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These comments show that NCRI’s recent meeting has been focused wholly on the risks of defectors’ activities. As usual, in the culture and logic of the MKO, there’s only one solution for this: issuing death sentence for opponents. This is what the MKO has done during past 27 years.
MKO propaganda system has brought, in recent days, its agents to the scene to discuss the activities of defectors and warn about the dangers of this issue for the Rajavi’s cult. All of them have alluded that the former members must be executed. On Nov. 26, 2005, in an interview with Sufi Saeedi, Rajavi’s mafia band emphasized again on issuing the death sentence for the former members. Saeedi, like Khazai, distorted the facts on French resistance to convince the viewers that this shameful inhumane rule is something natural. Citing the behavior of guerilla groups in Latin America (groups that existed during 60s and 70s!), he tried to introduce himself as supporter of such rules. These comments show that NCRI’s recent meeting has been focused wholly on the risks of defectors’ activities. As usual, in the culture and logic of the MKO, there’s only one solution for this: issuing death sentence for opponents. This is what the MKO has done during past 27 years. However, by bringing to the scene the bankrupt members of the NCRI and announcing inhumane death sentence for defectors, the MKO is following three purposes: 1. It is desperately trying to show that there’s a consensus on defectors’ being traitor and that they deserve death! In this regard, they should be reminded that as they have failed to introduce the NCRI as an organization independent from the MKO, they will never be able to claim that there’s a consensus on this issue. 2. Each and every member of the Council has to come to the scene and denounce the former members in order to show that he has not been influenced by the revelations of defectors and to boost his position and receive salary and benefits. 3. Remnants of Rajavi use the NCRI members and their media to repeat “death sentence for betraying” in order to fix their political legitimacy, stop increasing disrepute, clearing the effects of revelations on members and supporters as well as stopping the defection process among members. With this propagandistic trick, they want to prove that former members are traitors, their words are not important and that there’s no doubt that they’re traitors and if the MKO procrastinates executing their death sentence it’s because the situation is not suitable. Of course, these threats shouldn’t be ignored because these interviews on TV are a small part of what is really happening inside the group; this group will erase its opponents whenever it finds an opportunity.

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