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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 10, November 1955 - File 032. 1955-11. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 28, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/629/show/591.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 10, November 1955
Alternate Title Facts Forum News, Vol. IV, No. 10, November 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date November 1955
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • 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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  • Facts Forum News
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Transcript Syngman Rhee Outlines Dangers of the S'aTijTE MIL.5 AT EQU4TO0 :#Vsfr 0 POLAND O AUSfRIA © 4LB4NM $) MONGOLIA © f. GERMANY 0 HUNGARY Q BULGARIA 0 AMNCHURM ©CZfCHOSLOlMKMOffOMANM 0 CHINA l£ W. KORfA I Area added to USS' under Stalin'-, die**' torshlp. |Communiit domin. (.<. Status Quo Peace" T "When the statesmen of the world meet in a top-level conference and agree among themselves to 'postpone' the issue and to 'relax tension' so that the status quo will not be disturbed, at leasl for the time being, they are simply giving in tin- Communisl dictators the chance they want i<> continue tl»is- process of exterminating all opposition and fixing their grip permanently upon these conquered areas."" stated Syngman Rhee, President of Korea, on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of tlie liberation of Korea. The complete text of his speech, with minor deletions, is presented here. HE biggest problem in the world to- eleiy is how io deal with the problem of Communist aggression. And the biggest danger to our liberties is lhal many people, in approaching this problem, are missing the essential point. The question many people are asking is not how to deal with Communist aggression, but how lo preserve peace. This is precisely the mistake the Communist leadership wants us I" make. for the leaders in Moscow and in Peiping know that if we concentrate on how to repel aggression, we will strengthen our determination to resist their designs lor world conquest. Bul il. or the other hand, we concentrate upon a search for peace, mir very will to resist will be weakened. Ii i- ei simple' fact thai peace is never difficult to achieve, There is ei kiml of peace which eem he- gained by absolute surrender; ihis is whal Czechoslovakian leaders decided to accept when Russia put them under pressure back in 1948. There is also ei kiml e.f half-peace which can be won l.v compromise emd concessions—a peace iheit solves nothing lnii merely postpones the issue while the enemy strengthens himse-lf and proceeds with his own plans for ultimate conquest, Ihis j- the kiml of false peace which was decided upon, against our will, when the truce was signed at Panmunjom. Then, there is a third kind of ostrich- Page 30 like peace that consists of turning one's head away from the danger emd repeating very loudly and frequently thai it does not actually exist. This is the self- deceiving semblance of peace, called neutralism, which is being preached from one end of the world to the other hv nun like Prime Minister Nehru of India. PEACE AT ANY PRICE? Our very good friend. President Eisenhower, believes theit he' heis found still another kind of peace a peace of mutual forbearance, in which each side, recognizing the futility of modern weir. agrees to pursue ils own aims in every way ii can short of armed conflict, This weis ih,- gisl of his message delivered in the Russian rulers eit Geneva, and il is the policy which we may expeel will be still further developed tor dealing with the troublesome issues eif \si;i. We. on our part, honor everv effort thai can possibly be made to averl war on an honorable basis, Our nation 1ms suffered from war more than am other countrj in modern times, eunl we are -lill struggling with the terrible effects which il ha- |ia(| upon our economy and in our daily liu-s. But, I must repeat, lhe rceil problem is nol how to achieve peace, bul how in eleeel effectively with Communist ag- gression. ll is no light matter that lhe Russian delegation went home from Geneva I \' IS FORUM NEWS, November, 1955
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