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The requirements to reinstate the MeK organization and its relations are support from the external element and standing of the internal elements. To obtain the first requisite, Maryam Rajavi and her husband thought by getting out of the terrorist list and making lobbies in the United States, they can gain America's support. But, as always, Rajavis were in the wrong.

 

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Passing ten days of Villepinte meeting, the MeK propaganda machine's hubbub over it continues and TV programs and news reports about that theater repetitively are relayed on the media belonging to the group. This racket obviously shows the MeK leadership's struggle to hide a deep crisis.

 

The crisis that has shipwrecked the MeK leadership and disrupted her phasic goals to temporary maintaining of members can be described as follows: Maryam Rajavi, the MeK leadership, wants to convert her collapsed organization, which has become heap of ashes, to a stylish and modern house. This goal requires two prerequisites that Rajavi has failed to achieve them.

 

The requirements to reinstate the MeK organization and its relations are support from the external element and standing of the internal elements. To obtain the first requisite, Maryam Rajavi and her husband thought by getting out of the terrorist list and making lobbies in the United States, they can gain America's support. But, as always, Rajavis were in the wrong:

 

They were not able to understand that Obama's regional policy basically is in stark contrast with their orientations and beliefs. The method adopted by the United States government on talks with Iran, is among the examples of this divergence. As far as they are generally recommended to wait for the end of Obama's presidency and hope that a Republican administration take office. In fact, waiting for change in the U.S government and creation of a will for war with Iran has been an unimaginable prospect for the MeK during the past years.

 

About the second requisite, the internal elements' discordance with the Leadership is subject of intense harassment for the MeK ringleaders. This crisis entered a different stage, when the control tool of "Ideological Revolution" in its first appearance ever outside the organization was faced with severe response of public opinion and conked out. The event occurred when Massoud Rajavi personally arrived and disclosed a file for Mr. Ghorban Ali Hussein Nejad, which he has collected during the Ideological Revolution. Really, that was the first and last time that Rajavi could apply such files intended to intimidate the internal elements.

 

Now, the MeK leadership who saw that frame-up and other control tools for impounding members no longer work tries to replace another excuse to seize them. They in the face of demands of the Camp Liberty residents for separation ban any movement and refer separators to the UNHCR officials. Maryam Rajavi seeks to impose mandatory endure of conditions to the members.

 

From this perspective, one could consider two initial goals for the theater that Maryam Rajavi on behalf of his wife performed in Villepinte: representing the MeK as an effective opposition to the Iranian government for the U.S media, and pretending Rajavi as the only remedy for the members. Further, the events in Iraq and Syria have granted opportunity for the terrorist group to seriously follow its political maneuver.

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