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Political Affairs is the monthly projecting this picture .... theoretical journal of the Communist (Emphasis ours. United Nations Party, U.S.A. In April of 1945 – two Guardian Of Peace, Department
months before the San Francisco Conof State Publication 7225, Sep- ference at which the U.N. was founded tember, 1961, Page 36.)
that journal told its readers: “Great One of the tactics used by the popular support and enthusiasm for United Nations propaganda network the United Nations policies should be to attract the support of the American built up, well organized and fully people is the claim that the Commu- articulate .... The opposition must be nists are trying to destroy the U.N., rendered so impotent that it will be and it is therefore in America's interest unable to gather any significant supto support it. An attempt is usually port in the Senate against the United then made to discredit Americans who Nations Charter and the treaties which oppose the United Nations by claiming will follow.” they are working for the same end as In June of 1945, Alger Hiss (who the Communists. It's a clever pitch, had been described by Time magazine but what is the truth about the Com- in its issue for April 16, 1945, as “one munist attitude towards the U.N.? of the State Department's brighter
young men,” and who was later convicted of perjury for lying about his activities on behalf of the Soviet Union) presided as Secretary General of the San Francisco Conference. And shortly thereafter, under a barrage of Leftist propaganda, the U.S. Senate ratified the Charter with only two dissenting votes. The opposition had indeed been rendered “impotent.”
On March 23, 1946, Josef Stalin was quoted by Pravda as having declared: “I attribute great importance to U.N.O. since it is a serious instrument for preservation of peace and international security.” And in November of 1946 the Soviet publication Bolshevik (No. 22, Page 51) asserted that “The masses know that peace is
possible only on the basis of coHiss, Truman, Stettinius at U.N. founding. operation among
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Pass to U.N. founding conference, signed by Communist Alger Hiss as U.N. Secretary General.' states . ... The Soviet Union is fight- mounted in a manner that was causing ing to have the United Nations as real concern to those running the effective as possible.”
United Nations Organization. And so, By December 21, 1954, we find the on October 7, 1961, the West Coast Communist Daily Worker pointing out newspaper of the Communist Party, to its readers that “ ... it's not the People's World, carried an editorial U.N. that merits your scorn and active entitled, “Save the U.N.” It declared, opposition, but the policies that have
in part: undermined the U.N. ...” That is, the
The U.N. commands a great U.N. must be consistently supported reservoir of support in our counby Communists unless specific notice try. is given to the contrary. This attitude This support should now be on the part of the Comrades began to made vocal. be even more forcefully presented in People should write President 1961. For by that time opposition to Kennedy, telling him the United Nations in the United Do not withdraw from U.N. States was beginning to grow and
Restore U.N. to the Grand more important - to become effec
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And on January 21, 1962, The Worker (no longer a daily) carried an article headlined, “Birchers Take Warpath Against UN Peace Hopes,” to tell the Comrades:
The John Birch Society has instructed its members to prepare a hate campaign against the United Nations. In his secret “bulletin” for members, Robert Welch ... orders his followers to place this anti-United Nations drive at the top of their 1962 political agenda ...
agenda .... It was in the spring of last year that the ultra hate campaign to destroy the United Nations actually began. The origins of this insidious business can be traced to... a so-called “United States Day Committee,” the purpose of which was to replace United Nations Day with “United States Day.'
In late 1964 and early 1965 the Xerox Corporation sponsored a television series to present the most blatant sort of U.N. propaganda. In commenting on one of these programs the Communist People's World for January 23, 1965, noted: “It's not a little horrifying that in our country at this time a pitch is needed for the UN and for peace, but that is the case, and we're all for figuratively hitting people over the head with the message. The (Xerox) program did that.”
And on June 27, 1965, Mikhail Sergeyevich Lvov, an official Soviet spokesman on U.N. affairs, told a Moscow Radio audience: “There can
be no doubt that with the United Nations constituted as it is at present, the consistent line of the Soviet Union in pressing for the United Nations to face fully up to the problems of strengthening peace and ensuring freedom is producing more and more positive results.” (Congressional Record, August 4, 1965, Page A4317.)
In the Aesopian language of Communism the word peace means “an absence of resistance to Communism.” If it were possible to find an island somewhere on which there had not been even a fist fight for fifty years, that island would still not be "peaceful” to the Communists until it had become completely subjected to their rule. And in light of this Communist use of the word, the following Associated Press dispatch from the Los Angeles Times of April 7, 1970, takes on special meaning:
Secretary General U Thant praised Vladimir I. Lenin, founder of the Soviet Union, as a political leader whose ideals were reflected in the U.N. charter.
Thant released Monday the text of a statement sent to a symposium on Lenin at Tempere, Finland, sponsored by the U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (U.N.E.S.C.O.).*
*It should not surprise anyone that U.N.E.S.C.O. would sponsor a symposium honoring Lenin. As far back as 1956, the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee noted in its Annual Report for the year: “What appears ... to be by far the worst
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man with a mind of great clarity and incisiveness, and his ideas have had a profound influence on the
of contemporary history,” Thant's statement said.
"(Lenin's) ideals of peace and peaceful coexistence among states have won widespread international acceptance and they are in line with the aims of the U.N. charter ....
Earl Browder, former General Secretary of the Communist Party, U.S.A., and twice its candidate for President of the United States, wrote in his book Victory And After: “The American Communists worked energetically and tirelessly to lay the foundations for the United Nations, which
we were sure would come into existence.” And a Preamble to the Constitution of the Communist Party, U.S.A., states that the Party believes "the true national interest of our country and the cause of peace and progress require ... the strengthening of the United Nations as a universal instrument of peace.” Clearly, the belief that the Communists actually oppose the U.N. cannot withstand the massive evidence to the contrary.
In its issue for December 12, 1952, U.S. News & World Report noted: “An informed estimate suggests that as many as one-half of the 1,350 administrative executives in the UN are either Communists or people who are willing to do what they want.” A few years later, on March 22, 1954, the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee reported:
In our investigation of United States citizens employed by the United Nations, we found considerable evidence to indicate that Communists used the same techniques in infiltrating the U.N. Secretariat, as had previously been used in infiltrating the United States Government.
Some of these persons exposed in our Government investigation played key roles in the actual establishment of the U.N. itself as well as the establishment of U.N.'s specialized agencies. (Activities of United States Citizens Employed By The United Nations, Page 9.)
Four years earlier, in 1950, the State Department had issued a volume
danger spot, from the standpoint of disloyalty and subversive activity among Americans employed by international organizations, is UNESCO .... Mr. Pierce Gerety, former Chairman of the International Organizations Employees Loyalty Board ... expressed the opinion that there existed in UNESCO a clique of people who placed the interests of the Communists and Communist ideology above any service to UNESCO, and above their own country.”
In 1962, U.N.E.S.C.O. published a blatantly pro-Communist tract entitled, Equality of Rights Between Races and Nationalities in the USSR, the slant of which is well-illustrated by this quotation from Page thirteen: “The Soviet Union is a brotherhood of free and equal peoples comprising 15 sovereign Soviet republics in voluntary association on a footing of complete equality. Under the Constitution of the USSR, each of these republics retains the right to secede from the Union. Each of them embodies the collective will of its people and can decide its own future in entire freedom.”
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entitled Postwar Foreign Policy Prepa- once again, that very attack ration, 1939-1945, which listed the makes the members realize more following men, among others, as being keenly that they are members of key U.S. Government figures in U.N. a community and causes them to planning: Alger Hiss, Harry Dexter draw together. (Emphasis ours. White, Virginius Frank Coe, Noel United Nations Guardian Of Field, Laurence Duggan, Henry Julian Peace, Page 24.) Wadleigh, John Carter Vincent, David Stevenson's reference to Soviet atWeintraub, Nathan Gregory Silver- tacks on the post of Secretary General master, Harold Glasser, Victor Perlo, is especially noteworthy. He was reIrving Kaplan, Solomon Adler, Abra- ferring, of course, to the Soviet deham George Silverman, William L. mands for replacement of that office Ullman and William H. Taylor. All with a “Troika” system. You will sixteen were later identified in sworn recall that prior to September of 1961 testimony as secret Communist agents! the Soviet demands for the “Troika”
This does not mean, of course, that were very firm – so much so, in fact, the Communists do not now and then that Adlai Stevenson and then-Secrepretend to oppose the United Nations.
tary General Dag Hammarskjöld and To the contrary, the Communists others told us that the very existence realize better than anyone else just of the U.N. was thereby threatened. In how repulsive their system is to the mid-September of 1961, however, vast majority of mankind, and they Hammarskjöld was killed in a plane are perfectly willing to attack the crash in the Congo and the position of U.N. and its policies from time to Secretary General became vacant. Here time if their mere vituperation will was an unparalleled opportunity for help to rally public opinion in non- the Soviets to wreak havoc in the U.N. Communist countries behind policies by pressing their “Troika” demands they really want. Former Ambassador and refusing to accept a new Secretary Adlai Stevenson helped to confirm General. But what actually happened? this thesis a few years ago when he The Soviets turned off their "Troika" declared:
talk like a water faucet, backed Burthe Soviet Union has mese Marxist U Thant as Hammarattacked the United Nations, has skjöld's successor, and “permitted” refused to pay its share of the the U.N. to go right on supporting Congo expenses, and has laid Soviet interests. siege to the institution of the
Another unintended confirmation Secretary-General. Thus, as often of this Communist duplicity was given before, the Soviets have pressed on March 3, 1966, when Leftist (and their attack at a moment when pro-U.N.) news commentator Howard the [U.N.] community seems K. Smith spoke at Brigham Young most divided against itself. But, University in Provo, Utah. During his