He was no appeaser
, but the administration seemed to have believed that he was an opportunist (like most others), a man able to see which side of his bread can be buttered and willing to do it.
are indirectly calling on the UN Security Council to drop its one demand and enter into "unconditional negotiations" with the Islamic Republic.
I'm a reluctantly retired Cold Warrior, not an appeaser
also thought they were being moral by recognizing the ethnic principle in Czechoslovakia.
Two exceptions to the appeasers
of terrorism are, of course, the United States and Great Britain.
It would mean that he'd have to acknowledge that we can't run the world by ourselves, that we need the French and the Germans after all, and that those Democrat appeasers
(and even Dick Lugar) were right when they said we couldn't do without allies.
In any event, Churchill, having stiffened the backbone of the appeasers
, had then to confront Hitler alone, at least for the time being.
Therefore,MPs should have buckled under the tide of appeasers
and voted against theGovernment.
STOUT-HEARTED sporting ambassadors, or spineless appeasers
, depending on your point of view, the England cricket squad will shortly be setting off to Zimbabwe for the 2003 Cricket World Cup.
They cling to their defences of the appeasers
and regret the supposedly simplistic character of the tale that Carley weaves.
But the implication contained in the Churchill comparison, that those of us who question US policy on Iraq are appeasers
, is offensive and wrong.
News & World Report, "Nor was it hasty and unwise, as the appeasers
tell us, to fire a shot across the bow of Iran's rulers .
159), and a less selective reading of such notorious appeasers
as the Liberal peer Lord Lothian (p.
Carley describes his book as a story of heroes and villains -- with the appeasers
playing the villains and those who sought to create the grand alliance the heroes.
choose to divert resources from them and funnel these resources to either the normal demanders or especially the greedy.