Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 14, No. 6. June 7, 1951
Evidence Piling . .
Evidence Piling . . .
So far the history of the Movement has been traced and some of its campaigns analysed to show the more obvious alignments with, and advantages to Soviet policies.
The fact that this so-called broad front organisation has expelled one of the members, Jugoslavia, which has more in sympathy with the Cominform, from which it had previously been expelled for deviation, than the west directly contradicts the claim of a broad front.
Quotations from organisations which support the Peace Movement clearly show that "peace" has special meaning for the Movement. Further statements will support this contention.
The next article will show that Communists cannot support such an organisation unless it is working for a Communist World. Some comments will be made on the Movement in New Zealand.
The actual evidence, the actual quotations, the actual situations must be explained by those who wish to defend thi3 creation of the Cominform and instrument of Soviet power.
M. F. McIntyre.
A. W. Cook.
D. C. Hurley.