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The US War of Terror

Soraya Sepahpour, an independent Iranian researcher, in her recently published article, A War to Spread Terror, published in opednews.com states that America in its pursuit of global hegemony bears an eerie resemblance to the building of empires in the past. To expand its international dominance and imperialist ambitions, the White House and their neo-con cohorts by declaring ‘a war of terror’ pave the way so they may wipe out whoever stands in the way.

On way to advance imperialist ambitions is having the dissidents and terrorist groups on the payroll. The American’s favorite terrorist group to be used against Iran is Mojahedin-e Khaleg (MEK), aka. MKO, PMOI, NCRI, and cult of Mojahedin. Expounding on MEK and its manipulation by the Bush Administration, Sepahpour says:

In its “war on terror”, this Administration has co-opted terrorists, the Mojahadeen-e Khaleg (MEK). While the American soldiers in Iraq chauffer them around, they are being used to plant seeds of unrest in Iran in order to bring about a regime change.

This group is highly endorsed by neo-conservatives Raymond Tanter, Daniel Pipes and Patrick Clawson of Washington Institute for Near East Policy who praised them as U.S. allies. (Clawson had on one occasion recommended sabotaging the Iranian nuclear plants regardless of the death toll, C-Span, Woodrow Wilson Center 2005).

While the Patriot Act is robbing our freedoms under the myth of protecting us from terrorists, terrorists are being hired by our government to wage war on a sovereign nation. In a report prepared on March 15, 2005 by ‘Center for Policing Terrorism’, the terrorist acts of this group, including but not limited to the killing of Americans, their involvement in the 1979 American Embassy takeover and subsequent hostage crisis, the bombing of 11 Iranian embassies around the globe, and other involvements has been described. Yet this Administration, in his ‘war on terror’, would like these terrorists to be his foot soldiers and to sabotage the regime in Iran, the alleged state sponsor of terrorists.

Having lost their faith in the MEK foot soldiers, or perhaps prompted by impatience, they decided to diversify. Mr. Cheney decided to visit Pakistan and solicit more terrorists in order to cause mayhem in Iran, tear her apart, and separate her children. Pakistani government sources say the secret campaign against Iran by Jundullah was on the agenda when Vice President Dick Cheney met with Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf in February. It seems that the U.S. government has secretly encouraged, advised, and paid for a series of deadly guerrilla raids inside Iran since 2005.


mojahedin.ws –  14/04/2007


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