Monday August 21, 2017

Who Set Iran’s Washington Lobbyist on Fire?

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That is some democratic opposition movement that requires the other dissidents and movements to be suppressed in order to be triumphant and survive.  How preposterous.  Who is NIAC trying to fool?

Furthermore, the mullahs’ lobby group claims that the Mujahedin-e Khalq have no popular support among Iranians (see video below) so they should be tied up and put away; perfect similarity to a prescription mullahs’ ministry of intelligence would write for you.  That is the way of the mullahs. Execute, torture, rape and put thousands of people in jail and then scream that they have no public support.  No more expected from the lobbyist promoting Iranian regime.

But if the MeK really don’t have any popular support, why bother? Why is NIAC screaming its head off?  May be NIAC instead of going nuts over Mujahedin-e Khalq’s delisting, should lobby their own favorite regime. NIAC’s tactic is very clear. It cannot openly support Ahmandinejad so the best way is to attack the opposition which is seeking fundamental change in Iran. By discrediting the democratic alternative, NIAC is hoping to help mullahs’ regime to stay longer in power.

It is true that Secretary Clinton will have to make her decision soon.  That is whether she wants to continue to – as Persians say – “tie-up the stone and leave the mad dog unleashed” or to set history back on its right side up and side the American people with the Iranian people and their democratic movement for freedom.  I hope she will delist the Mujahedin soon.

And as far as NIAC’s concern about MeK’s popular support goes, the restless Iranian lobbyists can ask some well known people in Washington and reporters who just happen to be in Paris on June 18, seeing the gathering of tens of thousands of Iranians there in support of the Mujahedin-e Khalq – who don’t have any popular support – and then tell them that NIAC will gather the same number of people in Washington, or even half or one third of it, to show that it has in fact some support among Iranians.

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