Justin Raimondo

  • Mujahedin Khalq; A proxy forceThe War Party never takes a holiday

    The War Party never takes a holiday

    That’s the same phrase used to describe yet another purloined laptop, this one supplied by the Mujahedin-e-Khalq, an Iranian terrorist group that, for years, has been feeding the War Party bogus "intelligence" about Tehran’s nonexistent nuclear weapons program. That tall tale was debunked in 2011…

  • Mujahedin Khalq; A proxy forceHillary’s Terrorists

    Hillary’s Terrorists

    The US government took charge of the MEK/MKO/PMOI facility, known as Camp Ashraf, and, although the Bush administration continued to characterize the group as a terrorist organization, President Bush cited Massoud’s cult as the source of “intelligence” on Iran’s alleged nuclear weapons program. Prominent neoconservatives…

  • Mujahedin Khalq; A proxy forceIsraeli Backed MEK terrorists and Washington War Party

    Israeli Backed MEK terrorists and Washington War Party

    Among the materials discovered were “signed, blank checks,” and the report states, “Confidential sources have reported to the FBI and that the NCRI and the PMOI use the signed, blank checks to pay their expenses and fund their activities.”From its Paris headquarters, where technical legal…

  • Mujahedin Khalq; A proxy forceThe Uses of Political Violence

    The Uses of Political Violence

    MEK has attacked US military and diplomatic personnel, and has been described by former members as a cult: ideologically, the MEK started out as a far leftist group, but like the neocons who have taken up its cause, has traveled to the other end of…

  • USAScooter Libby and World War III

    Scooter Libby and World War III

    The big problem with this approach, however, is that it fails to understand the dynamics of our continued presence in Iraq. In testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee given on Feb. 1, Zbigniew Brzezinski, the hawkish former national security adviser to Jimmy Carter, made…

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