Wood and charcoal never melt in each other, but when the wood is burnt it turns to charcoal. The US effort to synchronize Reza Pahlavi and Masoud Rajavi has not been and is not a extemporal plan, rather it has been theorized during many years. But the time of its presentation has been delayed due to some known reasons. Americans theorists were well aware of Rajavi’s desire to become a King; on the other hand with the description they had of Mr. Reza Pahlavi they knew that he has figure and gesture and capacity of a king (Shah) but he is capable of being a guerilla. In this one way chess game, the US controlled Black and White chessmen in order to make a kind of synchronization between a guerilla, who desires to be a king, and an heir to the crown, who doesn’t deserve to be king. Although it wasn’t simple, the passage of time and burning the MKO in the fire made by Mr. Rajavi provided Americans with an opportunity to manifest their theory. At the current situation, Mr. Rajavi and Mr. Pahlavi will certainly stand against each other to preserve their prestige. But is it really hard to believe that someday Mr. Pahlavi has become a member of National Council of Resistance (NCR)? There’s no doubt that the strikes of Saddam on Iran were not less than Mohammed Reza Pahlavi’s strikes on Iran during his governorship, so why don’t Mr. Rajavi cooperate with the heir of Shah when he (Rajavi) has cooperated with Saddam?! It won’t take a long time when clouds go away and the reality will be open to all. Maryam Khoshnevis

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