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A Soldier's Warning: Obama's Latter-Day "Munich" - Israel in the Crosshairs

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Published on Mar 13, 2013

WILLIAM LANGFAN STORY
MARCH 13, 2013

A Soldier's Warning: Obama's Latter-Day "Munich" Puts Israel in the Crosshairs
This fall will mark the anniversary of a shameful betrayal of a small nation, one that led to a world war in which upwards of 60 million people died. September 30, 2013 will be 75 years to the day when British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain and French Prime Minister Edouard Daladier cemented their agreement with Hitler to force democratic Czechoslovakia to relinquish the Sudetenland, an ethnically German region, to the Nazis.
As you'll see in this interview, William Langfan, a World War II veteran who witnessed the catastrophic consequences of Chamberlain's appeasement of Hitler, warns that President Obama - together with Great Britain, France and others in the European Union -- is about to do the same thing to Israel.
Obama is scheduled to travel to Israel next month. He is expected to hold talks with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and visit Yad Vashem and Mount Herzl cemetery, and possibly to visit Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank.
Now that he's been re-elected and no longer has to worry about alienating American Jewish voters, Obama feels free to take a hard line in demanding Israeli concessions for "peace," says Langfan, who earlier this month (March 4) turned 91.
Langfan says he "absolutely" believes that Obama's approach toward Israel is analogous to the Franco/British handling of Czechoslovakia in 1938. He said that in both cases, more powerful democratic nations have sought to force smaller, embattled ones to "weaken" themselves by making dangerous concessions to hostile dictatorial enemies, be they Hitler or the Palestinian Authority.

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