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۱۳۹۴ تیر ۹, سه‌شنبه

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Iran’s Opposition

Leader:

Iranian Nuclear Threat


 Faced by

 “Very Lenient” West

http://eubulletin.com/4691-irans-opposition-
leader-iranian-nuclear-threat-
faced-by-very
-lenient-west.html#Written by  
| Saturday, June 27th, 2015




nuclear-threat

EUBULLETIN talked in an exclusive interview with Mr Perviz S. Khazai, who is 
currently
 one of the leaders of National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI). The NCRI,
 which was founded in France in 1981, is one of the two parliaments in exile of the
“Iranian Resistance”,
and also a political umbrella organization of five Iranian opposition political
organizations,
 the largest organization being the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (MEK).
EUBULLETIN: The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), of which
you are a representative, aims to establish a democratic, secular and coalition
 government in Iran.
How would you describe the progress towards this ambitious goal?
Khazai: The most basic thing is to have big will power. There are nations that 
managed to
get rid of Nazism or dictatorship before – like Poland or Czechoslovakia –
which have a
 long record of fighting against the dictators, regime, and the system. Iran
 is a very old
country, one of the first layers of civilizations. The Cyrus Cylinder – the 
oldest known
declaration of human rights – originated in today’s Iran and was written in 
the 6th century
BC by Cyrus the Great.
Over 100 years, we have struggled for freedom. The first serious attempt to
install freedom
 was in 1905-1907 when the king was forced to accept constitutional monarchy
(the Persian Constitutional Revolution) and the second attempt followed later 
during the 1953 Iranian
 coup d’état. Both attempts failed. In the Cold War period, Teheran was 
mostly in hands
 of pro-Moscow rulers. Iran was a de facto pro-Moscow satellite – 
Iranistan – one-party
system.
EUBULLETIN: And then the infamous revolution of 1979 came.
Khazai: Yes, in 1979, the revolution started – the most expendable revolution. 
I was a
 young diplomat then, I joined the revolution because it began as a democratic
revolution,
 not an Islamist one, but the clergy, lack of institutions and prevalence of 
extremists were
there too with their money, and power trying to hijack the ideals. It began as a
 good revolution
 – all people of Iran together – the Muslims, Christians, Jews – but it was all 
hijacked by
 Khomeini to create the Shia Khaliphate. After the revolution, there was 
democracy for
only 15 months. I soon realized that Khomeini was ready to establish Nazism.
The NCRI is a 600-member strong organization where about 90 percent of 
leadership are
women. We believe that the liberalization of women means the liberalization 
of the entire
nation and we have many activities such as non-stop satellite TV reporting 
news, many
activities in the Parliament, we organize rallies which are attended by many
VIPs, American congressmen and presidential candidates.
EUBULLETIN: Before the continuation of nuclear talks between the Western 
powers
and the Iranian regime, you warned of “illusions”. Does this effectively mean
 that you
 are on the side of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and a few 
Republican hawks
 in the U.S. Congress?
Khazai: The NCRI has rendered one of the biggest services to humanity by 
revealing to
 the world that the regime is constructing an atomic bomb. The regime is basically 
sustained
by two pillars – exporting extremism in the region and making of an atomic bomb
. These
are its two raisons d’être. An atomic bomb is a guarantee for the existence of the
 regime.
It is the same scenario as in North Korea, which is a very peculiar country. The 
only tool to
survive is to make the bomb. The Iranian regime has been hiding it from the
world for
18
years, secretly taking help from Soviet scientists. In 2002 when we presented 
evidence that
 the regime had been trying to construct an atomic bomb, the whole world was 
awaken. We
are very happy we said it to the world.
You know, Hitler was also trying to build an atomic bomb, in Norway, and had he 
managed
 to do it before Oppenheimer, our world would be different today. But the Iranian
 regime
is still proceeding to make a bomb underground. They are cheating the West as
 the West
shows its indecisiveness. The Obama administration is very lenient and Iran 
sees it as a
weakness, they have the courage to proceed, they are playing with the West.
EUBULLETIN: You seem to be genuinely sceptical of any kind of deal that will 
come out
as a result of the negotiations between the so-called P5+1 – the U.S., UK,
 France, China
and Russia plus Germany – and Iran.
Khazai: The new deal is saying that the West must be constantly checking 
whether the
 regime is abiding but the regime has hidden sites inside military zones. Pasdaran
(Note: the Revolutionary Guards intended to protect the country’s Islamic system),
 something like the
SS army, is protecting atomic plants inside military installations. It is not done
 by a regular
army but by this specialized SS-like branch of Iran’s Armed Forces. The regime 
can hide
these plants and it will never agree that these places are checked by international 
observers
 as well.
We share agony of all the people who are against the regime. The regime has
 demolished
 Iran and cannot be trusted. It is cheating Iranians themselves and lying about
 the bomb.
They think that the North Korea-like scenario is the only continuation of their
 rule. In Iran,
 80
percent of the people are poor, they do not get salaries. The regime needs an
 external crisis. Remember what Orwell wrote in his 1984 – the big brother needs
 a foreign enemy. They
need an atomic bomb.
In Hiroshima, atomic bombs were heavy but today you can make an atomic
 bomb that is a
 size of a Coca Cola bottle. You can carry it in a briefcase. They have no 
hesitation, they
could come to the city of London, New York and … This is not a pessimist 
scenario just
 some naïve people think this could  not happen 

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