'ief and Rehabilitation Agency), Communists, Soviel spies, and fellow travelers filled practically all of the contptf)
hng positions in that organization.22
ll whs largely through the control and
clever use of billions of dollars worth of
American goods given through UNRRA
'or relief to people' in war-ravaged nations of Central Europe that the Communists manaacd lo lake' over those
lhe ("onnntinisl e emspiralors tried I"
give lie I niie-el Nalions total control
over Vmerican foreign poliev. They did
not succeed completely; bul as a result
of their manipulations, the United Na-
hons did become the keystone of American foreign policy.
"In our fatuous efforts to operate
within the framework of the United Nations Charter, we have' voluntarily given
the I nili'il Nalions a vein over our for-
''tgn poliev. For ten years we have operated without an independent foreign
Policy. We clear all major decisions
through the United Nalions or eil least
*ith specific eillics of ours in the United
"ations in such a way thai American
foreign policy, in many
ls actually controlled I
ATTLEE FIRED MacARTHUR?
ll is not, for example, stretching a
Point to sav that Clement Attlee, the
^ocialisl Prime Minister of Ureal Bri-
lai'i. find General Douglas MacArthur.
tarry Tinman, of course, actually did
le firing hui primarily in response to
Pressure from England and other United
Nations members who wanted to get rid
"' MacArthur because MacArthur was
n implacable fur of communism.
' veu the Dean Acheson State Depart-
J'tii wanted to give our commanders in
p""'a the authority to order their air
.0r'e lei follow Communisl planes in
'"' pursuit when the Communists came
cross the Veilu River to attack our men.
Ml1 when Vcheson cleared this matter
J1'" the I iiiirel Nations, he was turned
—Wide World Photo
John Marshall Harlan
TS FORUM NEWS, April, 1955
—Wide World Photos
Italian children (at top) are served lunch by UNRRA at a school near Pietrala. Another
phase of UNRRA work has the girls (lower photo) sorting discarded U.S. Army boots for
repair and distribution to the Italian people.
to be strafed and murdered by the enemy, and wniildn I Iel them strike back.23
The Communist conspirators have
managed to control American foreign
poliev bv the simple device of hypnotizing us with the senseless idea of collective security through the I nited Nations.
The phrase, "collective security," in-
ridentafiy, is a coinage of thai foxy old
Bolshevik, Maxim Litvinov, who obtained recognition for the Sen iel Union
from President Roosevelt back in 1933.
On many tragic occasions such as
those in Korea, when we held our armies
back to keep them from destroying the
Communists; when we sent drafted
American boys to die in Korea, instead
of giving training and equipment to
adequate numbers of South Koreans
and Chinese Nationalists who wanted to
fight the Communists; when we walked
int.. truce talk traps that ihe Communists sel for us: and when we accepted,
finally, the Communisl terms for a
stalemate armistice and thus savcel tin
Communists from utter ruin we wen'
voluntarily surrendering lo ihe 1 nited
Nations our essential sovereignty: thai
is. our independence In lake- strong, unilateral action in our own national interest.28
The Communist conspirators who
winked feverishly behind lln- scenes lo
sel up ihe United Nations planned lee
control American domestic poliev indirectly through the I nited N;tlinns and
ils specialized agencies by committing
America, through treaties and executive
agreements, in senialisiie' legislation,
foreign giveaway programs, ami international trade ,,m,,'->i,,n-s.:>"
INROADS UPON U.S. LAW AND LIFE
Here again, they have' nol wholly succeeded; hui they have' made dangerous
inroads upon American constitutional
law and upon ..ur own control over our
I N schemers prepared a charter for
a I \ agencj to be called the International Trade Organization. This thing
would have given I nited Nations bureaucrats autocratic control over Vmerican foreign commerce. The Acheson
State Department approved ihis [TO
thing. Iml ii died when Congress refused In suppler! il.-1
ihi' IN schemers are, nonetheless,
partially achieving the [TO objective
through GATT - the General Agreements on Traeli' and Tariffs which
ran be handled bv executive action without congressional approval.
Vmerican laws dealing wilh ~i i ie i K
local, domestic American affairs have
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