Albert Einstein once said, "The world is a dangerous place, not, because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on and doing about it. You and your country can unfortunately be classified as one of those who "do nothing about it." Your decision to condone rather than to participate in the broad based multi-lateral liberation of Iraq was a very unfortunate decision. France of all countries should know the true horror of an evil dictator after experiencing the wrath of Nazi occupation in the Second World War. It may be cliché to say history repeats itself; but if you would have taken a look at the hard evidence, you would know history's repetition was right around the corner and yes, I am referring to the infamous Adolf Hitler. The side-by-side comparisons of Hitler and Saddam Huseein are shocking.
Following the end of the First World War, Germany signed the Treat of Versailles bringing an end to hostilities while agreeing to a number of military and economic sanctions in an effort to avert any further conflict. Following his rise to power, Hitler repeatedly violated these sanctions, yet faced no penalties as he was repeatedly appeased by many nations. Like Hitler, Saddam Hussein agreed to a "cease-fire" to end the Gulf War and was subject to sanctions by the United Nations, time and time again Hussein has violated these sanctions with little or no punishment. It is nations like yours sir who make our world a more dangerous place with these policies of appeasement rather than accountability.
Like Hitler, Hussein has used the economic sanctions placed on his country, although not unfair by any means, as a rallying point against his enemies. And like Hitler, Hussein has used the historical borders of his country as an excuse to invade his neighbors. Hitler has invaded Austria and the Sudetenland in 1938 reclaiming land that historically has belonged to Germany, and before then, the Prussian Kingdom.