As the Iranian marxist cult M.E.K. is now, with the help of the U.S., committing terrorist attacks against civilians in Iran it will no likely be taken off the official U.S. list of groups committing terrorist attacks against civilians.

The Obama administration is not the first to show such hypocrisy.

The Bush administration first claimed that the groups presence in Iraq as proof that Saddam Hussein supported terrorist organizations:

Iraq shelters terrorist groups including the Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO), which has used terrorist violence against Iran and in the 1970s was responsible for killing several U.S. military personnel and U.S. civilians.

Then, switching into Saddam Hussein’s role, it trained and used the group for terror attacks against Iran:

The M.E.K.’s ties with Western intelligence deepened after the fall of the Iraqi regime in 2003, and JSOC began operating inside Iran in an effort to substantiate the Bush Administration’s fears that Iran was building the bomb at one or more secret underground locations. Funds were covertly passed to a number of dissident organizations, for intelligence collection and, ultimately, for anti-regime terrorist activities. Directly, or indirectly, the M.E.K. ended up with resources like arms and intelligence. Some American-supported covert operations continue in Iran today, according to past and present intelligence officials and military consultants.

My assumption is that the delisting is announced now to sabotage the upcoming nuclear talks with Iran. The U.S. has no interest in solving the nuclear issue or in peace with Iran. It wants Iran under its control and that necessitates regime change.

Just like the use of Jihadists against the Libyan and Syrian government the use of the M.E.K. against Iran again proves that the war on terror the U.S. is allegedly waging is indeed a warof terror against whomever disagrees with it.



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