Well it was a treaty. not terrorism. harsh though it may have been.
But it's an interesting justification for nazi germany
You don't believe in state terrorism to start with, so it's a point we won't be able to discuss properly.
They elected the whacko that offered to end it, of course it's an interesting justification for nazi germany. It is the main antecedent for WWII, in my opinion.
To develop their conscience and consciousness, to make them aware of what is going on, to prepare the precarious ground for the future alternatives—this is our task: "our" not only as Marxists but as intellectuals, and that means all those who are still free and able to think by themselves and against indoctrination, communist as well as anticommunist.
Socialist Humanism?, Herbert Marcuse, 1965