For decades, the people of Iran and the Middle East have been enduring challenging and violent days due to the terrifying agenda of an extremist regime that only survives and thrives on exporting crises abroad. Today, while world leaders are struggling to blame or not to blame the terrorist regime occupying Tehran, the consequences of the mullahs’ terrorism are reaching their own capitals.
In a conference on December 13, 2004, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran Mrs. Maryam Rajavi warned, “The regional terrorism threat posed by the regime in Iran is a hundred times greater than the threat of the mullahs’ atomic bomb.”
Now, two decades and countless regional conflicts with hundreds of thousands of casualties later, these words resonate with an ever-troubling truth.
In 2003, exploiting a complex conspiracy involving misinformation and deceptive geopolitics, the regime managed to drag the world’s largest military to remove its arch-enemy in Iraq and positioned its own militias in that country. Subsequently, Iraq turned into a launching pad for the entire Middle East and the formation of what the regime has described as “the Shia Crescent,” an array of terrorist groups in the region that take their orders from Tehran.
Even though the NCRI exposed the regime’s clandestine nuclear weapons program in 2001, the latter became a tool for the regime to leverage the West into suppressing the Iranian Resistance and disregard hundreds of accounts of exposure of the regime’s nuclear, terrorism and regional ambitions as well as human rights violations.
Despite the NCRI revealing the regime’s lobbies, agents, and so-called “Iranian experts” instrumental in orchestrating deceptive operations and misleading Western intelligence and political centers, these warnings were disregarded.
In light of Western appeasement policy vis-à-vis the regime, nuclear extortion and terrorism were interpreted by the “Iranian experts” as “diplomacy” and Iranian terrorists who served designated entities became the regime’s point of contact to talk to the world.
Nevertheless, possessing a vast network at home and an efficient political arm on the international stage, the Iranian Resistance has outlived numerous massacres by the regime and weathered Western-engineered operations meant to annihilate them, emerging even stronger.
The world can still turn the tide by stopping to hope for the terrorist regime to change itself and stop obstructing the very force that can change the regime.
By failing to perceive the truth about Iran, the regime, and the Resistance, the world merely postpones the inevitable while prolonging human suffering to immeasurable dimensions. If there’s one indelible lesson to be drawn from the annals of World War II, it’s that fanatic dictators must be met with appeasement NEVER AGAIN.
Source » ncr-iran