- Posted April 4, 2012 by
- Mouloud Aounit, honorary MRAP chairman and friend of Ashraf residents, passed away
- Prominent Shiite clerics in Lebanon call on all Shiites to support Syrian revolution
- Catastrophic quake in NW Iran; mullahs covering up widespread proportions of casualties and destruction
- Iraqi government prevents burial of corpses of three residents of Ashraf and Liberty
- At least 14 of Iranian regime elements arrested in Syria are senior IRGC commanders
When Right Prevails in US, It Will Prevail in Iran
State Department Foot-dragging to Delist MEK Is Unlawful
Charles Montesquieu once said: “There is no crueler tyranny than that which is perpetrated under the shield of law and in the name of justice.”
In the case of the US State department and Obama Administration, this extraordinary simple quotation has become an inverted ideology.
“Rights” founded by Americas forefathers are deliberately neglected because of delusional overestimation of the Iranian cleric’s threat prompted by pro-Iranian pundits.
The first “Right” in the American Revolution was the right to fight for Independence and democracy. No one was tagged as terrorist and no group was enchained, demonised or terrorized for fighting for “democracy." On the contrary, it was an eternal obligation towards humanitarian rights not to refuse help, if given the chance to fight alongside those who strived for these Rights.
Resistance movements have shared a major concept throughout history; the need to be free and chose a Democracy. This becomes an existential need, when there is a blood-stained theocracy unbridled and in a clash with humanity.
The story of the Iranian resistance is the anatomy for “righteousness versus wickedness."
This confrontation has existed throughout the history of mankind in all its forms. From Noah to Abraham and to Christ; the echo for freedom has been handed generation to generation. Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther king, Gandhi, Che Guevara, President Allende of Chile and many more followed the same righteous footsteps for “Freedom."
Righteousness has a legal sense; while the guilty are judged, the guiltless are deemed righteous.
The concept of “Rights” structure the form of governments, the content of laws, and the shape of morality as it is currently perceived. Rights are legal, social, or ethical principles of freedom and compose pillars of society and culture, of a civilization.
Universal Rights which apply to all people irrespective of their society or background can never be superseded by legal rights because they are inhere and cannot be taken away.
The right to life which a “resistance movement” strives to protect is the bridge between integrity and corruption for every individual regardless of background.
“In law a man is guilty when he violates the rights of others. In ethics he is guilty if he only thinks of doing so”
The concept of “innocent before proven guilty” has long been buried in the grounds of immorality that prevail in current smear campaigns waged by Washington against Tehran’s main opposition; MEK.
MEK serves as the litmus test for all. It is the “bridge” and a passageway through which one can swiftly transcend from integrity to corruption.
Regime change is the core argument against the MEK. The bashing and hideous fouling campaigns all aim to pacify this resistance movement.
The landmark for all those claiming for “rights” and “peace” is: Are you with the MEK or the with the Mullahs?
The processions of political decisions taken to keep the main pro-democracy movement of Iran (MEK) prove it to be highly politicised than legal;
-Secretary Rice made the decision at the end of the Bush administration to keep the PMOI on the list, in the hope that the incoming administration would be able to have negotiations with the ayatollahs. This policy has failed up to date.
- Secretary Clinton said just a few weeks ago that the MEK’s handling of the transfer of the residents of Camp Ashraf to Camp Liberty would affect the State Department’s decision on the listing on the foreign terrorist organization list.
- For years, MEK families and affiliates have been persecuted, tortures and killed by the pretext provided for the mullahs in Iran through the US black list.
- The fatal slip in policy by the US administration has resulted in providing the ayatollahs ample time to build their terrorist networks; enhance the nuclear arsenal; engage in repugnant human