Like Hitler’s demand of “land for peace,” in the name of “peace” Obama is pressing Israel to give up Judea and Samaria, the final line of defense before the Coastal Plain against a hostile Iranian proxy state seated high on the hills only 12 miles from Tel Aviv and just three miles from Israel’s only international airport. That’s why Israel’s legendary diplomat Abba Eban called the borders established following the 1967 Six-Day War “Auschwitz borders.” And does anyone remember how Lord Trenchard got up in the British parliament after Munich and declared that the Czechs didn’t need the Sudeten territories for security? “The best security border,” Trenchard said, “is peace.” Sound familiar?
Like the cowardly British diplomats flew to Munich to sign the Sudetenland over to Hitler, the Western appeasers last week went to Baghdad (and next month in Russia) to mortgage Israel’s survival. And as Chamberlain sold out the brave Czech democracy to “Herr Hitler,” as Winston Churchill called him, Obama bowed to Iran’s Supreme Guide, Ayatollah Khamenei. Like Hitler, the Iranians have learned how to exploit the Western naivëte to extend their hegemony over all the Middle East. If Hitler’s club was the threat of war, the Iranians’ weapons are the centrifuges in Fordow, Natanz, Isfahan and Parchin.
Just as Hitler sought to “liberate” humanity by gassing the Jews, the Iranian eschatological cult proclaims it will “liberate” humanity by vaporizing “the Zionists.” As the Nazis managed to destroy everything Jewish from the Pyrenees to Stalingrad, the Iranians went to Buenos Aires to kill Jews. But if to destroy the Jewish people Hitler needed to burn the world, all that Iran needs today is to burn a territory smaller than Vermont.
If in 1939 Hitler entered Prague without firing a shot and Czechoslovakia was wiped off the map, in 2013 the Iranians could need “just” a shot: a nuclear rocket on Tel Aviv.
And unfortunately, like in 1939 too many Jews refuse to identify the danger until they are at the gates of a new Auschwitz.
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