January 14, 2013
"The West was lucky once. It may not be so lucky again."
Because their possessions were great, the appeasers had much to lose... so, with their eyes open,
they sought accommodation with a criminal regime, turned a blind eye to its iniquities, ignored its frequent resort to murder and torture, submitted to extortion, humiliation, and abuse until, having sold out all who had sought to stand shoulder to shoulder with
BritainAmerica and keep the bridge against the new barbarism, they led EnglandAmerica herself into the cold damp shadow of the gallows.... William Manchester quoted at Belmont Club ｻ Expired Guarantees
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