On September 30, 1938, just 77 years ago, in Munich Germany, Neville Chamberlain, one of the 3 Prime Ministers of England, their counterparts from France, Italy and Germany (Adolf Hitler) signed the Munich Pact.
It’s purpose was to allow Germany to annex portions of Czechoslovakia near Germany’s boarder. The area was to be called Sudetenland and was mainly inhabited with German speaking people. The signed agreement was termed an “Appeasement” and offered Sudetenland to Hitler, an enemy of all three, to avoid conflict.
In March of 2014 Russia annexed the Crimean peninsula in the Ukraine Vladimir Putin remarked, “we must start working on returning the Crimea to Russia”, the area was inhabited by many Russian-speaking people.
On September 30, 2015 the Russian military assumed an active roll in Syria, to support president Bashar al-Assad. Assad is considered an Enemy of the United States and the United Nations, from which he has been banned.
Just yesterday, September 30, 2015, John Kerry, on National TV announced that he and his Russian counterpart are trying to create a new Pact. Kerry coined this new agreement a “deconfliction”.
Google the term Holocaust . Our U.S. ally Israel, is in the crosshairs of this conflict.
Obama, Kerry, Congress and all US citizens have a choice to make. Do we repeat History or make a stand.