Peace in our Time but at the right Time

Everyone wants benefits without costs.

Peace without preparation or clout-building.

This is a natural tendency that has resulted in a 1,000 franchisee leaders trusting emissaries “too much” and then being sold out by predator franchisors. Then off we go to Poland.

Neville Chamberlain did that and history judges him a fool for signing with Adolf Hitler the Munich Agreement in 1938.

Trust yes. But trust based on behaviour not words.

John Cleese and Peter Cook take a look at this deadly serious matter in a lighthearted manner.

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