view
The gang of Rajavi could gather only 35 supporters in Geneva, 12 in Munich and 17 in London to show the support for its policies; this indicates that the gang of Rajavi is bankrupt. Decrease in the number of forces and those who used to take part in MKO gatherings can have 3 reasons.
In an unprecedented way, the MKO's stupid propaganda system is reflecting how its supporters and members in gatherings have decreased. The gang of Rajavi could gather only 35 supporters in Geneva, 12 in Munich and 17 in London to show the support for its policies; this indicates that the gang of Rajavi is bankrupt. Decrease in the number of forces and those who used to take part in MKO gatherings can have 3 reasons: 1. After Maryam Rajavi escaped and Massoud surrendered himself, and when the members were left alone and Saddam was toppled, many of MKO members are discourage and disappointed of MKO's policies. 2. MKO's shortage of budget, formerly provided in large amounts by Saddam Hussein, has deprived the motivation from many of their supporters. That's why the MKO insists on execution of the ruling of the First Instance Court (to compensate the shortage of money). 3. It seems that there have been some measures taken to limit MKO's access to refugee camps. Formerly, they could easily get to the camps and get supporting forces. Anyway, what the MKO is now boasting as "assemblies and gatherings" can be interpreted as a political scandal, showing that the group is collapsing and dismantling.

New Articles

The Cult of Rajavi and the Obsession of Trump Support

With Trump’s apparent determination to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal, the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO/MEK/PMOI/ the Cult of Rajavi) has just found more room to move around the US...

Female victims of terrorism offer recommendations at UNHRC

The women victims of terrorism called for strengthening international cooperation to reduce the problems of women affected by terrorism in the world in the 36th session of the UN Human...

Who Is “Republicans’ favorite Democrat”?

Joseph Lieberman, long regarded as the “Republicans’ favorite Democrat” because of his militarist foreign affairs agenda and support for a number of right-wing domestic policies, represented Connecticut initially as a...

Former MEK members petition the UNHCR in Albania

Some nearly 70 former members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization yesterday approached the UNHCR in Albania (RAMSA) with a petition signed by all of them demanding their rights.

MEK rightfully named father of ISIS

Representing families of Iranian victims of terrorism, Habilian Association organized a conference themed “Iran victim of terrorism; From MEK to ISIS” on the occasion of national day of combating terrorism...

Most viewed

Iran and the Holy Warrior Trap

Is the West about to make the same mistake with Iran that it made with Afghanistan when it backed the Sunni mujahedin against the Soviet invaders? The Soviets ultimately were...

The MKO, the essence of North Korea

The tensions between North Korea and the United States have escalated in the past days. The United States is preparing for all options, including a “preemptive war,” to stop North...

Iranian film sheds new light on security services

 The Iranian film "Midday Adventures," directed by Mohammad Hossein Mahdavian, begins in Tehran on June 19, 1981, 26 months after the Islamic Revolution and nine months after the outbreak of...

We Hate Mojahedin-e Khalq: SNS Respond to a Conference of the Iranian Opposition

Dr. Raz Zimmt investigates Iranian social media responses to the annual conference of Mojahedin-e Khalq, an Iranian opposition group whose support for Iraq during the Iran-Iraq War remains a searing...

The Trump administration wants regime change in Iran. But regime change usually doesn’t work

President Trump is no fan of Iran. As a candidate, he had promised to tear up the Iran Nuclear Agreement. Having been frustrated in his attempts to do that —...