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This time, we saw a man called “Saeed Daryabani” who first introduced himself the representative of US congress, then said that he came from Pentagon and later he claimed to be a CIA agent. He said that he came to London from Washington to take part in the conference. This moron kept his mobile phone on during the press conference so that his masters could hear what was happening in the place.
“Saddam’s relations with International Terrorism” conference was held, by Iran-Interlink institution, in London’s Ambassador Hotel on November 10, 2005. For more information on the issue and the content of the conference, you can visit the institution’s website. But the presence of MKO members in this conference and their behavior forced me to write these lines. Mojahedin, as usual, showed their real nature. The cult itself guards its meetings with several of their watchmen; they never allow “others” to enter their meetings, but want to be present in all conferences and show their kind of democracy. The interesting point in Thursday’s conference was the new formation of Rajavi’s agents. To date, the MKO leaders used to send a number of mobs to enter the conferences, held by defectors, and disrupt the meetings. Some other stood outside the place and shouted slogans. This time, however, MKO brought a new agent. You can well remember that US security officials have repeatedly admitted using MKO agents in espionage activities in Iran during recent months; something that the MKO never denied. This time, we saw a man called “Saeed Daryabani” who first introduced himself the representative of US congress, then said that he came from Pentagon and later he claimed to be a CIA agent. He said that he came to London from Washington to take part in the conference. This moron kept his mobile phone on during the press conference so that his masters could hear what was happening in the place. His real face was exposed when he started insulting all participants, including BBC correspondent. He openly supported the MKO. At least behave yourself if you’re an agent, you moron! Another agent deployed to the conference by the MKO was a young girl. She was dressed in good clothes and had used make up but as she opened her mouth, nothing came out except rubbish. There was no doubt that Maryam Qajar Azdanlou herself had taught her the lessons of insolence and rudeness. Like Maryam, she was a symbol of dirt and filth. The MKO deployed its real representative. Indeed, I’m not able to describe this creature. I ask Iran-Interlink to publish her film and let the others see how this symbol of corruption speaks. The other phenomenon was a young (16-17 year old) boy who’d been given a camera to film the whole meeting. At the end of the meeting, he tried to disrupt the meeting. The only thing he said was that he had come back from the “region” three months ago. These 3 people continuously received orders from their masters. A woman called “Leila Jazayeri”, standing outside the room, received orders and used her mobile to forward them to her sheep in the conference room. Why such a big organization!!! is afraid of a few former members who have no foreign support? An organization calling itself an “Alternative” has been frightened by a small meeting in a western country. I believe this reaction bears good signs. Let the time pass and when the mask of democracy falls from the ugly face of this organization, the Iranians will judge themselves.

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