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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 Bitted? Nei. Ih- will be tried wherever the I nited Nations mav decide. Will lube tried under the Constitution and laws of this country, with lhe safeguards provided hv lhe sixth amendment? No. He will he tried under such laws eis the 1 nited Nations World Court shall prescribe. Why wets ii considered necessary to lake away from the citizens of this country the protection our Constitution gives them? An- our people engaged, or were' thev ever engaged in race annihilation ? OUR INALIENABLE RIGHTS THREATENED lhe real, hidden, and treasonable purpose nl this provision wa- and is lei tear down um Constitution and make all citizens, whn an- entitled In lln- enjoy- incut of life, liberty, emd lhe pursuit of happiness, subject lo lhe provisions of ■i world court, which is already being Bel up lo function in this supergovern- iiicnl a world government. Do we need further proof that the real emd onlv purpose of lhe builders of 'In' I nited Nations weis lo fashion ei World governmenl and in make our citizens suhiecl In lhal world government, iniel in ship from them llu- protection guaranteed them under lhe Constitution "I lhe United Slales? If Ihis is nol treason, then I ele. nol understand the provision nl iln- Constitution defining il. Section "i nf article III nf the Constitution seivs: Treason againsl tin- I nited State's shall consist niilv in levying weer ageiinsl them, nr in adhering in their enemies, giving them aiel anil comfort. lor fear thai there mav be some in 'hi' I nited Stales whn are' mil yel iiiii- Itnced hy whal I have said so far. I will nol resl ihis case there, hui will Present further evidence. lhe I nited Nations sel up an organisation known as UNESCO I nited Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization for lhe purpose of •preading universal learning, which the promoters contended would bring lhe people of ihe world more quickly to a mutual understanding than anything else would. I here weis nn objection lo ihis pro* Posal eil leasl on lhe face of il. Bul il tamed mil io he the' inusi dangerous, ''ie mosl dastardly undertaking nf all 'hut lhe I nited Neiliuns had theretofore Contrived. Its purpose was nut whal its Promoters said ii was. li was a deliberate plan to create public opinion for 'he coming world government, lhe ma- '"'ions and cowardly element of the enterprise was thai ii was directed to the "*noolehildren of lln- nation, where Blinds an- young and impressionable. '""I ii is patterned exactly after the s"vi.'i teaching nf the youth nf the country. T*RGET PRACTICE ON NATIONAL SPIRIT These schemers knew lhal lhe I nited tates heis a strong national spirit: they pACTS FORUM NEWS, August, 1955 knew lhal lhe average American loves hi- country; they knew he would defend ils institutions, which had brought freedom in a new land. The plotters determined thai ihis spirit musl he destroyed, or al leasl minimized. So UNESCO went in work. The firsl step was In train teachers ;tl Columbia 1 niversity, at lhe expense e.f llu- I nited Nations principally eel the' expense eif the taxpayers of this country to teach our children ways hv which they could become world eiti- zens, and lhal a strong national spiril interferes with this world venture. The birthdays nf our greal leaders, like Washington, Jefferson, Madison. Mon inc. and Lincoln were nut in he celebrated in lion.ir uf these leaders, bul the day nf celebration should he devoted in propagandizing these children nn the benefits nl this fulure world government. Thev made il exceedingly plain lhat love fur the I nited Sleilcs and ils institutions prevented our participation in such ei world governmenl. Printed matter, radio and television were used night and day lo carry on lhe cultivation propaganda, and In root mil llu- love of country from these I nited Slales. This program is still being carried on. and lhe worst pari of il i- lhal llu- people who will eventually be stripped of ihe protection nf our Constitution will pay lhe price uf ils destruction in taxes, ll should nnw be proven overwhelming!) thai lhe I nited \aiii.ns weis organized In destroy the' Constitution of the United Slates. This i- eill iluni' iii the name nf world peace hui who wauls in substitute world peace for lhe liberty eiml freedom we- have? Whn wauls tn surrender lhe sovereignty uf this great republic In an organization which has been assiduousl) al work From ils verv beginning In abolish our Constitution ? Twee verv important sc-sieens nl thi- ii orld governmenl advocates have been held in London, and in the proceedings il is made plain that the machinery for world government is already sel up in lhe Charier nf the United Neiliuns. eenel eill theit is necessary is in make a few amendments In thai charier. Many advocates of the I nited Nalions have nnw come mil openly fur ihis world government. Sinne verv influential men in public life sav thai we can afford lo give HELP INFORM OTHERS . .. See thai your friends gel good argU- nieiils for each side ... so ilieil they may discuss current controversies intelligently. You can send live friends llie vital "BOTH SIDES" piomro of national and world problems for only S.%.00 l»y giving ihem each a six-months introductory subscription to FACTS FORUM NEWS. II vou wish to subscribe lor oiu- only, scntl SI for t> months, S2 for one year. up some e.l our sovereignty in obtain world peace. The propaganda fur a world governmenl has flourished in many quarters. I am here' In lull you ilieil we cai I afford lo give up anv of our national sovereignty for anv cause. We have- lhe only government on earth where lhe people themselves rule Thc governmenl here exisls for the people, and lhe people do nol exisl for lhe government. Fur over one hundred sixty years wc heivc gone on our weiv with our own concepl of government. and we know whal freedom means. \i- we- femls enough In abandon our course and listen In the siren snugs nf those whose ele-sign ii i- iii destroy this greal government, and fil il into a mw world government wilh a heterogeneous collection nf nations whose ideas nf the purpose uf governmenl conflict wilh our own? Instead ol destroying our national spirit, il should he increased. If other neitiun- want lee follow our example. Iel them do il: hui In Iel any foreign cum hination direel lhe affairs nf this gov- ernment would he intolerable and will never he permitted, ll could nut he done hv force. And if die American people are eilerl and prize freedom and liberty as much eis I ihink the) do, ihis false, insidious, emd conspiratorial scheme tn snl.due- us will never prevail. The world government proposes a world congress where members are elected according ie. the population of the member nations. This means lhal Snv id Russia and Red China and their enslaved comrades will control lhal governmenl. Vfter examining ihis record, can any- ■ iluiihl theii tlie 1 nited Nalinns was purposely sel up lo do to this country wheel could nol he done' l.v force of arms, hui through lhe blandishments of Communists, fellow travelers, and dupes. get us tu surrender our liberty withoul firing a slml ? There arc some questions thai should he answered. One of them is. "\\ hv dues ihis governmenl permit the recognition nl N>v ii*1 Russia, when il is known by all. including all lhe administration leaders, thai from ihe- llussiein Cmbass) here in Washington there is a constant Mow I" edl penis nl ihe country nf propaganda lhal is inimical lo the I nited Slales? ' The nexl question is. "Whv do we remain in the I nited Neiliun- when we- can plainly see that llu whole scheme is directed in our destruction?" I f ih. administration officials liiele- their heads in the sand fur security, I am sure thai ihe people w ill nni. I helve faith in lhe American people. when thej are armed w ith the facts. I bene faith in lhe Divine Ruler of this universe, win, has sustained us in lhe past; and I have- em enduring faith thai He will nut deserl us in our efforts I., maintain a governmenl nf freedom .end liberty here nil these shores where' ii began, Page ^7
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