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موسوی:امروز خرافات در خدمت فساد سازمان یافته قرار گرفته است/ Mousavi:Today superstitions are being used for organized corruption


Mir Hossein Mousavi in a meeting with a group of members of the Central Council of youth and academic branch of National Trust party (Mehdi Karroubi’s party) emphasized on the importance of political parties at this time and also warned about the influence of superstitions in the general management of the country.

The courage and the unveiling of issues by Mr. Karroubi have been very effective in spreading awareness

Mir Hossein Mousavi at the beginning of this meeting thank Karroubi for his role in this national movement and said: “Karroubi’s courage and the unveiling of issues by him have very effective role in spreading awareness and the movement. I hope that this role strongly continues. Karroubi’s resistance has vital importance for the continuation of the Green Movement.”

Mousavi then discussed the role of political parties after the revolution and said: “From the very first days of the revolution there has been a thought that was against political parties and organizations. People’s bad experience with regards to political parties in the Constitutional era has exacerbated this cynicism.”

One of the characteristics of Martyr Ayatollah Beheshti was his opposition against monologue and one party system

Mousavi added: “Alongside these cynical views there were positive thoughts as well that Martyr Ayatollah Beheshti’s view was on top of them. He believed in partisan and organized activities and tried very hard for this matter. There were impressive results as outcome of these activities. One of Martyr Ayatollah Beheshti’s characteristics was his opposition against monologue and one party system.”

Mir Hossein Mousavi by expressing sorrow for existence of negative views toward political parties and organizations and even small grassroots organizations in the recent years emphasized: “ The recent actions against the two main reformist parties of the country (Islamic Iran Participation Front and Mojahedin of Islamic Revolution) has roots in the same negative view toward political parties. Of course these days following the suppression that was enforced, the importance of political parties and organizations is being felt more than before.”

Standing for the right of forming and maintaining political parties is more vital than ever

Mousavi said: “Standing for the right of forming and maintaining political parties is more vital than ever. When the discussion of full and comprehensive implementation of the constitution is raised one of the principles is the clear view on the freedom of political parties and organizations, for wither political parties or unions”

Mousavi in another part of his remarks said: “The political parties must be advocates for freedom and right of all the people and if possible should merge together to create a more comprehensive organization.”

Today superstitions are being used for organized political and economical corruptions

Mir Hossein Mousavi in another part of his remarks pointed to the issue of superstitions and said: “Today superstitions are being used for organized political and economical corruptions. Dissolving the Management and Planning and Organization, the sensitivity to the key phrase of “Development” and putting behind the five-year development programs all are signs of the spread of superstitious thoughts.”

Charity-type economy has created immense chaos in developing rational processes

He iterated: “A true Shia is always and everyday awaiting the return of Imam Mehdi but also at the same time plans for the next thousand of years. Today the charity-type economy and arbitrary actions have created immense chaos in developing rational processes.”

According to Mir Hossein Mousavi, the elimination of a vast group of experienced managers who believed in planning and scientific management is related to this radical superstitious ideology.

He pointed out the comments Ahmadinejad made a while ago and how they are linked to superstitions and said: “According to this view, the US has come to Iraq not because of oil or geopolitical or strategic reasons but rather has come to prevent Imam Mehdi’s return. What kind of disaster in the foreign policy, governing with this ideology can create? Won’t Turkmenchay style treaties be the inevitable result of such view?”

At the end of his remarks, Mir Hossein Mousavi spoke of the role of Imam Khomeini in ending 2500 years of monarchy and said: “In a time that there was unprecedented pressure to prevent women from participating in elections, he (Imam Khomeini) bluntly and clearly confronted and said that how could it be possible to deprive half of the population from being involved in their own destiny.”

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