“Myth: NIAC is hypocritical to oppose the Bush administration's "Democracy Fund" since it itself received funds from the National Endowment for Democracy.
Truth: With the support of grants from the National Endowment for Democracy, NIAC conducted nonpolitical trainings for non-governmental organizations (NGO's) in Iran to help foster a stronger Iranian civil society. Subsequently, in 2006, the Bush administration started the Iran "Democracy Fund" - a program explicitly intended to use Iranian NGO's to overthrow the Iranian regime…”
There are many who advocate for foreign governments helping Iranians in their struggle against the unreformable, stone-age barbaric Islamist Rapist Republic (IRR).
Based on the notion that accepting help comes with strings attached, these freedom advocates are constantly admonished by NIAC lobby and its demagogic propagandists.
How exactly the explanation from NIAC lobby disproves its inherent hypocrisy?
What documented proof NIAC lobby has for its unqualified assertion that “a program explicitly intended to use Iranian NGO's to overthrow the Iranian regime.”?
How do you overthrow a barbaric regime like IRR with NGOs?
Even if true, why is NIAC lobby so against overthrow of IRR which rapes, maims and murders Iranian men, women and children?
There are many other questions, NIAC lobby respond!
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