I want to play a hypothetical game here, and change a few of the labels - but not the substance - of this remark:
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moonU.K. Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain warned on Friday that airstrikes against Islamist militants in IraqGermans in Czechoslovakia could be counter-productive unless moves were made to create an inclusive government.
"Military strikes against (
ISILthe Nazis) might have little lasting effect or even be counter-productive if there is no movement towards inclusive government in IraqCzechoslovakia," Ban said, referring to the Islamic State of Iraq and the LevantNationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei.
Just my two cents' worth, but I think the parallels are a little too close for comfort.
Just fyi: the "excuse" for invading Czechoslovakia was in large part the Nazi's claim that ethnic Germans there were suffering under the hands of the Czech government.