My Favorite Quotes
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 Michael Scheuer - “It's not a choice between war and peace. It's a choice between war and endless war. It's not appeasement. I think it's better even to call it American self-interest.”  
 Paddy Ashdown - “The generous way of putting it is that we were not ready for this. The less generous way is to say How was it possible to return to the politics of appeasement of the 1930s”  
 Ayman al-Zawahiri - “It is imperative that, in addition to force, there be an appeasement of Muslims and a sharing with them in governance.”  
 Francois Hollande - “Do you think the many students and workers who have been fighting against this text for months ... will understand the president's decision (if he passes the law) Do you think that will be a factor of appeasement, a solution for the country”  
 John Bolton - “The European arguments against the Iran-Libya Sanctions Act demonstrate that some Europeans have never lost faith in appeasement as a way of life. It is clear that Iran is cynically manipulating gullible (or equally cynical) Europeans to advance its development of weapons of mass destruction.”  
 Rajnath Singh - “Congress should stop its politics of appeasement.”  
 Laurie Taylor - “Citizen participation is just an appeasement by the board for people who have an issue. It was not the forum in which to change something.”  
 Fouad Alaoui - “We would have liked that the wish for appeasement had prevailed.”  
 George Bush - “In this century, when evil men plot chemical, biological and nuclear terror, a policy of appeasement could bring destruction of a kind never before seen on this earth. Terrorists and terrorist states do not reveal these threats with fair notice in formal declarations. And responding to such enemies only after they have struck first is not self defense. It is suicide. The security of the world requires disarming Saddam Hussein now.”  
 Mr Bush - “Ahmadi-Nejad is a result of all this appeasement,”  
 David Beck - “What happened was a terrible tragedy. You don't honor (the victims) by wrongfully prosecuting these pilots. This is political appeasement of Canadians who are angry.”  
 George Allen - “The idea of reasoning with terrorists without force or with appeasement is naive, and I think it's dangerous.”  
 William White - “Any appeasement of tyranny is treason to this republic and to the democratic ideal”  
 Ronald Reagan - “Admittedly, there is a risk in any course we follow other than this, but every lesson in history tells us that the greater risk lies in appeasement, and this is the specter our well-meaning liberal friends refuse to face.”  
 Vaira Freiberga - “We have seen the results of appeasement. ... It is much easier to tolerate a dictator when he is dictating over somebody else's life and not your own,”  
 Margaret Thatcher - “I seem to smell the stench of appeasement in the air.”  
 Yevgeny Primakov - “Has the United States changed during this time It has. You won't hear it said in the American leadership, as was the case at the beginning of the war in Iraq, that there must be no trace of the UN, least of all the UN flag, there. Now, on the contrary, there are appeals for the UN to participate more extensively in these events for the sake of appeasement, stabilization of the situation.”  
 Anthony Eden - “You may gain temporary appeasement by a policy of concession to violence, but you do not gain lasting peace that way.”  
 Ambrose Gwinett Bierce - “POSTERITY, n. An appellate court which reverses the judgment of a popular author's contemporaries, the appellant being his obscure competitor.”