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It prolongs violence and suffering, more to the Arabs that the appeasers claim to support, than to the Israelis, who know that they can depend only on the strength of their own people.
I'm a reluctantly retired Cold Warrior, not an appeaser. I've never appeased anyone.
Stuffed with half-baked historical hindsight, these politicians self-righteously condemned the appeasers, without any proper understanding of the context.
WINSTON CHURCHILL said, "An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last." Einstein once quipped, "I never think of the future--it comes soon enough," and Henry David Thoreau advised, "Do not hire a man who does your work for money, but him who does it for love of it." And these days it seems that pearls of wisdom--and a few grains of sand--are in abundance.
His wartime experiences later encouraged Seely to become an appeaser of Hitler and Mussolini, but he was misguided, not Mosleyite.
John Paul, survivor of Nazism and witness to communism's demise, cannot be dismissed or caricatured as an appeaser or European softie.
Marks and Amos Perlmutter, among others, of Roosevelt as an "appeaser" of Soviet power in Europe and elsewhere.
As controversy raged over the book, Alec Douglas-Home, a loyal appeaser at Neville Chamberlain's side in Munich, was Britain's foreign secretary; in 1963, he became prime minister.
The literature and our interviews point to four predominant resource management styles that chairs employ: the burnout, the rational strategist, the rogue, and the appeaser. These styles refer to the chair's important role in the allocation of resources, a role that takes up a great deal of time and psychic energy.
In the 1930's he was an isolationist and an appeaser. As late as 1940, he believed Hitler could be bought off.
For all May's plastic Churchillian rhetoric, she is a gutless appeaser.
Obama with Hitler appeaser Neville Chamberlain for the handshake but he, Joe Lieberman and Lindsey Graham shook hands with Muammar Gadhafi in August 2009 and in less than two years all three wanted to assassinate their Libyan buddy.