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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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  • 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 Chief Justice resorted to one of the mosl unheard-of things in American his- lorv. He produced the Charter ol the I nited Nations as the authority for the seizure and cited ils provisions in an effort to support the President's act. Fortunately for the people of the I idled Slales. the majority of the Court would not permit this communistic charter to supplant the Constitution of the I nited Stales. It was. however, a close call, and abundantly proved the need of the Bricker Amendment. No one eem ever tell wheit the next decision might be, although throughout our history God seems always to he on our side: and no matter what the political complexion of the Supreme Court may be. the decisions have upheld the Constitution. The next assault on the Constitution is found in the Covenant of Human Rights, which has nol as yet been presented to the Senate fur ratification. The Inited Nations has amended ils firsl draft several limes, and because of the rising tide of objection In whal il i- eleiing and planning lo do, lhe lat- is| draft heis not come before the Senate. Thc subtle emd fraudulent work of the United Neiiiems in Irving lo prepare the- people of lhe I nited Stales for the approval of ihis un-American document ought in ilself lo condemn its further consideration hy lhe people and their leaders. To prove to ynii that ils procedure was fraudulent and totally dishonest, I wish In clearly state that the United Nations put oul a Declaration nf Human Rights, which, upon its face weis nol objectionable. This declaration weis propagandized hy lhe spreading of millions uf copies among church people, in the common schools, and in the higher institutions nf learning. Every civic organ- izaliun was eil-n lhe object nf ihis eivei- lanche nf propaganda. CUNNINGLY DESIGNED GROUNDWORK There was a cunningly designed pur- pose in ihis. Ii weis necessary In prepare llu people for the advent of the Covenant of Human Rights. When the propagandists thought the groundwork had been sufficient]) laid, the real human liulit- document appeared, li weis and still i- called the Covenant of Human Rights, hut il is entirely differenl from the propagandized Declaration of Human Rights. Hen' in this Covenant of Human Rights llie I nited Nalions. among other things, undertakes to ilo three important things, eill e.f which threaten lhe Constitution of the I nit..I States. It has rewritten whal is meant by free speech, a free' press, ami free religion. The Constitution is not in doubt in defining these three funda- mental attributes of a free government. Her.' i- what it -av-i Congress shall make nn law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting iln- free exercise thereof; nr abridging the- freedom eef speech, or nl the press; ... the right of the people peaceably t., assemble, eeenl t.. pe'titinee the government for a redress of grievances. If lhe provisions of the documenl called lhe Covenanl nf Human Mights an- adopted hy the Senate please ask yourselves whal has become of these precious constitutional rights. He-re- is what the covenanl sens about them: Vrticle 15, section 3: Freedom tn manifest I'll.'- [3'liLUeeIl ei|' lee'lil'fs IliaV lee Subject enily tee SUcb limitations els eire' prescribed hy law anel are necessary to protect public safety, eenle-r. health, or morals, or the- fundamental rights eunl Freedoms eef others. vrtie'le' Hi. section 2: Everyone shall leeeee- tin- right tee freedom eif expression; tliis. light shall include freedom tn -e-i'k. receive een.l impart information eunl ielceis of all kinds, regardless e.f frontiers, either orally, in writing or in print, in tin- fm in e>f art en" through einv other media of his choice. Section o: The- e've'iaise- e.f the' rights prov idea! fen in tin- foil-going paragraph carries with it special dntii's and ia's|.e»n- -iliiliiifs. It may therefore lee- subject te. certain restrictions, lent these -leeell be such only eis eire- provided by law einel are necessary ' I ' b"' respect of the rights or reputations of others, (21 for tbe i.n.tei'- tion of national security eer e.f public oreler. or of public health or morals. When we gu sn fell' els tu hedge in. restrain emd circumvent free speech, then there is nn free speech. There will he nn free press. There will he tin free' religion, lines anyone who ts acquainted with these fads wanl In -eiv thai the I nihil Nations is not Irving lo rewrite our Constitution, wilh tin- aid and support of Communists and revolutionists? Jusl whv is it necessary in emasculate our Constitution if the only object of llu- I nited Nations is world peace? Is nut our Constitution and the desire of all the people nf this country in favor of peace? IS FURTHER PROOF NEEDED? It is necessary tn change eun- Constitution in order In carry out iln- design emd conspiracy in build a world government. Is il nul perfectly clear lo you now theit thi- weis the reed purpose of the framers of the I nited Nations frnm its verv beginning? ll ought tn he obvious tei emv fair-minded person that ii i- iln deliberate scheme of thi' I nited Nations to destroy the Constitution of lhe I nited States, emd shnulel need nn further proof. Bul lhal is nul eill. as lhe following -lips will disclose. The Inited Nations has produced another convention, which in lime they ve ill eisk ihe Senate in approve. I refer lo lhe Ce-noe ide Convention. This is an appealing subject and il has caught in ils ni'l ei greal many good American citizens. \- defined l.v the dictionary, genocide is "ihe use or s user nf deliberate, systematic measures inweird ihe extermination uf ;i racial, political, or cultural group." 'Ihe wholesale destruction uf a race eer group nf people for no reason at eill Alger Hiss (left), Secretary-General of the United Nations Conference on International Organization, as he greeted President Truman at San Francisco meeting June 26. 1945. excepl thai the) arc ei race or group, is againsl all principles nf humanity, and in this country is a violation nf moral and civil law. Is there anything in tin' Constitution uf lhe United Slales. or even in the laws nf emv state nl this greal union, thai approves such crime. Why is ii necessar) In change and amend, abrogate and repeal, our own Constitutiini in order that we shall hi' authorized to rise up ageiinsl such " moral and legal crime? The answer i- that there is nn possible reason fur this action if the purpose uf ihe covenant is in prevent genocide. This Convention undertakes In Further amend lhe Constitution of lhe I nili'l States emd deny the rights nf our ciH' /ens under ihe Pill nf Rights in another respect. The sixth nmeudnicnl In ll'1' (lonstitution prov ides: In all criminal prosecutions, the- ac- t'lise'd shall ea.je.v tlie' eight te. a sjinalv eunl public trial, by an impartial jury ol the Steele- emd district wherein tin- crime shall have been ci litted, which districl -leeell have been previously ascertained bv law, and tn be- informed nl lln- nature and eeiiise' ol tin' accusation; tn la' confronted with the witnesses ageeinst him; in have compulson process lor obtaining witnesses in his favor, eunl to have tl"' assistance of counsel For bis defense. I he Genocide Convention prov ide3 thai a citizen nf lhe United Stales, who has, in the opinion of the I nited Nn; lions, libeled or injured lhe feelings "' et race, a group, nr any member ol :l '5I3>I1|>. shall he' SubjeCl In trial feel' V i"' fating tin- covenant. Will the accused 1"' tried here in the I nited States, win''''' lhe crime' was alleged lo have' been ci""' Page 26 FACTS FOIIUM NKWS, August, /■"■'"'
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