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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.
Place
  • 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 ills froi" il' princi ples of the peaceful use of atomic energy. Medical and surgical experts frnm abroad would be invited to participate in the work of our cancer hospitals. I his. of course, would only be the beginning. We arc saddened thai the Soviets have thus far missed ;i greal opportunity to contribute to a relaxation of the world tension which I hi- simple gesture of cooperation would have inspired. Bul they knovi ilieil the 'I ■ w ill always 1 pen io their participation. Our governmenl docs mil intend to overlook any avenue ol negotiation which offers prospects, no matter how slight, nf enlisting the cooperation of the Soviet I nion in a program which could end the deplorable waste of economic wealth 'n military requirements. Whether the Soviets come forward or not, we arc resolved that the President's program shall become a living symbol of hope or a better way of life to millions of mankind. In conclusion, mav I say that it has been a greal pleasure lo he wilh you here' ihis afternoon. ! liee\.' eeeei of course attempted In cover all or even pari of the many phases of the 1 nited Nations. I commend to you a further study of ihis greal organization and in particular nl proposed charter changes. I urge miu lo keep your failh high in the I N he'eeuisc it merits lhal faith. I urge lhal vein give il your besl because, in sn doing, you will he giving your own beloved country your la'st. Vui will la' helping your country to lead a war-weary mankind into a per- manent path of peace emd justice. Thi- is llie' i eell leeeleiv lo Mill and to me on this, the ninth anniversary of the I nited Nations Charter. The Great Conspirttcy to Destroy the United States Speech of Congressman Usher I.. Burdick in the House of Representatives. T here eem be no doubt thai there now exists ei widespread understanding and agreemenl made between the agents °f ihis governmenl and the United Nations and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation In build a world governmenl. Mid in in.ike' the I nited Slales a pari of 't- regardless of our Constitution, laws '""I traditions. This is in he done in the lame nf peace, hut will resull in the '"led destruction nf our liberty. The •gents representing lhe 1 nited Slales "my nol he deliberately Irving in iln ihis treasonable work, hui the besl thai can '"' seiiel Im' them is lhal they are' dupes. Some mighty importanl people who are ' nited States citizens are nol only going a'ong wilh this scheme, hui are daily a'nl hourly contributing all their efforts 111 iheii direction. What proof do wc have to back up Hiis general statement? The purpose nl '''is speech is In la) ihis proof before "'e American people, Firsl nf all. lhe people nf lhe 1 nited ■S|eiii's ee,,,' -,, completely sick nf war Mter World War II thai these schemers "iinl ei fertile field lo exploit. They appealed lo churches, schools, and every '"'"' organization the) could reach, mi !'"' Iiei-is thai the way In secure peace ''.' the world weis i ganize ei I nited ^nieeiis group, and lhal through the "1:"'liin<Tv which they proposed lu sel "I1 wen- could l»' stopped before they "'ill leal. ' ll seemed like- ei plausible idea, and ,'11 knowing the sinister purpose be- ""d the move, millions of people sup- '".''''d the suggestion. ., Hie firsl move was meiele- eel Sein ''"l'3-eae. wild'!' 1111111) Milt i < 111-- IIH'I. ''•" up ei charter, and submitted thai '''•'il.i '.. lhe Senate of lhe I h ih Sieeies fm' approval as et treaty. I hi- document had none of the earmarks nf a treaty, hcausi' ihe Supreme Courl of the United States heis held in many e'eises dial ;t treaty is an agreemenl made' between nations, in iln or nut lo do particular things. In lhe case of ihe Charter of lhe I inited Neiliuns. ii weis nul an agreemenl between nations. It was em agreemenl made hy lhe agents uf several governments, and there is nn contention from any quarter thai the I nited Nations al that time wees ei nation wilh which we could make a treaty agreement. The dark furies behind ihis move knew that the United Nations was mil a nation w iih w hich we could make a treaty, hui intended lo make it an integral power ai lhe first opportunity. lime these forces for evil planned in make' the I nited Nalions a nation is clear now. since' they propose at this lime In build ei world governmenl by simply amending the Chillier of the I nited Nations. Who were lhe principal movers eil San Francisco for this United Nations Charter? Whn wrote the charter, eunl who had lhe musl In do about shaping its provisions? The answer is lhal llie' Russian Communists and Alger Hiss, a representative nf our State Department, wen' the prime movers and schemers in arranging ils provisions. Thai is the same Uger Hiss whn was convicted for perjury when he denied sending secrel material in the Soviel I nion representatives, lis verv beginning gave ihi- elm iimcni a bad odor. The universal approval ol a plan in preserve world peace hail nol worn off .mil ih,- fails were yel unknown when lhe Senate was called upon in approve thr I nited Neiii.ms Charter. The senti- Burdick Says: 1. UN Charter, NATO, Covenant of Human Rights, Genocide Convention, UNESCO—all aimed at total destruction of American liberty. 2. The I N wa- organized lo destroy the Constitution of the United Slates. 3. People who will eventually he stripped of the protection of the Constitution will peiv the price nf its destruction ill taxes. ment for peace wees so strong lhat only- two Senators refused lo approve the charter. If llie question were in come up now, ei greal majority would seiv "No." U.S. CONSTITUTION ASSAULTED If the iced purpose' of tlii- charter was to outline a method to secure and preserve world peace, why weis it neces- sar) in iluii charter to make' em assault upon lhe Constitution of lhe I nited States? \i'' wc mil already a peace-loving nation, withoul having lo rely upon lhe Sov ids anil HisS? Mere vein see again lhal world peace vv as nnl the objeel nl this scheme at all. The real purpose was In build a world government, controlled by the Communisl- emel their dupes in the I nited Slate's. \s sunn as ihi- charter was approved ih.' courts <>f lhe I nited Stales began In liieu about it. In lhe Fuji] case in California, the Charter of the United Nalions wei- substituted fur the laws uf lhe state uf California, and thai remained so for several months, unlil a higher courl overruled the courl lhal made ihis finding, ll vvas a precarious situation, depending upon the whim nf et court. vejeiin. in the Steel Seizure case, where' the Supreme Courl weis searching our Constitution for some provision thai would uphold the Presidenl in his action, llu' -.im.' (lharter e.l the I nited Nations once in.ne appeared. Failing lu find any authority in the Constitution to fortify llu- President's position, the ''A(Ts FORUM NEWS, August, mr,:, Pane 25
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