“We must not delude small nations into thinking that they will be protected from aggression…” — Sir John Simon, London, 2/21/38
Many people have noticed a terrible resemblance between the way Britain sacrificed the Czechs to Germany in 1938 and what the Oslo-Road Map plan has been doing to Israel. Ariel Sharon stated in 2002 that “Israel will not be Czechoslovakia,” a rare moment of bravery for which the vassal was rebuked promptly. Shortly afterwards, he returned to substantiating the parallel.
Still, few people realize how deep the comparisons go, how alarming they are and how they illuminate the true goals of British policymakers, — and their indifference to collateral damage. The record shows that the British are quite willing to accept war and destruction of assets (so long as most of the losses are born by others) and then have others pay and labor to rebuild what has been ruined largely through their own global designs, their relentless pursuit of Atlantic Union and World Federation.
Let us examine British diplomacy re Europe during the 1930s, making pertinent comparisons, predictions and prescriptions for today’s Middle East. Read the rest of this entry »