Frank E Gibbard Posted August 27, 2014 Share Posted August 27, 2014 "Peace for our time" said Neville Chamberlainon return from his meeting with "Herr Hitler."A piece of paper fluttered in the air of Heston."Peace" meant nothing like he had saughtof course as war history so horribly tells;false assurance is what your confidencetrickster always smoothly and slyly sells.The poor PM had bearded, he thought,that dragon in his den, but its dimmedflame, neatly trimmed,simply lured him in;would blacken Nev’s name and ruin oncefine career and reputation. Confidence wasmisplaced in this appeasement, it is our timefor good old Winston, called a grateful nation. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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