Fair enough! It appears I'm not alone in the misattrtibution. But the sentiment stands anyway. Quite. I made a similar point earlier in the thread, and the comparison can be expanded further. "It's not Nazism, but Nazismism that's the problem." "You only understand the subtleties if you read Mein Kampf in the original German." "Peaceful philosophy perverted by a tiny minority of extremists.." "We need to reach out to the majority of moderate Nazis" And, while this debate goes on, continue to import millions of Nazis into free and democratic societies. Yes that would have worked out rather differently. Although, you could argue that the appeasers did quite a few of the above in the early to mid 30s. Again, without success.