As the co-chair of the Friends of a Free Iran Intergroup of the European Parliament, Struan Stevenson along with his colleagues have discovered that the terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO/PMOI/MEK) backs exactly the same objectives of restoration of democracy, rule of law, human rights, women’s rights, and the abolition of the death penalty and nuclear weapons in Iran. How they have come to such a glorious conclusion requires a discussion of its own.
But one thing is for certain and that they endorse the group is fighting a war, or carrying out terrorist attacks depending how they might view it, against Iran’s regime to bring it down. Does it really have anything to do with the goals they seek to accomplish for Iranian people? Furthermore, who has appointed them as the advocates of another nation to befriend the enemies of that nation?
Mr. Stevenson broadly boasts that his meetings with Maryam Rajavi, the self-elected leader of a cult of personality, has been a success but criticizes press articles that accuse him and his colleagues of being "friends of terrorists". What should really people call those who are in accomplice with globally proscribed terrorists? Not only people like Struan Stevenson are interfering in the internal affairs of another country which is in absolute contradiction to principles of democracy, but also exploiting terrorists as tools in a variety of ways for political interests. Here is Mr. Stevenson’s approbation of utilizing MKO as spy agents to collect intelligence against Iran:
I recently received detailed information from the Transatlantic Institute proving that major European companies are working with the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) inside Iran. I then asked the PMOI to verify this information from their sources within Iran.
Last week they delivered the answer; a major Italian company is supplying dual-use equipment, while a leading German company is supplying a mass of sophisticated tunnelling machinery. Pictures given to me clearly show the emblems of IRGC, which is on the US list of nuclear proliferators, above the tunnels.
Based on Struan Stevenson’s The west stands in the way of a democratic Iran released by THE HERALED.