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Friday, December 21, 2012


Neocons are often apt to use the analogy of Chamberlain’s appeasement of Hitler prior to World War Two to highlight the so-called danger they think the West puts itself in when trying to avoid a confrontation between the West and Iran. But, at the end of the day, the reality is that it is the neocons that are trying, in a somewhat perverse sense and twist to the notion of appeasement, appease the Zionists of Israel inasmuch that it’s the Israelis and their neocon supporters who want to attack Iran – just as Hitler and the Nazis wanted to attack East Europe.

Prior to the Second World War, it was Hitler’s Nazi Germany that was a threat to peace and, since the implication is that trying to appease Hitler in order to avoid war merely allowed Hitler to strengthen Germany which ultimately led to war, it would follow that in the twenty-first century Middle East, where Israel is looking to start a war against Iran, it should be Israel that the West needs to disarm before it does create war, rather than Iran.

It should be noted that Iran hasn’t invaded, conquered and occupied anyone in over two hundred years while Israel in just a little over sixty years has expanded its empire around two-fold by invading, conquering and occupying lands they want as part of their dream of creating a Greater Israel.

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