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Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 12, December 1956
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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 12, December 1956 - File 007. 1956-12. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 24, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/699/show/636.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 12, December 1956
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date December 1956
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • Dallas, Texas
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  • journals (periodicals)
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  • Text
Identifier AP2.F146 v. 5 1956; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • Energy & Sustainability Research Collection
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Transcript Views conflicting with a portion of this article are expressed in "An Historic Precedent" on page 8, which includes excerpts from the report of the churchmen's delegation to Russia. Brrison duty all over the world after I victorious war; we do not care to ind out who the real culprit is. The time for action, vigorous, cour- geous, persistent, and consistent ac- ion, is far too long overdue. There ust come forward the crusading Sucleus of men which will swell in (lumbers until millions of us are en- olled in the service of freedom's ause. The leadership must come from (Den of God, from men of all religions nd denominations united for manners common good. It is their responsibility in the first place. They are tbe tentinels of morality, and tbe struggle gainst the Soviet menace is primarily moral one. As Dr. Daniel A. Poling 'emarked in his radio broadcast on September 18, 1955: "If Christ shall feign, then communism cannot sur- Bve. There is and can be no affinity fetween Christianity and atheistic communism. Between these two there is an impassable gulf. One or the other must give and go." We have witnessed the murder and enslavement of millions of men, women, anel children; we have known for years that the Stalinists bad murdered tens of thousands of men of God like- yourselves, and what have we done about it? What meetings have been held in these United States to protest against the- outrages? What protest nine lies have been recorded since the man-made hurricane xvas let loose by Lenin ancl bis cohorts on November 7, 1917? No one could truthfully claim lack of information about tbe true state of affairs behind the Iron Curtain, We have had hundreds of thousands of escapees in the free world, the living witnesses of the Soviet inferno, and we have made very little use of their know ledge to lay bare the story which we must know for our own good. From the very inception Lenin, the arch-conspirator for world enslavement, had reminded us time and time again: "We have never concealed the fact that our revolution is only the beginning, that it will lead to a victorious ending only then when we shall have inflamed the whole world with its revolutionary fires." Those pronouncements once sounded like the ravings of a madman. No one took them seriously. But look what lias happened in the interim! One third of the* human race under the bloody rule of the enemy; the earth drenched with the blood of millions of men and women resisting enslavement; the Siberian tundras fertilized with the bones of Christian victims. Our Diplomatic Bedfellows The enemy is cunning, determined. He works day and night against us. A Stalinist anywhere in the- world is ready to give his life at the drop of a hat if the Communist Party so orders. Are we as zealous about defending our heritage? Anyone who entertains tbe illusion that coexistence with evil Stalinism is possible or desirable i.s not intelligent enough to know what is good for his country or himself. Wo have had coexistence with the enemy since November, 1933, when we became diplomatic- bedfellows with him. Has it improved our relations xxith tbe Kremlin gangsters? On the contrary, they have worsened. In 1933 the Soviets were economically and industrially impotent. With our recognition came world-wide prestige. That was what the Communists wanted more than anything else. It opened to them unlimited opportunities all over the world, for many gov- *°'ingen, West Germany. Thc latest American 'cedom House, established early Ihis year by ^e American Friends of Russian Freedom. Offi- c,als of the West German government, American Authorities and representatives of the AFRF were 1'esent at the opening. The speeches were car- r'ed lo Russia by the various radio stations operating in Germany. "This is friendship in action," '-le Russian escapees from Communist tyranny ePt repeating during the exercises. ostwar Russian escapees in the lounging room &' the Freedom House in Solingen. Note the youth the escapees — all of them born and reared ""der the Stalin regime. The youth of Russia is 'I revolt. If the free world would only take the "Uportunity to exploit this, the existence of the ""'et nightmare might be shortened. -'acts Forum News, December, 1956 Page 5
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