I presume you are talking about Neville Chamberlain. England lost hundreds of thousands in the "Great War" and everyone in England knew personally someone who died in the war, so there was tremendous pressure not to go to war yet again when the memories of a war less than two decades ago were still fresh in everyone's memory. Also Chamberlain knew that England was not prepared to go to war against Germany and he was doing everything possible to buy time. Michael Moore is correct that "supporting the troops" has a hollow ring to it when we know that most American's will never be called to sacrifice anything when we go to war. We went blindly into Vietnam and Iraq two of the dumbest American wars ever and a needless sacrifice of Americans.