Only a fool would have read that book and arrived at that conclusion. We have been governed by fools for so long than many people are unable to tell the difference.
In what sense did Britain win the Second World War? In what sense did Poland win the Second World War? Both countries lost the war.
As for America, it was FDR who foolishly got us involved in the U.N. and NATO, and who mired us in a thousand conflicts which are none of our business, and which have sapped our strength as a nation.
There is nothing whatsoever “anti-Catholic” about Pat Buchanan. He is one of the most serious Catholic conservatives around.
Buchanan is a fool. His "facts" about Danzig either show he is completely uneducated or he's a bald-faced liar.
Wow, way to come up with something irrelevant. Poland may not have "won" WWII. But that is not evidence that the USSR and Nazi Germany were just. Nazi Germany murdered many Polish, including a huge number of priests. Russia came through and did the same thing. (Karol Wojyla was saved by a mere accident) Now does the fact that Poland was in a rather unfortunate position after WWII somehow make those two facts somehow benevolent? That is a bizarre accident.
Furthermore, it's major logical flaw to somehow conclude that any stupid actions FDR may have undertaken, somehow vindicate Stalin or Hitler.
Sorry, no deal. Buchanan is neither Catholic or conservative. (He may be a baptized Catholic, but he is apostate) You may want to check out the writings of Eugenio Pacelli, who was Papal Nuncio to Germany in the 20s, and followed Germany in the 30s, and later became an important figure in the Church. His writings completely contradict everything Buchanan wrote, which may be why Buchanan collaterally approved of plans for his kidnap and murder. (Buchanan never says so much, but he approves of the plans which were to result in that.) Not too mention Buchanan's unapologetic support of communism.