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Most warmongers think that MKO would be useful only in the case of a war, and their supporters believe that proving MKO’s abilities to meet warmongers’ needs is the only way to save them (MKO) from the crisis. That’s why they are offering all they can, including spying activities, to win the favor of warmongers
After IAEA’s resolution, remnants of Rajavi’s cult felt the smell of war and the hope for possible military strike against Iran gave energy to the bankrupt body of the cult. Events in Basra and UK’s stances against Iran also created this feeling in the MKO that they can take advantage of the situation. Therefore, they hurried to show their readiness for espionage activities. Warmonger masters of MKO always try to introduce MKO’s services and pretend that they’re useful and mighty. Maneuvering on the espionage abilities and giving free services to the enemies of Iran is a tactic which can work only when there’s an all-out consensus on attacking Iran. For the time being however, when statesmen in the west and even in the US try to finish Iranian nuclear standoff through dialog and diplomacy, this tactic can’t be useful and in fact pushes warmongers and their favorite group to the sidelines. Most warmongers think that MKO would be useful only in the case of a war, and their supporters believe that proving MKO’s abilities to meet warmongers’ needs is the only way to save them (MKO) from the crisis. That’s why they are offering all they can, including spying activities, to win the favor of warmongers. Anyway, the hopes of remnants of Rajavi’s cult didn’t last too long and their plots were all defeated. After Condoleezza Rice met the President and Foreign Minister of France, they (the US and France) asked Iran to get back to the table of EU-Tehran talks. Rice also meets Vladimir Putin when he likes the Iranian nuclear issue to be resolved in the framework of EU talks with Tehran. Jacques Chirac, the president of France, also asked negotiations to be continued. In response, Iranian Foreign Ministry announced that Iran is ready to resume negotiations with EU’s troika, unconditionally. There’s no doubt that a new round of talks would begin with this response, that some- including Mojahedin-e khalq- thought won’t take place in new Iranian government. In this situation, Seyed Al-Mohaddessin- in charge of MKO’s foreign deception system- desperately describes Iran’s positive move as a tactic for buying time. Then, he went on helplessly: “World community should not pay attention to such pretexts. They should hurry in referring regime’s nuclear case to the UN Security Council and apply oil and technology sanctions against this regime.” MKO thought it could bring tension to the situation (by offering free espionage services) and push the forces in Iraq toward another war; but it changed and disrupted MKO’s calculations and turned to the group’s hanging rope.

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