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People say that you can wake up the person who's asleep but you never can wake up someone that pretends to be sleep. For many years, some people try to wake Mr. Rajavi up since they think he is sleep; they sent letters for him, they dared to criticize him and they thought that Rajavi's colleagues don't let him hear the right voice otherwise Mr. Rajavi is a wise man. They talked to him of rotten opinions and rotten weapons in new century; they reminded him that dissidents should not be sent to prison and should not be whipped; they said that "why should we be mixed in Saddam's affairs?" they shouted that rules should not be broken; they asked "why obedience should substitute reason and mind? What kind of organization is this in which relations are drawn according to the rules of a cult? They said these words and their answer was pain, prison, torture and capital punishment… and Mr. Rajavi is still asleep! Can we believe that he's sleep? Absolutely not; if he knows the minimums (that I believe he knows them very well), he should not insist on hurry in the way but the story is something different. Mr. Rajavi pretends to be sleep in order not be waken up from his power dream. He dreams of power at nights and exercises with dictatorship as the only lesson he has been taught so that he can go to sleep easily at nights. He witnessed the fall of Saddam's dictatorship but he didn't want to learn that the age of hoodlums has ended. He changed his master in order to preserve the way of his dreams and in hope of reaching the zone of new hoodlum and to keep himself from the revenge of Iraqis. If he was previously criticized by a few people, now he is being criticized by world public opinion who ask him "what kind of organization is this in which the cost of your being sleep-stricken should be paid by some people by self-immolations or …? Why do you live by the others' blood? And … you have moved so that France calls your organization a cult which is alive by resorting to hysteric ways!" Mr. Rajavi, there's no doubt that even those who support you now will regret since sowing seeds in desert is useless. 2003-06-24

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