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Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – “I promised to get into this article here by Patrick J. Buchanan from 2008.  Why would I resurrect something from 2008?  Why would I do such a thing?  Well, there are a couple reasons why.  The primary reason why is because it keeps coming up, and now it’s reared its ugly head again.  [mocking] ‘Well, you and Ron Paul and your non-interventionist buddies, you’re gonna to get us all killed.  You’re gonna start World War III.  You’re a bunch of Neville Chamberlains.  You appeasers of Vladimir Putin, you don’t understand the fire that you’re playing with.  You’re a bunch of Neville Chamberlain wussies,’ we hear.”  Check out today’s transcript for the rest…

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Mike:  I promised to get into this article here by Patrick J. Buchanan from 2008.  Why would I resurrect something from 2008?  Why would I do such a thing?  Well, there are a couple reasons why.  The primary reason why is because it keeps coming up, and now it’s reared its ugly head again.  [mocking] “Well, you and Ron Paul and your non-interventionist buddies, you’re gonna to get us all killed.  You’re gonna start World War III.  You’re a bunch of Neville Chamberlains.  You appeasers of Vladimir Putin, you don’t understand the fire that you’re playing with.  You’re a bunch of Neville Chamberlain wussies,” we hear.

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Okay, so who is this Neville Chamberlain guy and why is it his fault that Hitler went crazy?  It is a statement of accepted decepticon — meaning fake, phony, fraud that call themselves conservative — religion that Neville Chamberlain is the biggest imbecile in the history of Earth.  If he’d gone to Hitler and gone warmonger on him and told Hitler, [mocking] “Let me tell you something, buddy.  You move into the Sudetenland, you move against the Sudetans, you do anything against the Poles, we’ll bomb you back into the stone ages and the Americans will help us.”  If he had just gone in there and threatened to bomb the Germans, threatened to bomb the krauts all the way back to the Rhine River, none of this ever would have happened.  As Patrick J. Buchanan points out, that is bull[bleep].  Nice, convenient way to present history to get your way and to shut people up.

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This crazed, decepticon, maniacal woman hurled this at me yesterday, [mocking] “You appeaser, you pacifist, you sissy.  What’s your answer to Neville Chamberlain, huh?  You and Ron Paul are gonna get us killed.”  I don’t even know how Ron Paul got in on this conversation on Twitter yesterday.  I resolved myself, because I’d read the Buchanan piece back in 2008 — he actually wrote a book about this.  I have the book sitting up on the shelf there.  I didn’t read the whole thing, but I read significant chapters of it, so I have a little bit of knowledge about this.  I resigned myself that this needs to be shared with the audience so that they have this knowledge and can at least do their own due diligence on it and check it out for themselves.  They may reach a different conclusion than Buchanan, that’s fine, but at least you’re know that there is another point of view on this, and that not everyone that has ever been born thinks that Neville Chamberlain was the biggest goofball in the history of foreign policy.  Here’s what Buchanan wrote, “An Amicus Brief for Neville.”

[reading]

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On Sept. 30, 1938, 70 years ago [Mike: Buchanan wrote this back in 2008], Neville Chamberlain visited Adolf Hitler’s apartment in Munich, got his signature on a three-sentence declaration and flew home to Heston Aerodrome.

“I’ve got it,” he shouted to Lord Halifax. “Here is a paper which bears his name.” At the request of George VI, Chamberlain was driven to Buckingham Palace, where he joined the king on the balcony to take the cheers of the throngs below. An unprecedented honor.

Then it was on to 10 Downing Street, where, to choruses of “For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow,” Chamberlain declared: “This is the second time in our history that there has come back from Germany to Downing Street peace with honor. I believe it is peace for our time.”

This was Munich, the summit of infamy, endlessly invoked as the textbook example of how craven appeasement leads to desperate war.

That is the great myth. And like all myths, there is truth to it.

Chamberlain had indeed signed away the Czech-ruled Sudetenland to Germany, rather than risk a new war like the one of 1914-1918 that had taken the lives of 700,000 British and 1.3 million Frenchmen.

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Mike:  Folks, how many of you know the story of World War I and what really happened there?  They fought to a draw to this area that was termed the Maginot Line.  The Maginot Line was held.  Across the line, they’d just fire at each other all day long and then drag the dead into the pits they had dug out.  One of the greatest hazards of World War I at that time was getting this stuff called trench foot, because they’d be in these trenches, it would rain, they’d fill up with water, and you stand in water all day long and get fungus.  In any event, the war ended because the Brits were tired — they were like: Dude, we don’t have any more first-born to send to France.  We’re out of young men.  There aren’t any more.  This is when the United States entered the war.  Of course, we lost a substantial amount, too.

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Modernity spits on the name of Neville Chamberlain. Yet, consider the situation confronting the British prime minister that September.

The seeds of Munich had been planted at the 1919 Paris Peace Conference, in the treaties of Versailles, St. Germain and Trianon.

Though Germany agreed to an armistice based on Wilson’s 14 Points and principle of self-determination, millions of Germans had been consigned to alien rule. Some 3.25 million Bohemian Germans (Sudetenlanders) were handed over to Prague, as were 2.5 million Slovaks, 800,000 Hungarians, 500,000 Ukrainians and 150,000 Poles.

Germans will be “second class” citizens, President Masaryk told his parliament. Not a single German was in the National Assembly that drew up the constitution. Repeated protests by the German minority to the League of Nations were made — to no avail.

Lloyd George said the Czechs had lied to him at Paris when they had promised to model Czechoslovakia on the Swiss Confederation, with autonomy for ethnic minorities.

By the 1930s, most British and the Tory government believed an injustice had been done to the Sudeten Germans that must be rectified by diplomacy if a new war was to be averted.

After the Saar voted 90 to 10 to rejoin the Reich, and Austria had been annexed, the Sudeten Germans began to agitate for secession and annexation by Germany.

And as Chamberlain wrote his sister, he “didn’t care two hoots whether the Sudetens were in the Reich or out of it.” The issue was not worth a European or world war.

As Britain had no alliance with Prague nor any vital interest in East-Central Europe, where no British Army had ever fought before, what was Chamberlain even doing in Munich?

He feared that if war broke out between Czechs and Germans, and Prague invoked its French alliance, a Franco-German war might follow, dragging Britain in as it had in 1914.

Three times that September, Chamberlain flew to Germany to negotiate the peaceful transfer of the provinces of Czechoslovakia where Germans were in the clear majority. After his second trip, to Bad Godesberg, where Hitler had threatened to march, Chamberlain had ordered mobilization of the fleet.

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Hitler had backed down and urged Chamberlain to continue his pursuit of a negotiated settlement, which was finalized at Munich.

Why did Chamberlain not tell Prague to defy Hitler and commit Britain to fight for a Czech Sudetenland?

Because Britain was utterly unprepared for war. The Brits had not a single division in France, no Spitfires, no draft and no allies save France. Britain’s World War I allies were gone. Italy was with Hitler. Japan was now hostile. Russia was lost to Bolshevism. Canada, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa were unwilling to fight, if the issue was keeping Germans under Czech rule.

And the Americans had gone home. Indeed, FDR had warned, “Those who count on the assured aid of the United States in case of a war in Europe are totally mistaken.” Roosevelt’s aides informed Paris that, if war broke out, America, under the neutrality acts, would not even deliver the planes France had already purchased. [Mike: Boy, could we use some neutrality acts today, folks?]

Why should Britain declare a war it could not win for a cause — Czech control of 3.5 million Germans — in which it did not believe, a war certain to bring death to millions and the ruin of Britain?

We Americans did not go to war for the Czechs in 1938, or the Poles in 1939, or the French in 1940, or the Hungarians in 1956. Last month, Russia marched into Abkhazia and South Ossetia — the Sudeten lands of Georgia. Did we declare war?

[Mike: Another reason I brought this up is because Buchanan was prescient.] If the Russian majorities in east Ukraine or Crimea demand the right to secede and return to Mother Russia, will we go to war to keep these millions of Russians under Ukrainian rule?

If not, upon what ground do we stand to condemn Chamberlain? Chamberlain’s failure was that he trusted Hitler at Munich, as his great rival Winston Churchill would trust Joseph Stalin at Moscow, Tehran and Yalta.

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Mike:  There’s more to the story of Neville Chamberlain.  Basically what Buchanan says is that the people of Britain had had it with war.  They didn’t want another one.  They sent him there.  He was basically to negotiate on behalf of the United Kingdom that: Look, Adolf, baby, we don’t want a war with you.  We don’t want a war over the Sudetenland.  We don’t want a war over your petty disagreements with the Polish people and what have you. [/private]

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The people of Great Britain just desire peace.  Can we count on you for some peace?  Of course, Hitler said yes.  Situations change and Hitler changed his mind.  That is not to say that Neville Chamberlain was an appeaser.  He was trying to change millions of lives.  700,000 men had been massacred in World War I.  The people of Britain were wary of and did not want another such travesty during their lifetimes.  He was trying to prevent war.  He wasn’t trying to start one.  He wasn’t trying to appease anyone.  He was trying to prevent hostility.  In other words, he was relying on diplomacy.  There’s no guarantee that this ever works.

Of course, the fatal sin was in the Treaty of Versailles when the Germans were told: You’re no longer sovereign.  You can’t be sovereign.  We’re not going to let you be sovereign.  We’re going to write your constitution for you and we’re going to subjugate you.  Any subjugated people will always resent it and, at some point in time, will revolt against it.  That’s just a fact.  That’s the way it’s going to happen.  That’s what happened in Germany.  Instead of pointing the finger at Chamberlain, point the finger where it belongs, at the nitwits, including Woodrow Wilson, who worked out the Treaty of Versailles in 1918 and subjugated the Germanic people under the will of an international coalition, exactly what these same nitwits are now trying to do with Vlad the Impaler, Vladimir Putin.  Let’s subjugate the people of Russia.  Dumb idea.  Engage them.  Don’t subjugate them; engage them.  Try to make an ally out of them.  We have a lot more in common with the Russians today than we do most of the countries we try to make allies out of in the Middle East.  We don’t have anything in common with those Muslim countries, other than they have oil.  That’s the only thing we have in common with them.

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