Posts Tagged ‘Struan Stevenson’

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Remarks by Struan Stevenson, former MEP

MEK Iran: Remarks by Struan Stevenson, Former MEP at Worldwide Internet Conference Focusing on The Mullahs’ Support For Terrorism

Remarks by Struan Stevenson, former MEP

Thanking the Albanian government, thanking the Albanian people, for their courage in playing host to the (PMOI  / MEK Iran) inside Albania.

Transcript of remarks by Struan Stevenson, former MEP and President of the European Parliament’s Delegation for Relations with Iraq at worldwide internet conference focusing on the mullahs’ support for terrorism and shutting down its embassies- July 20, 2020.

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MEK Iran: Lebanon exploson is “wake up call” over Iran meddling

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MEK Iran: The terrorist Hezbollah, and their masters in Iran, should be a “wake-up call on Hezbollah’s death grip on Lebanon”.

A leading European politician has said that the recent explosion in Beirut, Lebanon, and the people’s righteous protests against the puppet government, the terrorist Hezbollah, and their masters in Iran, should be a “wake-up call on Hezbollah’s death grip on Lebanon”. 

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Iran pays $9m to Spanish media org to demonise MEK

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Spanish-language satellite channel of Mullah’s state-run broadcaster IRIB designed solely to demonize the MEK?

The Iranian regime paid $9.3 million to a Spanish media organization between 2012 and 2015, shining a light on what we have known for a while: the regime is manipulating Western media to demonize the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran).

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Struan Stevenson

Struan Stevenson’s Honest View on Corrupt Mullahs’ Failure to Tackle COVID-19

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Struan Stevenson

Mr. Struan Stevenson, who used to be a member of the European Parliament, published a revealing article in the United Press International (UPI) stating that Iran is coming to a virtual standstill as the economy tumbles, inflation spirals out of control and the currency has all but collapsed. This is all happening amidst a COVID-19 outbreak which has now allegedly taken 16,800 victims.

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Struan Stevenson condemns EU's continued appeasement policy towards Iran

EU top diplomat’s shameful appeasement of Iran

Struan Stevenson condemns EU's continued appeasement policy towards Iran

Former MEP, Struan Stevenson condemns the recent trip by EU’s high representative to Iran

Many political figures have been criticizing the European Union for its appeasement of Iran despite the grave violations of human rights and its acts of terrorism that have been continuing for many years.

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The Murderous Past of Soleimani’s Replacement

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Esmail Ghaani the new godfather of terror in Iran after Soleimani

On January 8, 2019, United Press International (UPI) published an article by former Member of European Parliament Struan Stevenson entitled “Iran’s Esmail Ghaani is the new godfather of terror.” The article describes the murderous credentials of new Quds Force Chief Esmail Ghaani and his goals as he replaces his predecessor Qassem Soleimani, who was recently killed in a U.S. drone strike.

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Struan Stevenson is the Coordinator of the Campaign for Iran Change (CIC)

MEK Iran: World Should Not Ignore the Iran Protests Murderous Crackdown

Struan Stevenson is the Coordinator of the Campaign for Iran Change (CIC)

Struan Stevenson the Coordinator of the Campaign for Iran Change (CIC). He was a member of the European Parliament representing Scotland (1999-2014), president of the Parliament’s Delegation for Relations with Iraq (2009-14) and chairman of the Friends of a Free Iran Inter-group (2004-14).

In November 2019, the world witnessed Iran being engulfed with one of the most widespread protests in the past years that first flared because of a fuel price hike but soon turned into a nationwide uprising demanding regime change.

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MEK Iran: EU Must End Its Appeasement Policy Towards Iran

Struan Stevenson: More than 1,000, mostly young, protesters have been murdered by the theocratic fascist regime in Iran

“Young protesters in Iran, Iraq will not be cowed”, this is the title of a piece in the UPI by Struan Stevenson.

In the piece, Stevenson questions the silence of the U.K. and EU media concerning Iran’s protests.

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EU Conference on Iran

EU Conference on 1988 MEK Massacre and New Iran Policy

EU Conference on Iran

The EU Parliament held a conference on MEK massacre in 1988, violation of human rights, and warmongering policy of the Iranian regime on 23 October 2019 in Strasbourg

EU Conference on Iran

The EU Parliament held a conference on violation of human rights in Iran and warmongering policy of Iranian regime on 23 October, 2019 in Strasbourg

On Wednesday 23, 2019, several Members of the European Parliament and other dignitaries from across the continent, attended a conference in Strasbourg to urge the European Union to take a strong approach regarding the Iranian regime’s human rights violations and warmongering.

The speakers at the event, organized by the European Parliament Friends of a Free Iran Intergroup, also called for the Iranian regime to be held to account for the 1988 massacre of over 30,000 political prisoners, mostly members and supporters of the Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI, Mujahedin-e Khalq or MEK).

Polish MEP Anna Fotyga, who chaired the conference, said:

“All of us are aware of the situation in Iran. We’ve been monitoring it for many years. We’re in touch with the members of the Iranian opposition and learn about the fate of the people who fight for freedom, for human rights and for the prosperity of their country.”

Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the Iranian opposition coalition National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), also spoke at the conference to  remind us that for too long the West has “closed their eyes” to the horrible crime that was the 1988 massacre and that this lack of accountability has only emboldened the mullahs.

She said: “The only answer to a regime that has deliberately foiled the initiatives of Europe, particularly of France, is a firm policy which obliges Europe to support the Iranian people’s resistance to establish democracy and popular sovereignty.”

Alejo Vidal-Quadras, former European Parliament Vice President, also spoke out about the policy of appeasement, noting that while the mullahs benefited, the Iranian people suffered and the MEK was wrongfully placed on Western blacklists or assassinated by the Regime with impunity.

He said: “Today, the situation is different. More people have started to see the cruel nature of this theocracy… European governments need to realize the only effective policy against the Iranian regime is to deal with it for what it is: a mortal enemy that we cannot neutralize.”

Rama Yade, former French Human Rights Minister, called for an independent inquiry into the 1988 massacre and condemned the policy of appeasement for essentially giving a blank cheque to the mullahs.

She said: “We must do more. We owe it to this great nation and people. We must support the desire of the Iranian people for regime change and the establishment of a secular government based on the separation of church and state, and gender equality.”

Former MEP Struan Stevenson, the coordinator of the Campaign for Iran Change, also argued for an end to the appeasement policy, advising that those who took part in the 1988 massacre still hold high-ranking positions in the Iranian regime, including current Justice Minister Alireza Avaei.

He also highlighted the regime’s expansionism, including support for “Bashar al-Assad in Syria, the Houthis in Yemen, and the brutal Shiite militias in Iraq”,  and their race to build nuclear weapons as reasons why a new policy is needed.

He said: “Iran is also one of the most pro-western countries in the region. But they are ruled by corrupt mullahs who only want to further enhance their own lavish lifestyles. The people are sick of a regime that has bankrupted their country. Europe must show that we support the Iranian people and the MEK and NCRI. We must show support for Maryam Rajavi and her ten-point plan.”

Other speakers included:

  • Petri Sarvamaa, Finnish MEP from the EPP Group, Vice-Coordinator of the Budgetary Control Committee, Full Member of the AGRI Committee
  • Milan Zver, MEP from Slovenia.
  • Ryszard Czarnecki, MEP from Poland
  • Juan Fernando Lopez Aguilar, MEP from the Canary Islands (Spain)
  • Jan Zahradil, MEP from the Czech Republic
  • Radka Maxová, MEP from the Czech Republic
  • Stanislav Polčák, MEP from the Czech Republic
  • Ruza Tomasic, Croatian MEP from the ECR Group
  • Patrizia Toia, Italian MEP from the Democratic Party
  • Anthea McIntyre, British Conservative MEP for the West Midlands
  • Ingrid Betancourt, former Columbian presidential candidate
  • Franc Bogovič, MEP from Slovenia
  • Alessandra Moretti, MEP from Italy
  • Gianna Gancia, MEP from Italy
  • Petras Auštrevičius, MEP from Lithuania
  • Assita Kanko, MEP from Belgium

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