The Return of Appeasement, Collaboration, and Isolationism

“…Why, then, did a relatively weak Nazi Germany between 1939 and 1941 believe that it could take on much of the world, and inspire Axis partners such as Italy and Japan to follow its suicidal lead?

The answer is obvious. British and French appeasement, Soviet collaboration, and American isolation had together convinced Hitler and his Axis allies that the victors of World War I were more eager to grant concessions at any cost than were the defeated.

The world of 2016 is eerily beginning to resemble the powder keg of 1939 Europe.”

  • Alain

    I agree that is déjà vu all over again.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I don’t think Putin is the enemy if he is told what lines he shall not pass with concrete determination.

  • Waffle

    Born during one war, will probably die during the next. Sh***!