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The Communist Party of the United States has betrayed itself ! It has turned itself into the tradional lever of a foreign power to overthrow the Goverment of the United States, not in the name of freedom or high ideals, but in servile conformity to the wishes of the Soviet Union and in anticipation of Soviet Russia's complete domination of the American continent . The Forster's and the Flynn's of the subsidizied Communist Party of the United States have shown themselves to be willing, gullible messengers of the Kremlins Internationalist propaganda . There can be no international solidarity with the arch-betrayers of that most sublime ideal . There can be no sympathy for those who have turned the idea of communism into a vill curse to western man. The Soviets have committed crimes unsurpassed even by their early day capitalist counterparts, the imprisonment of their own peoples, with the mass extermination so typical of Stalin, and


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2 the individual surpresstion and regimentation under Krushchev . The deportations, the purposefull curtailment of diet in the consumer slighted population of Russia, the murder of history, the prositution of art and culture . The communist movement in the U .S ., personalized by the, Communist Party U .S .A ., has turned itself into a "valuble gold coin" of the Kremlin. i t has failed to denouce any actions of the Soviet Goverment when similar actions on the part of the U. S . Goverment bring pious protest . Examples Denounced : United States Atom Bomb Test Cuba N .A .T.O . Manuvers U-2 Congo Negro lynching Not Denounced : Russian Atom Bomb Test Hungary Warsaw Pact Manuvers Sobel Eastern Germany Genocide Comhcissiorr EXHIBIT 97-Continued 42 3

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Only by declaring itself to be, not only not dependent upon, but opposed to, Soviet domination and influence, can dorment and disillusioned person's hope to unite to free the radical movement from its' inertia . Through the refusal of the Communist Party U.S .A . to give a clear cut condemnation of Soviet piratical acts, progressives have been weaken into a stale class of fifth columist of the Russians . In order to free the hesitating and justifiably uncertain, future activist for the work ahead we must remove that obstacle which has so efficiently retarded him, namely the devotion of Communist Party U .S .A ., to the Soviet Union, Soviet Goverment, and Soviet Communist International Movement. . readily It is fairly foreseeable that a coming economic, political or military crisis, internal or external, will bring about the final destruction of the capitalist system, assuming this, we can see how preparation in a special party could safeguard an independent course of action after the debacle, an American course


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steadfastly opposed to intervention by outside, relatively stable foreign powers, no matter from where they come, but in particular, and if necessary, violently opposed to Soviet intervention. No party of this-type can attract into its ranks more than a nomininal number of fundemental radicals . It is not the nature of such an organization to attract such a memership, as lets say, the Republicans or even the Socialist Party, but it is possible to enlist the aid of disenchanted disatisfied members of the Socialist Party and even some from more "respected," (from a capitalist viewpoint), parties . But whereas our politcal enemies talk loudly now, they have no concept of what total crisis means . faction The eepps which has the greater basis in spirit and the most far-sighted and. ready membership aetien of the radical futurist, will be the decisive factor. We have no interest in violently opposeing the II . S. Goverment, why should we manifest opposition when there are
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for such a purpose. There are orginizations already formed in the United States, who have declared they shall become effective only after the military debacle of the United States . Orga nizations such as the minute men, or the opposite of a stoical organization. But these preformers are simply preparing to redefend in their owm back yards, a system which

But these prefered tactics now, may prove to be too limited in the near future, they should not be confused with slowness, indesision or fear, only the intellectualy fearless could even be remotly attracted too our doctrine, and yet this doctrine utmost requirers the ktp~mest restraint, a state of being in itself majustic in power. This is stoicism, and yet stoicism has not been effected for many years, and never

elsewhere they take for granted will be defeated militarily/ a strange thing to hear from "patriots" . These armed groups represent hard core American capitalist supporter's. There will also be small armed communist and probably Fascist groups, There will also be anarchist and religious COMMISSION EXHIBIT 97-Continued 42 7

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work is the key to the op future door, but failure to apply that key because of possible armed opposition in our hypothetical, but very probable crisis, is as useless as trying to use force now to knock down the door. e-sa etry-vewe-is Armed Defenses of our ideals must be an accepted doctrine after the crisis, just as eew refrainting from any demonstrations of force must be our doctrine in the mean time . No man, having known, having lived, under the Russian Communist and American capitalist system, could possibly make a choice between them, there is no choice, one offers oppresstion the other poverty . Both offer imperilistic injustice, tinted with two brands of slavery. But no rational man can take the attitude of "a curse on both your house's" . There_ are two world systems, one twisted beyond recognition by its misuse, the other decadent and dying in its final evolution . A truly democratic system would combine the better qualities of the two upon an American


foundation, opposed to both world systems as they are now. This than is our ideal . Membership in this orginization implies adherence to the principle of simple distribution of information about this movement to others and acceptance of the idea of stoical readiness in regards to pratical measures once instituted in the crisis .