Sunday, December 1, 2013

Actually, It's Worse Than the Munich Pact

(Image by Jerry Holbert)
This past Friday, Mark Steyn, quoting Bret Stephans article in the WSJ, made a very good point that our nuke "deal" with Iran is actually worse than the Munich Pact of 1938
Here's an excerpt at why the Iranian Nuke Deal is so bad compared to negotiations with Hitler:
...the French and British prime ministers were negotiating with Berlin [in 1938] from a position of profound military weakness...This time round, a superpower and its allies accounting for over 50 percent of the planet’s military spending was facing a militarily insignificant country with a ruined economy and no more than two to three months’ worth of hard currency — and they gave it everything it wanted.

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