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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 008. 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/637.

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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.
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  • 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 ™ ernnients followed our example and extended recognition to the same power. We failed to realize that whenever the enemy wants anything badly, and he certainly wanted recognition very badly just as the Chinese bandits now want it. it is proof that it is going to benefit him at our expense. Our country became the hunting ground of many thousands of Soviet spying commissions, spying on our industries, laboratories, stealing our priceless technology acquired at great cost in labor and money. Our sales to the Soviets actually dropped after recognition. The Kremlin had gotten what it wanted, and we learned that all the talk about orders running into the billions was only a bait to get us into the trap. A little country like Cuba has been buying from us many times the amount we ever shipped to Russia, except for the war years when we gave away our substance to help rescue Stalin and his gangsters from annihilation by Germany and the Russian peoples. We Betray Our Allies All this has helped the enemy to tighten the noose around the necks of his enslaved peoples — our only allies in the world. Khrushchev's goal is the same as Stalin's ever was. Khrush- e hex's crocodile tears at thc 20th Congress of the Communist Party last February, shed over the fact that even he and his immediate associates never knew if they would come out alive from a conference with Stalin, were designed to deceive the Russian peoples, to deceive the gullible free world, fie- and Bulganin and Mikoyan and Molotov and the rest of the camarilla were Stalin's closest satraps. They made Stalin's purge's and sadistic actions possible. And noxv that their master is dead they must continue the same tyranny or be torn to tatters by their outraged peoples. Permit me to ask you, is it in our interest to hobnob xvith such sadists? Is it moral to sit xvith them at the conference table, knowing in advance that they will never abide- by their spoken or written word? What have we ever accomplished by conferring with them in the- past? And since our trading with them, exchanging industrial, scientific-, ancl educational delegations can only benefit tbe enemy, is it not stupid of us to participate in such exchanges? I can assure you that had we aske-el the Russian peoples, had the President Page 6 of the United States consulted some of the thousands of Russian escapees in our midst and in Europe before going to Geneva last summer, they would have begged him not to grace the Soviet savages with his presence; they would have pleaded with him not to trade with them, not to permit a single Soviet mission to set foot on American soil, not to exchange scientific information of any sort. They would have urged him to chase the Soviet Embassy spy nest out of this country; to drive the Soviet saboteurs out of the United Nations, or ourselves get out of there. The Geneva Conference, a fiasco for us, has worked out just as Khrushchev has planned it. The delegation-exchange epidemic, a by-product of the Geneva Conference, has been running riot ever since. Although Molotov torpedoed the so-called "Geneva spirit," his wishes are being fulfilled to the limit. He had asked for "mutual exchange of delegations and reciprocal xisits of representatives of industry, agriculture, and trade for the purpose of exchanging experience and learning of tbe achievements of respective countries in these fields. . . ." Why not? Our delegations have nothing to learn from such visits. If they have anything worth while for us, they will never let us see or find out about it. Most of the receptions are staged for foreigners in order to brainwash and induce them to brainwash their home folks. The full story of hoxv this is being staged has never been told. Too many of our officials have been intimidated. For example: An article of mine on how the Soviets are stealing our industrial secrets was first accepted for publication by a leading journal and then refused because, as one of the editors told me later, "we have been advised by the State Department not to needle the Russians." It is possible that my article giving the facts how the Soviets are brainwashing foreign visitors to give them false impressions of conditions in Russia was refused by leading journals because of fear that it might spoil the honeymoon with communism ushered in by the "Geneva Spirit." But is it not strange that while we tremble- in our shoes about what the Kremlin might say or do, the enenl) seems to have no fear of us and DBS been needling us not with a pin or a needle but with bullets - by shooting down our unarmed planes, blackening our reputation all over the world, refusing to return hundreds of our naval ships le-nt to them for the prosecution of a war which ended eleven years ago? I often wonder if we are still justified in calling this "the home of the brave." It is still the land of the ire'' thank God. But how long can it remain so if we lose our courage to fight for the cause of freedom and justice and mercy and the' dignity of man? What is the true reason for this sorry state? Ignorance, of course- Ignorance begets fear, and fear begets cowardice. Can men of God afford to permit In 1953 the American Friends of Russian Freedom were able to start Christmas parties in *<!' Freedom Houses for Christians who had never been permitted to have a Christmas celebration '" the land of communism. The people behind the Iron Curtain know about these festivities from »•" broadcasts by the Voice of America. Facts Forum News, December, 1956
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