On June 25 of 1950 -- “625” as it’s known in South Korea -- the Stalinist North Korean regime launched a savage and unprovoked attack that nearly overran the South.
Ultimately the United States, along with Britain, Canada, Australia and others, managed to stem the tide and rescue South Korea.
But the war only happened because American authorities willfully discarded the lessons of the coming of World War II just five years after that conflict ended.
It is astounding how resistant democracies are to the simple truth that weakness encourages aggression.
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