I have been very concerned about what is happening in the Middle East. I see many parallels to prewar and WWII Germany. No one likes war. I don’t. In the past, we asked the Germans, “How could you let this happen”? They replied, “We didn’t know until it was too late.”
What will our children’s children say to us? We can’t say, “I didn’t know.” We are seeing it on the Internet and on TV. I don’t know what the answer is, but I don’t want history to say to us, “Why didn’t you do more? How could you let this happen?”
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