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“What’s past is prologue.”

“It’s like déjà vu all over again.”

“History doesn’t repeat itself but it often rhymes.”

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  1. Before entering WWII, the United States subverted the Neutrality Act by towing American-made military aircraft across the Canadian border where Canadians took possession and shipped them to Britain. Towing Polish MIG fighters across the Ukrainian border seems to be an analogous situation. If we’re giving Ukraine antiaircraft and antitank missiles, we should not balk at giving them aircraft, armored vehicles, long-range rockets, and artillery. All wars are ultimately about food, energy, and natural resources, which politicians collectively call national security or interests. It is our national interest to contain Russia, China, and Iran before they establish insurmountable world dominance of food, energy, and resources.

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