A thirty-second video advocating US action to stop the Iranian nuclear program has been aired on US television and is being circulated on the Internet. The video warns US President Barack Obama against making the same mistakes that then-British prime minister Neville Chamberlain made in his dealing with Adolf Hitler during World War II. "He honestly thought simply talking to your adversaries could change things," says a voice-over as still photos of Chamberlain and Hilter are shown on the screen. The British leader, the video said, "believed appeasement was the path to peace," leading to the death of 30 million people.RELATED:Iran to open nuclear plant in SeptemberUAE ambassador to US: 'Bomb Iran'On the backdrop of dramatic nuclear explosions, the short clip ends with the words "Mr president, stop Iran, now."The video was released by US lobby group Citizens United.