Posted by Rob on 7 May, 2007 at 7:38 am. 4 comments already!

“How horrible, incredible it is, that we should (be fighting) because of a quarrel in a faraway country between people of whom we know nothing."

The speaker of this quote had just met the leader who had sparked the quarrel, and of the leader, he said, “was a man of peace to the depth of my soul.” The speaker here, of course, is Neville Chamberlain, speaking to the press as he continued his policy of appeasement and stood by as Hitler swallowed Czechoslovakia. And the leader he was speaking about was (of course) Hitler.

Almost everybody knows the “Peace in our Time” quote made after the conference where Czechoslovakia was cowardly offered up to the Nazi menace. But few know it was the Czech tanks and armament industries that fell into German hands that led directly to the fall of France and the attack on Russia, as Hitler did not have the tanks and the factories to do the job beforehand. And even less know that the German Generals has succeeded in stalemating Hitler’s more aggressive plans until the Munich agreement seemed to confirm Hitler’s policies and increased Hitler’s power. Churchill said quite truly that this was : “The complete surrender of the Western Democracies”

And here we are again as once again many in the West wants to offer a country on the alter of appeasement thinking it might again appease evil. And the enemy, like Hitler before, views it as a sign of weakness.

Qaeda’s Zawahri says Iraq bill shows U.S. defeat

DUBAI (Reuters) – Al Qaeda’s second-in-command Ayman al-Zawahri said a U.S. congressional bill calling for a troop withdrawal from Iraq was was proof of Washington’s defeat, according to a Web video posted on Saturday. “This bill reflects American failure and frustration,” Zawahri said. “But this bill will deprive us of the opportunity to destroy the American forces which we have caught in a historic trap.”

A White House spokesman declined to comment on the video, which comes four days after U.S. President Bush vetoed a $124 billion congressional war-spending measure that would have required a troop pullout from Iraq to begin by October 1.

“We ask Allah that they only get out after losing 200,000 to 300,000 killed, so that we give the blood spillers in Washington and Europe an unforgettable lesson to motivate them to review their entire doctrinal and moral system,” Zawahri said on the video, posted on Web sites used by Islamists. Zawahri denied that al Qaeda and other Sunni Muslim insurgents were stirring up sectarian strife in Iraq, blaming instead the Shi’ite-led Baghdad government

“The ones who have stirred up strife in Iraq are those who today are begging the Americans not to leave,” said the white-turbaned Zawahri, sitting next to bookshelves and an assault rifle. Zawahri mocked Bush for saying that a U.S.-backed security plan for Baghdad was showing signs of success.”The success is only for his pocket and Halliburton,” he said, referring to the company once headed by Vice President Dick Cheney.

The link is here.

Interesting how the terrorist talking points mirror the Democrats. But remember, according to the lying media, the Democrats support the troops. The Democrats and sadly some Generals claimed the debate and the bill is not hurting the troop’s morale. But that assertion seems almost absurd as it definitely has raised the morale of the enemy, as I have shown time and time again. . Perhaps one may think this was an isolated incident. Sorry, yet another rundown of the history of treason from the Democrats will convince the reader otherwise.

*Democratic presidential candidate Barrack Hussein Obama apologized yesterday for describing the lives of 3,000 U.S. troops killed in Iraq as “wasted.” He called the remark “a slip of the tongue.”

*In November, Democrat John Kerry apologized for implying that U.S. troops were uneducated. He called his statement, “a poorly stated joke.”

*Saying the “idea that we’re going to win the war in Iraq is an idea which is just plain wrong,” Democratic National Chairman Howard Dean predicted today that the Democratic Party will come together on a proposal to withdraw National Guard and Reserve troops immediately, and all US forces within two years.

*In June of 2005, Democrat Dick Durbin apologized on the Senate floor for likening U.S. troops to “Nazis, Soviets in their gulags or some mad regime — Pol Pot or others — that had no concern for human beings…” He called the comparisons unintentional, stating “I never ever intended any disrespect for them.”

And the Democrats have offered many a bone to the enemies of Democracy. Just as the leader of Iraq’s al Qaeda wing gloated over forcing outgoing U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld to flee the Iraqi battlefield, the speaker of Iraq’s al Qaeda wing said his group would not rest until it blew up the White House. He also said the Democrats’ victory at U.S. Congressional elections were a step in the right direction. A step in the right direction to what? Well, what does Al Qaeda want? That is simple, they want our defeat. Thus, according to Al Qaeda, the Democratic victory is a step in the right direction to our defeat.

It is 1938 again, and the Democrats once again, like Chamberlain, want to offer up a country in order to placate evil. And even worse, unlike Neville, they demean their own troops. And like 1938, (and Somolia, as another example) the retreat will only embolden the enemy. The Democrat policies support the enemy, pure and simple. A liberal I know said it is time we stop being the world’s policeman. Let us put it another way, “It is time we stop helping those fighting for Democracy and freedom.” A liberal would never say that, but that is exactly what liberals want. As can be learned from any schoolyard bully, weakness only encourages further aggression. So shall we continue the failed Democratic policies of appeasement and sacrifice like cowards and fools another country to try to appease evil? If we do, then this time the lights will go out in more places then just Europe.

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