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Transcript THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE -To Plead for a Return of Constitutional Government- Vol. 8 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, MARCH, 1957 No.3 Ministers of "Social Gospel" Must Be Re-Converted to Christianity They Fly Fly Fly-And Yak Yak Yak In just one day's editions of the newspapers recently, we were told that Premier Guy Mollett of France was flying from Paris to Washington to confer with Eisen­hower and Dulles; that Harold MacMillan, Prime Minister of England and President Eisenhow­er of the United States would soon fly to Bermuda to confer with each other; that King Saud of Saudi Arabia may fly to Moscow to con­fer with Bulganin and Krusch­chev; that Abba Eben, Israel Am­bassador had just flown to New York to confer with United Na­tions and United States officials; that Vice President Richard Nixon was flying to Morocco, Libya, Tu­nisia and Italy to confer and to spread good will; that Soviet Min­ister of State Farms, V. A. Bebed­. tov, w · fly from oscow to the same t erritory cover ed by Nixon and will confer with the same of­ficials. Strangely enough, there was nothing said on that day about where Dulles was flying but it may be taken for granted that he had flown somewhere or was pre­paring to, as he seldom lights on the ground. All of which mak es us wonder if the Wright Brothers rendered such a great service to civilization, af­ter all, when they invented the airplane. When heads of nations and diplomats were still earthbound and could not leap into the air and across the ocean in a matter of hours to do a little plain and fancy meddling, they had time to think about what they were doing and why, and to ask themselves the question: "is this trip neces­sary"? Now, they wake up every morn­ing, leap out of bed and attack a new world problem that has bob­bed up during the night and they consider the day lost when they don't buzz off in all directions like a covey of quail flushed out of a corn patch. It is our considered opinion that if some sort of worldwide stay-at­home - and - mind - your - own - business movement could be launched with the obj ective of keeping world leaders and diplo­mats latched to their own bail­wicks, and providing that the heads of any nation who ventured be­yond their borders during their tenure of office would be automa­tically fired from the job, world tensions and the threat of World War III would materially dimin­Ish. There is not very much the matter with the world at large that less talking and mixing and med­dling would not cure. Senator Admits Democrats Have About Run Out of Sucker-Bait Senator John F. Kennedy, United States Senator from Massa­chusetts. and who has always impressed us as the last word in charming, gracious and amiable mediocrity, implies in an article in Life Magazine that Modern Republicanism is nudging New Dealism so far to the left that the Democrats are about to slide off the bench. He wants, naturally, to see his party stage a comeback in 1960 and his inference Is that to do this the Democrats must come out for even ·more 10liberal" policies than have been heretofore proposed. This suggestion is extremely confusing since it is impossible for either one of the major parties to go any farther to the left without outright amalgamation with the Communist Party most of whose thund­er they have already stolen. 11Democratic leaders must be increasingly willing to put the party's future ahead of sectional, and factional disputes", says the Senate's bushy-headed gift to bobby-soxers which is another way of implying that the South must be pushed out of the Party so thal the Socialists can get on with the business of Marx. Admitting that such a query is unreasonable and incomprehensible to one who su~scribes to the brand of thinking in which the junior sen­ator from Massachusetts indulges, we make bold to ask if it has ever occured to him and his buddies that the injection of a little honesty, integrity and Americanism into the Democratic Party's jaded jackass might prove such an innovation and change from anything that has been offered by either party in twenty live years, that the American people might go for it? They should try it sometime and see what happens. What have they got to lose? Within the past quarter century International Commu· nism has been able to bring more than 800,000,000 people of various countries within its evil orbit but its greatest triumph was scored in the United States. This was its successful Invasion of American pulpits where support of the leaders of an organized church group boasting 45,000,000 members was enlisted in the Soviet propaganda campaign to undermine our Constitution, discredit our Free Enterprise system and Socialize the nation's youth as a prelude to the peaceful overthrow of the American form of government. Since consecrated Ministers of the Gospel have been the bulwark of the nation's strength and greatness since the Republic was born, this defection to the Marxist cause has delivered a body blow not only to Constitutional Government in the United States but to Christian civilization throughout the world. . When the startling revelation was made some years ago by respon .. s1ble researchers in the religious field that the old Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America was a sinister organization dedicated not to the propagation o! spiritual principles laid down in the Holy Bible but to the advancement of the political ideologies set for th in the Com­munist Manifesto, there was widespread r esentmen t of this charge as a libelous indictment of the most impeccable and devout element of human society. However, as the Socialist pronouncements of the FCC became un­mistakable and clear, not only in utterances from the pulpits of its member churches but in its printed literature, faint suspicion that these charges might be true became definite conviction. When it was learned that one of the ch ief sponsors of the organization had been a Com­munist, the FCC was so thoroughly discredited that its promoters decided its usefulness to the "cause" was at an end. Accordingly, the name of the organization was changed to the Na­tional Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.A .. It was hoped, by this disguise, that the new set-up would command public respect since none of those named to head the remodeled organization were known to be Communists although it later developed that many of them had Commu­nist front affiliations. Also, there was no change in FCC policies and the same dedication to Marxist principles was soon obvious in all official actions, resolutions and pronouncements of the supposedly renovated and disinfected group. Meantime, as it has brought additional denominations into the or­ganization with a total boasted membership of 45,000,000, has been allowed to prepare the material which goes into sermons and Sunday school lessons mailed out in the form of packaged religious thinking to all local member churches, the NCC has become bolder and more aggressive and no longer makes any particular effort to deny its Marxist objectives. Strictly religious subjects are seldom discussed in its liter­ature and it boasts openly of its prestige with Federal officials and agencies and of its influence in shaping American and world policies of government. The great American Free Enterprise system under whose opera­tion churches have been able to erect vast million-dollar structures reaching toward the clouds and through whose initiative and generosity the value of church properties in the United States has expanded into billions, has been held up to public scorn by dignitaries in the Federal Council as decadent, outworn and totally incapable of serving the needs of a modern economy. On the other hand, the Marxist system under which these eccles .. iastical politicians would still be preaching under a tent and, in.­stead of whizzing around in Cadillacs would now be jogging along in Model-T Fords, is projected as the standard on which all earthly govern­ing systems should be modeled. But while they have wrought almost irreparable harm to the na .. tion's economic, political and social pattern, the damage they have dona to its spiritual fabric through the denial of the Virgin Birth and im .. plied suspicion of the Divinity of Christ, as publicly proclaimed by soma (Continued on Page 2) M ill i on s of Am e rica n s T h ink I t-T h e S out h e r n C on s e r v at i v e S a y s It Pogo 2 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE M"ch, 1957 Ministers of "Social Gospel" Must Be (Continued from PaJe 1) of the Council's spokesmen, is beyond any human power to repair. The whole conception of the Christian religion is based on the idea of the Immaculate Conception and the Divine origin of Christ the Re­deemer and in subtly weakening the belief of multitudes of citizens of our Christian Republic in this Divine Miracle, these clerical Marxists in the National Council of Churches have set Christianity back a thous- =~1~~rJe~~[~~l~h i~ ~ha~!I~~~~~eh:;t~cf::~~e~ai\~e ~~~~~r:~~~e~o 0~a~u~~~; dismiss as allegorical myth. It is almost impossible for the average American to grasp the fact that an alien atheistic philosophy of government and of spiritual values has been able to penetrate the sacred sphere of religion in a Christi_an nation and pervert some of its ministers to the extent that such mm· isters would yield up life-long faith in the divine inspiration of t.he Bible and enter into a combine with anti-Christian forces to re-wnte and distort that Holy Book in order that it might appease skeptics, _dis­believers and mockers of the simple faith implanted in human mmds centuries ago by the hallowed teachings of the Man of Galilee. Because this invasion of the American pulpit by avowed enemies of Christianity is almost incomprehensible to normal minds, it might be helpful to review some of the do~um~nted informa~ion !rom aut~en· tic sources exposing the Marxist tratl as It has wound tts shmy way mto religious areas of the American Republic. First we should recall the statement of J. Edgar Hoover made in May, 195i, when evidence of Communist infiltration into Ameri~an churches could no longer be ignored: "I confess to a real apprehensiOn so long as Communists are able to secure mini~ters. of the gos~l. to promote their evil work and espouse a cause that IS ahen to the rehgwn of Christ, .. "(Page 28, House Document 136, "100 Things You Should Know About Communism." May 14, 1951). Working as an undercover agent !or the FBI inside the Communist Party for nine years, Herbert ~hilbrick has _testifi~<1; ~nd~r oa~h to com­mittees of Congress investigatmg Con:mums.t a~bvtttes ~n this coun~ry many times and has given valuable first-hand mformabon concermng methods of Communist infiltration into American groups, including the churches. In a statement inserted in the record of a hearing before the Com­mittee on Un-American Activities, House of Representatives Investi­gating Communist Activities in the New York Area, Part 5, July 6, 1953, page 2021, Mr. Philbrick stated: H'I'he publicly available record of support elicited by the comrades among church leaders is appalling. Virtu~lly no C~:n~mu?ist or Commu· nist front activity takes place today wtthout mmtstenal and church support, sponsorship or participa~ion. . . HSometimes this shows up m church literature. The Commumst Party leans heavily upon publicly-printed and distributed magazines, papers and books which do not bear Communist Party identification as such. But one can spot \his Communist influence by the terminology often used- the scoffing at capitalism, labeling of the United States as 'imperialist'. the sneering directed at the profit motive ... Most of the persons involved in the pulpit, in publishing, in the training of ministers have been duped. It is not so difficult to believe that good men can be hoodwinked. But H will come as a jolt to many Christians to discover that some members of the clergy are not dupes but hardened Communists who are completely loyal to Russia". Philbrick told of orders which he received from Communist head­quarters to 'go underground' and join that tosrlevel section of the Party identified as the "pro-group", the most deeply secret section of the Communist Party in the United States. He told of finding within this secret group lawyers, teachers, professors, business men, authors, pub­lishers, government workers and then. added: .,B:ut to me, the most shocking fact was that there was a spectal subversive cell of hardened, trained agents of Stalin, men who were ministers of the gospel. Members ~~em~~~:~~~s~~~~~;rrs~c~e~::~: ~~~!":s~~u;!~~s~!f;i~:1 t~a~~~:~~ distrust in our government, our leaders and our way of life; spreading distrust and hatred of 1capitalists', business men, employers, company heads, stockowners; popularizing a sly contempt for the police, the courts, the FBI and other government law·enforcement agencies; attack­ing all anti-Communist individuals, laws, measures and investigative groups; defending Communist Party mem~rs and fellow travellers; lending their weight to the indoctrinating of youth in seminaries; par­ticipating in Soviet espionage and transmitting intelligence informa­tion for the Soviet government; providing stature and integrity to Communists and pro-Communists by church sponsorship; and by clever and subtle operation, victimizing many hundreds of non-Communist ministers and laymen into seeming support of the Soviet dictatorship and enmity against their own United States government. I am not guessing about this. I saw these ministers in action-ruthless Commu­nist leaders prostituting the Christian ministry to the evil ends of atheism and oppression. They knew exactly what they were doing ... " Philbrick was, of course. only a pretended member of the Communist Party and was actually working for the FBI but his high position in the Party gave him access to vital information concerning their methods of operation. His testimony is backed up in innumerable cases by those who were actual bona !ide members of the Party and who did not join for the laudable purpose of exposing this damnable conspiracy against the United States as Philbrick did. One of their members who was on the inside in Party affairs was an intelligent colored man, Manning John­son, who was active in Communist Party councils from 1932 until 1940 when he realized the actual objectives of Communism and left the Party. He has since given valuable information to the FBI and to com­mittees of Congress. Mainly his testimony has been concerned with the infiltration of Communists into American churches as his activities were largely in that sphere of action when he faithfully served the Party. Johnson told how the Kremlin had a small force In the religious seminaries in the United States under the leadership of Harry F. Ward, one of the sponsors of the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America. ''These were quickly augmented by additional recruits siphon-ed into the divinity institutions by manipuiations of Communist cells in the seminaries," Johnson testified u?de~ oath. "The plan was to make .the semmanes the nee~ of a funnel through which thousands of potenbal cler~men would Issue f~rth, carrying with them in varying degrees, an Ideology and slant which would aid them in neutralizing the anti-Communist character of the church and also to use the clergy to spearhead important Communist projects," Johnson testified and added: "This policy was success!ul beyond even Communis~ expectations, The combination of Commumst clergymen, clergymen with a pro-Com. munist ideology, plus thousan?s of clergymen who :vere s?ld. the prin­ciple of considering Commumst causes .as progres~1ve, w_Ithm twenty years furnished the Soviet apparatus with ~ machme. which ~as used as a religious cover for the overall ~OJ:?mU?lS~ oper.atlon rangmg f:om immediate demands to actually furmshmg atd m espwnage and outnght treason ... Communists in churches and other religious organizations were instructed to utilize the age·old tradition of the sanctity of the church as a cover for their own dastardly deeds. Through Reds in re­ligion, we have a true living example of the old saying: 'The Devil doth the scripture quote'. The Communists learned that the clergymen under their control served as a useful 1respectable face' for most of their 1front' activities. In this way the name of religion was used to spearhead the odious plots hatched by the agents of anti-religious Soviet Communism". Johnson offered the conclusion that one such professor of divinity was more dangerous than twenty Red agents. (See Investigation of Commu­nist Activities in the New York City Area, Part 8, Hearkgs before Un .. American Activities Committee, House of Representatives, Washington, D. C., 1st session 83rd Congress, July 13 and 14, 1953, pages 2278 and 2279). While the Christian people of the United States can thank the eternal God that there are still devoted and consecrated Ministers of the Gospel in every city, town and village throughout the land who have remained steadfast in their faith and have not succumbed to the insid­ious and corrupt influence of the National Council of Churches, it can· not be disputed that this latter group is generally regarded as the voice of organized religion in this country. Neither can it be denied that the influence, power and prestige of the nation's religious forces rests with, and is exercised by, this vast clerical monopoly which commits its , alleged 45,000,000 members to subversive political, economic and social policies in the same high· handed manner that corrupt political machines in New York, Phila­delphia and Chicago manipulate the votes of millions of Puerto Ricans, Negroes and assorted aliens which keep their candidates in office. While perhaps not one in each thousand church members whose denomination is affiliated with the National Council, is in sympathy with its Socialistic objectives, or even know that they are being voted like sheep when the Council's leaders go into executive session and define its course of political action, this very ignorance on the part of those who are being used and their lack of opportunity to dissent or resist, renders the Council one of the most impregnable, invulnerable an~ ~orrupt polit~cal-religious machines ever allowed to help shape the poht~~;t ~~0~~~1 at~~ c~~~e~;~~ ~:a~niop:-.r~: : l~~~!i~'}Fo~tt~· Amencan clergy subservient to its evil ends, as outlined by the unimpeachable witnesses mentioned above, is succeeding, may be sur· mised by an appraisal of the position of the National Cow1cil of Churches on issues of current and desperate concern to right-thinking Ameri· cans who are fearful of their country's future as a free Christian Re­public. . The N ation~l Council has endorsed the recognition of Communist Chma by the Umted States and its acceptance into the United Nations; i~ has vigoro~sly denounced all investigations into Communist infiltra­tion of American government agencies by committees of Congress; it has demanded the breaking down of our inunigration law which was en­acted to J?rotect the internal security of the United States, in order that Commumsts may be admitted in droves to American shores; it has worke.d ceaslessly for the destruction of American sovereignty and the establishment of a one-world government in which this country would be a mere_province within an international Communist set-up; it has sent left wmg speakers all over the United States and circulated subver· sive books, tracts and pamphlets throughout the nation's religious groups, all of which activity is intended to discredit fundamental Amer­~ cat: princ~ples ~f government and to replace spiritual values as embod .. ted m Chrtstiamty with the atheistic ideologies of Karl Marx, and it has shamele~ly abandoned. all accepted moral concepts in lining up w~th Int~rnah?n~l Commumsm's program of racial mongrelization by m­ducmg millions of church members, including respectable white women, to spons?r proposals for the social mixing of the races which their scarlet Sisters would scornfully reject as an insult. The Council's ali~i fo.r putting racial integration first on its aget~da ~nd relentlessly pushmg tt on all fronts is that they are merely acting m acc_ordance with the Christian spirit of Brotherhood as laid down in th~ Bible. Bu~ t~ey ?o~'t explain why the ministry completely ignored ~hi~ alleged B1bhca; lllJUnction for centuries and only became interested m It whe"; In.ternah_onal Communism's program for the social mixing of the races In the Umted States was launched and millions upon millions ~!~~~~- became available to all who would join in the propaganda In addition, forty-nine of the "liberal" ministers who in one way c~~~~~h:;o~n~sa~e~~llvl~eh~~:~o:~:::i ~a;:7b~~~ti~~~~:~o~\~gt~~ ~:i~:t~~~~:s~evoted to the promotion of the Communist cause in the . But the strongest evidence of the Council's influence in the con· splracy of International Communism to break down Constitutional Go~trnment and Christianity in the United States is reflected in the pu 15?-ed statements of many religious leaders, appearing under their own ~~Ignatur~, whi~h cannot be lightly dismissed or brushed aside: . Birth.Io~~na ~~a~r~\~~f:~~~~· ~t~~i~~~o~~~ynd~~t~f:;eo~nt~~e X~~~~ :_~t, and I do not kno:w any intelligent Christian Minister who dot;s· Chu~~rti~~~~o~!,~~dick, pastor of the Rockefeller-financed Riverside uof all those supreme things (Nazism, Fascism, Communism and (Continued on Pare 3) Macch, 1957 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Page ] Campaign for 48 States Is Educators Join Program for the Approved by Indiana Solons Nobody Wdl Be Impeached Regardless of What They Do 'rile five amendments which the Campaign for the 48 States is pushing for passage and which it is felt are vital to the restoration of Constitutional Government in the United States have been en­dorsed by resolutions passing both Houses of the Indiana legislature according to information reaching us. The passage of this resolution followed the broadcast of the Cam­paign in that area and which will be repeated in the larger cities of the country at an early date. The five amendments are the Byrd-Bridges Amendment, t h e Reed-Dirksen Amendment. t h e Mundt Coudert Amendment, the Reed-Walter Amendment and the Bricker Amendment. The Byrd-Bridges Amendment would require annual budget bal­ancing, the Reed-Dirksen Amend­ment proposes to put a ceiling on income tax levies, the Mundt­Coudert Amendment would reform the electoral college and prevent abuses in elections; the Reed-Wal­ter Amendment would give power to 36 States to amend the Constitu­tion without the intervention of Congress and the Bricker Amend­ment is intended to prevent the overriding of the American Consti­tution and domestic law by treat­ies. The Campaign for the 48 States, is gambling a substantial invest­ment in a series of five television films that public opinion can be crystalized via TV. Each of the five films deals with one of the amendments proposed by the Campaign and is done in narrative style illustrated by dra­matic sequences and featuring the appearance of a national leader advocating the amendment. Among those testifying are Ad­miral Ben Moreell, Armiral Harold Martin, Representative Ralph W. Gwinn, Senator Karl Mundt, Sen­ator Harry Byrd, Clarence Manion and Robert B. Snowden, the na­tional chairman of the Campaign. From. former member Western Governors Mine1·aL Policies Con­ference: "May I express admira­tion for your ability to discern the essential facts underlying many current issues and to comment on them in simple and understand­able terms?" Debauchery and Debasement of Youth The horror and depravity of the Supreme Court ruling on Segrega­tion is being reflected in New York public schools where integration­mad Negroes and pro-Communist white educators have launched a city­wide campaign of forced integration designed to inspire a measure of juvenile debauchery and youth defilement that defies human belief. The frightening details are revea led, together with lewd pictures, in an article in the February 22 edition of the U. S. News and World Re­port but unless one's anatomy is equipped with a cast iron inner lining. the reading of it will induce violent nausea. Because much of the mongrelization propaganda, originating in Moscow, has been channelled out to the nation from New York bases, and because insults and slurs have been repeatedly hurled at the South from that area. there is a strong temptation to say that it serves them right. But it must not be forgotten that there are millions of New Yorkers who are not converts to the Soviet racial doctrine and who have valiant­ly resisted the tidal wave of subversive emigrants who have flooded that port for a quarter century and who have joined with forces in this c.ountry antagonistic .to the American form of government and way of life. To that unwavermgly loyal element of New York citizenship should ~~::it:;~se?n ~~~i1:V~~:-~~as~:!esympathy of all decent and upright The U.S. News and World Report's article on the affair is factual and they made no editorial comment on the immorality and depravity involved in the situation, but from it we learn that discrimination against Negroes played no part in the recent action of New York school authorities in reshuffling students from one school to another. They merely wanted to insure that there would be no school left in that city in which black and white children did not have close physical and social contact. Where there were schools in White neighborhoods which no Ne­groes attended because of residence qualifications, taxpayers' money is to be spent to transport Negroes many miles out of the way in order to. mix them in Wh~te s~hools and children from exclusively White neighborhoods are lik:ew1se to be carried long distances from their homes and placed in black schools. "No child should be deprived of the right to attend a mixed school," announced one of the moral outcasts who is handling the program and added that a square dancing class had been set up by the school to encourage further social contact. Pictures accompanying the article show bewildered looking little white girls being hugged and pawed by grinning black boys. From these pictures it is clear that the idea is to have White girls dance with Negro boys and White boys with Negro girls. By forcing white children into this unnatural social and physical mixing with black ones the cowardly and depraved mongrelization con­spirators have the consolation of knowing that their yile and contempt­ible program for human defilement and eventual extinction of the White race is well on its way to fulfillment. Every American who is concern­ed about the dangerous pl'oposr.ls for racial mixing should write to Hon. L. Mendel Rivers, House Of­The resolution by the Georgia S!'n­ate demanding the imp!'achment or Unit<'d Stales Supreme Court justic('S for "high crimes and misdemeanors in offite" evoked hearty approval throughout the SouU1 but of course this step will not be taken. We have come to U1e place where this wise provision. o( the ConstilutiOil is practically a dead letter and our elected national orticials have proved many times in the past two dCCJde!l l..hat they can comffiit any crime in the calendar. up to and including treawn, without fear of punishment Our derelection in this mslter ia another of the by-product!! of the fierce anti-American propaf{anda which has engulfed this nation like a lidal wave since 193~. making ll" immune to resentment of corruptiotl in high office. Maybe She'll Stick Around And Wait for the Next War Tokyo Rosf", the brazen Japanese woman who tried to, and did, demor­alize American soldiers during World War II with her broadcasts from Ja­pan may stay in the United State9 permanently. Although deportation proceedings were instituted against her following her release from prison where she spent six years of the ten imposed against her tor treason, late reports say the ease against her may be drop­ped Immigration authorities were vague when interviewed by newspaper men recently concerning the case and in Washington, reporters were told that the case is "under advis~ment" but that the government wn.s "proceeding slo.wll.C' in the .matter. (l~hat go s without saying.) She was only charged with tn•ason against this country which has come to be regarded in recent years as in theelasswith traffic law violation, so she will probably wriggle free. Perhaps, after all, we should feet lucky ii she is not given a medal. ---- Our prediction is that John Fos­ter Dulles will step down and out of the State Department and that Christian Herter, assistant Secre­tary of State will succeed him. If this should prove correct, there is no particular cause for rejoicing since Herter has the open support of Americans for Democratic Ac­tion. It will be, as in the 1952 na­tional election, a change without a difference. fice Building, Washington, D. C., Front a farmer in Central llli­for one of his re-prints from the nois: " I am a victim of the farm. Congressional Record titled "Mi.t"- :~c~an~! a7t~~~r~heR;~;~l~;~::~ ed Schools and Mixed Blood'' by paper for a whole year but 1 am. the distinguished writer, Herbert enclosing a quarter for the latest Ravenal Sass of South Carolina. __co.: .:P:Y:.._"_. __ Ministers of "Social Gospel" Must Be credit and monetary systems and the economic process for the common good."-Declaration of Principles of the Federal Council before it chang­ed its name to the National Council of Churches. (Continued' from Page 2) Capitalism) capitalism seems to have the cheapest and most tawdry goal."-E. Stanley Jones, Socialist1 and former official of the National Council of Churche.s on page 66 of his book "Choice Before Us" and who also said on page 56 of the same book: " 'To each according to his need and from each according to his ability' is an ultimate idea in eco­nomics as much as two and two make four is ultimate in mathematics". "The Bible has lost all hold on leaders of thought and is certainly destined before many years to become one of the curiosities of the Past." -J. B. Pratt, religious instructor, Williams College. "We are all agreed that the present social order has to give way to something more cooperative, not stopping sh.ort of the social ownership of the greater means of production, or a soc1al control that comes virt­ually to the same end ... We admit the right of revolution in a nation­the right to change its form of government when it thinks it can better itself."-Former Bishop Frances J. McConnelL once president of the National Council of Churches, on page 89 of his book "Christianity and Coercion" and who also said on page 24 of the same book: "Russia has today stern dictators. The reason why the present dictators hold their power is the general conviction that they are seeking to serve the mass of the people." "The record of Jesus' life is entirely second-hand and in many points untrustworthy ... satisfying to no person who thinks."-Dr. C. C. McCowan, Professor of the New Testament. Pacific School of Re­ligion. "We go through the gestures of prayer but we do not, cannot, ex­pect results. Accordingly, as I see it, prayer in the conventional sense of the word is doomed as surely as burnt sacrifice and the Juggernaut car.''-Morton Scott Enslin. Crozier Theological Seminary lecturer. "The churches should stand for social planning and control of the "The appeal to post-mortem rewards and punishments is distinctly out of fashion. Such beliefs have lost their appeal. The post-mortem li[e has no bearing on conduct".- The late head of the Divinity School of the University of Chicago. Shai1er Mathews. "I do not believe that the religion of tomorrow will have any more place for petition or prayer than it will have for any other form of magic."-Professor Kirsopp Lake, Harvard Divinity School. "We shall hardly bandy words about the finality o( Christ. The field is open for any one at any time to mean more to men than Jesus has meant."-Dr. J. M. Nixon. Professor of Christian Theology, Colgate­Rochester Divinity School. These sickening and sacrilegious quotations from those who are aiding International Communism's crusade to destroy Christianity and Constitutional Government in the United States could be presented indefinitely but no point is served by nauseous repetition of these de­basing expressions by Men of the Cloth whose divinely allotted task is to bolster Christian faith of the American people and to foster loyalty and love of country in the hearts o~ American youth but who arc doing everything within their power to d1scredit both. No greater service could be rendered to the nation and to the Amer­ican people than that which would bring these lost souls back to the [old of the good Shepherd and re-convert them to the Christian religion. If this glorious end could be accomplished, the far-flung influence and prestige of these former servants of the Lord-whose very presence was once a gentle benediction and whose personal and clerical conduct served as a lofty and inspiring pattern for human behavior-would once more be exerted in efforts to perpetuate the Christian Republic they are now seeking so relentlessly to destroy-a Republic which has so richly endowed them with blessings beyond compare. The Southern Conservative A MONTHLY PUBLICATION OF EDITORIAL OPINION WITH NATIONAL CIRCULATION IDA M. DARDEN, Editor Editoriol Offices Flotiron Building Fort Worth, Texu Phone ED 2-2089 Price $5.00 Per Year {Everypaidtubscrib.rl• entltled to one fr .. tubtcrlpfion to be sent to eny peno11 ofhltchootlnq.} $ent without cod to mt mben of Congreu, m1mben of State l egi1letur.a, Governors, end oth.rpubllcofflclelt, theA w~~T~~~ i1f:~k:; a~4 :a~l:\ow~~~ against the storm. THE TENTH AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES: The power• not delegated to the United States by the Con1titutlon, nor prohibited bylttotheStetetarereservedtothe St.turespectifely,ol'lothepeople. One Litde Country Makes Monkey of United Nations If there Is still any American who, alter the miserable flop in the Gaza atrip !arce, still believes that the United Nntions can be of any service Jn "putting down aggression and maintaining peace throughout the world "he has a mind which Is closed and hermetically sealed. There are eighty nations in that one-world outfit and the reason given tor amalgating these countriea into a slngle unit was that, together, they would constitute such a powerful force as to be invulnerable. And yet Israel , a cocky little na­tion born through the simple exped­ient ot chasing the Arabs oli of their land and appropriating it as their own, was able to bluff the other seventy nine countries in the United Nations clear off the lot by simply saying "No" when ordered by the U.N. to get out or the Gaza Strip and U1e Aqaba Bay area. They stayed right where they were and practical­ly dared the United Nations to do anything about It. Following the ultimatum delivered by this diminutive country, the Unit­ed Nations was shown up as having the power, prestige and force in world a!fairs comparable to that exercised by the Ladies Aid Society in a cross­roadsnllage. When Israel finally agreed to get out of the Gaza Strip, it did so only after long negotiations with, not the United Nations, but the United States. No one knows what secret promises \vere made to induce them to yield and "save face" for U.N. and U.S. officials and of course we will never know until time comes for fullillment of whatever promises were made. The point of the whole thing is that the United Nations is of no force and erfcct whatever and it was the United Slates which jarred Israel from the Strip a!tcr that arrogant little coun­try had defied the United Nations and refused to budge. If the U.N. can't inOuence a country the size of Israel, it bccQmes rather puzzling how lhE'y can hope to exer­ci~ c authority over seventy-nine oth­ers and prevent them from commit­ting aggression. THI SOUTH!RN CONSERVATIVE Florida Supreme Court Refuses to Be Intimidated by Warren's Gang The most encouraging event in connection with the despicable integration mattet in recent months is the ruling of the Florida State Supreme Court invoking States Rights to prevent a Negro from ad­mission to the Florida State University which is a strictly white insti­tution. To the forces of law and order who have seen the appalling assaults on the Constitution in connection with the Communist-dictated integra­tion campaign, and especially upon the Tenth Amedment, the states­manlike words of J ustice B. K . Roberts in handing down the ruling were like refreshing rain on the su n-parched sands of the desert. The opinion said that the Court was merely "exer cising our tradi .. tiona! power as a State Court to decline to issue the extra-ordinary writ of mandamus if to do so would tend to work a serious public misch ief." The ruling was penned in courteous and respectful phrases, of course, but there was a thr ead with the firmness of steel running throughout the decision which left no doubt that this one State Supreme Court could not be intimidated and browbeaten by nine judicial in~ competents in Washington who recognize no rights in the segregation issue except those of Negroes. Speaking of recent decisions "which appear to infringe on States Rights" Justice Roberts said: "We cannot attribute to the Supreme Cour t an intention to abrogate the rule which denies to Federal Courts the right to regulate or control long-established rules of practice and procedure adopted by State courts for the administration of iustice therein. We cannot assume that the Supreme Court intended to deprive the h ighest Court of an independent sovereign State of one of its tradi­tional powers, that is the righ t to exercise a sound judicial discretion as to the date of the issuance of its process in order to prevent a serious public mischief." The ruling was in connection with attempts of a Negro, Virgil Hawkins, to gain admittance to the University of Florida law school, not, of course, that he was interested in the educational angle of the matter but merely as a stooge of the NAACP in its long campaign to erase the color line in Southern schools and universities. If the members of Supreme Courts in other States, Texas for instance, had possessed the understanding of our form of government and the Rights of the States under the Constitution, and had displayed the courage and conviction of the Florida Court, the diabolical assault on the South and its institutions by the Supreme Court would have been halted long ago. " The gov ernment is big and is going to stay blg, Taxes are high and are going to stay high. You can talk all you want about cut­ting the budget by five billion dollars but t hat just isn't going to be done" - Sam Rayburn's ver­sion of Harry Hopkins' classic pronouncement: uwe will spend and spend, tax and tax and elect and elect." Nothing is more comical than the phony courtesy of members of the Congress of the United States toward each othe1· when they say "will the gentleman yield", or n1 thank the gentle­man" and such. If we were a member we are afraid we might forget and instead of calling all our colleagues ugentlemen" we might address some of them by the right designation. Test Will Prove Whether Constitutional Government or Anarchy Prevails in U.S. One of the most immoral, corrupt and debasing measures in con­nection with human government ever instituted by civilized man was the Sixteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. This is known as the Income Tax amendment and in its actual operation it has proved nothing more than a license for members of the Congress of the United States to rob the citizens of the Republic without fear of punishment usually meted out to stick-up artists who use a six-shooter and mask for the same purpose. For many years there has been in process a movement for the repeal of this vicious clause ln the Constitution and the substitution therefor of an amendment limiting the amount of tax which Congress can levy against the citizen to a maximum of twenty-five percent. In the present amendment, the sky is the limit and in the higher brackets, as much as ninety-one per cent of income is extorted from American citizens by Congressional confidence men. One way to amend the Constitution of the United States is for the Legislatures of thirty-two States, or two-thirds of the nation's lawmak ~ ing bodies, to petition. or memorialize, Congress to submit an amend~ ment back to the Legislatures of the various States which, when ratified by three-fourths, or thirty-six States, becomes part of the Constitution. This long process of persuading the States to act in the matter has been steadily advancing since January, 1939, when the Western Tax Council, with headquarters in Chicago, first began the arduous task of trying to correct the greatest injustice ever visited on a sovereign people. On March 2, the Legislature of Idaho passed the resolution which completes action by the necessary thirty-two States and it now becomes mandatory on Congress to submit the amendment to the States for ratification or rejection. Already it i~ rep?rted th~t ~?embers of Congress are trying to wangle out of the1r plam Consbtuhonal duty to submit this amendment to the various States but if they are able to defy this mandatory order as set dow~ in the body of the Constitution, it will mean a state of ~~1:~~he~"S:!t!~~atsh~!e~~~:::o;:d~ige of Constitutional authority in Morch, 1957 Italians Say Men Should Wear the Striped Pants From an attorney in Los An .. f~~~~:'r~-~~b!i:~~~~1 a~ ~~{~~~~ al which appeared in the Southern Conservative sever al years ago in wh ich he says: "I always have kept my copy of the paper but I can't find an article wh ich you wrote just before Clare Boothe Luce was sent to Italy as ambassador and in which you made some reference to Cleopatra. It was not very long and as I am very anxious to read it again, I am wondering if you would re-print it. I imagine you have many readers who have not seen it any way since it was pub .. lished a long time ago." The editor ial r eferred to con­cerns a closed subject as Mrs. Luce is no longer the ambassador to Italy, h aving r esigned some time ago. However , we are glad to re­produce it for one who has been our subscriber almost from the first. It was titled 111talians Say Men Should Wear the Striped Pants" and was written in connection with the early r eluct ance of the Italian people to accept a woman as ambassador from a foreign power, although it is understood that the lady later became very popular with the people of that country. The editorial, wh ich appeared in the February, 1953, edition fol· lows: Although C I a r e Boothe Luce's int elligence and ability are univer sally conceded and her judgment in selecting be­coming clothes unquestioned, we think the Italians have a point in protestin_g with a shrug ana a shudder tlie pros­pect of the blonde beauty in a pair of striped pants. The lady's Impending ap­pointment as ambassador to that country has caused much unfavorable reaction in the Eternal City whose citizens apparently resent being com~ pelled to assume the role of human guinea pigs in a new experiment with petticoat diplomacy. After all, the Italians' aver­sion to lady politicians dates back to their unhappy experi~ ence with another fascinating foreign female in the long­dead days of the Roman Em­pire. So, perhaps it is under­standable that they should take the same dim view of a blonde from Connecticut which their ancestors enter~ tained toward a brunette from Egypt who tapped their trea­sury, copped their jewels and made bums out of a couple of their leading statesmen. What we fervently pray is that the ancient hatred between peo­ples of the Middle East which has been smolde1·ing for centuries does not boil over and involve Ameri· can soldiers. It is not our fight. The fourteen-year-old boy who won $1 00,000 on uThe Big Sur· prise" te levision program was rob· bed of $75,000 of it in a hold-up by taxing authorities of Washing­ton and New York. Any lawmaker, state or national, who votes for tax measures which commit ex­tortion against the citizen in this manner are on a par, morally, with bank-robbers and other crim· inals who make a profession of stealing money. r­J · p I" r, >r r­is ,,~,.. A Lone Voice From the Right (Chicago Tribune) A complaint has been lodged with the federal communications commission against a weekly radio broadcast by John T. Flynn over a Mutual Broadcasting station from New York. The complainant, the League of Industrial Democ­racy. charged that Flynn ,Presents an " utterly unbalanced picture of current problems" and demanded that the FCC compel MBS to allot equal time to itself or some similar group. This is one of the laughs of the year. The air and television chan­nels are cluttered with "liberals" and Flynn is one of the very few commentators to be found on the conservative, nationalist, anti-so­cialist side. If only one voice gets the chance to preach patriotism and capitalism, things immediately become " unbalanced" to the left­ies. Flynn has undergone a ~.ore than ordinary amount of pohbcal persecution for entertaining his views. He had to hunt up new book publishers and he found that magazines which used to be has· pitable had closed their columns to him. The League for Industrial De­mocracy is an appendage of the remnants of the Socialist Party and was recently charged before a congressional committee with abusing its Heducational" exemp~ tion by engaging in propaganda and political and lobbying activi­ties. We hear a great deal about the "black silence of fear" from lefties who pretend that McCarthy has frightened them out of their wits, but it is to be observed that when· ever somebody tries to speak up for America, it is the same crowd TH& SOUTHERN CONHRVATIVI Deep Blush of Shame Always Follows Petty Human Action It is our honest conviction that even those who still have confidence ~n t~e President's political integrity and who credit him with sincerity ~n his strange official policies, heartily regret his deliberate and pointed msult to a member o( the United States Senate whom millions of Amer~ icans regard with affection and esteem. ?mall~ess ?f mind and soul and total inability to rise above political considerations m the performance of his responsibilities as the nation's elected leader, is not exactly comforting and reassuring to scores of good Americans who already feel they have much cause to be fearful and apprehensive in connection with other of his actions having nothing to do with sodal functions. Certainly the stature of Senator Joseph R. McCarthy of Wisconsin has not diminished because the White House, property of all the people, was denied to him and his lovely wife on occasions when every other mem.b~r of both H.ouses of Congress, regardless of race color or previous condition of servitude, received cordial invitations to attend official receptions there. The dignified and unperturbed manner in which Senator and Mrs. McCart~y passed the ~ncident off apparently without resentment or ranc~r, IS ~loquent testimony to their good breeding. Perhaps they were ~ustamed m the embarrassing situation by the consciousness of their Impeccable backgrounds and antecedents. Ft. Worth Minister Wants Works Of Karl Marx Read by Students Out of a cle~r sky and apropos of nothing at all, the pastor of one of the Presbytenan churches in Fort Worth lashed out at the local school. board recently becaus~, as he pointed out, "Das Kapital" by Karl Marx IS ?a!lned from s~hoolllbraries and students are thereby deprived of the pnvilege of readmg this Bible of Socialism. He r~surrected. a stock argument of pro-Communists which is so old that 1t has whiskers: "How are you going to teach the nation's youth to oppose the false teachings of Communism unless they can come to know what it is that Communism teaches"? While this threadbare gag had little force to begin with, it had even less in the present case In view of the fact that there are many hereabouts who have serious doubts that this particular preacher is especially concerned in having "Das Kapital" made available to young people for the purpose of persuading them "to oppose the false teach­ings ~f Communism". He probably has reasons for wanting young Amencans to read Karl Marx but this is not believed to be one o( them. Perhaps remembering other occasions when this same minister had indulged in ~imilar irr:'ltional outbursts from the pulpit, the school board completely Ignored him and made no attempt to reply to his absurd and ridiculous assertion. :~;Jn~·~~· ~~~tal~~:;, h~~ ~ ·d~~~~ Why More Concern About Communism in him out. Congress of Freedom to Meet Middle East Than in The United States? In Biloxi, Mississippi gard;~~h~0;:a~~~:;.w7daen~~~oi~ti:~if~ t~e~~i~~~~:w~re D~~~~~e:.~ ~~:~~ tentatively calls for the sending of American boys and billions of dol­lars into the Middle East, and went right ahead and voted for it, is an ominous threat to the security of the United States. Conservatives from all sections of the nation are expected to be on hand in Biloxi, Mississippi, on April 18 when the Congress of Freedom will meet for a two-day session at the Buena Vista Hotel. A tentative outline of the pro~ gram lists such vital subjects for discussion as domestic and foreign policy, United Nations, progres­sive education, Federal govern· ment in private business, admin~ istration farm policy, socialized medicine and other subjects bear­ing on the infiltration of Interna­tional Communism into the United States. Mary Cain of Summit, Missis­sippi, nationally~known opponent of the Marxian social security system and who has openly defied the Department of Internal Reve­nue which once tried, unsuccess­fully, to padlock her printing plant, will be hostess to the con­vention and those who know this versatile and charming lady are confident that the meeting will be a memorable event in the history of the Congress, for that reason if no other. A fact we can·t deny; Basic law of the land provides that taxes must be levied for revenue only­revenue to run the American gov­ernment and not for the main­tenance of foreign Socialist states. This unbridled license for the Executive to take over the powers of Congress means that the policies of Roosevelt and of Truman in such matters are to continue in effect, and that the same result will probably ensue in the present instance as in the cases of the two preceding Execu~ tives. · When those two bungling demagogues had loused up the nation's economy by criminal waste of the taxpayers' money and a dep:r;ession was imminent, they managed to get us into a war to save their skins and that Is the great danger in the Middle East where we now propose to m~rch in and take over. When King Saud returned home from a visit to Washington, he called Arab leaders together for a conference, according to national radio comment, and the result was a declaration by the conference that they did not need any help and would handle their own problems. This should have been enough to convince reasonable human be­ings here that it was time to stop interfering in places at least where our help was not wanted. But no, we know better than they do what they want and what they need and we went merrily on with plans to barge in and tell them how to get the job done. If there is a sincere intent to 41halt Communism" in the Middle East back of the "doctrine", at least some effort should have been made to halt it here in the United States where the danger is far greater and more pressing, it seems to us. It is indeed difficult to reconcile our burning desire to stop Communism at Egypt's borders and the persecu­tion and smearing of American patriots who try to root it out of Wash­ington agencies of government. That simply does not make sense. Any member of Congress who, inferentially, voted to send Ameri­can soldiers and American dollars into the squabble-ridden Middle East where great masses of humanity have been fighting and feuding for a thousand years and are going to keep on doing it, is not only contempt· uous of the American Constitution but is also as guilty of theft as if he had sneaked into our purses and directly stolen money. And this applies in every case where a representative who is elected to protect the interests of his constituents votes, instead, to rob them for the benefit of foreigners to whom he assumed no obligation whatever in the oath he took on entering Congress. Page I , U. N. Admitted Ineffective Because of Soviet Veto For months we have been hammer­ing away demanding to know why the United States must chase around over the world doing the work that the United Nations was presumably set up, and is being paid, to do. Finally, we have our answer. We found it in a speech delivered to the Senate of the United States on Jan· uary 29 by the Honorable William F. Knowland of California who, de­spite his capitulation to the forces who seek to betray the people of the South into the hands of the NAACP, is a very able representative of hit people on the Pacific Coast. Also we have enough regard for his forthrightness on all subject~ ex­cept "civil rights" to accept his ex· planation as to why the United Na~ tions cannot get the job done and why the little matter of "maintain· ing peace throughout the world" has bounced back on the United States like a hot check. In his speech on Janu&ry 29th in which he asked for an affirmative vote for the President's request for authority to send troops into Egypt, H necessary, Senator Knowland said ln part: .. many well-meaning person• in the Congress and throughout the country rightfully ask the question, inasmuch as we are charter members of the United Nations, why can we not depend upon that great world organization to preserve the peace rather than to take the action pro· posed by the President of the United StatE's? It is a good question. .. I believe all o£ us , when the United Nations Charter was signed in San Francisco, in my State o( CaU4 !ornia, hoped that this organization might be an agency to preserve the peace of the world for ourselves and for our children ... All of us, wheth­er we were privileged to serve in the Senate of the United States at that time, or whether we were ordinary citizens, hoped that the United Na­tions might be the basis for the pres­ervation of peace under international law. But in th.e deve.lopments which have taken place in more recent yeara we have found that the United Na­tions has, if not a fatal de!ect, a near-fatal defect, namely the built-in veto by the Soviet Union." That's plain language and we can understand it. The United Nationa can't do anything and the reason is because of the Soviet's built-in veto. But what we cannot understand, and will never understand is, that being true and the United Natione being a complete flop because of the Soviet's veto power, why should we continue to tolerate the inept and useless outfit and pour millions ot taxpayers' money into it instead of kicking it, Including the Soviets and their built-in veto, out of the coun­try? That part of the question remains unanswered. From press reports and pic­tures, vice president Richard Nix­on had the time of his life as he went w he e lin g and dealing through the new African state of Ghana hugging black chiefs, danc­mg wtth black belles and fondling ltttle black pickaninnies. In his enthusiasm he apparently forgot that the citizens of the new State of Ghana can't vote for candidates for office in the United States. The Postal Department not only can't keep out of the red but they can't even put glue on stamps in the right proportion. You practic~ ally have to sit on a two-cent stamp to get it to stick. Page 6 Open Letter to Attorney Genernal Herbert BrowneD During your term thus far as at­torney general of the United States, you have shown remark­able and unprecedented concern in preserving the "civil rights'' of certain Americans, notably t hose of Negroes and other minority groups. You have even been so fearful that some Southern Negro's right to vote might be denied that you , who a re sworn to uph old the Con­stitution, have made suggestions for violating it. You have urged Congress to pass legislation deny­ing to white men the age-old r ight of trial by j ury in their own local­ity for the commission of crime in order that you may personally punish a citizen guilty of an of­fense against a black man. You have constantly suggested that Federal officers be sent into Southern States with drawn guns to prevent white people from even protesting the placing of Negroes in white schools, which practice is a violation of both the Consti­tutions and statutory enactments in those states. And yet, in Princeton. Indiana, on February 13. there was a tragic violation of "civil rights" of which you have apparently taken no no­tice whatever. In that small city on that date, labor union thugs became enraged because a poverty-stricken man and his wife continued to work during a strike called by the Inter­national Association of Machinists against a manufacturing company there, and decided to seek venge­ance. These thugs went to the trailer home of the couple, in their ab­sence, and fired seven shots through the windows. One of the shots went through the head of the four -m.onths-old baby of the strike-breaking man and wife. After all, the righ t to work is a fundamental "civil right" and this man and woman in the exercise thereof incurred the enmity of un­ion criminals who not only sought to deny them this right but shot their infant daughter for good measure. The saddened people of that section of Indiana caused the church bells to be tolled through­out the county calling on the peo­ple of that area to pray for the recovery of the tiny victim of the ruthless labor goons. A last re­ports the infant was still clinging to life but the un ion assasins had not been apprehended. If you sent in, or even suggested sending in, Federal officers with machine guns to pu t down the law­lessness of the labor goons which resulted in the cold-blooded shoot­ing or a helpless baby, nothing has been said about it in the press Are you actually concerned in the violation or the "civil rights" of all the people, including infants, Mr. Brownell, and are you gen· uinely interested in preserving law and order in every State? Or, are you merely a small-bore, cheap-skate political hack who is working the "civil rights" racket over-time in order to line up the vote of Harlem Negroes and that of other Northern and Eastern mi­nority groups for "Modern Repub­licanism" in the Presidential race of 1960? It is even hinted, God forbid, that you may be named to the Supreme Court when there is an­other vacancy, but before that eventuality. don't you think, Mr Brownell, that the American peo­ple are entitled to know why you would defend with machine guns, THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE March, 1957 How Can We Run the World When We Can't No Need for Apology Keep Postal Department O~t of the Red? With a ll the respect in the world. we point out to lawmakers of both Houses in Washington who have authorized the President to take over and manage the Middle East that, all other considerations aside. they are investing him with responsibility which he cannot disch ar ge. In business and industry an executive is promoted on the common sense r ule that he has delivered the goods in a lesser capacity and is ther eby qualified for higher and increased responsibility. There is nothing regarding the State or the Union which serves as ev idence that Mr. Eisenhower is qualified to s tep into a trouble-spot of the world and put the house in order since his own government is piling up an indebtedness wh ich is fast approachi ng the $300,000 ,000,000 mark. The Postal Department of the United States is a forceful and r e­vealing example of the managerial ability of the present administration and is a pretty good argument against our attempt to reach ou t across the ocean and straighten out the tangled afCairs of a bunch of Arab nations who have struggled along for thousands of years without our help. Postmaster General Summerfield is screaming his head off about the huge deficit which is building up in his department. is pleading for Congress to gi\'e him more millions to run the postal business and is threatening to further curtail service to the citiz£'n.s by omitting the delivery of mail on Saturdays Carrying the ma_il was one of the comparatively few f tu~cti?ns assigned to the Federal government by the mukt·rs of the Constitution (90 per cent of Federal activities today are wit~out Constitutional sanc­tion), but it has been proved that Federal orflcials <.:an't even operate the postal business without burying it and themselves in a tidal wave of red ink. By this test, and leaving out the immorality and unsound principle of our mixing in the internal affairs of other countries. we simply have no right to attempt to manage other nations when we have so hopelessly blundered in the management of our own. Negro Leader Makes Veiled Threat Of Violence in Integration Fight Emboldened by continued dem­onstrations of par tiality for the we1fare of h is r ace over that of the white population by Washing­ton officialdom and by judges on the Federal bench ,· Roy Wilkins a New York Negro official of the NAACP told a Senate investiga­ting committee that he 'cannot predict what mood might be en­gendered" among Southern Ne­groes unless their objective of in­tegration is accomplished. He said that Southern Negroes have "shown great patience" in the matter but he indicated this mood might change if Congress does not approve President Eisen­hower's civil rights proposals. The Eisenhower ci vii rights pro· posals to wh ich the Negro referred would seek an inj unction against Southern election officials before an election was held on the as· sumption that some Negro might be denied his righ t to vote, would allow the Justice Department to by.pass State Courts in violation of the Constitution and institu te civil suits in cases involving al­leged denial of civil rights. deny "It seems to me time somebody raised a voice to defend the third branch of the government, the United States Supreme Court. The President can defend himself. Con­gress can defend itself. But the justices of the Supreme Court, speaking only through their opin· ions, can never speak in their own behalf".-Roscoe Drummond, col­umnist. They have no defense. W hat they are shouts so loud that what they would say could not be heard. if necessary, a Southern Negro's righ t to vote but refuse to interfere when Union hoods not only deny a white man and woman their right to work but cold-bloodedly shoot their babe in arms to inti­midate them from future attempts to stay on the job when racketeers have called a strike? white American citizens their Con­stitu tional righ t of trial by a jury of the ir peers in the place where they alleged crime was committed and hale them into the Depart­ment of J ustice in Washington where punishment would be meted out by a political commission of the President's choosing This arrogant Negro's state­ment, in effect, constituted a threat of violence if Congress does not do the bidding of integrationists whose lobby, backed by millions of dollars, is operating full time in Washington, and which makes the alleged measly little $2500 ubr ibe" wh ich so offended the P resident's sense of honor during t he consideration of the F ulbrigh t gas bill , look like chicken feed. In such a situ ation, thou ghtful Americans can bu t wonder what would h appen if the conditions were reversed and a white man dared to s ta nd up before a Senate Judiciary subcommittee and threaten violence if Congress refused to perform in accordance with his wishes. ---- "Fortifying the South for its or­deal is the conviction that it is defending something far greater than itself; that integrity of race and that pride of race which all great peoples have-the Chinese, the Japanese, the Arabs, the Jews, for instance and without which no people is worth its salt .. . Before too Long ... it will be seen that the South, in maintaining the act­uality and the great significance of 1·acial differences, has not been 'racist' in any evil sense but has been the defende1· of something permanently important to the whole American people; and that the Supreme Court, in Launching the Negro on an offensive which cannot and should not succeed, has dealt a terrible blow to his ad­vancement and his happiness ... - Herbert Ravenel Sass, noted South Carolina author. (Fort Worth Sta r -Telegr am ) Self-appointed guardians of the na­tional conscience in the North are showing increasing distress over the South 's racial position a nd what they call its u nfortunate impact on the peoples of the Afro-Asian bloc. T his, of course, is a popular po lit­ical gambit- tying one's pet project to the needs of t he natio n's defense. P er iodical hand-wringing over Am­e r ican shortccm ings has long been a fa vorite parlor game with intell ect­uals, but before one is car ried away completely, it might be well worth considering the position of those na· lions where we are supposedly in such ill-repute. Would it be India, wher t> an arro· gant agnostic chides the West while thousands of his subjects starve daily in filth-strewn gutter!';? Or perhaps the liberated colonies of t he Dutch and British in the Far East who have shown such lamentable in­. fPlitude for self-government? Or the Arabic world. where millions go blind for lack of the most r udi­mentary hygien ic facilities? If integration must be defended, let its advo:::ates defend it on its own merit.-:, for when all is said, bus inte· gration can mean little to a spear­bearing aborigine who has never seen a bus. His Expenses Must Be High (Houston Chronic le) K ing Ibn Saud missed a bet when he fa iled to bring his fam il y along on his trip to the Untied Sta tes The sight ot four wives, 60 or more concubines and reportedly about 50 children, not to mention some hundreds of other near relatives, all of whom must be supported out ot the royal treasury, would have soften~d up the American taxpayer. Old J. Q. Public, who has to put off straightening little Johnny's teeth be­cause his tax bill is so high, finds the idea of making foreign aid grants to the Saudi Arabian ruler a little far. fetched. But if the fact could be brought home to him that the world'::. richest man has a harem numbering scores and a nursery of half a hundred to maintain, J. Q. no doubt would feel more kind ly as he takes another hitch in his belt to help maintain the Arab royal family in the style to which it is accustomed. Now it is·reported that the king has ~:!~~~~It 6 ~a~~l%c!e;:;;is~~d:oe!,e ~~~: O?O,OOO. True or not, the upkeep on h1s present large stable of Caddies must run into the big money. It must ?e a severe drain even on his ample mcome, and the American taxpayer should be happy to help him meet hi.s bills. Martha Rountree is a grand American and conducts her tele­vision "Press Conference .. with charm, grace and intelligence. However, she does occasionally dredge up some odd specimens to int.erview. Such, for instance, ns Enc J ohnston, a rich and influen­tial Socialist, a far more danger­ous type th.an his Bowery counter~ part w h? ts practically harmless. An audtence is likely to give credence to Johnston's utterances because of his important connec­tions and associates while laugh~ ing off the mutterings of a S/;:id Row bum who e:rpounds the same theories of government. ~57 IY the hey the ect- ~.~~ rro­hile aily £ast ons udi· [ 1'en ion ight [~: ury, lean off be-to far-be -Id':::. ~e:~~ ~rab h it has cus­$ 1.- ,dies nust nple 9.yer neet and ele­vith nee. ally s to , as .ten­ge? ·­~ ter~ [ess. give rtces nee­. tgh­ih: id THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Page 7 "Brotherhood" Is Shown Up As When Highest Law-Enforcement Agency Phony When The Chips Are Down Breaks Down All Others Are Doomed We are perhaps more familiar with infiltration of American churches by anti-American propaganda than the average person because we have made a longtime study of the subject. Like many Americans with their head in the sand, however, we were convinced that this infiltration had occurred to other churches but not, of course, in the case of the church to which we, and our parents before us belonged. The good old solid, sound and Con. servative Cumberland Presbyterian Church was immune to the noxious influences which have undermined the religious faith and uprooted spir­itual values of other Protestont de­nominations and converted them into political propaganda organizations for the promotion of left-wing policies of government. Other churches might traffic with the National Council of Churches, use the packaged sermons and Sunday School material of this international Marxist group but never the Cumberlands. Or, so we thought. A footnote on the Junior Quarter­ly for Cumberland Presbyterian Churches published in Memphis, Ten­nessee, for use during January, Feb­ruary and March, 1957 says: "The lessons In this publication are devel­oped from outlines prepared by the Subcommittee on Cycle Graded Les­sons, Division of Christian Education, National Council of Churches of Christ in the United States of Ameri­ca". (The Division of Christian Edu· cation of the National CouncH of Churches, In collaboration with two antJ.Christ groups, prepares these les­sons, 81 well as study guides, and audovjsual aids, for Protestant Churches in the United States). And in this same Junior Quar­terly for Cumberland Presbyterian Churches, on the inside back cover, appears an editorial which blasts to Kingdom Come, the spirit of Toler­ance, Brotherhood and Christian Un. ity which Protestant Churches have been shouting all over the place tor years. This editorial for the "educa­tion" of Sunday School pupils says in part: Martin Luther was a Monk and a priest of the early sixteenth century. At that time, the churches of Europe were under the obedience of one church-head who was called the Pope. The Pope lived in Rome; so the Church came to be known as the Roman Catholic Church. But the Roman Catholic Church had become an unholy and un· Christlike church. People did not bring their of.ferings to church as a means of giving glory to God; they felt forced to brine. money to the priests in order to cet their sins forgiven; Further­more, they began to feel that it did not matter much what they did so long as the priests would tell them they were forgiven. They were not taught how to read the Bible for themselves and they did not know how to pra.y. Egypt and Israel are straining at the leash, like a couple of strang• bulldogs longing to get at each other's throats. In such a sit­uation, it is always the one who rushes in and tries to keep them. apart who gets hurt. They did not understand that the church should be a fellowship o1. peoplP. whom God loves. Their re· ligion was just a matter of per­forming certain acts and paying money. Their church leaders were more interested in bribing kings and rulers for political power than in helping the com­mon man ... " This blasphemous attack of one Christian church on another occurred during "Brotherhood Week'' too and as "inter-faith" gatherings were be­ing held in practically every build­ing where spacf' could be found to accommodate them. On the same page church members are urged "to protest when we feel the church, especially our own, is not reprellenting the true spirit of Christ". In our case this was unnecessary as we would have, with or without an invitation, said what we thought about this un-Christian, bigoted and intoler­ant attitude of the leaders of one church toward those of another faith. Maybe the early Catholics did all this editorial says. We wouldn't know; but why bring Jt up now when all the force, unity and power which a united Christian citizenship can mus­ter, 1hould be directed against the enemy at the gates - International Communism which is determined to eliminate all· churches In this coun· try, Protestant and Catholic alike? And it they felt they had to re­open unpalatable subjeclll after the pcu;saae of centuries, why was no mention made of the witches who were burned alive by Protestant preachers in Salem in the days of the Pilgrim Fathers? As one very insiginiflcant member of a great and illu.striou.s church, we are heartily ashamed o! our denom­inational leaders for this sorry at­tempt to revive bitterness, hatred and intolerance of the spiritual beliefs of others while, at the same time, col­laborating with "National Brother­hood Conferences" and such, whose pretended objectives are to unite, rather than widen the breach be­tween, those of differina religious views. And if they've limply &ot to fight .amethiuc, we respectfully suaeest that they direct their fire toward powerfully oraanized groups in this country who, in collaboration with International Communists, are striv· ing for the abolishment of the ob· 1ervanee of Christmas as the birth date of Christ, for the elimination of all releiious iymbols and the singing of Anthema in American public schools, and !or the final emeraence of the American Republic a• an anti­Christian nation. There't a job all laid out for them there. From a national association of physician& and surgeon&: "Permit u.s to congratulate you on the work you are doing for our country and for b1·inging inspiration and re­newed vigor to those of us who love the true America as you do". A fact we can't deny: That a majority of the members of both Houses of Congress have little un­derstanding of, and less respect for, the Constitution of the United Statu as attested by the fact that the overwhelming majority of law& pa&&ed by that body are Mara:ist measures. Surely the bottom has been reached substituted the words "The United in corrupt practices when the head of the highest law-enforcement agen­cy in the United States is guilty of willul violation of State and Federal laws for which offense an ordinary criminal would be indicted, convicted and sent to prison. The American people are indebted to a Washington newspaper man, David Lawrence, for informing them of a very sordid performance by At­torney General Brownell which the nation's press, including the press associations, had omitted to mention. It Is now known that on March 6 this top-bracket law-enforcement of­ficial indulged in a grave and flag­rant abuse of power in connection wiUt the school integration wrangle in Tennessee W'hich has already pro­vided enough deviation !rom prece­dent and disregard of ethics to !ill a long chapter in the nation'.s constant­ly- deteriorating standards in legal and judicial procedure. The suit against eighteen Clinton defendents for allegedly hindering an injunction against their interference in the mixing of the races in Clinton's public schools, wu instituted by the local school board in that ~mall Ten­nessee town and ha~ been 9hown on the record in the Federal District Court at Knoxville as having been filed by such school board. In an action claimed to be without precedent in history Brownell is al­leged to have slipped into Knoxville, or sent one of his agents, recently and States" in place of "The Clinton School Board" who had originally filed U1e 1uit. By this trickery, in deliberately changing the name of the plaintiffs, the defendents in tJ1e &uit may be deprived of their Constitution~ al right of trial by jury and Dut in jail as if, in the words of the above columnist, "they were living in some totalitarian country." It will be remembered that the "civil rights" legislation which Brow· nell and other dedicated Negrophiles have prepared !or the consideration of Congress, provides that the Fed~ eral government may rtep in when they even suspect that some Negro't rights are going to be violated, deny the suspected ofiender his right to a trial by jury, and yank him ot1 to Washington for punishment. Of course Congres.s has not enacted any such legislation yet and all de­cent Americans are praying that they · never will, but apparently Brownell decided to pretend that Congress al­ready has passed his bill giving him this authority and to go ahead and make·believe that he had it. If it is true that he has resorted to the under-handed action ascribed to him in an attempt to deliberately sub­vert the administration of justice and to interfere with the orderly le&al processes of lhe States and the nation, his continuation in office will consti­tute a reflection on the honesty and integrity of those empowered to re­move him. National School Boards Refuse to Endorse Federal Aide to Education At a recent meeting of the Na­tional School Boards Association held at Atlantic City, a move to endorse President Eisenhower's program for Federal aid to educa­tion was thoroughly squelched when a motion to endorse it was tabled. Chief credit for this quick disposition of the matter was given to delegates from Texas, Califor­nia, New York and Indiana. During the session, it was brought out by delegates from Minneapolis, Chicago, Milwaukee and New York that the shortage of school facilities, around which the administration is attempting to build up its demand for Federal aid, is due to the heavy flood of Puerto Ricans which are being brought to this country in plane and ship loads, and disposed in the heavy population centers of the country thereby clogging up the machinery of the public schools. In addition to the stepping up of the number of Puerto Ricans coming into the United States, and against whom there are no immi¥ gration restrictions, the rumor is that Puerto Rica may be serving as a sOrt of way station for Negroes from Africa. It is pointed out that these Africans could easily stop in those islands for a short time and then join the hordes of Puerto Ricans being brought to the United States. Of course the primary reason for the importation of so many Puerto Ricans is for voting pur¥ poses and the crowding of tho schools by such importation is inci· dental. But, once again, we have an illustration of an artifical situa· tion being built up and legislation demanded to cure a bad condition which has been deliberately ere .. a ted. Refugees May Send Back for Relatives Now that thousands of Hungarian refugees are safely entrenched in the United States, they have been grant­ed permission to send ba.ck for hus­band~. wives and children who were left behind. This ruling was made by the offic· er in charge of the Houston Branch of the Immigration and Naturaliza­tion Service, according to the Houston Chronicle. Hungarian refugees who wish to bring llUch relatives here have only to li.le an affidavit of relationship at the nearest INS, the Houston o(ficia1 staled. To make it easier for the refugees, the immigration official said that the aftidavil$ may be filed even witb the Council of Churches for Greater Houston. It will probably be news to many that church groupt are now serving as agenciet of the Federal government. This new order concerning refugees becomes more significant when it is recalled that Congressman Francis Walter of Pennsylvania, CO·author o! the Immigration iaw, stated recently that more than six thousand ol. the refueees already admitted are Com­munists. And still we are all hot and both­ered about keeping Communi<;ts out or Egypt and the Middle East. Page 8 TH! SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Nothing Like Keeping Japan Allowed to Set Its Own Abreast of the Rules on Exports to the U.S. Times We Always Say A new policy of reclaiming lost souls is in operation by the Na­tional Council of Churches, accord­ing to Religious Newsweekly of 297 Fourth Avenue, New York, March 4th edition. Asserting that "preachers aren't the only people who can deliver a spiritual message to broadcast audiences" Newsweekly tells of a radio and television program spon­sored by the National Council of Churches' Broadcasting and Film Commission which has presented nearly 200 television programs viewed over 1500 stations, and heard over 271 radio stations dur­ing the past twelve months under the direction of a Dr. S. Franklin Mack, executive head of the Com-mi s~ ion. Apparently there is nothing dull and boring in these programs since jazz musicians, ballet dancers, po­ets, blues singers and actors are used to carry the message to trans­gressors and backsliders through­out the country. Negro jazz band leader, Lionel Hampton, is one of the lay performers on the program, N cwsweekly announced. Best wishes for the success of this novel venture in soul-saving will no doubt be widespread and sincere but there will in all proba­bility be a lot of old fogeys who will take a dim view of the whole thing and who will question the wisdom of re-placing the time-test­ed pleas of gentle Men of the Cloth for the redemption and salvation of erring sinners in favor of this new-fangled plan to jazz 'em up and rock 'n roll 'em through the Gates of Paradise. Right to Work Law Is Passed in Indiana While it seems incredible that it would be necessary for any State in the Union to enact right to work legislation, we are at the stage in this nation when such step is nec­essary if the God-given right to earn a living without joining a labor union is to be preserved. The latest State to adopt this legislation is Indiana where the measure passed both Houses by a comfortable maiority. The first State to adopt such a measure was Arkansas where the right to work is written into the Constitution of that State. A fact we can't deny: The record of investigating into subversion by Congressional investigating com.mittees in Washington during recent years covers so many pages that it could not be read in its entirety by any American within an ordinary lifetime. ~<[ have never yet seen a so­called civil rights bill of modern vintage which did not undertake to give civil rights to some citi­zens by denying essential rights to other citizens"-Senator Sam J. E1·win, Jr. of North Carolina. Recently a press release was issued jointly by the Departments of State, Commerce and Agriculture in Washington concerning Japan's program for its textile export quotas to this country which the bureau­crats praised as 11significant to the economies of both countries" but which American textile men, who know something about the matter, say is ruinous to their industry. It will be remembered that when Congress surrendered its Con­stitutional authority to levy tariff duties on products coming into the United States to the Executive and the Executive, in turn, surrendered it to the State Department, the authority eventually landed in a bunch of one-worlders and internationalists in Geneva called GATT. Through this GATT arrangement, under which foreigners control exports of all nations to this country, Japan has a distinct advantage over American textile manufacturers bzcause of cheap labor and lower living standards in that nation. Their exports to this country of certain textile products present a constant threat to the American textile industry. When relief was asked of the Prf>sident by American textile men, he refused to act but suggested that he was sure that Japan would "agree" to be lenient in the matter and to limit their shipments of tex­tiles to the United States so as to avoid injury to our domestic producers. In other words, the fate of the textile industry of the United States, is left to the tender mercies of their Japanese competitors who wouldn't do anything against them except cut their throats. In the press release referred to was the following information: "The United States Government was informed today by the Government o[ Japan, in a note from the Ambassador of Japan to the Secretary of State, concerning the details of the Japanese program for the control of ex­ports of cotton textiles to the United States. This program places an annual over-all ceiling of 235 million square yards on the export of a11 types of Japanese cotton cloth and cotton manufactures to the United States with specific ceilings on many items." With no knowledge or understanding . whatever of the textile in­dustry, its needs or its complicated problems of production-or any­thing else concerning sound economy, for that matter-State Depart­ment officials praised the program as a umajor step forward in the development of orderly and mutually beneficial trade between the United States and Japan" and suggested that for the United States cot­ton textile industry "the Japanese program should provide a basis on which it can look forward to the future with the confidence and know­ledge that import competition from Japan will follow an orderly pat­tern". But textile men, who know slightly more about their own business than State Department bureaucrats, felt no such optimism :;tt the pros­pect of Japan continuing to be the arbiter of the destiny of the Amer­ican textile industry, specifically Mr. Charles H. Reynolds, vice presi­dent of Spindale Mills, I nc., of Spindale, North Carolina, who immed~ iately took issue with the analysis of State Department eggheads of the subject. uit is ridiculous and basically unsound to permit any foreign coun~ try to decide how many cotton goods or any other item which shall be permitted to come into this country," Mr. Reynolds said. "The amount of 235 million square yards, or even a lesser amount ot Japanese goods will continue to have a depressing effect·. This quant­ity amounts to the entire production of twenty plants in this country of the approximate size of Spindale MilLs." Mr. Reynolds expressed shock and amazement that officials in government can be 01either so stupid or so dishonest" as to permit a policy which sets the minimum price American textile mills must pay for cotton by use of the loan program; sets the minimum price textile mills must pay for labor through the Wage and Hour law; permits a foreign country like Japan, where wage rates are approximately one­tenth of those of American mills, to buy American cotton for as much as 25 per cent less than it costs domestic mills and to permit foreign goods to come into this country duty free. Such a policy is unsound and dishonest and will eventually liqui­date the textile industry in the United States, Mr. Reynolds concluded emphatically. Integrationists Try to Offset Factual Report On D.C. Schools In order to offset the factual infor­mation developed by the Congression­al Committee to investigate conditions arising lrom mixed schools in the Dis­trict of Columbia, an integration group with the cooperation of an as­sistant superintendent of Washington Schools, has issued a counter-report attempting to disprove the facts brought out in the official investiga­tion. Whereas the committee of Congress, alter months of thorough investiga­tion, found a horror &tory ol immor­ality, disobedience, truancy and crim- A fact we can't deny: A mess cannot be cleaned up with dirty wate1· and before Constitutional government can be restored in the United States, there must be a uni­versal demand that our elected of­ficials live up to their oath of of­fice or resign. inality on a large scale, the integra­tionists said everything was just dan­dy and that the Washington schools really could serve as "an example to the nalion." There is little doubt that the situa­tion there is "an example to the na­tion" all right, but one which self­re~ ecting localities would' hardly wish to follow. It is claimed that circulation of the bogus report of the situation, issued by the integrationists with little or no investigation to back it, Is being paid for by a large Foundation. A fact we can't deny: That there is no such thing as Federal aid to education or anything else. The Federal government has no money to give away that it does not first take away from the Amer-ican people. ., March, 1957 Watch Out for Rigged Mental Health Bills In many of the State legislatures now in session all sorts of mental health bills are being offered. Some of these measures may be all right but the chances are that the majority of them are loaded and will bear watching. Aside from the schools and the churches. the heaviest infiltration of International Communism has been in the mental health field. The International Commission on Mental Health, under the direc­tion of the World Health Organiza­tion of the United Nations is a plain propaganda organization f~r the brainwashing of the Amen ... can people in preparation for world citizenship, and most of the bills being introduced ~n Sta~e legislatures stem from th1s outfit. One of the chief ramrods in this International Commission on Men­tal Health is an old goat up in Canada named Brock Chisholm who by every accepted standard for detecting signs of insanity, should be locked up as a mental case himself. In his book "The Psychiatry of Enduring Peace and Social Prog­ress", whose very title is a dead give-away, he r efers to the teach~ ing of 40nationalism" to children as a "distortion" which must be coped with by psychiatrists and psy­chologists who are out to offset the influences of the home on the thinking of the child. Here is another one of his gems of wisdom in this book which has been circulated aU over the world: uA man who fathers six children is an indifferent fellow who has ignored his r esponsibilities as a Citizen of the World. There is nothing admirable in competing with rabbits. Canada should start a large-scale adoption program of children from other countries in .. stead of having our own. It would have a very good side effect, too, if the children had brown or yellow skins-and as far as I am con­cerned, the sooner we are all inter­bred the better". The whole set-up is shot through with political degenerates of this type who pose as mental health experts and while it seems unbe­lievable, they have roped in many ' individuals and groups, including various Parent Teacher organiza­t ions who are blindly following in­structions and endeavoring to get their proposals enacted into law in the various StateS. · Lawmakers are advised to read over such measures carefully for they will probably find a catch in them. Generally speaking, if such bills have any earmarks of national mental health organizations fi­nanced by the large Foundations :i~~i:~n~t~o~~1e hiT~l~e~r~ft~o~~: they should be dropped like a hot polrer. A fact we can't deny: It is next to impossible for an agg1·essi:t:e, all-Ame1·ican organization or pub­lication devoted to fighting Com­munism to get tax-exemption from the Treasury Department but hun­dreds of groups who are subtly aiming for the peaceful overthrow of the American form of govern­ment, including se1,eral large Foundations, enjoy this privilege without question.
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