Liam Fox, former Secretary of State for International Trade of Britain and a member of the Conservative Party, is one of the paid lobbyists of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (the MEK/ PMOI) who frequently advocates for the terrorist cult as an alternative for the Iranian government. Let’s take a look at his background.
According to his comrades, Fox hardly ever attends the parliament sessions and even if he is present, very few representatives are willing to sit by his side. Last month, the Guardian published a revealing report about Fox and his carrier as a parliament member including the lefty fees he is paid for lobbying.
The report reveals:
“Fox is separately paid £10,000 every six months as a retainer by WorldPR, a company based in Panama, despite working no hours for them to date. WorldPR’s clients have previously included the late Chilean dictator Augustus Augusto Pinochet, a team of lawyers working for the Libyan government to secure the release of the Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset al-Megrahi, and the Kazakh and Azerbaijani governments.”
According to the information received by Nejat Society, WorldPR or World Public Relations is the very company used by the MEK to pay Liam Fox. The speaking fees were previously settled in the bank accounts of the group lobbies via the group’s front organizations in the United States but today WorldPR does all the works for Maryam Rajavi including the expenses of the group’s guests in Albania. The same firm is paid by Israeli and Saudi companies in tax haven countries such as Albania and Azerbaijan.