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But what has been particularly attractive for the MKO in the plan is its censored part where the US president is advised to "order American forces to kill Shiites and Iranians who come to Iraq"!!
MKO's websites have quoted some parts of Rumsfeld's secret memo (on how to control the situation in Iraq) from New York Times. According to the MKO, in his plan, Donald Rumsfeld (introduced as the sponsor and also victim of wrong policies of Bush administration in Iraq) has stressed the "need to concentrate US forces along the Iranian and Syrian borders in order to prevent the terrorist interferences". The plan also suggests "providing financial aids for political and religious leaders of Iraq in order to encourage their cooperation with Americans"! The first part of the plan, directly tied to the failed dreams of Israelis and Neocons, is to take the fire of war towards Iran and Syria since the Neocons believe that by conquering these two countries, a Middle East desirable for Israel can be formed. This plan, once a source of great hope for remnants of Rajavi, was never executed and there's no doubt that even if Neocons could have found a chance to do it, it would have been futile. The second part of the plan, quoted proudly by the treacherous gang of Rajavi, is to buy puppets in the region in order to advance colonialist policies; people of the region and the world have suffered from this policy and the existence of puppets for years. But what has been particularly attractive for the MKO in the plan is its censored part where the US president is advised to "order American forces to kill Shiites and Iranians who come to Iraq"!! Anyway, MKO's eager for anti-human plans and policies is for the time being nothing but failed dream. MKO's dreams for survival are disappearing with the resistance of Iraqis and their support for their government. The whole issue proves that the cult of Rajavi can't live without treacherous acts.

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