Close Trump Ally Calls For Iran Regime Change Policy

Rudy Giuliani, cybersecurity advisor to U.S. President Donald Trump, meets with Iranian opposition leader Maryam Rajavi

Forbes- 21 March 2018- At a time when Iran is experiencing unprecedented political, economic and social turmoil with protesters across the country demanding sweeping changes, the international scene is looking even more bleak for Tehran.
The Trump administration is undergoing a major reshuffling, with analysts believing Iran is becoming a significant focal point. The core understanding pivots around the mentality that there no longer remains any doubt that Iran poses the main threat to peace and security in the Middle East.
U.S. President Donald Trump nominated CIA Director Mike Pompeo as his top diplomat. Further reports indicate former U.S. ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton might become the new National Security Advisor to the President.

These developments follow a recent speech with Trump pinpointing Iran as being behind all the region’s ongoing dilemmas, analogous to the President’s annual statement marking the Persian holiday of Nowruz to lash out at Tehran and the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) with unprecedented sharp-tongued language.
This is coming about as the clock ticks towards the May 12 deadline that President Trump has set for the final fate of the 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran. As this momentum builds up Tehran’s concerns, Rudy Giuliani, the acclaimed New York mayor during 9/11 and now Trump’s cybersecurity advisor, paid a visit to Albania, home to the Iranian opposition People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).
The occasion was the Iranian New Year , “Nowruz,” meaning a new day, on Tuesday.
“America’s Mayor” on Sunday met with Iranian opposition leader Maryam Rajavi , President of the Paris-based National Council of Resistance of Iran ( NCRI ), the coalition best known for blowing the whistle on Iran’s clandestine nuclear program back in 2002.
And on Tuesday, Giuliani spoke before several thousand PMOI/MEK members, emphasizing how the MEK plays such a crucial role in ongoing protests.
Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei describes them as the main domestic element behind the unrest and President Hassan Rouhani called on his French counterpart to restrict the PMOI/MEK in France, Giuliani added.
“These and similar cases indicate the massive and growing social base of the MEK inside the country,” he continued.
He did not mince his words for the ayatollahs, saying they would end up in hell. And as far as Iran policy is concerned, he was quite unequivocal: The right policy on Iran is to seek a regime change.


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