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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 1, January 1956
Alternate Title Facts Forum News, Vol. V, No. 1, January 1956
Series Title Facts Forum News
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  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date January 1956
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. 5 1956; OCLC: 1352973
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Transcript w A Long Look Behind the Sovie iv U'l ei •ni in dies i pels. g ll uni-i icke. (\0'| Peace Offensiv- js 11r, 113,1 * WS SI, pre "The current confusion in the world situation can lie clarified only hy an honest appraisal of the fundamental issues. This is not an easy nor a pleasant task. Hut it must be done or the free world is likely lo sell its birthright for "a mess of pottage.' "The West is weary, ready to buy the delusion of present peace at the price of the future. One-third of the world has already been enslaved by this ruse. It can happen here." So says V. N. I! in I'm. Co-Director of the Political Research Project.* Following is a portion of Mr. Henliif- report on global strategy. This report is based on information gained in recent months from exclusive interviews, informed observers on both sides of the Iron Curtain, and persons active in countering the Intensified communistic underground warfare, with the desire that it will help to reveal the Communist pattern now operating on a world-wide scale. THE basic pattern of Communist strategy—introduced bv \leer\. blueprinted by Lenin, implemented by Stalin remains the seunc whether tbe teirget i- ei club, ee leibor union, a political peirty. a nation, or tbe world, ll can la' summed up in three words: NEUTRALIZE- INFILTRATE ENGULF. The "new atmosphere of cordiality" shrewdly developed by the Kremlin in recent months can be understood onlv in terms ol that strategy. It is merely a new laclic, used repeatedly in lhe past. Now as then, tbe Communist strategy i- unchanged. Threatened on two fronts by its enslaved subjects and by tbe free world the Soviet regime is trying desperately to "neutralize" the increasingly effective politico! counter-offensive oj the ll est. in order lo concentrate on the growing internal opposition. The most serious ibn-eii lee world communism today i- the rising resistance oj thr Russian und oiher enslaved peoples. By dramatizing friendly relations with American and other Western statesmen, the Kremlin is in effeel telling its oppressed peoples: "Abandon all hope of su|i|.eert from the free world in your struggle for self-liberation. Their •55 West 42nd Street, Room 1212, New Yeirk 36. Mew York. The , 'in lo, leprin ■mv i St. I(, ere ll ledk of friendship for vou is jusl hypocrisy they ;'r' (, friends, always ready to forget ami betray vou." -IrlH r I me may negotiate w ith hangmen mi behalf ol the V1B -e . ' but nol 11/ the e.xiiense of tbe victims. When flea- nn'" ,.„• • i - i i i I le '" l(,l bread wilh executioners ami pal them on the neu (t)ii sacrifice the confidence and v iolate tbe faith of the 0|"p'n . Western statesmen who do this arc deceived, eis I,lllj'|l(.'i wishful thinking as bv Communist tactics. Despite l*^ ... perior strength of the free world, despite the '^.rcliob hundreds of million- of people within tbe Soviet emp', Js. . actuallv en potentially il- allies, llu- II esi is surrefj, ^ its moral position in return lor an illusion lhe illlis'I* jt t the Kremlin dictators have changed their spots. ,|j(,tj Bj clever use of Western publicity methods. •**"""''Tin- , gandists are spreading this illusion as "news'' tin'1 -|,| the free world. Communisl promotion of the liou-i1" !L;sts cordiality" i- succeeding, at bast temporarily, in •■•'-^tence iiist anti-Communist public opinion in lhe non-Sovifl r-|l(. ■ B) these <l<-\ i< <-~. the Communists an- gaining lime .;(,| a solidate eenel deploy their forces in Europe and Asi**; ■ ('on eunl lb.' Vmericas, while- weakening the morale ol "^ fa]t ternal enemies. _ f'ern // is therefore necessary lo evaluate every ^"Jahilizi mine' in the liiilil oj Communist global strategy. ' in | eriites on il levels: diplomatic, firojiaglitldu. undf'rr leully Ml three are interrelated and directed toward '"'iel ,• ultimate goal- world dominion. yhe u lb, simile of the iceberg applies. Onl; lhe tip.'"unit lomatic level, shows completely on the surface. ll*\'enie; i- beginning to discern the' outlines of the next leveM Sov 5.in.lei. Unl the great bulk of the iceberg, which ca**/ha. wreck our world, is feir below the surface'. This is Jz<d teniiitic underground nurture being conducted, rele al > In Communists in all countries. < "' '" Because "cold weir fatigue" lias begun in the tends to accept the beguiling .surface' appearance ils attempts tn penetrate deeper. Lenin counted on tendency in plotting bis original blueprint for won1' IMl1 lion- Jtk'X!' |P|„lidi.' I, an,1'* A "ial On iugusl 6, 1955, for example, Western dip ill's Unveiiec were receiving tbe gold-bordered invit**L Soviel Premier Bulganin's lavish affair at his couii|rj' the former estate of Russian Counl Oil.ill. On tbat ^L^ in West Berlin, iwo of Bulganin's MVD agents kjJJ,1,'(! Major Sylvester Menem, who had defected from ' r ' German Communist Police and fled to West l>tr »,,,j(i Bulganin show "in tin- Geneva spirit" rated dis|iWj graphs emd hundreds of column-inches in ihe West* plus ample' i;i.li.. Page 28 ind T\ coverage, lint the kidiia'ns |, Facts Fouum News, Jiintn'^m
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