In today world where the extremist terrorist thoughts are on the rise, the educated idealist man has no way except designing a spiritual direction to achieve a peaceful democratic society, analyzing all aspects of violence and its internal layers which finally ends with darkness and destruction.
The contradiction aspect of Rajavi’s terror-minded totalitarian ideology is so obvious that one can not ignore the contradiction simply. Here “The Liberal Thought” can discover the contradictions among the concepts used in Rajavi’s cult.
The condition ruling Ashraf Camp is considered as the tangible incarnation of Rajavi’s Fascist theory where a part of members suffer lack of thinking and another part revolt against closed totalitarian and solid rules of Camp Ashraf.
Under the order of a mentally sick leader, MKO’s internal relations have been designed in a way that the members are kept far from their own thoughts and have become like figures of a man without feelings and understanding.
In Rajavi’s dictatorial system, “Individuality” and “Morality” of members are not only denied but also invalided. The member doesn’t feel himself as a human being since he sees and feels everything according to the systematic indoctrinations imposed on him. The organization and on the first place the ideological leader thinks and decides instead of the members.
The contradiction exists here: The condition is directed to totalitarism and individuality denial but the innovation, free choice and will, resist against it.
According to the testimonies of the defectors of MKO, Camp Ashraf is an isolated place in the modern world and the members of Ashraf are captured in their psychological complexes that are the result of the despotic tendency of the organization.
An investigation on the internal world of MKO cult definitely shows that the group has stepped in the extremist approaches in which the organizational members must obey the leaders’ instructions for their life. To prove their devotion, the members deny their individuality what is called by the cult as the “unique devotion”.
It seems that the impossibility of expressing the most natural feelings and emotions of the residents of Camp Ashraf and its extended influence deep in the internal layers of their minds can be the subject of a psychological research to learn more about the threats of the destructive cult of Rajavi.
“Animal Farm is a classic work by George Orwell and a noted piece of literature and one of the most famous satirical allegories, which, of course, may help the reader to catapult the imagination beyond the horizons of dogmatic adherence to idealistic or Utopian thoughts. It however, represents human characteristics in an analogy of animal instincts, but it really gives insight into the Russian Revolution of 1917. Published in 1945, the book reflects events leading up to and during the Stalin era before World War II. It also mimics the doomsday of a precipitated change, brought by a modicum of bureaucratic class called as Bolsheviks.”