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Audio: John Kerry Turns Into Neville Chamberlain

Kerry and Obama bring upon the world another historic dupe of major proportions.
11/24/2013, 9:45 PM

A7 Radio's "Tamar Yonah show" with Tamar Yonah
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry serving under U.S. President Barack Hussein Obama, thrusts the world into another major blunder as did British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain when he foolishly waved a paper in the air bearing Herr Hitler's signature for 'Peace in our Time', thinking that he could negotiate with an intolerant racist tyrant.  And so it is the same with Iran today, under its radical Islamic regime.  One cannot negotiate with an entity that does not want peace, rather, it wants to conquer you, and no one cam hammer out a diplomatic agreement with a foe such as this.  

Also, Tamar reads a story publicized on Breitbart, about a Christian young woman working in a field in northeast Nigeria, who was kidnapped by a Militant Muslim extremest group, and forced to convert to Islam at knife point.   She was then forced to be a bride for one of the terrorists. She tried to escape, but did she?  Tamar talks about the rise in kidnappings ad that these statistics will rise further if justice in not meted out. 
I.Q. Al Rassooli later joins Tamar and describes a scenario, on what it could be like in America (or any country) in which its population grew to be 10-15%% Muslim.  Would it be similar to the small Nazi group who later took over all of Germany?  And even if not, would it be enough to prevent police from entering their areas to enforce the law or free kidnapped women?  This is a hard-hitting show that doesn't hold punches.

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File:Bundesarchiv Bild 183-H12967, Münchener Abkommen, Chamberlain.jpg
British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain arrives at Munich for the Munich Conference, 29 September 1938. Credit: German Federal Archive  / Wiki Commons

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