Iranian Resistance upholds democratic values, a threat to regime’s oppressive rule
However, the Iranian regime’s handling of the revolution’s commemoration this year has only added to the country’s political instability and turbulence.
Despite the regime’s heavy mobilization efforts, their propaganda and lackluster show resulted in a disaster. This, coupled with the regime’s ongoing political instability, has led to many questioning the regime’s legitimacy and obedience to its rule.
Meanwhile, defectors of the Iranian regime’s self-proclaimed reformist faction have joined forces with the remnants of the overthrown Pahlavi dynasty. Their aim is to distract and divert people’s protests from the primary goal of establishing a democratic republic, stealing and subverting these protests for their interests.
The People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) and the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) have upheld democratic values, people’s governance, and the genuine ideals of the 1979 revolution. This is in contrast to the ruling mullahs and the opportunists who seek to manipulate the people for their interests.
The MEK/NCRI introduced a clear and detailed plan for Iran’s future some 40 years ago. Their plan calls for a democratic republic based on secularism, gender equality, respecting the rights of minorities, freedom of speech, and a non-nuclear Iran that lives in peace with its neighboring countries and the entire Middle East.
The ongoing uprising in Iran should be seen as a sign of the Iranian people’s maturity and progress. In this phase, all factions must reveal their true intentions and aspirations. It is now evident that no one can deceive or mislead the people again, as they are united in their struggle for a free, democratic, and just society.
The Iranian people have made it clear that any alternative solution that denies a radical confrontation with this regime is in favor of the current rulers of Iran. The people’s key slogan in their recent protest of “Death to the dictator, whether it be the Shah or the mullahs” attests to this insight.
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