A recent letter to the editor on hoping for a “chance of peace” was obviously written in hopes that Iran will agree to a treaty of true and honest peace. Good treaties between honest nations allow both to prosper. Poor treaties often cause more harm than good. From what I have seen, read and heard, Iran is a shameful, dishonest, murdering dictatorship. Is this the country we want to make a treaty with?

It reminds me of British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, in 1938, declaring “peace in our time” after signing the Munich pact with Adolf Hitler.

Unfortunately, it was a very short peace.

KENNETH ANDERSON JR.

Planters Curve

Mount Pleasant