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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 3, March 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Contributor
  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date March 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 hull.'' •ire winning friends in the UN, permit 'he United Nations to set our policy. WAIT FOR RIGHT MOOD At first, the Communists loudly re- l'-'l all suggestions for negotiation. This is merely a pail of the act—designed '" make ,,s eager, so thai when they do consent to negotiate, we will be in a wood to give them what they want, 'nat s how they have already conquered half of Asia. That's how they plan to '"'"pier the other half, take Formosa, Siielali- Chiang Kai-shek, gel into the "ileal Nations, and force America to 'xll'nel diplomatic recognition lo them.'" From 1915 to 1955. America, under ,'°lli Democratic and Republican administrations, has walked into every trap "' (.liinesc Communists have set for us. tor ten years, our consistent China Policy has been one' of appeasing the ■""uni,„i>i> behind, of course, a fac- :""' of bluster which is strictly for Amor- "'ao home consumption." . "he,, the Democrats were appeasing ','' Communists, however, there was .'""'spread public complaint about it. "' Republicans, having achieved bi- lsan harmony and national unity ill people irm stand Iondlv condemned Part . e'r policy of appeasement, arc reeeiv- .''- public praise for taking a fir Ra,nst the Cnmrminisls.1 Tl, ft'-1 . "'' into the Formosa Strait to neu- ';"<'■<• Chiang Kai-shek ii, 1950 are the |j) ones who are now applauding thc ''/'"I'lie-ans for doing the same thing, °"ly worse.*1 ,,| '." line will, the President's widely ac- juried message lo Congress on lhe For- »an crisis, we have once again neu- *nzed Formosa will, our Seventh Fleet ,i a";' mo,,-. We have- publicly named for ^Communists lhe e,ffsh,,re- Nationalist ,^"'is which we- will permit them lo '': and we have deliberately remained '!"'"- ,,l if,,. ula,„| aboul ih,- remaining important s. such ;is Matsu anel Qncmoy— Chinese Nationalist troops move artillery up under watchful eyes of the U.S. Seventh Fleet. leaving these islands on the bargaining table as an invitation to ihe Communists to come and negotiate for them.-" If and when we- complete this purchase of another meaningless agreemenl wilh the Communists al the expense of Chiang Kai-shek—where will we be? FINAL BETRAYAL OF FREEDOM \\ c will be well on lhe- w;,v toward tin- final betrayal of the cause of freedom in Asia the- betrayal which Dean Acheson tried In engineer in 1919 when he- had Philip Jessup prepare- lhal lying white pap,-,- which said thai Formosa was of no strategic importance to us ami lhal we should therefore permit the Communists lo take il.'-' America, of course, should never again send another American soldier to -Wide World Photo S- Air Force Sabrejets lined up on the ready line at an air base near Taipeh, Formosa. Ts FORUM NEWS, March, 1955 Be sure and see page l~< —Wide World Photo ramp to ship for evacuation from the Tachens ■ lie in Asia. We never should have per miiie-el ourselves i,i gel involved in Asiatic affairs as we now arc. Bul we are involved, and we can't just walk away. There is a way out—with honor. \\ ilh one of our fleets lhe e,,,,- that's already over there— and wilh lhe ground forces lhat Syngman Rhee anil (hieing Kai-shek could supply, we- I without landing one American soldier on the Asian mainland I could ele-slnev the Communist regime in China.-1 If we would gather together the vasl military stores which we- are- scattering all over the earth now in places where they never will be- used t*> fight communism, and pour those military supplier in le, Chiang Kai-shek ;,n,l Syngman Rhee, we- probably could starl a rapid disintegration of Communisl power. The Communists have already murdered over twenty million Chinese. The) an- bound to Inn,- millions ,,l bitter and implacable enemies inside- (Ihina. If well-feel and well-equipped Asiatic armies from Formosa ami South Korea started simultaneous invasions of the Chinese mainland, il is more than likely lhal widespread rebellion and wholesale desertions from lln- Communist ranks would break mil all over China and in Indochina.2' Whal if all this didn't happen? \\ hal if the Communists destroyed Chiang Kai-shek and Syngman Rhee? There is one- thing we can be sure of: America cannol fight Asia's war for Asia. If there are nol enough Asians willing and able to fight leer their own freedom, wilh us giving the wherewithal to fight, then \sia simply e';,nnee[ be Pairc 17
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