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MKO's harsh responses to the travel of former Iranian president to the UK can be viewed from another angle: the more reality becomes clear, the more the MKO becomes discredited; this is something the MKO believes Mr. Khatami has a share in.
The comments of Blair and Australian officials on asking the US to hold direct talks with Iran, besides US's decision to change its policies in Iraq, has been a big blow the disappointed gang of Rajavi that hoped a war would begin against Iran. While the gang of Rajavi was stupidly hopeful about the referral of Iran's nuclear case to the UN Security Council, the recent events have shocked them so that they don't know how to deal with the promises they made for their members on the consequences for Iran (after being referred to UN Security Council). Therefore, the stupid officials of MKO, in charge of propagandistic activities), have decided to convince their members that the US is not going to change its policies in Iraq! On the other hand, MKO tries to take advantage of the travel of former Iranian president to the UK. By ruining the picture of Mr. Khatami, the MKO wants to the decrease the influences of his trip. These efforts show that the group actually has no influence on Iran's political issues. The developments in recent months, particularly the events on Iran following the US mid-term elections, prove that the policies of warmongers have all failed and that Iran is not ignorable. MKO has understood this fact, but it tries to deny it since there's no options left for the group. MKO's harsh responses to the travel of former Iranian president to the UK can be viewed from another angle: the more reality becomes clear, the more the MKO becomes discredited; this is something the MKO believes Mr. Khatami has a share in. By the way, what can't be denied is that the strong effects of recent developments, that have deprived the MKO from chances of taking advantage, has convinced the MKO that they are getting closer to the end of their gang.

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