Israeli foreign minister's angry reaction to Israel's diplomatic loss is beyond irrational, it's f-ing nuts!
Israel was not willing to sacrifice its vital national interests and become a “second Czechoslovakia,” he said.
“All expressions and promises of commitment to Israel’s security from all around the world remind me of similar commitments made to Czechoslovakia [in 1938], and the pressure made on the Czech president to partition the Sudetenland.
After all the promises and guarantees that were provided, Nazi Germany occupied all of Czechoslovakia, bringing an end to its existence,” he said.
Let me tell you what's thoroughly nuts about this. It's not that Israel's US-gifted nuclear-capable military is maybe the fourth largest in the world and much more powerful than all its enemies combined. It's not that crazy Lieberman is trashing Europe (except for Czechs) for failing obey Israel and her rich uncle Sam as Tuvalu and Marshall Islands did. No, he already ranted about that a few days ago.
No, he's voicing is a specific objection to European Governments Summoning Ambassadors Over Israeli Settlement expansion.
So, that means Lieberman is equating Nazi Germany's grab of Sudatenland with diplomatic objections against expansion of Israeli settlements on Palestinian land (Illegal under international law, but more importantly under European Court of Justice).
And who are the Nazis in this analogy? Who else could it be other than the Palestinians who keep insisting on getting the West Bank, "encouraged" by cowardly European appeasers, just like pre-WWII?