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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 4, April 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
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  • Facts Forum
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  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date April 1955
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. 4 1955; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries
  • Facts Forum News
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Transcript threats, bul the Soviel people is met easily frightened and nobody could sue- eee-el in frightening it. Ill the presenl circumstances tbe .So- wet I nion will continue lo stand as a sentinel of peeiee and increase its mili- tiiry defense. Sj The governmenl of lhe Soviet Union will strengthen collaboration and brotherly friendship with the Chinese' People's Republic and wilh all other People's Democracies, ssill work to reslore German unit}' on a peaceful ;ku1 democratic basis, to broaden and augment cultural and business relations and cultural exchange with eill the countries that maintain normal relations with the Soviel I nion. \\ hal can one say of those shortsighted politicians who regard our peaceful disposition as a kind of manifestation of our weakness? They must remember, first of all, the recent lessons of history, the fate of the Hitlerite aggressors, ll is known that there have been other adventurers who conspired againsl our motherland. They all have met with a shameful defeat. Our people bene- alw;i\s I,ecu able lo stand up for themselves and have given a crushing rebuff to all who have made em attempt against their freedom and independence. So it will he in the fulure. A- before, it musl be our task to pill unhestitatinglv into effect lhe leaching- of Lenin, to he constantly vigilant and guard like thr apple of our eve- our armed furies and ihr defensive capaeitj of our country. During the great patriotic war the Soviel \rmy showed its superiority over the opponrnt's army, and our eeimee- mrnt surpassed the armaments eel the Herman army, al thai limr regarded as the l»es| among lhe rapiteilisl countries. INCREASED MILITARY STRENGTH To maintain in fulure the superiority achieved by Soviet arms over the capitalist armies the Central Committee and the government carried out a greal lask during the postwar period and achieved greal success in supplying our armed forces with new. most modern arms and military technique. At present we have a firsl, lass, well- armed and militarily fit army, air force anil navy, ready to accomplish any task set by the Communisl party and il"' Soviel governmenl to insure thr firm security of our country. Thr strengthening of thr defensive power of the state and thr 1111111111111111"' of ihr military fitnrss of thr geellellil armed forces em thr level dictated b] the interests of our country, thr inter- national situation and lb,- developments in military science will continue to " main one of the main cares ol nut' part) and government. Comrades, Deputies, the unbreakable union of the people, the governmen anel the Communisl party, the moral and political unity of tin- Soviet society, the friendship of our peoples eiml the readiness eef the Soviel people' to wor» heroieedlj for the good of the Socialist fatherland have eilwei\s heen lhe migh'] source of the strength of the Soviel stale. !_.» &^_ There can be no doubt thai in lb1' future. Ion. Ihe working class, the collective farm peasaulrj and lln- intclli" genlsiei eef our eeniiili'v will spare "" effort to raise slill further the ting'1'1 of the I nion of Soviel Socialist lb" publics and to achieve new success i" ihe building of communism. Physician Diagnoses Communism Dr. Fred Sehwsrz is a surgeon and psychiatrist who left his medical practice in Australia to wage ee one-man war against communism. His Christian Anti-Communism Crusade lias offices ni Waterloo, Iowa. He is iiiui'li iii demand as a speaker anil his anti-CommunisI pamphlets have sold widely. The following seleriions are excerpts from The Heart. Mind and Saul of Communism; The Christian iiisuer to Communism, and The ( ommunist Interpretation of Peace. The mass-murder program of communism is a logical and inescapable consequence of their basir beliefs. It is science in a,'tion. ... Recently I conversed with two very well.known men, each of whom had been a member of the American Communist party for many years. 'If both I asked the same' question, "What are the plans of the American Communist party is ith regard to liquidation in this country?' Both replied in this vein: I often heard it discussed in party circles. The argument went like this: The character disease, is derived from the capitalistic system. Capitalism in America is more developed than in any other country. Therefore its imprint in personality is deeper, lln- percentage to be liquidated here will be correspondingly higher, \- a tentative figure shall we sav aboul one-third of the American people will be marked for liquidation. . . . • • • It is amazing how the delusion lingers In academic, religious and labor circles that communism i- merely the revolt of workers against tyranny. In spite of the utterly irrefutable evidence to the con- Page 36 lr,M\ thi- belief lingers mi. It ignores utterly the clear truth thai the onl) countries that have fallen under (a.ni- munisl domination air those with a common border with another Communisl country. Since lln- Bolshevik conquest of Itussia no country has spontaneously turned Communisl. Surely the meanesl intelligence should hr able to answer these questions: "Is East Germany Communist and West Germany nun.Communisl because of economic conditions or because of ihr presence ol the lied Army einel proximity I,. Russia?" "Is North Korea Communist and South Korea non-CommunisI because of economic conditions or because of the proximity of Russia and Red China in North Korea?" If the economic conditions of the whole world vastb im pro\ed. the Communisl parly would merely intensify it- efforts lo come to power. In 1019 the country of Australia sseis eit the' very pe-eik ,.f prosperity hut the Communist conspiracy came within an inch of the conquest of the entire country. Communism is the scientific exploitation of communal force of any nature in lln- effort to bring a minority lo absolute power. Tlie early Conn11"' nisi leaders wen- middle class intelli' luals and not children of labor. Tl"'"' fanatical r: ligtonists, for such the < ('"' munists really are, will certainly expl"1 economic hardship for their own p1"' poses but that 1- lev no in.'ems tin' ""■ force they will exploit. They will '''.'' deavor to utilize nn\ situation for ll"'1' purposes. To ibis end the) «ill lir. chef* ami betray eiml 1,, do so actually '"j come virtuous in their system of n""';l' itv. They exploit nationalism, religi'"'; color, creed, in fact, am and ever) I"1'' in which human nature is prone. To '" lieve lhal communism i- primarily a '\ Milt against poverty is to bill victim ''' thr Marxist snare, anil to teach lhal '"",', tnunisin ran be stopped b) ihr sirflP. improvement in economic condition8 in fall lo th.' level e.f contemptible |>0"' tired quackery. . . . Stalin defines lln- term "Dictai Tl,,- rule, l< atorsbj of thr Proletariat" as "Thr rule, basfj on force and unrestricted b) law, '<' t Proletarial umi the Bourgeoisie. . simply ihis means the rule, based force and unrestricted bv law, of FACTS FORUM NEWS. April, fi ."sel (a Norm i, S said ■"""' f P '";' to I,,' ee, ' ;ihvels,. '^balse ,. ' '"11 ll, '^wi|| , I 111,', tea,s -' ftar '''\i"is
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