Great Britian did not have to get involved in World War II
BUCHANAN: Well, what did Churchill want to go to war for? First, he wanted to go to war for Czechoslovakia, to maintain that ramshackle state that had been set up at Versailles. Second, he thought they should go to war on behalf of Danzig and the Polish Corridor and against Nazi Germany for that. How did Czechoslovakia wind up? How did Poland wind up? The Poles lost somewhere between five and six million people in the war and ended up in the maw of Joseph Stalin, a man far more evil, even from the beginning, than even was Adolf Hitler, who killed many more millions than Adolf Hitler ever killed. The consequence of Churchill’s desire to get into a war with Germany and to bring down Nazi Germany at all costs was a success. He did help bring down Germany. His resistance and refusal to negotiate in 1940 to 1941 led Hitler to attack Great Britain, and then he declared war on the United States. So it brought Hitler down, and it brought Great Britain down, which was on food stamps in 1945, living off the Americans. It brought the British Empire down. It led to the death of 100 million people in central and eastern Europe, and indeed, many in western Europe, the complete destruction of Germany, and the fact that Stalin and the PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API pdfcrowd.com Europe, and indeed, many in western Europe, the complete destruction of Germany, and the fact that Stalin and the Americans, who pushed the British aside, then ruled the world. Now if that’s your great goal, that we’re going to bring down Hitler even if we bring down everything else, I mean, that’s the so-called Samson Option.
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