‎‘MEK delisting evidence of American political leaders’ corruption’ ‎

Professor of California State University says delisting Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK, a.k.a. MKO and PMOI) as a terrorist organization will provide additional evidence of ‎the corruption of America’s political leaders and the ignorance of voters who vote for these traitors.‎

‎“The American political leaders who support the delisting of the Iranian Communist MEK (MKO, PMOI, ‎NCRI, Rajavi Cult, or Pol Pot of Iran) terrorists are some of the worst traitors in American history,” Paul ‎Sheldon Foote opined during an interview with Habilian Association.‎

‎“These American political leaders have shown in their foreign policies towards Libya, Syria, and Iran ‎that they will attempt to destroy any country that does not use the American dollar in trade or that ‎does not permit America to take its resources at below-market prices,” he added.‎

Being asked about the American public opinion on MEK delisting a terrorist organization, Dr. Foote ‎reiterated that most Americans know nothing about the MEK and about the American traitors who ‎have accepted tens of thousands of dollars from MEK supporters because they rely upon a small ‎number of American television, radio, magazine, and newspaper sources for their news.‎

‎“Having lived and worked in the Middle East, North Africa, Vietnam, and in Europe, I cannot be duped ‎by the liars in the mainstream American media,” he added.‎

He went on to say that Americans need to stop behaving like pigs at the trough waiting for the next ‎slop served to them, adding that they have to learn to research for the best sources of facts around ‎the world.‎

‎“As a professor who has large numbers of international students in his classes, I have never met ‎anyone from any country other than Iran who advocates killing every man, woman, and child in their ‎countries,” Dr. Foote added, alluding to “the sick supporters of the Rajavi Cult.” ‎


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