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None Dare Call It Treason None Dare Call It Treason by John A. Stormer
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“Free, representative government is predicated on the assumption that the people, having the facts will make the right decisions when they go to the polls. If the press abdicates its responsibility, the system will fail.”
John A. Stormer, None Dare Call It Treason
“The weapons of hate and fear by which the collectivists have moved a generation of Americans to sell their freedom and integrity for security would never have worked had American roots in basic Judaic-Christian traditions not first been severed. God could not be replaced by Government as the source of all blessings until moral concepts were first blurred.”
John A. Stormer, None Dare Call It Treason
“The end will come when businessmen accept "You can't fight city hall" as their philosophy and settle down to "exist" within the framework of a completely-controlled, federally-dominated economy. When fear of a lost government contract, an income tax audit, or the disfavor of a vocal customer is more important for most Americans than standing up for principle, the fight will be over.”
John A. Stormer, None Dare Call It Treason
“The Cold War is real war. It has already claimed more lives, enslaved more people, and cost more money than any "hot" war in history. Yet, most Americans refuse to admit that we are at war. That is why we are rapidly losing - why America has yet to win its first real victory in ... years of "cold" war.”
John A. Stormer, None Dare Call It Treason
“Communism is a disease of the intellect. It promises universal brotherhood, peace and prosperity to lure humanitarians and idealists into participating in a conspiracy which gains power through deceit and deception and stays in power with brute force.”
John A. Stormer, None Dare Call It Treason
“When the Hungarians were condemned to die alone, the hopes and faith of millions of the world's most dedicated anti-communists died with them. Our staunchest allies, the enslaved people behind the Iron Curtain now believe they cannot expect help from America. If Americans lose their freedom, the beginning of the end came in Hungary.”
John A. Stormer, None Dare Call It Treason