Iranian opposition (NCRI): the only alternative to the Mullahs regime
Nowadays news about international development on Iran is viewed on the whole by political observers as, against the mullahs regime and in favor of the people of Iran and the Iranian opposition (NCRI).
As Hassan Rouhani, the mullahs regime’s president has admitted this change of regime’s status quo has been launched since Iran’s nationwide uprising in more than 142 cities that started at the end of Dec. 2017 and continued throughout the winter of 2018, followed by everyday protests up until now.
The uprising which was first ignited by economic demands swiftly changed phase to the demand of regime change in its entirety and its replacement with a secular and democratic government.
But this rightful demand will not be achieved only by overthrowing the regime in Iran. To fulfill such demand Iranian people are in need of a force that would truly represent them and has the power to bring such a demand into reality. This potential is embedded in the Iranian opposition (NCRI), which guarantees a democratic future in Iran.
The Iranian opposition (NCRI): a political movement or a democratic alternative?
For many years, mullahs sought to convince the Iranian people that so-called “reformists” are the regime’s opposition as if “hawks pick out hawks’ eyes!” The Iranian opposition (NCRI) has been warning for years that “the game of hardliners versus reformists” is just at the service of the regime’s survival. And it was on January 2, 2018, that Tehran University students put an end to this game in practice chanting: “reformists, hardliners, the game is over!”
The Iranian people deny this regime in its entirety, thus its alternative should not be sought from within.
What should this alternative’s attributes be?
This alternative not only must have a specific program for Iran’s future but it should also have the power to overthrow this regime. This is exactly the distinction between Iran’s opposition, led by Mrs. Maryam Rajavi and the other forces that identify themselves as the opposition to this regime.
Maryam Rajavi; The symbol of Iranian opposition (NCRI):
Maryam Rajavi, was unanimously elected in 1993 as the president-elect of the Iranian Resistance by the members of the National Council of Resistance of Iran. She is considered the symbol of free Iran of tomorrow. her leadership is unmatched. Her leadership is not only admired by the members and supporters of this movement but it is also praised and acclaimed by the most prominent political and human rights figures in five continents:
Senator Ted Poe said about Mrs. Maryam Rajavi: “For many years, MEK has been in the forefront of calling out this despicable regime. Madam Rajavi, you are a hero to many, including my daughters and my granddaughters, and I have always been proud to stand with you.”
And Bill Richardson Former Governor of New Mexico said: “I want to tell you a lot of people ask, “Is there an alternative to the mullahs, to the dictatorship?” And the answer is, “Yes, it’s the resistance. It’s the MEK. It’s Mrs. Rajavi.”
Her name frightens the mullahs regime. Her messages and images are posted on the walls of the cities and distributed everywhere by the resistance units (MEK network inside the country).
MEK; the main force of the Iran opposition
The MEK is the largest and most organized opposition of the Iranian regime. The current state of the clerical regime, on the international stage, is a product of four decades of sustained disclosures and ongoing efforts by the Iranian resistance and the MEK network inside the country.
PMOI neutralized the atomic project of the mullahs regime by disclosing it in 2002. It revealed its violation of human rights which resulted in 65 condemnation of this regime at the United Nations. The exposure of the regime’s crimes by the MEK network inside the country resulted in Amnesty International naming this year as the “Shame year” for the regime.
It was the Iranian opposition who was the pioneer in disclosing mullahs regime’s terrorist acts, which are the threat to international peace and security, and alarmed the world for the last four decades about the appearance of this new danger.
Resistance units’ activities, a witness to the capability and the status quo of the Iranian Resistance
MEK is the pivotal force of the Iranian opposition. The fact that the clerical regime has executed 120,000 of its members and supporters, thirty thousand of them in just one summer (1988), for not defying their organization is proof enough. This key role is manifested today inside Iran by the members of the MEK Network (the resistance units). They lead the uprisings and give courage to others to express their demand of regime change in anti-regime slogans.
By writing slogans such as “down with Khamenei” and “down with dictator” on the walls of various Iranian cities, and by setting the icons of the mullahs regime ablaze, they have not only broken the atmosphere of oppression, but they have also frightened the regime’s authorities. While the highest authorities of the regime are ridiculously trying to represent the MEK as a small and weak group with no support inside Iran but there is not a day that they don’t complain and warn about resistance units’ activities:
On June 17, 2018, Ali akber Raefi pour -An Iranian regime’s political analyst said: “ Two of them (members of MEK network) among the protesters are enough to wage an uprising and the MEK has these two persons in each city.”
On Tuesday, August 28, 2018, the Baharestaneh site wrote: At the moment, the main factor in terms of December 2017 unrest (uprising)is its formation. They have created teams called resistance units that have the power to multiply and the potential of replacing leaders in the scene.
The activities of the resistance units promise the end of the theocratic dictatorship and the dawn of a free and prosperous Iran with Maryam Rajavi. The altenative that Maryam Rajavi describes it at the 2018 grand gathering of Iranian Resistance as such: