MEK Cultists Escape, Describe Their Imprisonment to the NYT

by | Feb 20, 2020

These are the people that Howard Dean, Ed Rendell, Rudy Giuliani, John Bolton and so many other corrupt, bribed war mongers want to put in power in Tehran:

Dozens of former members now live independently in Albania. I met 10 of them, who each described being brainwashed into a life of celibacy.

Inside the group, they said romantic relationships and sexual thoughts were banned, contact with family highly restricted, and friendships discouraged.

All recounted being forced to participate in self-criticism rituals, whereby members would confess to their commanders any sexual or disloyal thoughts they had.

“Little by little, you are broken,” said Abdulrahman Mohammadian, 60, who joined the group in 1988 and left in 2016. “You forget yourself and you change your personality. You only obey rules. You are not yourself. You are just a machine.”

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