Reported by the Danish newspaper Berlingske Tidende, 25 thousand letters by Danish citizens have been addressed to Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Danish Prime Minister, calling for removal of the proscribed Mojahedin-e Khalq Organizaton (MKO) from the EU terror list. Although many might be misled by the exaggerated five digit-number of supporters in a Nordic country, those familiar with the propaganda tricks of the group have no doubt that it is typical of MKO as unbeaten master of masterminding a propaganda blitz.
It is so easy a task to hire people to compose letters in the same way people are paid to chant slogans in MKO’s orchestrated protesting rallies in different European countries. The group’s earnestness to buy supporters are aimed to advance claims that the EU court of Justice has ruled that MKO listing must be annulled but the European Council of Ministers refuses to comply with the court’s ruling.
The court never ruled to remove MKO from the EU terror list but to unfreeze its assets and be granted a fair chance to defend itself against terrorist charges. The EU complied and gave MKO time to present justifiable evidences but the group failed to spare defensible documents and instead got engaged in demagogic moves under the cloud of propaganda.
mojahedin.ws – 19/06/2007