The situation of hostages taken by terrorist Mullahs in Iran and their Canadian enablers
This post contains an open letter of Oct 11, 2022, to President Emmanuel Macron suggesting a viable solution to the situation of two French hostages, Cécile Kohler and Jacques Paris, taken by the Islamic Republic in Iran and informing the President about another hostage, Amélie Trotignon, taken by the Canadian enablers of the Islamic Republic.
The latter is related to the engagement of Simon Fraser University in Canada with several agents of the regime of the Islamic Republic who have been affiliated with the ballistic missile program of the regime, the terrorist entity Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and the regime’s leader and president.
There is a very viable and effective solution [to the situation of Cécile Kohler and Jacques Paris] that will lead to their immediate liberation: France and European allies simply need to cease the policy of appeasing the regime and, instead, send a unified message of strength by recalling their ambassadors to Iran and quashing diplomatic ties with the Islamic Republic.Letter to Emmanuel Macron, Oct 11, 2022
Oct 11, 2022
Dear Mr. President of the Republic of France,
Subject: The situation of the two French hostages in Iran and another one residing in France
This open letter is being written to provide some hopefully resolving insight into the situation of the two French hostages in Iran and also to inform you about the situation of a French hostage in France taken by the Canadian allies of the Islamic Republic.
1- French Hostages in Iran:
Last week, the falling regime of the Islamic Republic broadcast “confessions” of two French hostages, Mme Cécile Kohler and M. Jacques Paris, trying to link them to the ongoing protests by millions of brave Iranian revolutionists. You know too well that the Islamic regime is using the hostages to generally elevate its demands from the West and, at this particular point in time, keep the EU away from providing any meaningful support to the freedom fighters in Iran.
The bitter truth is that what emboldened the regime to torture foreign hostages to this unprecedented level and put their forced confessions on state TV consists in France’s obsession with empowering this regime through reviving JCPOA and other nonsensical manoeuvres, such as pressuring Belgium to release a convicted diplomat-terrorist of the Islamic Republic and, with all due respect, your recent meeting with the regime’s president, who is rightfully nicknamed Ayatollah Murderer (for his prominent role on the Death Committee ruling the killing of thousands of political prisoners in the Summer of 1988).
On the other hand, however complicated the situation may seem, there is a very viable and effective solution that, as history shows, will lead to the immediate liberation of the hostages: France and European allies simply need to cease the policy of appeasing the regime and, instead, send a unified message of strength by recalling their ambassadors to Iran and quashing diplomatic ties with the Islamic Republic. The only reason why this hostage-taking has not culminated is that the EU has consistently been reacting the wrong way, however, due to the regime’s extreme shakiness, you will be in full control of the hostages’ fate should you decide to lead the EU in the right direction.
A French Hostage in France, taken by the Islamic Republic’s allies in Canadian Academia
Hostage-taking has been a core characteristic of the regime of the Islamic Republic since its conception in 1979. Besides the regime’s official institutions, occasionally, the regime’s proxy terrorist groups have also carried out this policy for it. Hereby, I would like to inform you about a specific matter that entails a new type of hostage-taking not by the regime or its proxies in the Middle East but by the regime’s allies in North American academia, also known as the academic left. I believe your government pushing for transparency at this time will essentially prevent similar situations in the future.
The specific case that I am bringing to your attention includes some French citizens, one of whom is indeed on the hostage-taking side.
The matter dates back to April 2019, when I discovered and disclosed the support for the ballistic missile program of the Islamic Republic by a Canadian institution called Simon Fraser University (SFU). I revealed that SFU hosted and extensively supported some individuals who are affiliated with the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, the leader of the Islamic Republic, and Ayatollah Murderer. One of the supported agents, called Shahrokh Jam, has been a prominent military expert working in the field of ballistic missiles for Iran Space research Center and the Defence Industries Organization.
Connection to France
To hide its internationally criminal engagement, SFU launched a retaliatory campaign in 2019 against me which included in part coercing, intimidating, and subsequently silencing a French citizen and then-PhD candidate at SFU, named Amélie Trotignon. Trotignon, who inadvertently has damaging information about SFU’s campaign, has been intimidated and forced to remain silent even now that she is in her home country of France.
Among the people who abused Amélie Trotignon are former and current presidents of SFU, a faculty dean at SFU, and SFU’s lawyer, respectively named Andrew Petter, Joy Johnson, Paul Kench, and Robert B. Kennedy. With the help and direct involvement of its lawyer, SFU also successfully attempted to corrupt the Canadian justice system to cover up SFU’s criminalities in support of the terrorist regime of the Islamic Republic.
Some detailed information about the matter has been made available on the website:
and is being sent to your office alongside further sensitive information that is not available to the public yet.
As an exiled Iranian libertarian, I have no doubt that the long-term interests of my country and your country rely on upholding such fundamental values as human rights and dignity, the rule of law, freedom, and transparency. The representatives of the long-standing French democracy are expected to avoid the trampling of these values in their interaction with the regime of the Islamic Republic and its international enablers.
On the matter of criminalities introduced herein, I will continue to provide any further relevant information and evidence and look forward to seeing proper measures taken against the said hostage-takers and enablers of the Islamic Republic.
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