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Back in 1928 Judge Brandeis stated a truism which we would all do well to commit to memory and to ponder daily. It was this: “Experience teaches us to be most on our guard to protect liberty when the government’s purposes are beneficent.”
We Americans are a credulous, even a gullible people. We tend to accept uncritically the statements of those in positions of authority. We are generous to a fault; we believe in fair play; we have always been charitable; we sympathize with and attempt to help the less fortunate and the underdog. These traits are admirable, but lend themselves to exploitation by those who are amoral, ruthless.and bent upon the destruction of our way of life.
In the name of humanity, we are constantly being urged to surrender our individual freedom to an all-powerful federal government and through United Nations agencies to support ourselves and the world through the glittering but empty mechanism of the “welfare state.”
There are all too many who still question the fact that the United States and the remaining free world are in the most serious jeopardy. There are all too many who still laugh at the timetable of communist world conquest, which has been advanced from 1975 to 1967. There are the ignorant, the brainwashed or the timid, who spend their time playing golf, bridge or poker and watching television when they should be learning the facts of life and acting accordingly. These are the ones who accept what they hear and read without question–sometimes because they do not want to be upset by unpleasant facts. May God help them and all of us!
There are all too many who do not ask themselves questions like these:
- Who prevented us from winning the war in Korea–the first war we have ever lost?
- Why did the United States withhold arms from Chiang Kai-shek and thus permit the communists to take over free China?
- Why did we not come to the aid of noble Finland when she was attacked by the Russian Bear?
- Why, at Teheran, Yalta and Potsdam–through executive agreements–did we betray Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Hungary, Rumania and Albania–as well as East Germany and North Korea?
- Why did we not recognize free Hungary after their successful revolution, before the Russians brought in their Mongol troops to murder a free people?
- Why did our State Department permit arms to be sent to Castro while withholding them from Batista?
- Why did our State Department lend moral support to the student riots in Turkey and South Korea which overthrew anti-communist governments?
- Why do we recognize and support the communistic government of Sukarno in Indonesia and then give him a royal welcome in the United States?
- Why have we entertained the mass murderers Mikoyan and Khrushchev after stating that they would never be received until free elections were held in countries behind the iron curtain?
- Why do we ignore the extermination of the brave Tibetan race by communist Chinese?
- Why do we continue to give away billions of dollars abroad to provide factories which produce goods to undersell us in world markets; and to support socialist and communist governments, which might otherwise be overthrown?
- Why have we just recently joined the Organization of American States in sanctions against the anti-communist Dominican Republic, while.giving communist Castro a mere slap on the wrist?
- Why, in 1913, did Congress turn over to a private corporation (Federal Reserve System) its constitutional mandate to “coin money and regulate the value thereof”? Who receives the interest on our national debt?
- Likewise in 1913, why did Congress adopt the progressive, confiscatory federal income tax as advocated by Marx?
- How much longer can America survive inflation and ever-increasing taxation and debt, while sharing her wealth with the rest of the world? Marx again?
- Why did we actively support the barbarous destruction of stable and anticommunist Katanga by U.N. forces? And why did our State Department deny Premier Tshombe his request for a visa to visit the U.S., while rolling out a red carpet for communist Lumumba?
- Why did the Establishment agree to “neutralize” Laos, always the prelude to communist control?
- Did our State Department, as rumored, actively encourage the destruction of the Dominican Republic, and Viet Nam, which was accomplished by the assassination of Trujillo and the Diem brothers? And, if so, why? And who dictated this strategy? Why has there not been an investigation of the Dept. of State?
- Why did we fail to provide promised air cover at the Bay of Pigs? Who was responsible for the betrayal?
- Why have we not freed Cubans from communist terror and tyranny that is now subverting Central and South America, as well as posing an immediate threat to the U.S.? Was protection of communistic Cuba the price we paid Khrushchev for the withdrawal of atomic rockets from Cuba–if they were indeed withdrawn?
- Why are we being rapidly disarmed in the face of Khrushchev’s promise to “bury us” and the obvious advance of the communist global conquest? Are we to become another Katanga?
- How many realize our intermediate range rocket bases ringing Russia are almost dismantled; that our manned bombers are being phased out in addition to our new weapons programs? Will the final step, before surrender to Russian nuclear blackmail or to U.N. forces, be an ultimatum to give up all personal arms or be shot?
- Why another moratorium on testing in the atmosphere, when Russia violated the last test ban treaty to her advantage? Are we bent on national suicide? Who are the architects of this plan?
- Why are we admittedly being fed “managed news”? Is this not the tactic of dictatorship?
- Why are law abiding, patriotic individuals and groups being smeared by most news media as fanatics, hate-mongers, paranoiacs, fascists and anti-semites–and even worse than communists? Is patriotism now subversive? Are Constitutional conservatives now conspirators?
- Does not this campaign to discredit conservatives–repeated incessantly by men high in government councils–follow the communist directive of Dec. 6, 1960, to destroy the anti-communist movement in the U.S.A.?
- Why did former Attorney-General Robert Kennedy condone and encourage lawless racial demonstrations sparked by known communist-fronters? Could he have not known that racial agitation and race hatred are basic in the communist plan for revolution in the U.S.A.?
- Czechoslovakia was taken over from within by “pressures from above and from below.” Is not the similarity of the so-called “civil rights movement” and the actions of our former Attorney-General too close for comfort?
- Why has a weak and probably “pressured” Congress permitted increasing concentration of power in the Executive Branch? Are we now being ruled by executive orders and treaties, including the U.N. Charter?
- And why has Congress–in spite of its constitutional authority to curb the Judiciary–permitted the Supreme Court to destroy, by illegal legislative decisions, the police and other powers allotted to the States by the Constitution?
- How much longer will the Congress permit nine men, through nullification of federal and state sedition laws, to protect, by legal technicalities, the communist party which is dedicated to our destruction?
- Why do our Presidents repeatedly talk of “world peace through world law,” when there is no “world law” as we know it; and governments continue to be overthrown by internal subversion and revolution? Does “world peace” mean socialist slavery under the communist-dominated U.N.?
- Is not Fabian world socialism more dangerous than communism? May not the latter be simply a tool of the international socialists? Who finances the otherwise impoverished communist countries?
- How much trust can we place in leaders who believe, however sincerely, that the future depends solely on a détente and close cooperation between atheistic gangsters and a disarmed and defenseless United States? Did not an avowed Marxist assassinate the President of the United States?
- Is there not a word to describe “giving aid and comfort to the enemy”?
- What’s wrong with victory and the preservation of our freedom?
Why are we so stupid as to dig our own graves and ask for a concentration camp or a “peaceful bullet” fired from a “peaceful gun” into the back of our idiotic heads? The answer is complicated, but available to those with inquiring minds and the willingness to learn.
We have been thoroughly and expertly brainwashed. We have become soft through good living. We have lost the ability to distinguish between what is essential for our own survival as a nation and what we are told the world may think of us. We have forgotten that we should support our government and not ask that the government support us. We have lost our belief in fundamental principles. We have become amoral and irreligious. We have lost our independence of thought and action in the expectation that “Big Brother” will take care of us. We depend upon military alliances to protect us, instead of protecting ourselves. We tremble in fear of atomic annihilation and are told that surrender is the only alternative to an atomic war–forgetting that we have millions of allies in the slave states just waiting for the chance to revolt, if we will only come to their aid.
And so we sit, like a rabbit hypnotized by a snake, as the communist plan for world conquest continues to gain momentum.
Lenin said: “First we will take eastern Europe; next the masses of Asia, and finally we will encircle the last bastion of Capitalism, the United States. We will not have to attack: she will fall like an over-ripe fruit into our hands.”
Like Pavlovian dogs we “sit and wait for the drop curtain and the closing gate.”
General George Stratemeyer remarked several years ago that “The hour is a quarter before midnight.” And General George Van Horn Moseley–in speaking of the decline of our Republic–aptly stated: “Historians of the future will marvel most of all at the non-resistance of those who had the most to lose.”
Our country can still be saved, but only through the combined efforts of aroused citizens!
What does it take to awaken the living dead?
- No Wonder We Are Losing. Robert Morris, The Bookmailer, N.Y.
- For the Skeptic. Lyle H. Munson, The Bookmailer, N.Y. $3.00.
- The Naked Communist. W. Cleon Skousen, Ensign Publishing Co., Salt Lake City, $6.00.
- American Opinion Magazine, Robert Welch, Ed., Belmont 78, Mass. $10.00.
- Dan Smoot Report, Dallas (weekly release). $10.00.
- Human Events, 410 First St., S.E., Washington 3, D.C., $10 per year.
- And Not A Shot Is Fired. Jan Kozak, The Longhouse, Inc., New Canaan, Conn. $1.00.