A letter to the Times Of London

For the love of God; Stop.

In 1939, you resigned the Jews to their fate. Yes, you abandoned six million people to their deaths. You did not lift a finger. The effort you made to save art plundered from the Jews was not made to save one Jew. There was not one bomb for the twenty camps from Auschwitz to Westerbork.

You negotiate with a nation that vows to do it again.

You wrecked the entire middle east with your feckless and reckless lunacy in Iraq, Syria and Lybia. You learned nothing.

You talk and plan to aid the leading exponent of terror known to mankind. Iran has expended no effort to gain that unique distinction. You not only sit with them; you scurry, fawn and demean yourselves to find favour in the eyes of expansionistic, evangelical exponents of medieval barbarism.
You have failed and betrayed your friends. Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Syria and even Turkey stand with you in all our mutual fight against the IS.

You, in the fantasy based superficiality, that your enemy’s enemy is your friend, threw all your allies under the bus.


Your arrogance, greed and indifference are the order of the day. And when you are mistaken, yet again who will pay the price?

Not you, that is for sure.

Do you want to talk to Iran? Earn your right to do so. You walk that extra mile; you take a chance for progress as defined by your absurd rules; you bury your dead. Till then:-

For the love of God; Stop.

About the Author
Born in Leeds in 1944, Michael Benjamin is a retired Psychiatrist and medical auditor, co-founder of Oranit, aspiring author and inveterate cynic.
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