Iran regime, itself, introduces the real alternative
Iran is a land rooted in the depths of civilization and human culture, bringer of freedom and initiator of the first Charter of human rights. It is a country rich in national and natural resources but due to the ruling by corrupt mullahs and because of the misgoverning, repressive policies against the mass’s interests, as well as in the wake of corruption and vast plundering by the various state-back gangs, is now immersed in such a poverty and numerous social and economic problems, which any kind of reformations are discounted and the unique solution is the overthrow of the integrity of this medieval regime.
Nowadays, the oppressed people of Iran, ruled by a clerical regime, are living under such dire economic conditions that beyond selling their body organs for affording the least of livelihood, selling babies, addiction, homelessness, and scavenging, have become very familiar images in the daily lives of the majority population of Iranians.
In such circumstances, Caught in the domestic and international crises, the Mullahs are struggling to secure their regime from toppling by hindering the advances of the democratic alternative, the National Council of Resistance of Iran. In this regards, the clerical regime is doing its utmost to use international allies, mercenaries, and lobbies who have been paid for these days by demonizing the legitimate resistance movement. Finally, on the brink of collapse and overthrow, while all other means fail, in desperation, Mullahs resort to terrorism, as their intrinsic style, on the European soil.
But the question is why the regime is willing to pay such a high price for a terror attack in Europe. The timing of the designed plot to bomb the peaceful Free Iran Gathering, with attendance of an immense number of the prominent international figures, was coincided with the regime president’s visit to European countries to gain support for saving the nuclear agreement which is very serious for the mullahs. At least at this particular point, the regime’s officials were expected to show moderate and pacifist behavers. While an official figure, enjoying diplomatic immunity, is assigned to design, coordinate and even, personally, present at the crime scene to deliver the explosive and detonator. The only conclusion is that there has been a good reason to justify taking the risk of international scandal for the terror attack. Indeed the peril of the activities of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, as the unique democratic alternative, is greater than any other threat to the existence of clerical regime ruling Iran.
The NCRI and its core organization (PMOI/ MEK) represent a potent and unified democratic alternative for a free Iran. This alternative has always been the main force and the most serious opposition against the fundamentalist regime ruling Iran. Over the past four decades, the NCRI has paid the highest price for rejecting and foiling the devastating policies of the clerical regime. The domestic and regional overwhelming policies of the regime included, oppression inside Iran and heinous violation of human rights, foreign expansionism policy, which was set out by the eight-year war with Iraq, then meddling in the internal affairs of the Middle East countries, led to crimes and bloodshed in Syria, Yemen, Iraq, and other counties. And all these warmongering behaviors were accomplished with nuclear and missile clandestine programs to gain the mass destructive weapons. To hinder the clerical regime, the Iranian resistance has always been engaged in bloody fights in lots of fields, against all the regime’s oppressor forces, including the Revolutionary Guards Corps and its subordinate groups such as Qods Force, Basij militias, the Ministry of Intelligence and Police. And the conflicts has nonstop gone on in the cyberspace to nullify propaganda of the clerical regime to demonize the alternative that aimed at paving the ground for terror plans and to downplay the role of the Iranian resistance in Iran events. To run such a glorious confrontation against a medieval theocratic regime, the Iranian resistance has presented more than 120.000 martyrs and hundreds of thousands tortured captives in the regime’s prisons.
In the aftermath of such a struggle, holding the magnificent “Free Iran Grand Gathering, The Alternative” at Villepinte, Paris, coincided with the continuing popular uprisings in the cities of Iran, have pushed the regime to its weakest and most fragile domestic, regional and international status.
By the foiled terror plan, the Mullahs’ regime looked-for finding a way out of crises by a fatal blow to its main rival, but unwillingly gave the address of the democratic alternative to its regime and highlighted the significant role of the NCRI in the coming process of regime change in Iran.
The wind of change is blowing in Iran. Iranian people, eager for freedom, peace, a sound environment, gender equality, separation of religion and state, are chanting anti-government slogans on the streets, and alongside with their democratic alternative are going to uproot the clerical regime from Iran.