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The characteristic of violent-seeking mercenary group is to show up itself whenever and wherever disrupting peace is needed. So, we should wait to see MKO’s attacksc this time in the White House in Washington DC. With the assistance of their friends in Fox News and Zionists lobbies, they want to do it and put the blame on Iran (they have done such things before. For instance, they killed the Kurds in 1991 but blamed Revolutionary Guards for it).
It’s now common for the US to put in danger the security of its people by interfering in other countries’ internal affairs. It seems that warmongers in Pentagon have closed their eyes on this reality and observe no importance for it, but elites, journalists and public opinion of the US have felt this reality by their flesh and blood. US intervention in Vietnam had no outcome except failure and hundreds of dead US soldiers. US interferences in Chili, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Argentina and supporting rebel and terrorist groups in these countries have only aroused more hatred towards the US. The outcome of supporting Saddam Hussein and equipping him to disrupt the order of the region, and to attack neighboring countries and killing innocent people, was that Saddam became the biggest enemy of the US. Due to fear from Saddam’s threats, the US pays a high price now in Iraq and still remnants of Saddam and other groups-formerly supported by the US- kill American soldiers. Establishing Taliban in Afghanistan and Al-Qaeda in the world of Islam was a project that Americans initiated in order to fight Iran and Islam. This group threatens the US interest and threatens all the world and kills innocent people (from Britain, Spain, Iran and the US to Iraq, Sudan and Afghanistan). Those who, according to US officials, targeted Pentagon and Wall Street towers are killing innocent people in Spain and Britain. Worse than that, they massacre innocent Iraqis in large groups and US bombastic forces are unable to contain it. This is the only consequence of Machiavelli kind of thinking which governs the minds of warmongers. The US is the first victim of its wars. US warmongers are those who want to support terrorists of MKO in Iraq. The outcome of supporting the terrorist group of Rajavi won’t be different from supporting those of Saddam and Al-Qaeda. Something that begins with betrayal will end with betrayal either. Warmongers say that: “We want war. Who wants disorder and instability in the region? Al-Qaeda and Mojahedin-e khalq. We want to strike Iran. Who can do this for us? Al-Qaeda and Mojahedin and remnants of Saddam Hussein.” But like failure in planning for the war in Iraq, the US itself releases aggressors and, to overcome the competitors, paves the way for the crimes of Al-Qaeda in the US soil. The characteristic of violent-seeking mercenary group is to show up itself whenever and wherever disrupting peace is needed. So, we should wait to see MKO’s attacksc this time in the White House in Washington DC. With the assistance of their friends in Fox News and Zionists lobbies, they want to do it and put the blame on Iran (they have done such things before. For instance, they killed the Kurds in 1991 but blamed Revolutionary Guards for it). To date, American elites have prevented the warmongers from using this group and fortunately, there are several figures and organizations in the US, having good information on the nature of this group. As the warmongers go down in the quagmire of Iraq, the process of establishing Iraqi democratic government is prolonged and the draft constitution is signed, the efforts of warmongers-MKO are strengthened so that old enemies can come together. They want to set Iraq on fire and initiate another war in the region, especially against Iran. The flames of this fire will be wilder than that of Iraq and there’s no doubt that the US won’t be safe from such a fire. And of course this would prove the stupidity of warmongers who forgot the experience of Saddam in using terrorist groups and also the consequences of supporting Al-Qaeda. Although a Machiavelli attitude would lead to using this group as a means, in political point of view it’s an oversimplification to think that this group can be used as an anarchist one. Their terrorist capacity is too destructive and problematic to be controlled by exclusion. US State Department, which has always taken tough stances against this terrorist group, should determine the status of the detained leader of this group in order to prevent it from performing terrorist acts in the US and disruption peace and security in Iraq. The fate of Rajavi, like that of Ojalan, should be determined in Iran and by Iranians. Using him in hidden places by warmongers would add to the black records of such crimes.

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