Trump’s statements on Friday, as he declined to certify the Iran nuclear deal, are only the beginning, she believes. She said Trump and the international community should now work toward “the ultimate solution: the overthrow of the regime and establishment of freedom and democracy in Iran.”
She also told reporters that a major step in that direction, would be the designation NCRI as “the sole democratic alternative to the terrorist, religious dictatorship ruling Iran to rectify the past disastrous policy.”
Mrs. Rajavi described the four steps the U.S. could take to urge other countries to take steps against the present government in Tehran.
One step would be to deny Iran access to international banking systems, in addition to referring the dossier on the regime’s crimes to the United Nations Security Council, including the massacre of more than 30,000 political prisoners in 1988.
Another step would be the expulsion of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and its mercenary militias from Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Afghanistan, and Lebanon.
“They must be prevented from shipping arms and dispatching forces to these countries,” she said.
Implementation of previous U.N. Security Council resolutions on the regime’s nuclear weapons projects, including a ban on nuclear enrichment and as well as “free and unconditional inspections of military and non-military centers,” were other step Mrs. Rajavi outlined.
NCRI was founded in 1981, and it represents political figures, academicians, and other Iranians who have fled their homeland who are dedicated to the overthrow of the Islamic Republic , as well as replacing it with a secular democracy.
Dr. Mohammad Mossadegh, the nationalist and elected prime minister of post-war Iran was ousted in a U.S-backed coup in 1953, which led to the return to power of the exiled Shah of Iran. The group’s leaders are lineal heirs to him.
Tens of thousands of NCRI activists have been executed by the Iranian regime.
The NCRI blew the lid off Iran’s clandestine nuclear weapons program in 2002 by revealing the existence of the Natanz enrichment facility, and the Arak heavy water site. Their revelation triggered inspections by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and led to sanctions against the Tehran regime.
Source: News Max