Is the old saying "The enemy of my enemy is my friend" a trustworthy statement - or to what extent is it that?

The proverb says (or perhaps just insinuates) that there can be trust and for those that you share a common enemy with. Is that quite sensible? 'Cause I believe there will be just an alliance rather than an allegiance between them. Right?!Wink

Liked this question? Tell your friends about it

Related Questions

Other people asked questions on similar topics, check out the answers they received:

Asked: Language

Which is the oldest language?

Asked: What language is Hawaon ne poocha kaun hai yeh ...

what language is Hawaon ne poocha kaun hai yeh ajnabi and what does it mean?

Asked: Is vegetarian culture accepted in Greece?

Is vegetarian culture accepted in Greece?

More Questions

Thank all of you, I am no longer looking for Patty, She was my friend in

Did you try looking in facebook? Almost 99.9% of people around the world is on facebook. Online High School

Inneed old emails that was sent to me from two accounts from 2007 thru

If something was important to you, you would have saved it on your computer, right?

My close friend has leukemia. She won't eat ...

Cancer is complicated emotionally, physically and psychologically. It is addressed by those who are treating the patient...or should be. Living with someone you hate and living a life you hate is one of the reasons people succumb to cancers of all types. Of course not eating right throughout ...

What is the saying white elephant

WHITE ELEPHANT In Siam (modern day Thailand) white or pale elephants were very valuable. The king sometimes gave white elephant to a person he disliked. It might seem a wonderful gift but it was actually a punishment because it cost so much to keep!