iii the free nations it has corresponding
obligations to the Communist nations.
Ms steiff includes ;i proportion e»l open
Communists, bill il also 11 ;l - ee substantial number ol secrel Communists.
Ihe 1 \ recently awarded large dam-
.lui'- in some Vmerican Fifth Amendmenl Communists on its sleifi who were
dismissed only because of hearings held
by the Se-neile- Internal Securit) Subcommittee.
The 1 \ is iii lhe middle, see-sawing
between ihe free world and ihe Communisl world.
lln- most favorable policy to us w hich
lln- I \ can adopt is neutralism, ll is
I nearer in downright coexistence.
llii- is llu- minimum of undisputed
lad aboul lie I \ on «hich all uneri-
cans can agree. The 1 \ is an agenl of
both Communist, anti-Communist and
neutral nalions. ll has no justification
tor favoring the siele- eif the free-, li has
never pretended i" do see. Nowhere in
'he \eisi outpouring of documents thai
Hows from the I N is there any commjt-
'ii'-nl in freedom. The I \ work- foi
peace, for welfare, for • world, li
does not pretend to work for liberty.
\\ L\ do I -ei\ thai these proposal- he
soften up the- Formosa resolution so
dangerous to lhe interests of the I nited
Nam-, set shameful a breach nl our
["oral obligations will probabl) prevail
"i spite of the solemn commitmenl b)
'he Presidenl and the Congress lo a true
Olli'lliein line' eel .M'l iotl ?
The re'eison is ibis. \ group ol gang
''ils cannot be slopped hv el written
'"iiiieui. \ power group in governmenl
'''"im,i !„■ stopped b) ei state paper. \
h\"luiieui;ir\ junta, whose purpose is i<e
■'k'' over lhe sovereignty, cannol be
topped le a resolution of Congress. The
''"l\ answer In a ruthless political action
Rfoup determined I" destro) lhe- honor
'j' America i- ;i political action group
"etermined In supporl American politi-
c*l ideals .mil defend lln- men in gov-
''iiinenl who arc loyal In them.
We 'i;i\.' talked loosely etnd super-
,1''■ -i11 > .il I ihi- riveil power system.
!"" leilk i- me longer good enough. We
J*Ve called the product the \cheson
["feign policy. This dual control of
"feign polic) was operating in our gov-
'"mi,aei ei- earl) as 1940 under Harr)
'"I'kiie-. li operated under Dean \che-
''."'■ Km ii has operated jusl as effec-
'yd) since he left. V, e hen.' nn reason
*"atever In ihink this group lost ile
."'"I lee-cause- Mr. Acheson resigned.
,Verylhing we- know indicates ll"' contrary.
« ll" then are- lhe people- we' eire- elis-
Jjteinp? \\ here do the) operate? I lit
'■n foundation doe- their power rest?
. ' art nf our confusion comes from
,."' facl that ihis group docs mil operate
j 0ng constitutional lines al all. Our
'■-nl foreign relations staff work- in
'''Acts FORUM NEWS, August, 1955
llu- State Department, under the direction of the President, and within the
polic) framework laid down b) I on-
gress. Ilul the extra-legal Foreign policymaking conspirac) operates eill over the
lot. Like ;i cancer growing wild, ii
ignores all the restraints inherent in a
healthy, well-balanced organism. This
collectivisl machine operates, in part, In
the State Department; in part, in the
While House Secretariat; in the super-
Cabinet agencies ol national defense, in
the Foreign Operations Administration.
in the Cl \. But a substantial pari of
ii operates outside government. It ma)
be found in the press, in the parlies, in
the colleges, in labor unions. In business, in the I nited Nations. The im-
portant point is thai all the parts of
this political machine enr coordinated.
They operate as one from some control
tower we cannol sec.
WHO TO BLAME?
We- hei\e' hied lo blame our presidents, the State Department, the part)
in power, for our failures in foreign
policy. I am convinced we sluell never
recognize the octopus we have to figlii
until we realize ii is nol pari ol the
legall) established government at all.
It is ;i revolutionary junta, operating
within our government, eunl through
our government, bul nol for our government, mn Constitution, or our nation.
Whal keeps this cabal in power.
Ier Democratic emd under Republican administrations? Win has ii been
impossible for three presidents ami
mam Congresses in demolish it? Ilmi
is ei lung story bul il 'em be summarized in three p's pressure groups,
—Wide World Pholo
Senator Richard Russell ID-Go.l, chairman
of the 1951 committee investigating the
ouster of General MacArthur, looks at volumes of transcript of testimony.
—Wide World Pholo
propaganda eiml pelf (thai i-. big
*i nn could ask nn- whether ihis group
is entirel) Communist-directed. I doubl
if our problem is dial simple. This
group has. we- kmiw. included Communist part) members and Communisl
agents, ami men slill include them, ll
includes Socialists, collectivisl one-
w orlders, ambil inn- imli\ ieluetls greed)
for povt er, h tiling in time ol troul le in
advance themselves al the expense <>l
their country, ll include- trimmers ami
collaborators who believe the) can make
deals wilh lhe unscrupulous, who ihink
the) can gel votes ,,r power nr contracts ni publicity from lhe Communists emd then easl aside their tempters.
ll in'hides the innocenl and the simple-
miiiile el w In love big words thai hai r
I dn not k.iw what proportion ol
these people are Communists, hut I
know lee ..ii.ein lhal everything they
elet i.- nl benefil to Moscow because i is
directed b; Moscow. The Soviel leaders
are lhe mosl -killlul people in lln world
today in the new political arts nf propaganda, brainwashing, camouflage, emd
what I have called revolution 'e\ assem-
l>l\ line. W i' .em s;e\,. ourselves a greal
deed of lime' ami thought if wc realize
one fact. \- conditions are today, the
Communisl world revolution will control ami use all llie bits and pieces of
collectivism, one-worldism, centralism,
internationalism emd all ih lir variations.
\e.ne' nf them will In- helpful lo us.
How em- we going lo redress the
balance and give strength to ihe \eisl
majority of true Americans so they can
manage their ow n governmenl ?
W e- musl give up our reliance nn
llie pro-Communist, internationalist,
collectivisl foreign polic; wilh ils favoritism for everything which helps the