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the Oppenheimer brothers, Dr. Weinberg, Dr. Rohm. Dr. Hawkins, Ku* lis and
other Communists made important con
tributions to its development. Tin' real
mistake was after the war. in permitting
the American people and even the < !on-
gress of the United States to think that
the bomb was an \merican secret and
therefore it was safe to disarm in face of
the Soviet's overwhelming superiority in
other fields. Those responsible for this
terrible blunder have on their shoulders
the responsibility for the death of every
Vmerican Im>? killed in Korea. Without
the mistaken belief in America'- sole
possession of atomic secrets the people
would never have permitted our reduction of other armament- to such a dangerous level that the Communist invasion of
Korea liecame possible.
Vfler discussing llu- background <>f
Dr. J. Roberl Oppenheimer and Ins wife
[Catherine in considerable detail. I said:
Perhaps 1 have devoted too much attention to one individual. \nd before 1 leave
this point 1 wish to make clear for the
record thai I have no personal knowledge
of actual espionage on Dr. .1. Roljert Oppenheimer's part or that of his brother.
I do nol know what his present attitude
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i- to the Soviet I nion and the t omrau-
nist party, although thorough investigations will show evidence of Communisl
activities of both hrothers at surprising]]
recenl dates. /' Dr. .1. Robert Oppenheimer i- anti-Soviet today, he should
come forward with the lull and complete
details of his previous associations with
the Communist movement and hi- wife's
connections. \nd he should publicly denounce the actions "I hi- brother Frank.
who refused to (jive information of vital
importance to the country' regarding his
former associates in the party.
Thr Communist part) is nol and never
ha- been a pink tea party of discussion
groups and idealists. Tt i- and always has
been a cold-!,I led hard disciplined or-
ganization of revolutionists dedicated t<>
the overthrow of the governmenl of tlie
I nited State- h\ hull- force. It has always been and still is devoted tn the aim
ol aiding ihe Soviet I nion i" win a war
n\er the Inited States the "last citadel
of world capitalism.'1 The part) has never
permitted anyone to remain a member...
who did not believe in aimed overthrow
of the government. Dr. I. Robert Oppenheimer, who has been a subscriber to the
Communist daily paper- since 1938 'and
probably earlier), his brother Frank, also
a subscriber to the Communist pie-- for
years, and ihe others in that special section in Mameda County all kiiey\ these
facts onlv too well. Espionage ... should
not he surprising in a part) openl) dedicated to tlie aim of bringing about the
defeat of "one'- own government" and the
armed victor) of the Soviet Union over
lie- I nited SlaP-. That is onl) a detail
in the process,
\ full scale and public investigation of
at ic espionage and the role of the
' nini-i part) in connection with it
-should he made b) ihe United States
Senate. I here should he no "sacred
rows,'1 no name- free from the light <>f
truth and evidence. \ll former ' munists who have broken with the party
must be called upon to come forward
and tell lhe truth and all the truth:
those who refuse to do -«. musl he regarded a- -till Communists and traitors
to their country in thi- 1 r of greal
Thc Senate committee planned ;1
thorough investigation and executive1
and public hearings. I was told thai my
m iff and I would soon face Dr. Oppenheimer and liis wife before the com*
(To hr cniicluflnl next month)
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seens there i- apparently ;tn emotional appeal eiml L'leutieiiir. ets ii were ;i sense of
adventure, inherent in tin- conspiratorial
methods eunl purposive activity of the
groups. Willi more sophisticated persons. Fascination by what may :i|i|it-;ir to
them to lee- tlie- efficiency of the unusual
.nul essentially totalitarian -vst,.,,, ,,f
party organization through pyramiding
cells men offer em attractive et|>|n'eil.
In lhe vast majority 'if cases, one im
portanl elemenl in the original appeal
would seem to have been propaganda
carried oul hy lln- Communisl party for
various measures of "social reform" in
Canada. Tin- policy of carrying on propaganda for unions eleemcsiir measures
which in themselves are calculated to appeal lo a substantial section of tin- Canadian people, has obviously served two
importanl objectives eif the leaders of
tlir Fifth Column.
In thf first place. I'\ associating such
domestic propaganda, in thf mi mis of ets
many people as possible, with lln- external [iro]i;iLreiuil;i nf ei particular Foreign
steitt-. this policy serves in itself lo
"carry," by implication, lhal foreign
state's propaganda. This is a common
■mil Mia effective nonrational technique
of modern advertising. \n obvious con)'
mercial example is ihr use of a pretty
face in advertisements For cigarettes.
Secondly, such domestic propaganda
has unquestionably played an important
I'eiri iii recruiting Canadians for ll"'
"development" courses calculated event'
uetllv lo itieikr these Canadians tnstrU'
mi'tils for more sinister eiml illi"_'eil lift"
I!\ these means, a number of young
Canadians, public servants ami others-
who begin with a desire to advanC
'anise'- which they consider worthy, li;lVt'
been induced into joining study group3
of the Communisl party. They ein- i"'1'
suaili'il io keep ihis adherence seen*
They have then been led step b\ step
along lhe ingenious psychological devejj
opmenl courses we have outlined, tint'!
under the influence of sophisticated a"1
unscrupulous leaders they have l"'0"
persuaded to engage in illegal activiW"
directed againsl the safety and inter''"'"
of their own society,
Essentially w hat heis happened is ''''
transplanting of ;i conspiratorial tecfl
nii|iie. which weis first developed in I'*"
Fortunate countries to promote an und*'
ground struggle against tyranny, t() '
democratic society where it is singula'
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