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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 ^e.llll'1"' inlrlli"- Tl""1 „■ 0««' e'Milo'1 see P"1" ,i,.r-l"'; , han"1 Communist part) over overyone else. . . . Having established the dictatorship of lhe Communisl part) it now becomes their dut) lei scientifically implement a Program directed to the elimination ..I 'In- residual Capitalist disease and the "nil.ling of a nrw eiml redeemed race ol ^"•■ieilisi me,, and women so thai communism mav ultimately come to pass. ■ . . TRANSFERRING THE HERDS The and problem has entered the familial well-trodden pathway of animal misbandry. The problem may be presented thus: The husbandman, the Communist party, has transferred his herds lrom the diseased environment of capi- "'lisin to the disease-free environmenl ..I ~'"'ialisin. Unfortunately, the animals ■"big with them the disease contracted 1,1 their old environment. The dominant motive of the husbandman is to breed a '"w stock, entirely free front this disease. Ibis cannol be done' in a day. ()h\ i- ("lsb he «ill have to concentrate on the '"u generation for his finished product ;""l utilize his presenl stock in the best i°ossible manner to accomplish the neces- ~'"y work eif the new environment, with- Ul" permitting them to transmit the dis- ''|SI' In the young. Thr virility and infectiousness of the disease varies accord- n" to that portion of the old environment the animals inhabited. Certain en- ttonmental areas, i.e. certain classes of J^'ety, produce a more \ irulent and in- "'"ni- disease. Obviously these animals "'"st be eliminated for the well-bring of ",' wlu.le program. 'here is absolutely no element of re- !l||snl or punishment in ibis liquidation; ls simply a necessary scientific pro- ' 1U|'. I he husbandman mav presum- ')) be very fond of certain diseased lirrials. hut sentiment has no plena- in '""■iiiilir program; the animal must 'his is entirely logical within the f.7, ./'""wink of the Communisl " member there i- no God: man t beliefs pine ".""■al: there' is me question of soul or J"1"'!, of heaven or hell, to be consid- ''"• Ihis is simply scientific human ' -Jetmenl on a mass scale. 'here is ;n general a complete mis- .^erstanding as to the Communisl alli- [ jje toward killing In a Socialisl society, 'aye been a know n opponent of com- 'iiii '-yl Communists to debate f atforrn In the world. Ib.w often Friends ,.'"''' veii,| I., me, "If the Communists r. '"' to power \ mi w ill be one of the "'J1 to be killed." ... alwavs pretend innocence and reply, ''that s,,y Why?" ■"" then informed that the < bmmu- I III punish because I hen e op- ■ I'liilisn me eee '.ense- e n.ese' op- r|K'''' them. I hasten to reply that litis tl s a complete failure to understand U Very mind of communism. They do "li-h or reward. These are Bour- r,. ils "'"a- that have no plena- w ithin a "'"".I Communisl mind. No enlight ened Communisl blames me for ni\ opposition to communism. I am merelj the unfortunate victim of my economic environment. I ulnrtunulrly I eini diseased, and ihtis a danger to the whole- program of human betterment. So I must be- liquidated, bul no more so than all other members of my social class. Since' all personality is derived from our social class, all members of a given class have actually or potentially the dangerous disease of character, and they must eill be eliminated. The treatment you arc to receive should the Communists come lo power is entirely unrelated to the attitude you have adopted to them in the past. Opposition begets no penally, and supporl begets no reward. A Bourgeois class of origin begets liquidation. • • • Should the Communisl menace conquer this country, it maj- comfort you In know lhal the hand that condemns sun and your family lo death is driven not by malicious vindictive halted, but !,\ scientific necessity. Not all those diseased are immediately liquidated by bullet or bayonet. Others go by the slower pathway of overwork and starvation. T.el us return lo our animal husbandry analogy. The herd has been transferred to the new environmenl of socialism. In ibis environment a great deal of work cries out to be done, and then' is a totally inadequate supply of clean slock for lhe purpose. It is therefore reasonable lo select diseased animals in whom lhe disease is not overwhelmingly contagious, segregate them. and put them to work until they die. They are nol allowed to breed, and thus contaminate the Fulure race, but they can be useful in segregation. This is done under arduous conditions oF climatic extremes, overcrowding, malnutrition, anil Frequent death. Nevertheless, much work us,Till lo socialism is ilius accomplished. Canals and railways are built, salt. coal. gold, and uranium are mined, lumber is felled for export. and cities arc built in lhe frozen Arctic wastes. In these- conditions of labor the average time to die takes approximately three years, and much work is arrom- plished in lhal time. • • • In a democratic form of government il is nol adequate lhal understanding he confined to one strata of society. The people' are the final source of power and authority for action. The knowledge of the basic issues and principles involved musl penetrate to the very core of the people; to the grass-roots. A people elects a governmenl in ils own image. IF the people arc ignorant they will be the victims oF slogans and duplicity and • ■lea I ignorant representatives; an immoral people will elect rulers of a low moral caliber; democracy like water tends lo find ils own level. The education must be taken to the people and ArTs FORUM NEWS, April, 1955 received by the people. This is no easy task, nevertheless it must be achieved. There an- so many competing voices Im the attention of lhe people. Ever) scientific mechanism is utilized to dis- tract tin' citizen From consistent analytical thought. Sensation is a substitute for perception anil a slogan for understanding. \\ e are in danger of developing ;i comic strip mentality. Tin- variety and attractiveness of entertainment is such that no time for serious study and con- templation remains. Nevertheless the people musl be reached with lhe message or we are lost. The Communists claim thai litis very fad. ihr unwillingness of our sensation-crazed people for consistent thought, is ihr guarantee ol their victory. The problem is to battel through the entertainment curtain thai envelops thr \merican proplr and to awaken them with the message. COMMUNISM "DEDICATED GODLESSNESS" Every modern means must he utilized to this end. The' message must deluge lhe American home from thc radio, from television, from school ami pulpit, from magazine ami book. This will need considerable finance but no sounder investment of money could be made than in such ei task. The wealthy eorpora- lii,ns of America have set aside money for the' maintenance and improvement of the American way of life, bul it has in many instances fallen into the bands of clever yet sinister men lo be used to destroy tbe very foundations on which American freedom is built. Christian money, American money should be invested in a vast education program to preserve business, labor, ihe family, religion and America. . . . Education is vitally necessary, bul by itself it is inadequate. It must be accompanied bv evangelism. Communism is dedicated godlessness. Il originates in rejection of Cod. It is the reductio ad absurdum ol humanism. It is lhe logical end point of the atheistic, materialistic evolution and economic determinism of secular education. If lln' premises on which communism is built are accepted there is an insoluble logical eli- lemma in rejecting ils conclusions. eee I cannol go fully into the dialectic, but I would like lo tell j'ou some of the basic communistic concepts. The firsl one', which they get from ihe dialectic, is. lhal they are ordained to rule lhe world: this conquest is fixed in lhe eternal nature of Ibings. They believe lhat the saine force that determines lhal lhe sun shall rise in the morning has ordained that they shall rule the world. World conquest is as essential lo the being of communism as water is to fish life. The moment any Communisl ceases to believe in its certainty, he ceases to be ;. Communist. Communists are utterlv eon- (Continucd on Page 40) Page 37
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