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Soviet Communists are busy inculcating in their 
youth a strong loyalty to the Russian fatherland and to a precise dogma, UNESCO encourages 
Americans to deny their own children comparable convictions. When there no longer appears to be 
anything worth defending, America will be lost. 
It should come as no surprise, therefore, to find that UNESCO has chosen to locate a western 
hemisphere headquarters in Communist Cuba since Cuba is, at present, the most solid Soviet 
satellite in this hemisphere. From there, it can carry on its subversion and propaganda activities 
throughout all of North and South America. 
An interesting sidelight on this development occurred during a UNESCO conference held in Paris in 
1960. Castro's Cuba submitted a report to the other delegates at the conference which read in part: 
 
Law 680 was promulgated to lay the foundations of a new, more rational and 
effective general system of education. UNESCO experts have cooperated in this 
great task. . . . As will be seen in the following account of the implementation of 
UNESCO's major projects, Cuba, precisely by virtue of the revolutionary 
movement that is the driving force of our country, is one of the foremost nations 
in the world in the implementation of these projects. . . . One token of the high 
regard in which the revolutionary government holds UNESCO and the aims it 
pursues, is the fact that the Cuban National Commission at present has the 
largest budget since it was estabhshed.26 
 
And now UNESCO is hoping that the United States Senate will ratify a proposed treaty known as the 
convention against discrimination in education. What would this treaty accomplish? As summarized in 
a joint statement by Congressmen John Ashbrook, William Ayres, Donald C. Bruce, Edgar Hiestand 
and David Martin: 
 
UNESCO's proposed new treaty . . . would deliver the entire American 
educational system into UNESCO international control. It could close every 
private and parochial school in the United States. It would automatically remove 
education from under "domestic" law and control. It encompasses every phase 
and facet of American education.27 
 
Unless Americans wake up soon and do something to clear away this UN poison in the air, the treaty 
will be ratified and we will then learn the full meaning of Earl Browder's words when he declared: 
Who wins the youth, wins the future of America. 
NOTES 
1. Congressman Lawrence H. Smith, Congressional Record (April 18, 1955). 
2. Undated seven-page memorandum on the official letterhead of the U.S. National Commission for 
UNESCO, Washington 25, D.C., released approximately January 1, 1962. 
3. "Legion¾ Truman¾ UNESCO," Washington News (October 14, 1955). 
4. As quoted by Leon Trotsky, The Revolution Betrayed (Garden City, L.I., Doubleday, Doran & 
Company, Inc., 1937), p. 161. 
5. Foster, pp. 316, 327. Also, as quoted in the 6th report of the California Senate Investigating 
Committee on Education (1949), p. 36. 
6. As quoted in the 6th report of the California Senate Investigating Committee on Education (1949), 
p. 36. 
7. "The Communist Pattern in the UN," speech by Joseph Z. Kornfeder before the Congress of 
Freedom, Veterans War Memorial Auditorium (San Francisco, April 1955). 
8. Who Was Who 1941-1950 (London, A. & C. Black, Ltd.), p. 1277. Also, The Annual Register 1947 
(London, Longmans, Green & Co., Ltd., 1948), p. 568. Also, John H. Snow and Paul W. Shafer, The 
Turning of the Tides (New Canaan, Conn., The Long House, Inc., 1953), p. 102. 
9. SISS annual report (1956). 
10. Congressman Fred E. Busbey, Congressional Record (August 3, 1953). 
11. Reuter's dispatch datelined September 25, 1954. As quoted in a speech by Florence Fowler 
Lyons before the Congress of Freedom, Veterans War Memorial Auditorium (San Francisco, April 
1955). 
12. Ewell, p. 79. 
13. "UNESCO Renounced," Congressional Record (September 16, 1961). 
14. Tom Galt, How the United Nations Works (New York, Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1955). 
15. Lois Fisher, You and the United Nations (Chicago, Children's Press, Inc., 1958). 
16. UNESCO Leaders Speak, Department of State publication #841574 (1949), p. 2 
17. Human Rights: Comments and Interpretations; a Symposium Edited by UNESCO (London and 
New York, Allan Wingate, 1949). 
18. Congressman John M. Ashbrook, Congressional Record (March 21, 1953), p. A-1604. 
19. Toward World Understanding (19 Avenue Kleber, Paris, UNESCO). 
20. Ibid. 
21. Florence Fowler Lyons, Reports on UNESCO, syndicated column (June 24, 1962). 
22. The Syracuse Post-Standard (February 16, 1947), p. 15. 
23. Congressman James B. Utt, Congressional Record (April 11, 1962). 
24. "Communist Indoctrination: Its Significance to Americans," speech by William H. Mayer before the 
Freedom Forum (Searcy, Ark., April 15, 1957). 
25. Military Cold War Education and Speech Review Policies, hearings before the Special 
Preparedness Subcommittee, Senate Committee on Armed Services (1962), pt. 1, pp. 216, 266. 
26. Reports of Member States, presented to the UNESCO general conference at its eleventh session 
in Paris (November, December 1960), pp. 43-46. 
27. Minority report of the House Committee on Education and Labor (July 11, 1961). 
 
If you wish the sympathy of the broad masses, then you must tell them the crudest and most stupid 
things. 
Adolph Hitler, Mein Kampf 
CHAPTER THIRTEEN: THE FRIGHT PEDDLERS 
On January 21, 1962, the Communist Worker ran an article entitled "Birchers Take Warpath Against 
UN Peace Hopes." The following excerpts are taken from this article: 
 
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, 
fuehrer of the Birchites, orders his followers to place this anti-United Nations 
drive at the top of their 1962 political agenda. Steps on how to do his bidding are 
detailed by Welch and are, in fact, already being taken by ultra-rightists. . . . "The 
UN is a tool of the Reds," says the Birch Bulletin. "The only real function of the 
United Nations is to serve as an instrumentality of Communist global conquest," 
is how Robert Welch puts it. And this theme of the ultras runs through much of 
the Birch Society and similar extremist propaganda of late. Its obvious aim is to 
undermine the faith of the American people in the United Nations. . . . 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." . . .1 
 
Throughout the following year, more and more people began to wake up to the terrible menace that 
our continued participation in the United Nations represented. As the volume of mail to Washington 
demanding withdrawal from the United Nations began to reach sizable proportions, those politicians 
who have long had no opposition to their internationalist policies became irate and alarmed. Perhaps 
the most outspoken among these was Senator Thomas Kuchel of California. In a much publicized 
speech before the Senate, Kuchel lashed out at what he called a hate campaign against the United 
Nations conducted by ultra-rightists, lunatics and extremists. Since many of his constituents had cited 
cases of United Nations atrocities in the Congo, Senator Kuchel called them fright peddlers. 
Gus Hall, present head of the U.S. Communist party was delighted with Senator Kuchel's speech. 
Writing in the Communist Worker of June 23, 1963, be said that the Republican party was in danger 
of being taken over by what he called "fanatical ultra-right-wingers." But he made a special point to 
single out Kuchel's speech as hopeful evidence that "moderates" within the Republican ranks