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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 7, August 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
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  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date August 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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Identifier AP2.F146 v. 4 1955; OCLC: 1352973
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Transcript Driii Smoot Interviews l)K. 1'KKI) SCHWARZ on COEXISTENCE One of te.i!ei>'- foremost authorities <>ie communism, Dr. Fred Schwarz, believi cornerstone of Communisl conquest." Currently on his fourth world lecture tour, ti.a. rtl \n-trnliei te, help =ieeiii| t the ii-ielietiis. cancer-like ~i■:*-ei.I eel Vnti-Communism Crusade with oC^ces eel Waterloo, Iowa. ele' With ee^fie'i-s at Wl theit "I oexistence is merel) lhe' Dr. Schwarz left his medical pTac- iiiiiiiiiii-in and now directs the Christian Smoot: Dr. Schwarz, il seems to me that the foreign policy of the I nited Mile's the foreign pcjitics of virtually .ell of the*Western powers, in fact—is based on one fundamental assumption: namely, that in and through the I nited Nalions we can achieve peaceful coexistence and collective security with the Sov ie-t [ nion. Wheel do you ihink of thai assumption? Schwarz: The Communists propose' to conquer lhe world. They not only propose io c pier ii; iIn-\ believe their conquest is inc. ilelhlo.' llie original teachrr of the idea nf the- i ni\ ijjjXtUitv i^^nnimuiiuL He claimed to inherent with] lhal the scientific application of these laws would lead In an accurate prediction of the future. Jus', as when New Ion discovered the law of gravity it became possible lo predict thc future movement of the heavenly bodies, so Marx claimed dial hv the discovery of scientific socialism il vvas possible io know lhe future nf human society. lb-_predicli'il lhe in- evitable. violent overthrow nl capitalist "'•rj_l—_li"' l'"rx5ierirence nf socialism. Tin iel. ei nl iht inevitability of Communist conquest has passed, through various phases bul has never been dis carded leu inn liio-iK'nl. Frnm 1850 In 1900. ihe Marxists ln,ek Marx seriousl) and believed lhal llu- revolution would come aleemt a- lhe- automatic result of industrialization. The old-fashioned Marxists used to do a simple mathematical sum. They would take lhe number of industrial employees in any stale and consider it as a freiclinn of lhe total population. Ibis fraction constituted thc revolutionary coefficient. As soon eis this fraction reached a certain value, as spontaneously as water boils at the ap- propidate temperature, revolution would occur. I nli 1 this point weis reached, il was impossible to bring on the revolution. Once ibis point was reached, nothing could stop it. Relieving this. from 1850 io 1900 the Marxists concentrated on endeavoring to improve local economic conditions while thev waited for the revolution to come Jnlo this filiation then- came a man if ilniia'ielll feeiieitii'jll ili.|i.rmiiinlmn- -iK4*4i—l.e-uin, Tei the vyaitin Marxists he thundered: "You havi not ■ r-|.i.|el I'limpupn-t conquest IS 111- itable, liiil llie_ini'vilaT)ilily is to~Tic IUJiU»tcrCI.I lleie.eeieli ||w- creaTlVC UIhT direclivi- role of lhe Ljimniuuisl party." Ana Lenin projectcif inli'nlie Marxist concept of inevitability the role of the Communisl part) as the executive of the will of history. In 1917 thc liny Communisl narlv came lo power in liussiei. Thev seized 'power in lln- coiifi(lent~e\pectatii)n that the Russian revolution would be the spark thai would immediately ignite llie general European revolutionary conflagration. Lenin himself made llie lalemenl. ui}r~~once |mj_ many times. iii. inn him i inn mu iii in in •? • Jin1 simple trulh is. unless Germany re-volls, we- ein ir-. in i m .-«:■* wi i nun i • Iii.slTii I917an"cTPnT!. the llolshcv iks awaited, firsl hourly, then daily, linn weekly, the European revolution, ll did not come. There wire sporadic outbreaks, but these were all extinguished, eiml the infant Russian Soviel Socialisl Republic was left to organize its own survival for world conquest. The third change In the concept of inevitability emerged. The Communisl conquest of the world weis to be min- istered through the consolidation » socialism within Russia, the control of the entire world Communisl movement by the Russian Communist parly, the organization of national colonial revolu- lions in Via. emd the postponement of the conquest of the West till the consummation of the colonial revolution* in the East. The architect of ihis fined program vvas Stalin. Tn his Problems nl Leninism. Josep" -Wicee World Pl">"" Peace monument erected by Russians in Budapest, Hungary, and dedicuted to those who defended Budapest. Right. Hungarian J'"1 units hear address in Budapest. Huge pictures (left to right) show Lenin. Hungary's Matyas Rakosi, and Stalin. Page H FACTS FORUM NEWS, August, '■"''
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