tonnes make their way to Europe Europe imports, it’s sold there even the Moroccans involved
are mainly Europeans citizens Who genetically modifies the seeds? The Europeans Who is selling the seeds to the farmers? The Europeans Cannabis may be illegal in Morocco but all over the Rif I see people growing it It’s hard to believe the authorities don’t know this Yet the Moroccan government spends millions trying to stop hashish leaving the country This is just the first of many contradictions I come across on the hash trail The port of Tangier is one of the busiest in Africa Millions of tons of legitimate cargo are exported so it’s not hard to conceal hash I’m at Tangier port with the Moroccan police and they are going to show us how they look hash and other kinds of contraband The port authorities say they’re coming down down hard on smuggling They tell me they scan and search the cars of seven million people
who pass through here each year And that every one of the 700,000 trucks that crosses goes through this factory-sized scanner Brigadier-General Nourreddine Terfai,
head of the port’s police leads my tour Trucks which raise concern in the scanner… are brought to this inspection facility In 2017 Moroccan police reported seizing 117 tonnes of cannabis resin They tell me they’re winning the war
against the traffickers What was your biggest recent drugs bust? We’ve intercepted consignments of all sizes we had one recently of six tonnes Earlier this year we found a stash of 13 tonnes 13 tonnes? Yes, 13 tonnes all hashish The rest of the stash was seized in Tangier city making the total 28 tonnes These lorries can carry big loads The police seem proud of the amounts they seize Their success stories are widely publicised on local news The image presented to me is a force with state of the art resources playing its part in the global war on drugs From Tangier, the southern tip of Spain is just 14 km away Spanish patrol boats are out in the Straits of Gibraltar every night trying to intercept the traffickers The smugglers avoid the main ports their high-speed boats take the consignments of hash to less monitored places along the coast Just before daybreak, I join the Spanish police This Rapid Action Force was originally trained to tackle terrorists But now, because of a spike in violence by traffickers in the south of Spain they’re fighting drugs They’ve had a tip-off about the location of some big-time hash traffickers It’s seven o’clock in the morning and we’re with the Guardia Civil on the way to raid two houses where they suspect hash is being stored I’m on my way with Lt. Abraham His unit has already mounted three raids this week Three more are lined up today Several houses have been raided and we’ve found hash Our target is the ringleaders the men who pull the strings Armed police! Hands in the air! This is the family home of their prime suspect Stay calm! Is there anyone else here? Stay calm! When they knocked down the door
there was a woman stood with a baby I was shocked to see that Yes It is unfortunate when you
crash in on a mother with an infant She was warned to stand away from the door Why are the officers so heavily armed? We are fighting organised crime, drug traffickers, they are heavily armed We need a strong security presence, loud and clear, because we never know what
we’ll face when we bust the door They didn’t find anything here, I’m not sure why maybe it was bad intelligence or I don’t know but we’re going to go see
what’s happening at the next raid The raids begin simultaneously so one suspect can’t tip off another There’s 19 guys here they’re a mixture of Moroccan and Spanish guys they landed by boat, they didn’t have any weapons We got a tip off about a possible shipment of a hashish We kept watch overnight Thermal imaging showed they were close to the shore At first-light we verified there were many people on board We observed twenty people getting off and hiding in one of these houses So we moved in and arrested them According to the police at least 30 gangs are active in the area with more than 3,000 people directly involved Lieutenant Abraham wants to show me
the results of the bust Inside this police strongroom there’s two tonnes of hashish It’ll be kept as evidence and eventually destroyed That’s so much. So this is 2,000 kilos of hashish
that was seized this morning Each of these markings designates which supplier inside Morocco it comes from On the streets of Europe this much hash can fetch up to 16 million Euros So is this a huge bust? Yes not the most we’ve seized but it’s a good operation The Spanish police intercepted over 70 times this amount last year that’s 140 tonnes after the Interior Minister announced
a new war on drugs He said narco-traffickers were threatening to turn the region into a land without law In the past two years drug violence has claimed the lives of half a dozen gang members,
a police officer, and even a child killed by a drug boat For local residents it’s getting too much Francisco Mena is the president of a group of anti-drug trafficking organisations in the south of Spain Coffee, sugar and tobacco are smuggled between Spain and Gibraltar because of the price difference There’s even smuggling of penicillin With the infrastructure in place they realised they could make a lot more money from hashish Local residents demanded protection so the Spanish government have built a physical barrier This is the Guadarranque river This barrier was built by the Spanish government two years ago costing 231,000 Euros Hash boats were using this river constantly They unloaded up-river in the narco docks This was filmed just before they built the barrier In broad daylight the beaches were full of people and families They didn’t care, just didn’t care They raced in regardless of the danger to people swimming To the honest people of Campo de Gibraltar the majority of the population narco-traffic doesn’t generate any benefit But to someone like the man in the video piloting a narco-boat On a single run from Morocco he earns around 30,000 Euros Those who carry the drugs off the beach earn 3000 or 4000 Euros a time The delivery drivers earn 10,000 to 12,000 Euros So some people are getting rich from Moroccan hash The barrier only stops the drugs landing here But the traffickers have hundreds of miles of coast at their disposal I’ve heard of a place where boats from Morocco land several times a week Early the next morning, I head off there This beach here has been
described to us as the ‘hot zone’ Boats arrive, are unloaded into cars before disappearing into the local neighbourhood You can see the tyre tracks across the beach Recent mobile phone footage shows how easily the gangs operate here and in broad daylight So despite Spain’s declaration of a new war on drugs it seems the traffickers’ gateway to Europe is still wide open It all looks so easy and reminds me of what I saw in Morocco It’s out in the open,
and very few people go to jail But there’s one big difference, it can’t be ignored. Here in the Rif, the cannabis farming community is far from prosperous This is Ketama It looks pretty run-down yet it’s home to some of the world’s
most sought-after hash It’s not a place that encourages media attention People are suspicious of foreign journalists and local farmers are reluctant to speak But Mohamed Aabbout who has campaigned for their social and economic rights for years was willing to film with them on our behalf What’s life like as a Kif farmer? I don’t want to grow it, I get nothing from it. I have no alternative The most you can earn is 10,000 Dirhams
(950 Euros) a year I work hard for that money I have six children. How can I feed them? Are you on good terms with the buyers of your crop? Every year it’s a different buyer We are under pressure. We have to sell, so we can buy a bag of flour or buy a gas cylinder to cook, or clothes for the children It’s hard to provide if you have no money In the Rif mountains there’s no other source of income The region survives from the growing of cannabis. When one farmer starts growing it,
his neighbour does too It spreads like a cancer The Moroccan government admits that close to a million people in the Rif are living directly from cannabis farming They have little alternative Few crops will grow successfully in these arid conditions We live 1,600 meters above sea level. There have been many efforts to grow other crops without success The big drug dealers
are the only ones who benefit from it It’s like slavery in your own country A powerful control mechanism
holds these people down More than 40,000 arrest warrants hang over the cannabis growers You always feel insecure.
Tomorrow you might be arrested and fined A farmer is always at risk;
always between the hammer and the anvil The police carry out the arrests but the warrants are supplied by
the Forest and Water Authority The forests are valuable They could have been used for many things like tourism But unfortunately, the farmers
are encroaching on the forests They’re doing more than that… they’re digging wells and siphoning off the water. In practice, few of the warrants lead to arrests but the threat is ever present Pay a bribe or go to prison The Forest and Water Authority issues fines of 4,000 or 5,000 Dirhams You either pay up… or go to prison. So a lot of people go to prison. I myself have been fined four times. Do some officials in the Forestry and Water
authority demand bribes? Yes, most government officials demand
bribes to leave you alone. Probably a quarter of those farming in the region are facing charges for the growing of cannabis. As a result, many farmers are forced to live in the shadows. This can have serious consequences for them and their families. Many people hide away at home. Their children aren’t registered. They’re accused of growing weed
and their ID has expired. A man can’t renew his ID or get family documents, If he applies they’ll see that
he’s wanted and be arrested Loads of the kids can’t get hospital treatment
or go to school because they’re not registered The growers live as outlaws. They are poor and denied basic human and social rights. The farmers’ testimonies are shocking. They don’t fit my picture of criminals making a killing. From what I can see, the families who cultivate this highly profitable drug are living in poverty, exclusion and fear. In Morocco’s capital Rabat I hope to find out why so many people in the Rif region are condemned to a life outside the law I’m on my way to Morocco’s most
powerful police organisation the National Security. This is the headquarters of the
Moroccan National Security and I’m about to meet the head of the Anti Drugs Unit. Abdel Rahim Habib has been working in
counter narcotics for 13 years I ask him about the huge number of arrest warrants that are hanging over the farmers There are a lot of warrants out there We don’t have precise figures Different kinds of offenders are included in the numbers Smugglers are included in those numbers They’re not all issued to growers some of them are for traffickers Only a proportion of them are for growers the warrants cover the whole culture around cannabis How do the police regard people who farm cannabis? They usually have to do it
to provide for their families But it’s still illegal under Moroccan law Drug traffickers are those
who really profit from the trade We regard them as serious criminals
and make every effort to catch them. International drug trafficking by sea is a huge problem… problem for both Moroccan and
European enforcement agencies. Traffickers take advantage of our two
coastlines which total 3,500km It’s almost impossible to monitor
and control that vast area To me, the Moroccan authorities’ approach to cannabis farming doesn’t make sense They admit that farmers have no choice and yet they make thousands live like fugitives Amsterdam If there’s one European city that
comes to mind in connection with cannabis, this is it. Hash here is big business. The streets are rammed with tourists and there’s a distinctive aroma in the air. Cannabis is technically illegal here in the Netherlands, but selling it is tolerated and it’s widely available in coffee-shops. I want to know how the dope smoked here makes its 3,000 kilometer journey from Morocco. The Dutch press estimate that the country’s
coffee-shops turn over a billion euros a year. That’s a lot of hashish. On this shop’s menu I spot a familiar name: Ketama Gold from the town I visited in the centre of the Rif. Could we see some Ketama Gold? This is the Ketama Gold. And it’s grown from only one plant. How much is a gram of Ketama Gold? The price is on the menu. So we have Ketama Gold and it is 8 Euros 50 for a gram. In Ketama, a farmer would get 3 cents, for this tiny piece. That’s less than half of 1 percent
of what they’re charging here. It says here ‘mellow body buzz’, three out of five stars, what does that mean? Stars is the rating from the internet. Can I have a gram of the oriental hash cookie please? How often do you smoke, is it like a glass of wine every evening? Or every day? I smoke everyday, if I have a busy day at work I smoke less but if I have nothing to do, I can smoke a bit more. I’ll have Super Silver Strawberry. I use it every day and I start smoking
at the end of the day in the afternoon and at the end of the night and use cannabis oil. Amsterdam is home to around 250 coffee shops. This one is definitely the
presentable face of the industry. The Amsterdam Genetics brand
even has a spokesperson, Maylees As a coffee shop you are allowed,
you are only allowed to sell hashish, weed, and space cakes. Transportation is not allowed. Stocking is not allowed. Growing is not allowed. You can buy per person you can by 5 grams maximum. we can have a total stock of 500 gram. So altogether, space-cake, pre-rolled, weed, hashish, it’s a maximum of 500 grams. So let me get this straight, and buy 5 grams of hash, but for the very same shop, it’s illegal for them to purchase it on a big scale? Yes. That’s right, it’s not legal. That’s a lot of money leaving a legal system and going
into a murky system, right? Yes, and the most ideal situation for us would be that we grow our own products, legally. Alright, so this is the hall of fame, this is the trophy cabinet. Which we are very proud of. We have a seed line, that is also grown in Morocco. The growers have these seeds, they cultivate the seeds and make hashish and the end product is available in our coffeeshops. So how close is your
relationship with Moroccan farmers? Maybe in the future we can tell you way more about relationships in this business, but for now we can’t be as open as we want to be. According to Maylees, some of the coffee shops already have direct links to farmers in Morocco. They’re growing to order. And although it’s illegal to import hash from Morocco, Western money is revolutionising
cannabis production in the Rif. They’ve brought it down from the mountain tops, and introduced new, more potent strains. The cultivation of cannabis has evolved,
it was simpler when grown by peasants. Big investors have appeared. They’re investing in the new areas. These investors are Spanish, French and Dutch. They pay good money to farmers
who used to grow vegetables. They plant genetically-modified seeds, made specifically for these regions. In the past you could only get
quality in the Rif mountains. But now they’ve been modified
to suit the lowlands. There’s more water in the plains than the mountains. There are rivers and dams. They use organic and chemical fertilisers, to increase the crop yield. They don’t care about the land, they want to increase the yield ten-fold. This industrial-scale farming is devastating the poor hill-top growers, who can’t compete. The historic regions, where cannabis
has been growing since 1900, have become the poorest. According to Mohamed, these big players have powerful connections. The authorities have a different
relationship with these growers, than the hill farmers. The dealers have political clout,
politicians who defend them, and protect their interests. They have influence. Their interests are looked after. There are bribes and things we don’t know about. They know how to deliver their goods. How to get it out of a region surrounded by the police. This isn’t the first time I’ve heard of Moroccan officials taking bribes, and being involved in trafficking. I’m going to Melilla, to meet a man who’s seen it from the inside. Melilla is a hangover from colonial days. It’s on the northern coast of Morocco, but it’s a Spanish territory with special status. This is where two continents almost touch. Many asylum seekers make their way here, hoping to cross from Africa into Europe. These Moroccans are just coming for the day. They buy duty-free goods, and carry them home to sell. We’re here at CETI, which is a camp for asylum seekers, here in European territory, we’re in Spain even though
we’re on the North Coast of Morocco. There’s roughly about 1000 asylum seekers from all over Africa, and the Middle East. And we’re about to meet Mohamed Kholali. Mohamed used to be a paid informer. He collected intelligence for Morocco’s Interior Ministry. I am a political refugee. I used to work for the government. I was fired, because I was a whistleblower. I was imprisoned, because I exposed security personnel who took drugs. I’ve left everything behind, my home, my family, my loved ones, my friends. Mohamed’s family lives just 14 kilometres away, but they might as well be on the moon. He knows he can never go back. He used to live by the sea, and could watch the drug smugglers in their boats. From upstairs in my apartment, you could clearly see the smugglers. Like they were just over there. It was normal. If a stranger saw them, he’d think it odd. Mohamed makes some disturbing claims about his time at the Interior Ministry. I was employed from 2010-2016. I had a good relationship with policemen. I used to buy cocaine for them. They were afraid of being seen on camera. If they caught someone with a kilo of cocaine they’d take what they wanted Then they’d sell the rest. There’s one well known dealer. He collaborated with policemen, who’d give him a car, and let him sell drugs, then arrest him. They did it to intimidate the other dealers in the city. Some innocent people were accused of dealing drugs The actual drug dealers… are officials and their accomplices, are never arrested. The drug trade wouldn’t be possible with state officials. Mohamed’s allegations of systemic corruption, are impossible to corroborate. But I’ve discovered a legal case that sheds light on the links
between a Moroccan public official, and the trade in drugs. Back in the Netherlands, a number of Moroccan traffickers have been convicted. Some of them have high-level political connections. These are confidential
court documents obtained by the BBC, and they contain details of one of the biggest hash busts in the Netherlands, in recent years. Normally in the Dutch legal
system names aren’t revealed publicly, but what’s significant
about these documents is they identify the two main culprits: Khalid Bachrioui and Ahmed Chelhi. There’s an estimation here that the gang traded 60,000 kilos of hashish. We’ve got a list of high-end sports cars, properties across Europe, bank accounts with millions of euros in. This is what an international
drugs-trafficking ring looks like We’ve looked into the Bachrioui case According to the court documents,
he was convicted of money-laundering to the tune of 9 million Euros. The Dutch call it the Sprinkhaan case. Wim Van De Pol is a journalist
who has been following the case closely. Sprinkhaan is a very big
hash-trafficking case, 65,000 kilos. It’s one of the biggest deals we’ve have
had in the Netherlands in the past 20 years. There were two transports seized, thousands of kilos involved and a very
professionally operated organisation. So I would say it was a big case. Khalid Bachrioui was sentenced to four years in prison, but he’s never spent a day inside. There’s no extradition treaty between
the Netherlands and Morocco, so he’s able to live freely in a holiday resort called Al Hoceima. He’s a well-known businessman there, and even holds public office as
the regional head of tourism. I hope that more visitors will come from
Europe to spend their holidays here Here he is, advertising the resort. He says nothing about his background – laundering money for an international drugs gang. Now we know that Khaled Bachrioui is a public official in the city of Al Hoceima, does that surprise you? That this gang could be
connected to corruption in Morocco? No. I know from other cases that there have been ties between criminality and public officials in Morocco. Khaled Bachrioui is now appealing the court’s decision. I wanted to discuss it with him, but neither he nor his lawyer would comment. However, 17 others were charged in the Sprinkhaan case, a number of whom went to prison. Jan Hein Kuijper is a lawyer who defended one of them. He says the Dutch courts now take it as normal for traffickers
to pay bribes to public officials. One of my clients, the justice department wanted
500 million guilders [225 million euros], to take back because they
said you earned 500 million guilders with your hash transports and your selling, so we want to take away those 500 million guilders. So, we told the court that my
client had to pay off a lot of authorities in Morocco, in Spain, everywhere, and the court said: ‘Okay we take that away from the 500
million because that’s reliable.’ So even the Dutch courts take into account that criminals who smuggle have to pay everybody to get the drugs in Holland, also the authorities in Morocco or Spain or wherever. It’s normal. Keeps you busy as well? Not any more, because there’s no money
for the police to investigate hash case, at this moment I don’t have one hash case. Because the government makes
decisions to choose what to investigate and that’s not hash. So I have coke and I have
murder and everything but no hash. So do you think the legal environment here
in the Netherlands encourages trafficking? Of course. it’s a free zone at this moment
when you’re a bit of a smart guy, to import hash or to trade hash, and you will not be caught, because the
priority of Justice is not hash. Who do you think is making
the money from this trade? I would say almost everybody,
from the start to the end. In Morocco, farmers can grow cannabis, but it can’t be exported. In the Netherlands, coffee-shops can sell hashish, but they can’t import it. Legally it’s a mess. It seems to me the fundamental law of
supply and demand is being ignored. And the demand for cannabis is huge. So exactly, how does the drug get here? I’ve been trying for weeks to meet a trafficker, someone who can tell me
how these Dutch coffee-shops get their Moroccan hash. Finally I get a call. We arrange to meet the following day. My journey takes me a 150
kilometres south from Amsterdam. To Antwerp. The second largest port in Europe. Paul Meyer used to smuggle drugs on a grand scale. For 10 years he ran a trafficking operation dubbed the ‘700 Million Gang.’ That was the street value of their enterprise. It ended badly – but he’s unrepentant. Smuggling is for me the most beautiful job that you can find. I miss it every day. Why? Because it was a beautiful time. Exciting? Everything, it’s related to money, girls, parties… everything, everything, everything! Don’t forget that every five or six weeks we win 750,000 euro to 1 million euro. So that was a very nice time for a very long period. And then one day they put me in
prison in Thailand with a chain, and you start to think. In 2007, Paul was arrested in Bangkok. He spent months in a Thai prison, before he was sent back to
Belgium to finish a 12 year sentence. At the height of your business,
how much hash were you moving through these ports? Every five weeks between 18 and 20 tonnes. 20 tonnes? Yes. And that was all from Morocco? Everything was coming from Morocco. In a 40 ft container you can load 20 tonnes, but we have pipes and in these
pipes you can put exactly 1000 kilo inside. So 20 pipes, 18 pipes… I calculated that way always, and then we mix it a little bit with scrap. What’s the journey of the hash? It’s coming from the mountains and from that moment it’s going to a little place in the neighbourhood of Casablanca, and then it’s going to Portugal, and from Portugal it’s going on the boat to Antwerp. And this traffic is approximately five days, and that’s very quick, so the risk that there’s information coming
from Morocco to here the police don’t have the time,
the customs don’t have the time, to organise something. With those countless shipments,
did you ever have a problem? No problem in Morocco,
I’ve never seen a problem in Morocco. That means they are well organised. there are high people involved otherwise it’s impossible to do that. you must pay people when you want
to do these kind of things and to be 100 percent sure. It’s a very big port. Every drug is coming in. and they don’t have the capacity to
check a lot of containers. As Paul explains it, Customs will order any suspicious container to go through a scanner. The shipping agent is given 24 hours to comply. If they don’t, the agent is fined. When there is some something inside from 20, 30, 40, 50 million, so you’re not happy to go to the scanner
because maybe they see something, the penalty when you don’t go is 1250 euro, so it’s an easy choice, you don’t go to the scanner. The shipping agents, the companies with all the boats, , they are very strong, because they say ‘When my container is not on time, with the client, I lose my client the client is not paying and I go to another port’. Now, Antwerp don’t want to lose big client. Paul Meyer was up to his neck
in major-league trafficking. Many people think cannabis is a
relatively harmless drug. In fact it’s a business with lethal connections. Top of the list are cocaine,
money-laundering and people-trafficking. It’s time for me to go back to Morocco. Paul told me his consignments began their journey here, in Casablanca,
3,000 kilometres south of Antwerp. It’s my last stop on the hash trail. Paul claimed he had senior
Moroccan officials on his payroll. They were helping him ship huge quantities of drugs. Paul said he was moving 18 to 20 tonnes of hash, through here every 4 to 5 weeks. Looking at it, it looks secure, it looks modern, and in a way it looks more closed off and secure than Antwerp port. I’m about to continue,
when we’re interrupted by the police. We’ve got the Security National straight away. Even now… Show me your papers. Who are you? The interruption by the police makes the point. This is obviously a sensitive location. We couldn’t film inside, so we don’t know how, or even if, the containers are checked. But Paul testified to a Belgian court that he regularly brought huge
quantities through this port. I’m reaching the end of my journey. After all I’ve seen, I find it hard to judge judge just how seriously
Moroccan authorities are policing this trade. I’m here to meet Abdelhak Khiame, head of the Anti Organised Crime Unit. He’s the most important, and heavily guarded,
anti-narcotics officer in Morocco. I put Paul’s claims to him. Surveillance is now at its highest in the Kingdom of Morocco and along its borders. So I believe that this claim to be hugely exaggerated, exaggerated. However, I don’t deny that certain quantities are smuggled
out from time to time, but most operations are
intercepted by the security forces. According to the law, It’s a crime and like all crimes, people are punished for any kind of involvement in trafficking drugs. So what are the Moroccan
authorities doing about the big smugglers? There’s no difference. One should know that the networks
that are doing smuggling of drugs internationally… they are organised, and based abroad. They are not in the Kingdom of Morocco, they are abroad. Yet again, I’m being told the source of the cannabis problem lies elsewhere. Every official says it’s someone else’s fault. Which makes a mockery of the
need for international cooperation. The Moroccans turn a blind eye, while the Spanish engage in military-style policing, and the Dutch have gone for partial legalisation. It just doesn’t add up to a consistent or credible policy. European demand for cannabis is growing, and vast fields of genetically-enhanced
plants are meeting that demand. Farmers struggle to make a living. The people getting rich from Moroccan hash are the gangsters, and corrupt officials. There must be a better way.

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  1. كيف يكون لاستعمالات صيدلانية و زراعته ممنوعة ؟ أمر محيّر أن تمنع زراعته على الورق و لا تفعل شيئ على الأرض ثمّ تتظاهر بأنك تمنع تهريبه. حكومة مغربية غريبة جدا.

  2. هل رايتم القنب. الهندي. في امريكا. اليس مشروعا. وقانونيا. هدة تروة الاهية . حبى بها الله المنطقة. ادا. لا تلعبوا على الحبلين. كفى.من نباح. المستفيدون. عصابات. دولية مغاربة واجانب. وهولاندا والاوروغواي.

  3. وصلت منتجاتنا الزراعية الى العالم اوربا احتلنا بالسلاح و نحن احتلنا أوروبا بالحشيش ربما العالم أكمله هههههه اموت فيك بلادي ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  4. 👍تقرير راءع ويؤسفني جدا وضعية الفلاح المغربي والظروف التي يعيش فيها رغم عنه .!
    الله يحفظكم ويستركم ان شاء الله.
    اخوكم تونسي.

  5. غادي نصيطيو و نهبلوا الاسبان و الاوربيين رغم التكنولوجيا المتطورة لي عندهم كنتقبوهم خخخخ نعم انهم المغاربة يا سادة ما يقدر عليهم غير الله وحده

  6. نعم يا سادة سنفتخر حتى الممات لاننا مغاربة، لان ميقدر علينا لا اوروبا لا زمر غير الله لي خلقنا🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦💪🏼

  7. العصابات المغربية تملك كل الجنوب الاسباني ماربيا كوستا ديل صول طاريفا الخزيراس ال ايخيدو إشبيليا

  8. بالعكس ان هي الحكومة ساعد المهربين…وانت تقول بان الحكومة تحارب الحشيش ههههههههههههههه

  9. جهات عليا تستفيد من زراعه الحشيش وهي خط احمر و هي الوحيده المخول لها تصديره…. الشرطه والجمارك تصادر وتوقف وتمنع من تهريب الحشيش نحو اوروبا او توزيعه بالمغرب فقط من الناس العاديين..لهذا نسمع كل حين تمكنت عناصر الدرك او الجمارك او الشرطه من ايقاف عمليه تهريب للمخدرات والاعلام المخزني. يصور الشاحنه المحمله….في نفس الوقت اصحاب النفوذ والسلطه يصدرون الحشيش في واضحه النهار وتحت اعين الجمارك بحرا وبرا وجوا… لو الدوله لها نيه لمحاربه الحشيش لمنعت زرعه وتصديره واصدرت قانون عقوبه الاعدام في كل من يزرعه او يحمله او يبيعه او يستهلكه

  10. الحشيش لو تم زراعته وبيعه بصورة قانونية لن يتمكن المسؤول الحكومي في الدول العربية من جني أى أرباح ، في لبنان وسوريا ومصر والمغرب ، أكبر تجار الحشيش هما المسؤولين وأولادهم

  11. أنا أسكن في عين المكان الذي تزرع فيه الحشيش سأقدم لكم توضيحا عن الأمر:
    _ المزارعين أو الفلاحين يبيعون الحشيش بثمن رخيص جدا جدا لكنه في نفس الوقت أفضل ربحيا من الفلاحة خاصة أن المنطقة لها تضاريس صعبة .
    – الحشيش عملية معقدة ليس كما يتخيلها البعض لأن غلته قليلة جدا يعني أطنان من النبات الحشيش يعطي لك بضع كلو غرامات يعني يحتاج لأراضي شاسعة .
    – نبات الحشيش مثله مثل النباتات الأخرى لاقيمة له إلا بعد خضوعه لعمليات مكثفة الحصاد التجفيف التقطيع وووو عمل منهك ويدوي يتكلف به المزارع ويستخلص منه الحشيش الذي يكون غبار مضغوط على شكل قطعة شكولاطة لا يعرض للهواء .
    – الحشيش موجه للسوق الأروبية بشكل مباشر أما الذي يباع في المغرب والدول العربية فهو من النوع الرديء ذو جودة رديئة يعني الفاسد أو الغير المركز .
    – منتوجات نبات الحشيش مثل الزيوت والأدوية غير مربحة وغير مكلفة ….الذهب الأسود هو مادة الحشيش (قطع الشيكولاطة) .
    -تجار الحشيش هم ليسو الفلاحين بل الأباطرة وشبكات يتحكمون في السلطة في آمان وسرية وحصانة .
    -الحشيش لايستفيد منه الشعب هي تجارة عالمية سوداء يتم فيها جني المليارات من الأورو من طرف العصابات الحكام .
    -الحشيش لن يتوقف ولن ينتهي أما الذين يتم توقيفهم وسجنهم هم مجرد أشخاص عاديين غير معنيين بالأمر .

  12. اسلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته…..
    حسبنا الله ونعم الوكيل ونعم المولى ونعم النصير علي كل من يزرع الحشيش المخدر . الكيف . لقد هلكو الشباب الضائع من حقوقه المشروعة . العمل والسكن والحياة الكريمة لهم . لأن من يستفيدون من ألمخدرات هم تجار والفلاحين وبرونات أصحاب النفوذ السياسي . نعم أصحاب السلطة الذين هم في الحكم الاوائل مستفيدون في الاثراء الفاحش لأنهم لايعنيهم من يزرعوها ولا من يشتري ويبيع فيها المسؤولين الذين هم في السلطة يهمهم إعطاء لهم الجزية من أجل غض النظر علي كل من يزرع ويتاجر فيها . ولكن ليفرون من حساب الله سبحانه وتعالى . لقد دمروا عقول الشباب بهذه الافة المسمومة . حسبنا الله ونعم الوكيل ونعم المولى ونعم النصير علي كل من يري بعينيه الفساد والمنكر ولم يغيره . ارجو من اصحاب الخير العقلاء أن ينصحون الفلاحين وتجار بعدم زراعة هذه المخدرات المسمومة وبيع الي الشباب . الا تعلمون بأنكم تاكلون الحرام انتم وعائلتكم .

  13. فرنسيسكو رئيس مجموعة مكافحة المخدرات سنانو مهرمشين يدير الخير غير في فمو ويصيب هدوك السنان عاد يحارب مي مي

  14. بركاك صحيح ها الحقوقي قالك ستنزفو المياه الجوفية ودي معا bbc ل طاطة شوف تنقيب عن الدهب المنهوب وعن طحن الفرشة المائية وموت الناس بالعطش بسبب تنقيب الدولة عن الدهب وشوف سيدي علي شركة الماء شني عملت ف الاطلس بعدو من دراوش كيدبر على راسهم

  15. كل معلموات غلط اول شي في اسبوع وحد يتم تهريب من 30 الى 50 طن وفي المغرب ليسى بسهل ان تلقى الحيشيش ادا كنتي سأح عليك داهب الى كتامة

  16. أحييك على هذا الدوكيمونتير مغربي أعيش في الخارج وأموت على حشيش بلادي

  17. الكمية المحجوزة لا تمثل شيئ و الدليل هو ان الجزائر لوحدها تحجز اكثر من ميناء طنجة على كل حال الحشيش محبوب لدى الجزائريين و مطلوب بكثرة

  18. الحشيش المغربي روعة و لا اعتبره خطيرا على الانسان و ليسة فيه اي مشكلة نفسية او صحية يتناوله المغاربة و الجزائريين بدون اي مشكل نفسي او صحي و نرجوا ان يصبح مسموح باستهلاكه

  19. المشكلة ليسة في الحشيش بل في الاموال الطائلة التي يربحها المهربين ولا تنال الدولة شيئ من هذه الاموال اذن المشكل مالي و ليسى صحي او في مصلحة الناس بل مالي – اموال طائلة لا تستفيد منها الدولة – الحل هو تقنين الاستهلاك و وضع رسوم على الحشيش و بس

  20. المعادلة المغربية الأنيقة الحشيش مقابل الأورو عكس كل العرب البترول مقابل الغذاء ،في نظركم من الذكي؟

  21. الشعب المغربي م̷ـــِْن ارقى واصفا واعظم ناس خلصوني م̷ـــِْن الموت المحتم

  22. الملك الفاسد و عصابته هم من يستفيدو من التجارة الدولية للحشيش و من الثروة في المغرب

  23. المخدرا دمار، تدمر ليس فقط العائلة بل الشعب والمجتمع. هدفها حاليا العالم العربي. ان شاء الله نكون اقوى منها. مع فائق الاحترام، المركز الطبي للدكتور نزارالييف

  24. لن يجب الوثاءقي على العنوان :
    أكبر مستفيد من الحشيش هو العاءلة الملكية المرتزقة و على رأسهم المثلي الشفار ابن العاهرة لطيفة امحزون محمد 6

  25. احلي تحيه للشعب المغربي ازرعو براحتكم ولا يهمكو حد ليه حكومات تصرح بيه وحكومات لا تصرح بيه . اولا طبيا مش مضر اساسا ..مثله مثل السجائر . وليس حرام . هاتلي ايه تقول ان الحشيش حرام ..دا الخمره المحرمه رسميا ولفظيا بالقرأن مصرح بيها قانونا بمعظم ان لم يكن بكل الدول الاسلاميه ..فوائد زيت القنب او الحشيش تعالج امراض السرطانات . وعلاج لمرض التوحد. وافخر الحقائب النسائيه واغلاها المصنوعه من نبات القنب .. دي قوانيين مريضه .

  26. المغرب اكبر دولة فيها الفوسفاط ومن اكبر المدن التي تحمل الفسوفاط الدي يكفي العالم ل 600 سنة قادمة هي خريبكة وزيد الموارد البحرية الخ ولكن الشعب فقير 💔 هاذي هي افريقيا للاسف يستفيد منها البراني وأصحاب الأرض في ظلم وفقر

  27. الكتامية هي العيدية المتابادالة بين المملكتين الاقدم في العالم…. اسبانيا والمغرب…. الا ان الاخيرة لا يستفيد منها الا المافيات وعائلاتهم.. عكس المملكة الشمالية التي تحول جميع ارباحها للصحة والتعليم… الخ

  28. العصابة الحاكمة هي المستفيد الاول من الحشيش والشعب بين مدمن وفلاح يعمل بالسخرة لكبار الحيتان

  29. ههههه دائما أمام الكاميرات يتظاهرون بالنبل والمصداقية، ومع أنه ماخفي كان أعظم أكثر من يحقق الثراء من الحشيش بالإظافة للعصابات فهم الشرطة ومسؤولين بارزين في الدولة سواء المغربية أو الإسبانية، فمثلا بالمغرب هناك رؤوس دولة كبيرة لها حقول وضيعات لزرع الحشيش ويصدرونه بأرقى الطرق ودون مضايقات، أنا شخصيا رأيت بأم عيني حشيش مطبوع عليه شعار العرش الملكي ويقولون أنه حشيش ملكي تابع لحقول خاصة بالملك أو أحد أفراد عائلته والله أعلم، كل شيء محتمل في ظل الأرباح الباهظة التي تجنى منه وارتفاع ثمنه في أوروبا.

  30. لي يمشي لاغادير روح يسول على فاطمة الزهرة الشلوحية دير المساج بالزيت , كتحويها ب 200 درهم

  31. قناة يهودية تابعة لبريطانيا وممولة من قطر … عللينا الا ننسى .. جرائم البريطانيين في فلسطين وكيف سلمموها عبر وعد بلففوورر..

  32. ولكن ملك المغرب من اغني 10 اغنياء العالم وكل ثرواته هي التجارة في الحشيش ولو كان وفر المستشفيات والتشغيل وقضي علي الفقر لا له فقط

  33. منطقة الشاون او شفشاون صعب زراعة اي شيء غير القنب جربو كثييرا زراعة خضروات لكن القنب فقط ينبت ولوحده ليس ضروري زراعته فمكانه الاصلي هناك وسبحان الله كدلك لا ننسى ان بعض الادوية تصنع منه ويوجد بجميع دول العالم وليس المغرب فقط

  34. المستفيد الأول من الحشيش هو أمير المفسدين السادس حاكمة المغرب و الشرطة الإسبانية تقوم ببيعه ولا يتم إتلافه

  35. ما هو الفرق مابين الحشيش والخمر تفهم تعرف بلي الدول المنتجة للخمر تدين الدول المنتجة للحشيش ههههه

  36. لا حول ولا قوة الا بالله بتخربو بيوت عالم منشان تكسبو مصاري الله لا يشبعكم تكونو جوعانين طول ما انتم عايشين

  37. الدوالة عدخل فيكي المحساد سير فحالك الحشيش ايدا تقطعت العالم انوض فيه الحرب هيا الي تتعيش الناس في عالم اخر واليس في الوقع

  38. رايت تقربا كل التعليقات هنا
    واحد يقولك شعب طيب و لآخر يقولك شعب لا اعلم كيف
    لا حول ولا قوة الا بالله
    الكيف او الحشيش المغربي يزرع بعين من الحكومة و حماية من الحكومة و عائداته التقديرية تقول انه اضعف مستوى له انه يعود بعائدات تفوق 25 مليار دولار للمغرب
    و كان أغلبه يهرب عن طريق الجزائر في السنوات الأخيرة أحكمت الجزائر اغلاق الحدود و مراقبتها
    والله عيب اننا اصبحنا نفتخر بأنه أكثر دولة إنتاجا الحشيش في العالم هي عربيه
    لهذا لم تتطور دولنا العربية
    قالك بيستعملوه في صناعة الأدوية و هو على الاقل طبيعي هههههه
    يستعمل في صناعة الفساد و الدمار للشعوب

  39. المكان الذي يزرع فيه الحشيش لا يمكن ان تري نسائهم خطر احمر رغم زراعة الا انهم محافظين جدا

  40. دباب المخازنية ينتحلون صفة جزاءريين مصريين و عرب آخرين لتضليل الراي ونشر البروباغندا، اما عن مدخول الحشيش فقصر مجمك الشادس و صعاليكه من القوات القمعية لهم نصيب الاسد وهم المستفيدين الكبار من هاته التجارة الأمم المتحدة قدرت المدخول السنوي للمغرب من الحشيش
    ب 23 مليار دولار سنويا مايعادل تقريبا مزانية المغرب سنويا 28 مليار دولار.

  41. بعض الأراضي هي التي تزرع من طرف فلاحين صغار أما أغلبية النبتة تنمو وحدها بدون زراعة او سقي

  42. ههههههههههههههههههههههههههههههههه 😂😂😂 عاشنا وشفنا زطلة طلع شانها ================= كوكاين برو

  43. الحشيش المغربي أفخر وأجود صنف في العالم بدون منازع ثمنه في أمريكا الجنوبية يبلغ 20ألف دولار للكيلوغرام الواحد على الأقل

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