—Wide World Photo
UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold
'left) conferred with Red China's Premier
Chou En-lai in Peiping in an effort to obtain
'elease by Red China of American fliers held
According to lhe armistice, they were
"ipposed to return all American prisoners. Yel we knew from the beginning
Wat they we're' holding back over a
"lousand of our soldiers, keeping them
;ls political hostages with which to bribe
;""i intimidate us in lhe future.
On Thanksgiving Eve. 1951. the
Communists openly announced to the
u'orld that thev had convicted and sentenced thirteen of these Americans.**
what have we done about that? We
"•ve applauded the head of tin' United
Rations for going lo Peiping, hat in
"and. lo beg for us.
, Sinister forces in the United Nations
"''I the hands of all the great American
penerals who served in Korea, and
J'oughl death to thousands of gallant
American boys who fought there.
"Im an- these sinister people in lhe
' "ilcd Nations?
Obviously they are lhe people who
"ii the I niiiil Nations. You can be sure
fit every United Nations employee
™rn every Communist country is a
'""iinuni'st. Everyone from a Socialisl
''""ni is a Socialist. Everyone from a
o' "[';lI mil ion is either a neutralist, a
! '"'ieili-1. or a Communisl. Now. if the
e ' employees from America are also
mmunists, or neutralists,
What chance does u.s. have?
"ie record of the- last ten veins
ls'"'i- thai question: we have none, li
^'"'I'l help if we could clean all of the
|'.IV|Tsivi's. Communists, Socialists, ami
,8cellaneous un-American pinkies oul
'he American quota on the Inited
Ml;H chance d,,e.s \
Rations Secretarial staff: but the hour
already loo late for that lo he
"'l-l,,,,], 33 -
he United Nalions has become a
are for frustrating American policj
! "' dissipating American strength, li
become a spieler we'll fnr trapping
|. '"an freedom. During every minute of
j. . ten veals thai we nave been in ihe
In., i Nations, we have been plunging
*"long toward national disaster. The
' way to stop thai fatal plunge is
us to get oul of thi' United Nations
i•"! gel ih,' 1 nited Yilioiis oul of the
*CTS FORUM NEWS, Mun. 1955
—Wide World Photo
Jeeps of the UN Military Armistice Commission observer team were marked with white
flags as they entered the neutral lone in Korea in 1 953.
1 "Story of Communism in the IN." l.v Rob-
eri Morris, /. S. Veuu it- II orld Report,
Dec. 5, 1952, p. 19.
""What Grand Jury Found in UN," U. S.
Sews & II ,„ 1,1 Report, Dee. IH. [952, pp.
8 Report <>t the Subcommittee te. Investigate
Internal .Security. Committee of the Jueli-
e-ieirv. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1952.
4 "Rehirings, Damages Ordered," Washington
Post, Sept. 2. 195.",.
■'' "Loyalty Ouster- e.f l.S. Aiiles in I'N are
Ruled ill.-eil." Vein ),.//. Times, Sept. 2,
""Whose I'N Is It'.'" Nation magazine, Sept
12. 1953, p. 2111.
7 "Sim Francisco to 42nd Street," hy Max
\-eaeii. '/'/..' Reporter magazine, Ilea'. 2.
1951. p. 9.
»"Can We Meek.' ill.- I N Effective?" 7Wn
Meeting of the lie Oct. 26, 1954.
""The Hate Campaign Againsl tin- UN—One
World I inIer Mm. k." l.v Gordon I). Hull.
Beacon I'tess. I!..s 195.'!.
Who Is Out eel Step?" Christian Science
Monitor, Dec, 11. 1953.
11 "Ledge on I'N Firings," Washington Times
II,;,il.l. Sept. 25. 1953.
12 "Reporl t.. the General Vssembly of tin'
I'N." l.v Trviev,' Lie, UN Bulletin, Mar. 15.
195.',. ,,. 191.
3 "Communists in il„. 1 \ Throw 1 .S. Fasl
Curves," Southern Conservative (Ft. Worth.
Texas), November-December, 1955.
1 The ('.him, Story, l.v Freda Utley, pp. 3-29.
published bj 11.any Regnery, Chicago, 1951.
5 America's Retreat loon Victory, l.v .Inse-pli
R. Mc( eulliv. p. 131. published lev I).v in
\eleeii- ( ,,.. New York.
""Soviets Getting Tougher with IS.." /'. >'.
Sews ,v- II ,o 1,1 Report, N..v. 19,1954,p.20.
1 "President's Views," I . S. News & World
Report, N..v. 19. 1951. pp. 92-94.
- America's Retreat horn Victory, pp. 79-101.
•Testimony of Gen. I),.113l.es MacArthur,
Hearings before tin- Committee on Armed
Services anel tlie Committee mi Foreign Relations, I ,S. Senate, Vug. 17. 1951. I .S.
Governmenl Printing Office, Washington,
I ).C. p. 3583.
'"Slavery t nder the I \." Clover Business
tetter. Supplement, February, 1952.
' "Agreement .... Prisoners of War," UN liul
I,■tin. lone 15. 1953. p. H8.
' "Korea: End oi Prisoner's Story," U. S.
Sews X II mlil Report, Ian. 29. 1951, p. 47.
1 "Blackmail Schemes," Time magazine, Sept.
21, 1953, p. 33.
1 "Apathy emd \tr<..'it\." Newsweek, Ann. 17.
195',. p. 21.
• New York Times, Nov. 21. 1951. pp. 1-8.
1 "Capitol Stuff," l.v John O'Donnell, lull,-.
Evening Monitor (McAUen, Texas), Sept.
^ - ^s,
; - v
—Wide World Photo
The U.S. Army released this photo and described it as some of the thousands of victims
massacred by the Communist-led North Koreans at Taejon in the summer of 1950.