Iran: Trump Would Not Allow History to Repeat Itself

Alexander G. Markovsky
American Thinker
Announcing the United States’ withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal, President Donald Trump described the agreement with Iran as “the worst” agreement ever negotiated. A short trip through history reveals that it may not be “the worst,” but certainly is not the first of this nature. “History repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce,” famously said Karl Marx. He proved to be wrong. History keeps repeating itself as tragedy after tragedy because we stubbornly refuse to learn from it.
British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli returned from Berlin in 1878 stating, “I have returned from Germany with peace for our time.” That peace ended with World War I. Sixty years later, another British statesman Neville Chamberlain proclaimed “peace for our time” after signing an agreement with Hitler in Munich in 1938. The agreement was praised and celebrated in Europe and across the Atlantic. In a letter to Canadian

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