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All MKO members and supporters should think that is the critical situation inside Iran a 24-year process that has stopped at the threshold of falling (something that the MKO has repeated during past years) or is it something else that Rajavi's gang don't want to reveal? MKO's propaganda system frequently cites analysis and comments that, according to the MKO itself, have always been taken from Iran's own media and press! Isn't this enough to understand that the reality is different from what the MKO tries to convince?
The situation of past 3 years (after the fall of Saddam Hussein) provided a real tough scene for the MKO to use all their abilities and guarantee their survival. This test became tough since before the ouster of Saddam, MKO leader relied wholly on him and his gifts and privileges to pursue his goals. For instance, when the MKO was put on US terror list in 1997 or on EU terror list in 2001, the MKO leadership never called it "the major obstacle of MKO's survival" and never asked Western countries desperately to life their feet from the neck of that group! They were never challenged by the issue of their presence in Iraq; they were a part of Saddam Hussein's regime and Iraqi people had to stand their presence due to their fear from Saddam's suppression. Conducting terrorist operations, which they used to do during Saddam era by crossing the borders and then stupidly attributing these operations to their imaginary headquarters inside the country, is now impossible. Anyway, when the gang of Rajavi was separated from Saddam's rewards due to the events in Iraq, they were forced to come to the scene with all they had; they entered a testing field to find a way for survival. Now, three years on, the results of this test have been published for all those who follow this group's affairs. More importantly, these results can be analyzed by this group's supporters and those who believe in this group (if they're not going to deceive themselves). During past three years, the notorious terrorist group of MKO showed that: 1. It has not the ability to influence Iran's internal affairs; the only hope for this group is the changes the Superpowers are going to make in the region. 2. It lacks the ability to influence the policies of other countries towards Iran. Moreover, it has a high invalidity rate. This fact can be seen clearly in the negative answer of Western politicians to the supporters of this group; despite all efforts, they eventually appeared on the terror list again. 3. It's propagandistic methods in different issues were too invalid to either deceive anyone or to help the group's survival. The best proofs for this are the issues like Iran's nuclear program, claims on Iran's interference in Iraq and spreading rumors on Iranian President's remarks; none of these efforts were fruitful. 4. The most important of all is the inversion of MKO's views and analyses on Iran's domestic and foreign affairs; analyses that could be injected to their group by relying on Baathists' ideologies, which finally led the group to this miserable situation. At the top of its analyses, MKO tries to attribute its critical situation to the government of Iran. All MKO members and supporters should think that is the critical situation inside Iran a 24-year process that has stopped at the threshold of falling (something that the MKO has repeated during past years) or is it something else that Rajavi's gang don't want to reveal? MKO's propaganda system frequently cites analysis and comments that, according to the MKO itself, have always been taken from Iran's own media and press! Isn't this enough to understand that the reality is different from what the MKO tries to convince? The terrorist MKO has not have leader for past 3 years and its efforts –without any advances- have been forced on solving its own problems; now, is it logical to think that the Iranian government is at the threshold of falling but the MKO is not? Unfortunately, it should be said that many MKO members and supporters, entangled in the MKO's propagandistic whirlpool, have lost the chance to see the realities outside. However, the results of this group's activities during past thee years can be a real criteria for assessing its abilities and its gradual destruction.

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