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For all of those who like history remember this quote: “Either learn about history or be doomed to repeat it”

photo courtesy nobelprize.org)    Winston Churchill

photo courtesy nobelprize.org) Winston Churchill

The “great hope” of some Americans struck again, today President Obama gave his speech at the United Nations and left his “leftist” appeasing mark of apology. An easy rhetoric characterized the speech which left little hope for leadership in the eyes of our true Allies and it appeared he has taken cues from the behavior of an Englishman who made history, NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN.

The sad lack of leadership on all American fronts, at the present time in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Egypt and Libya is due to the DHIMMI  (Dhimmi= Arabic for a conquered vassal of Islam) attitude of the President and the treacherous leadership of the US State Department.

Chamberlain and Hitler, photograph courtesy Daily Mail UK

Chamberlain and Hitler, photograph courtesy Daily Mail UK

Neville Chamberlain’s name would be more familiar to Britons and Europeans. The coward British politician who turned out the light in Europe at the Eve of World War Two. Here is some background.

On 29th September, 1938, Chamberlain, Adolf Hitler, Edouard Daladier and Benito Mussolini signed the Munich Agreement which transferred to Germany the Sudetenland, a fortified frontier region that contained a large German-speaking population. When Eduard Benes, Czechoslovakia’s head of state, who had not been invited to Munich, protested at this decision, Chamberlain told him that Britain would be unwilling to go to war over the issue of the Sudetenland.

The Munich Agreement was popular with most people in Britain because it appeared to have prevented a war with Nazi Germany. However, some politicians, including Winston Churchill and Anthony Eden, attacked the agreement. These critics pointed out that no only had the British government behaved dishonorably, but it had lost the support of Czech Army, one of the best in Europe. Chamberlain told his private secretary: “If Hitler signed it and kept the bargain, well and good… if he broke it, he would demonstrate to all the world that he was totally cynical and untrustworthy… this would have its value mobilising public opinion against him, particularly in America.”

In March, 1939, the German Army seized the rest of Czechoslovakia. In taking this action Adolf Hitler had broken the Munich Agreement. Chamberlain now realized that Hitler could not be trusted and his appeasement policy now came to an end. After the invasion of Poland, Chamberlain was forced to declare war on Germany.”   The above is quoted from a British website for school education here is the link.

If you would like to learn more about the character of some of the persons mentioned here there are a few options for those who prefer wiki here is the link.

Should you want to read a fascinating story on one of the greatest men of that time, Winston Churchill so hated by Obama that he had his bust sent back to England read this.

And if you care to know what Churchill wrote to Chamberlain (read my lips) go here.