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Iran's genocidal war against Iranian dissidents in Iraq

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  Iran is clearly a global threat and a genocidal force to be reckoned with. Iran's active role in the Islamic genocidal war against Israel is more well-known and so is Iran's desire to destroy Israel, America, and the free world, as well as Iran's constant suppression of dissident. But Iran is not only exterming freedom-loving people in their own country. Iran and their proxies in Iraq [especially the Iranian forces in the new Iraqi Government] are also actively exterminating Iranian dissidents in Iraq in a place known as Camp Ashraf [a base for the MEK].

Also, I'll discuss Iran's hypcrosiy on the MEK. While I'm no fan of the MEK's leadership, I think that Iran is hypocritical in denouncing the MEK as a terrorist cult; considering that Iran is an active terrorist nation promoting their own genocidal ideology. Also, I'll discuss why delisting the MEK was the right decision. Just as America and the west supported Stalin, a brutal Communist dictator, who killed millions of people [perhaps even more than Hitler] against Hitler cause they had no choice; even with Eastern Europe falling under Soviet Communist tyranny. If supporting a brutal dictator like Stalin is a necessity to stop Hitler; with Iran taking the role of the new Nazi Germany and killing Americans in Iraq [and also killing Iranian dissidents and Iraqis, who don't support Iran], supporting the people in Ashraf [the people in Ashraf moved to a place known as Camp Liberty] is clearly a necessity. That means that supporting the MEK is clearly a necessity, especially when it comes to keeping Iran out of Iraq. If Iran gets Iraq, then it'll be far more dangerous.

Tune in, as I discuss Iran and their proxy Government in Iraq in exterminating freedom-loving Iranian refugees in Iraq and Iran's hypocritical crybabying of the MEK, which denounced violence in 2001; even as Iran continues to be the major global terrorist threat that it is.