Iranic Union / United Kingdom of Iran (U.K.I)

Iranic Union (in Persian: Hambastegâne Irâni/Pâdšâhiye Yekpârceye Irân)

Future Pan-Iranist Union of Iranic States:

Pan-Iranism is an ideology that advocates solidarity and reunification of Iranian peoples living in the Iranian continent and Iranian plateau including Ossetians, Kurds, Persians, Qizilbash, Pashtuns, Baluchs, Gilakis and Zazas. Azari-speakers another Iranic group, form the second largest ethnic group in Irân and share much of the same ethnic, cultural, and historical roots with the other Iranian people.

Serzemin

Irânzamin dar Xâvare Miyâne

The Iranic States of Irânzamin (Iranic Union) are:

Iranic State of Arran (7) – Capital: Baku

Parcame Ârân

Parcame Ârân

Iranic State of Talyshistan (8) – Capital: Masali

Parcame Tâlešestân

Parcame Tâlešestân

Iranic State of Gilan (9) – Capital: Rasht

Parcame Gilân

Parcame Gilân

Iranic State of Mazandaran (10) – Capital: Sari

Parcame Mâzandarân

Parcame Mâzandarân

Iranic State of Iraq – Capital: Baghdad

Parcame Irâk

Parcame Irâk

Iranic State of Dagestan (1) – Capital: Makhachkal

Parcame Dâgestân

Parcame Dâgestân

Iranic State of Georgia (3) – Capital: Tiflis

Parcame Gorjestân

Parcame Gorjestân

Iranic State of Armenia – Capital: Yerevan

Parcame Armanestân

Parcame Armanestân

Iranic State of Ossetia (2) – Capital: Vladikavkaz

Parcame Âsistân

Parcame Âsistân

Iranic State of Zazaistan (4) – Capital: Mamiki

Parcame Zâzâyestân

Parcame Zâzâyestân

Iranic State of Lezgistan (5) – Capital: Derbent

Parcame Lazgestân

Parcame Lazgestân

Iranic State of Avaristan (6) – Capital: Ganja

Parcame Âvârestân

Parcame Âvârestân

Iranic State of Azarbaijan – Capital: Tabriz

Parcame Âzarbâyjân

Parcame Âzarbâyjân

Iranic State of Kurdistan – Capital: Arbil

Parcame Kordestân

Iranic State of Persia – Capital: Ispahan(Official), Herat(De facto)

Parcame Pârs


Iranic State of Balochistan – Capital: Gwadar

Parcame Balucestân

Parcame Balucestân

Iranic State of Pashtunistan – Capital, Peshawar

Parcame Paštunestân

Parcame Afqânestân

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I.U (Iranic Union) –   اتحادیه ایران

 

National Anthem: Ey Iran

Estimated Population: 203,400,000

Largest City: Tehran

Most Populous Province: Persia

Capital: Tehran (Change in Future?)

Official languages: None at federal level (each province has its own official language alongside Persian)

Goverment: Constitutional monarchy

– Monarch: Reza Shah II (Reza Pahlavi)

Flag:

Iranic Flag Iranian Banner

Parcame Irâne Bozorg

Demonym: Iranian

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A Zoroastrian, democratic, secular, & progressive Iran with a system of governance in the form of a Constitutional Monarchy – a system that is deeply rooted within Iran’s thousands of years of history & rich culture.

• A monarchy can be a neutral (in the ethnical sense) figurehead uniting the different peoples of Iran.

• In Iran, only the institution of monarchy can satisfy every ideology and fulfill people’s needs.

I.U. or Iranic Union is the best alternative for Iranian people and their neighbours to save and Protect own cultural heritage.
equality and justice, as Ahurâ Mazdâ says:

Pendâre nik, Goftâre nik, Kerdâre nik

(Good Thoughts, Good Words, Good Deeds)

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14 Responses to Iranic Union / United Kingdom of Iran (U.K.I)

  1. could you tell me when you’re going to update your posts?

  2. really nice article, thanks for them good post.

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  4. mestreseo says:

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  5. Abbas al-Jafar says:

    I am an Arab and fear this Iranic Union a lot, this is why I hate it.

  6. sher khan says:

    Khaili mumlun ( dera manana)
    From a Pashtun brother.

  7. disagreement says:

    i am iranian. i do not agree with this article.
    there was never a state called persia. persia is just ancient south iran.
    stop promoting this ridiculous nationalist nonsense.
    we are iran. we love IRAN.

    • bandarzadeh says:

      Dorud,

      Well you’re right there was never a state called “Persia” – Persia(Pârs/پارس) instead is and was always an Iranian province just like Azarbayjan, Balochistan or Kurdistan.

      If you now see the province Persia is seperated from Balochistan for example, it does not mean they’re “not One”. If you need a comparison just take a look at the United Staes – Greater Iran is nothing else than a UNION of Iranic future states, such as Kurdistan, Georgia, Persia, Armenia, Balochistan etc.

  8. Torke Xar says:

    Merhaba, I am a stupid donkey Turk who have no knowledge about History and am very jealous of Iran and its great people. Unlike our primitive people who are everywhere known as rapists, drug dealers, thieves and thugs who have no own culture nor any written history.

    I have the whole day time to spam nonsense here but unfortunately got blocked because of my racist and offensive comments towards a great people with thousands of years of history & rich culture.

  9. Bone Beast says:

    Add to the map, Tabaristan, united Mazandaran, Gilan and Talyshistan. We are not Persians, but Iranic.

    • manucehr says:

      Dorud,

      The main reason I did not add them but made them a part of Persia was because they would be too small compared to other States (“Stans”). But of course you’re right Talysh etc. are no ethnic Persians. I will correct that mistake.

      Ruz xoš!

  10. Wolf of Sahara says:

    Dorud.
    Man niz yek Irâni hastam ke dust dâram in barnâme tahaqoq peydâ kone 🙂

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