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My Last Advice To The Iranians (March 7): Abridged & Redacted Copy


(The ‘Communication’ was sent to a number of, undisclosed, receipients on March 7)

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Option One: Iran Without A Nuclear Power/Weapon

With this option the Iranians will not lose the assurance of security that nuclear weapons might have guaranteed, since the Iranians will demand, and propose, an XXXXXX Treaty (XXXT), between XXXXXXXX, supported (and assured in the background) by the powers of Russia and China. The treaty will bring XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX (as first founding parties) to unified model of economic and security partnership, equivalent to old EU (EEC) and NATO (two institutions-in-one). A detailed proposal XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.

This option in time will have the support of others, in particular XXXXXXXXX and the arch-enemy (and perhaps the greatest contemporary threat to Iranian regional power),XXXXXX. In terms of XXXXX proposal, XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX. In time, the ‘XXXT’ will be hailed as a protective and comprehensive, and effective, a new model for an XXXXXX unity, prosperity and peace, and the Iranians will be reaping the rewards of it’s successes, and it’s popularity within the XXXXXXXX X.

In short, XXXT has the potential, if based on EU-NATO model, to turn the fortunes of Iranian power into reality and in short time, without jeopardising it’s security. Iran, XXXXXXXX (plus XXXX), in time, will come to play the power-quartet role of EU equivalent (of Germany, France, Britain and Italy, plus Spain). This model, will assure same security requirements as the Nuclear weapons, without jeopardising the regional power structure and rather enhance it in time.

Option Two: Iran With A Nuclear Weapon (Classified)

This XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX. The option will see Iran continuing with it’s Nuclear Program, and openly, without fearing any retaliation, because by that time, Iran would have checkmate XXXXXXXX designs to a completely incapacitated position, that will leave them unable to undertake any military, or even secret covert actions.

This option, in short, will see Iran with a weapon, and with an enhanced regional power-status, secured for generations to come, through ‘armed peace’. Though in constant conflict with the XXXXXXX; a sort of Limited Regional Cold War.

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