Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Latest recruitment tactic for the People's Mujahideen...

Springtime in Paris with the Muj -
Not my idea of fun...

Hard-up Polish students snapped up a bargain break in Paris - and found they'd been recruited into an Iranian terrorist group.

More than 3,000 Polish students signed up for the £5-a-head coach trip but were bussed straight to a demo for Iranian militants the People's Mujahideen.

The group is listed as a banned terrorist group by both America and the EU. (not really in 2006 the European Court of Justice dropped the group's terror designation.)

"It was a shock," said one student. "I thought we were going to live it up in Paris - not join a terrorist group."

More from the party -

'A friend called me: a trip to Paris for 20 zlotys. If you decide quickly, we'll be all together on one coach', Ania, a sociology student, tells us.

Another student: 'I'm going to have fun! We drop in to Paris and rule For pennies!'.

The students were officially told that the trip was sponsored by the Berlin-based Iranian Association, which pays for transportation, lodgings and board through Sunday.

The only condition of participation is to attend a rally Saturday at Charles de Gaulle Airport. The rally is being co-organised by the radical Iranian opposition group, the People's Mujahideen of Iran. In the US, Canada and Iran, is it on the list of terrorist organisations.

Most of the students aren't aware they'll participate in a People's Mujahideen rally. 'I've heard it was to be a protest against the stoning of women in Iran', Bartek sounds surprised.

Iza, a 22-year-old politics and law student at the Adam Mickiewicz University: 'I'm going to have some good fun in Paris. I don't really know what it's all about with this rally. I've heard the organisation is on the terrorist list and that is opposes human rights violations'.

Kinga, her fellow student: 'Terrorist organisation? Yasser Arafat was also perceived like that, and then he got the Nobel Peace Prize'.

A list of attendance will be checked at the rally. Those absent will have to reimburse the full cost of the trip. Before entering the airport terminal, each attendant will be searched by security guards. Photo cameras and mobiles phones won't be allowed.

The students will be taken care of by coordinators, the same ones who recruited the participants and to whose bank accounts the fees were paid. Above them are two persons who are personally in touch with the Iranian Association. Yesterday neither of those returned phone calls.

Natalia, a coordinator, about the controversies surrounding the rally's organisers: 'Compared with, for instance, what the Home Army did during WWII, the People's Mujahideen are innocents'.

How sheeplike these kids are. Useful idiots, each and every one of them. A perfect fit for the Islamomarxism of the Peoples Muj. Five bucks will get you ten that they are all for Obama!