Ingrid Betancourt-Paris, June 2014 – The Grand Gathering of Iranians

Ingrid Betancourt-Paris, June 2014 – The Grand Gathering of Iranians

Ingrid Betancourt

Ingrid Betancourt, former Presidential candidate in Colombia spoke at the gathering of Iranians for democratic change.

On June 27, a grand gathering of Iranians and supporters of the Iranian Resistance from 69 countries across the globe was held at the Villepinte Exposition in Paris with the participation of 600 political dignitaries, legislators and jurists from a wide spectrum of political tendencies .
Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance and the keynote speaker.

To all those who believe that the people of Iran have been silenced, let them have a look at what is happening here. Show to the world this gathering of worldwide leaders and free Iranians living freely in Europe, defying with their presence the deadly craziness of the mullah. In spite of more than a hundred thousand of executions, women, kids, men killed because they dared to say no, no to the whip, no to the gallows, no to the prohibition of happiness, of music, of joy, here is the free people of Iran responding to the call, standing up to confront the murderers of Tehran.
The day of liberty, of true liberty, of freedom, is now close. WE are the witnesses of the resurrection of a democratic, secular, gender equalitarian free Iran. Thank you Madame Rajavi, my sweet and admired friend, thank you for being the leader, for having the courage and the vision for your people and for giving us the opportunity of sharing the day of glory that is near for all Iranians and for the friends of Iran. Thank you, thank you so much, I love you, I love you.

To all those who believe that the people of Iran have been silenced, let them have a look at what is happening here. Show to the world this gathering of worldwide leaders and free Iranians living freely in Europe, defying with their presence the deadly craziness of the mullah. In spite of more than a hundred thousand of executions, women, kids, men killed because they dared to say no, no to the whip, no to the gallows, no to the prohibition of happiness, of music, of joy, here is the free people of Iran responding to the call, standing up to confront the murderers of Tehran.
The day of liberty, of true liberty, of freedom, is now close. WE are the witnesses of the resurrection of a democratic, secular, gender equalitarian free Iran. Thank you Madame Rajavi, my sweet and admired friend, thank you for being the leader, for having the courage and the vision for your people and for giving us the opportunity of sharing the day of glory that is near for all Iranians and for the friends of Iran. Thank you, thank you so much, I love you, I love you.