While being servile, he claims of independence, controls his forces with brainwashing and at the time fighting calls himself a revolutionary! And these are all aspects of a cult. A terrorist cult and a mercenary who’s lost its master, it’s forces are returning home and it’s war-seeking has been locked, and above all, the leader of the cult has been condemned to “silent in absence”
The fate of the mercenaries who are organized in the circle of dictatorial rules to deal with powers for their living depends on the kind of their interaction with their master; a group is attracted by the same system and acts like the employee of the intelligence service of that country; some act like a tool till they’ve a sharp knife (of course up to the point when their expiration date comes); some other are attracted by the power of the rival and play the role of multilateral agent by getting more pay.
But when military-political groups become mercenaries, their situation and fate changes; when a military, ideological, political organization- which has a specified and defined platform- turns to a mercenary, there’s no doubt that it burns from inside to be able to burn what’s outside. This kind of internal burning goes to the point where the identity of that organization undergoes main changes so that their “existence” becomes dependent to their master.
Ideological mercenaries know no boundaries in their crimes. Some mercenaries may not rape the kids, women and civilians for what they receive but ideological mercenaries start especially with this so that there will be no barrier in the way of their insolences and their devoted forces will become inured to starting this one-way path with whip, gunpowder, blood and weapon, without any questions!
Interaction with the master, efforts to keep him satisfied, controlling friendly forces, and clarifying the tactics for fighting the enemy are among the tasks of the leaders of mercenaries who has evolved in selling himself.
While being servile, he claims of independence, controls his forces with brainwashing and at the time fighting calls himself a revolutionary! And these are all aspects of a cult. A terrorist cult and a mercenary who’s lost its master, it’s forces are returning home and it’s war-seeking has been locked, and above all, the leader of the cult has been condemned to “silent in absence”.
Mercenaries who were fed by blood and played symphony with mortars and danced on the corpses of civilians and got rewards from Saddam, are now frantically looking for another master in order to prove that they’re cheap prostitutes who sell themselves for a living and have no other expectation!
Rajavi’s mercenary cult, by resorting to this point that “no means necessarily becomes old”, believe that they should preserve themselves in regime’s challenges with the west and should wait until another master, like Saddam, uses their old and rotten means (one who has been the unquestioning slave and mercenary of Saddam can certainly become another murderer’s slave).
But the members of Rajavi’s cult have forgotten two points: first, their cult has become a corpse and, therefore, no one expects miracle from a burned corpse! Second, if we assume that even if murderers can think a bit, they can understand that Rajavi’s can’t do anything, otherwise they had done something when they were connected to Saddam and acted for his dictatorial regime!
But the author asks the UN and World Communities that “isn’t it a crime to be mercenary”? and if it is, should it be looked at opportunistically? If Iran was not in challenge with the west, the trial of Mr. and Mrs. Rajavi would have been held beside saddam and Hassan Al-Majid, right? Should one look at terrorist mercenaries as tools and let the bloody tragedies be repeated?
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