Brookings Institution’s “Which Path to Persia?” Report Detailing Conspiracy Against Iran Redirected on Website

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Update from Tony Cartalucci: Brookings has moved around their documents, leaving dead links for anyone who cited them over the years.

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All documents cited by Land Destroyer will now be hosted online using Scribd, and linked to that way.

Those who have been following Tony Cartalucci’s articles about geopolitics and the strategies employed by Western governments to destabilize the Middle East and surrounding regions have no doubt seen many references to the 2009 “Which Path to Persia?” report.

This report is key proof that what we are seeing around the world today is not by accident; it was a well-coordinated effort that we see unfolding by the day according to scripts created by think-tanks such as Brookings Institution.

For those who might be new to this material, this single report, as Tony Cartalucci points out, “conspires against the nation of Iran. Plots include using terrorists, provoked war, economic warfare, and covert military and political subversion against the Iranian people.”

Brookings has now moved their documents. This creates a large amount of dead links on both our site, as well as Cartalucci’s Land Destroyer.

In an effort to preserve this key document both sites are posting the embedded report in full below.

For a full analysis of the document please see Cartalucci’s reporting on “Which Path to Persia?” Part I and Part II.

Brookings Institution’s “Which Path to Persia?” Report

Brookings Institution’s "Which Path to Persia?" Report

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