posted on Jan, 21 2011 @ 07:41 PM
reply to post by jmdewey60
Man, don't come talking about Nazis and Poland and war.
Don't talk to me about land and ownership from some third party determinations.
In 1938 Hitler threatened to invade Czechoslovakia if Britain didn't support his takeover of the Sudetenland. Neville (Candiass) Chamberlain of
Britain discussed the matter with Eduard Benes of Czechoslovokia and Edouard (Dumbass) Daladier of France, and refused the deal.
Hitler was crazy, but not stupid. He knew that neither Britain nor France wanted to go to war over this, nor would they want to team up with the
totalitarian Soviet Union.
So Hitler played both sides against the middle. Mussolini suggested to Hitler that he propose a four-power meeting between Britain, France, Italy,
Oddly, the country whose territory was being demanded - Czechoslovakia - was excluded from the talks. They would exclude from the talks the Soviet
Union and Czechoslovakia - thus coming up with the Munich Agreement to give the Sudetenland portion of Czechoslovakia to Germany.
Hitler promised to end his aggression.
You see how that international CRAP works? Oh, they had an agreement. It was nice and legal. It was greatly desired - by all parties - but for
THAT is why you NEVER leave your national interest up to other nations.
It's real easy to give away something that isn't yours.
That land was won by Israel, and they'll damned well keep it.
It's a done deal. Get over it.