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Significant changes that we will see in near future are managed changes that will be provided only in the context of MeK leadership Turbulence, pertinacity and conflict after George Bush's presidency and U.S political change in the region.

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Rajavi's agents are bargaining in West for being delisted from the FTO, and, on the other hand, they are scrambling in Iraq to keep the troops in Camp Ashraf, which Rajavi himself has called it a prison-like camp; this condition means gripping the cap in the hurricane.
MeK leadership's severity and extent of efforts reveals that they are not strong enough to deal with this situation and they spare no effort to escape that. The fact is that the fire alarm is sounded since the fire has reached to the basic foundations of this terrorist group.
Of course, Rajavi's desperation is not a periodic event that can be passed with a tactical move, but it stems from a deep strategic crisis that never would be resolved, but with major changes.
Tactical abandon of terrorist actions and Denying performed operations must not be evaluated only in the context of mobility to get out of the terrorist list, but these are requirements and the introduction of changes that the circumstances have imposed them.
Accusing the opposition for their stay in Los Angeles, and proud to be near the homeland and ready for release, and now queuing up the troops for obtaining asylum from the West, is an example of Rajavi's paradoxical Performance.
Hypocritical, contradictory and opportunistic approach of MeK leadership often causes them to lose Opportunity from the developments. Each time they have accepted the new conditions and requirements, they have engaged to Imaginative theorizing about victory.
When MEK leadership, night and day, was complying policy of "appeasement," and just where he was opposing Iraqi government for his survival and consolidation, in fact, he was walking to the death of his terrorist cult.

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