Seventy-five years ago, on Sept. 30, 1938, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain signed the Munich Pact, handing portions of Czechoslovakia to Adolf Hitler's Germany. Chamberlain returned to Britain to popular acclaim, declaring that he had secured "peace for our time." Today the prime minister is generally portrayed as a foolish man who was wrong to try to "appease" Hitler—a cautionary tale for any leader silly enough to prefer negotiation to confrontation.
Obama on Thursday hailed as “historic” a framework deal with Iran that he said was the best way to prevent Tehran from acquiring a nuclear weapon.
The United States, Iran and five other world powers reached a preliminary agreement that would lift international sanctions on Iran in exchange for new limitations on its nuclear program.
“It is a good deal, a deal that meets our core objectives,” Obama said during an 18-minute speech in the Rose Garden. “If this framework leads to a final comprehensive deal, it will make our country, our allies and our world safer.”
Obama said the agreement would “cut off every pathway that Iran could take to develop a nuclear weapon.”
Hitler had as a goal the extermination of the Jews.
Iran has a goal the extermination of the Jews.
Hitler had as a goal the domination of the world.
Iran has as its goal a world caliphate.
Hitler could not be trusted to keep his promises or adhere to agreements and treaties.
Iran has shown they cannot be trusted to keep their promises or adhere to their agreements or treaties.
The world views Chamberlain as an appeaser and yes as a naïve fool.
Obama has proven he cannot be believed or trusted and that he is narcissistic and a naïve fool.