MEK Iran: Nationwide Boycott
The battle between the Iranian people and the regime is intensifying in the days after Iran’s sham presidential election. Nonetheless, the regime’s defenders try to downplay the widespread movement that boycotted the election.
Khamenei could not stand even the slight opposition
At the instruction of the regime’s Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, the Guardian Council dismissed all but seven candidates. Khamenei could not stand even the slight opposition; therefore, he barred his closest advisers, including Ali Larijani, from competing for president.
Nonetheless, the disqualifications and Khamenei’s determination to centralize power in his regime, have resulted in the Iranian people expressing their desire to boycott the regime’s election charade.
Iranian people saying “my vote is regime change,”
Videos from Iran show people, primarily family members of government victims, saying “my vote is regime change,” as regime apologists try to minimize the cause. They attempt to demonstrate that the absence of so-called “reformists” is the reason for the largest nationwide boycott.
There is no difference among the regime’s factions, and they are all attempting to protect the system by encouraging people to vote in the election.
“In a video, the head of Iran’s Reformist Front invited people to vote in the presidential election,” stated the state-run Mostaghel daily on June 15, 2021.
The so-called reformists can no longer deceive the public
The so-called reformists understand that they can no longer deceive the public. As a result, they have revealed their true colors and promised allegiance to Khamenei’s favored candidate, Ebrahim Raisi, in order to ‘save’ the theocratic dictatorship’s rule.
“Because the reformists recognized the end of an era in Iranian history, they pledged allegiance out of necessity. They have given up hope for the future and the path of reformism,” Mostaghel admitted on a daily basis that reformists had failed to deceive the public.
The so-called reformists keep the dictatorship in place
“Behzad Nabavi, a reformist party official, has also urged people to vote in the election to ‘save’ Iran,” said the state-run Arman daily on June 15.
As a result, those who propagate the fiction of Iranian moderation and reformism are not assisting the Iranian people. They are attempting to keep the dictatorship in place.
Apologists for the dictatorship attempt to propagate the erroneous perception that the real conflict is between reformists and hardliners. The actual conflict, however, is between the Iranian people and their organized opposition to the fundamentalists’ dictatorship.
Iranian people’s demand is regime change
State media and leaders from the so-called reformist faction admit to misleading the public. Their purpose is to deceive the international community and keep it from supporting the Iranian people’s demand for a regime change.
Those in the West who advocate for reforming the terrorist regime would soon forge an alliance with a murderer like Ebrahim Raisi, whom some have recently referred to as a great “reformer.”
MEK popularised the boycott of the regime’s sham election
Unlike the regime’s defenders, the Iranian opposition, The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), and the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran) have been advocating for regime change and popularised the boycott of the regime’s sham election.
Over the past 40 years, the MEK has been pushing for regime change, representing the real yearning of the Iranian people and paying the price by sacrificing over 120,000 of its members and sympathizers.
The Iranian people boycotted the fundamentalists’ election, not just because the so-called reformists have been eliminated, but due to the regime’s 40 years of crime and the Iranian Resistance’s involvement in exposing the regime’s abuses.
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), described the nationwide boycott of the clerical regime’s sham election as the greatest political and social blow to the mullahs’ Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and the ruling theocracy and worthy of a historic congratulation to the people of Iran.