A man whose real name is not known, has sent a letter (to MKO website under the name of Baharan-e Azadi) in which he
A man whose real name is not known, has sent a letter (to MKO website under the name of Baharan-e Azadi) in which he has asked Mr. Rajavi to forgive the people of Iran.
This letter, unlike any open letter which is critical and reveals some facts that the addressee is unaware of, is all in all praising Mr. Rajavi!
A part of this letter, reads as follows:
Forgive political groups and individuals who have fallen into political traps of the regime… especially forgive those who stood against the resistance (Mojahedin) and its policies.
[In asking for forgiveness, he also goes further and enters the interrogation of opinions. Notice to these words: everyone who has stood against the policies of resistance…]
Forgive all officials in Shah’s regime and Mullah’s regime (except first class officials) in the condition of their returning to the people’s front (Mojahedin) and promise them an open court!!!!
[Unfortunately, he, like other commanders in Ashraf Base, considers no pure life for people. he says forgive them in the case they return to Mojahedin]
in another part, he adds: order the formation of a number of councils under the name of Unification councils all over the world by which democratic elections should be done!... under your leadership, as the best politician and campaigner of the current era, order the formation of the leadership for these councils….
[… under your leadership as the best politician and campaigner of the current era...!!!! this sentence is fully strange and there’s no need to explain. The words of “best politician and campaigner” are contradictory to democratic situations]
In another part, and perhaps to prepare the situation for participants in the democratic elections, he says:
National Liberation Army of Iran is still one of the biggest…decisive, unique and un-substitutable army and it will be the strong supporter of Unification council.
[In this part he has not said that “if such an army comes to power again by the support of Americans capitalists, which Iranian is going to accept such a disgrace?]
At the end we should say that Mr. Rajavi himself had talked about this kind of forgiveness in the plan of Unification and had not forgotten the role of his best leadership, so we say that the repetition of such insulting terms in such situation is according to that poem that says: “if the beggar is meek, it’s due to his nature".