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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 5, May 1955 - File 011. 1955-05. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 15, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/419/show/360.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 5, May 1955
Alternate Title Facts Forum News, Vol. IV, No. 5, May 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Contributor
  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date May 1955
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • Dallas, Texas
Genre
  • 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 :' perfect organization; and there are sincere people who criticize its imperfections. But this is constructive criticism, designed to improve the TIN, not to destroy it.6 Vi c need as much honest public de. ''ate about the United Nations as possible, bul we should insist on facts instead of falling for slogans.7 For example, a sincere IN critic who doesn't like- the' Security Council voting system which enables Russia to veto s° many constructive proposals mav recommend lhat thc veto lie aliolisl 'he phony UN critic, on lhe other hand. who is out to ruin Ihe United Nalions. Werely screams for Uncle Sam to get ont. The dishonest critic never mentions "II the useful ihings lhe United Nalions has done. They don't remember how '"issiein troops withdrew from Iran after United Nations objection. They 'ton't remember how the UN ended ''»' fighting between the Dutch and ll Indonesians. They don'l remember how he | nited Nations cease-fire settled '"' India-Pakistan problem. They don't ''mi-mlii'i' how the' United Nalions ^ttled the guerrilla war in Greece; nor ''" they ihink eel.oul the United Nations armistice between the Arabs and Israel, 'here are many more things they for- 5et: for instance, how the United Na- ''ons fights famine, disease, poverty, and ignorance lints eliminating the '•"N's'ol war.8 Some' I N-haters even complain about !'."' nist of the United Nalions. The "iii-d Nalions spends in the United ?tates I on supplies, utilities, and other 1'His i twice as much as our total con- Wbution to the UN.8 TROUBLEMAKERS IGNORE FACTS . 'tic professional troublemakers never "'IV|' us these facts. Thev give us. in- '.'"1. superpalriolisin. flag-waving, and „"lies aboul Americanism. The case of Hi . so-called American Communists in !'' I N was ei greal boon to the makers .. hction ami distorters of facl aboul '"' UN. The UN Administrative Tri- ^hal did rule that the Fifth Ainend- ■|,''"t witnesses hail been fired illegally. I.'"; tribunal did nol decide that the ,. h'ted Nations must keep American l"'versives on ils payroll. Rather, it "'d that refusal lo answer questions congressional committee on 0,nids of possible self-incrimination !*ed by Is J* employee of the United Nations. In ■'r w«nls. the UN tribunal merely SH that the United Nations, in han- n"1- its own personnel, should act on '' basis of real evidence and not on ,,'''r'' suspicion. It mighl promote the lj!'Nr of justice all over the world if Agencies of governmenl would adopt H"}> a rule.8 a A McCarthvilc arbitrarily decides Aal anyone who invoke '^"'•ndnieni is guilty.8 lhe' Fifth P4CTS FOKL'M NEWS, May, 1955 —Wide World Pholo India Premier Nehru (left) and Pakistan Premier Liaqat AM Khan (right) affixed their signatures to India-Pakistan agreement in New Delhi April 8, 1950. Statesmen in the United Nations have a somewhat more detached and judicious attitude aboul it. They assume lhal the Fifth Amendment lo the Constitution of lhe United States was written lo protect the inhabitants of lln- United States." They, therefore, lail to see any proof of guilt in the facl that an American chooses to accept lhe protection which liis own Constitution offers him. Lei's see just how dangerous these so-called American Communists in the I \ really were.8 Ruth Crawford, an American, was a I nited Nations information officer. In 1939. Miss Crawford had informed the Fill that she had been a member of the Communisl parly for a little more than a year, beginning in 1935. Thereafter. sin' was employed by the I nited State's governmenl for eight years. When she wets questioned by senatorial investigators looking into possible subversion in the United Neilieens. she told of joining and of leaving lhe Communist party lent she refused to say who had invited her to join.5 For the decency of refusing to help smear former friends anil acquaint- —Wide World Pholo Jerusalem Truce Commission shown as it met Count Bernadotte (in uniform at center), mediator for Palestine. At extreme right is Ralph Bunche, UN representative. Page 9
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