the United Nations Organization — is an absurdity. With no common racial and cultural basis, there can come no rational or consistent policy, no uniformity of purpose, from any multi-racial group, be it a single nation or an assembly of nations.
Despite the equalitarian mythology espoused by all U.N. delegates, those from the non-White nations, at least, are sufficiently race conscious that they form a coherent bloc which, even if it can agree on nothing else, is united in its hostility to all Westerners. It is difficult to imagine anything more tragically fatuous than America and the other White nations of the world competing with one another for the U.N. vote of Swaziland or Upper Volta.
To suggest placing the destiny of the White race in such hands, to seriously consider submitting America in any way to the decisions of a body in which the vote of a Fiji Islander or a Botswanan counts as much as that of a Canadian or a German, is criminal lunacy. Yet that is exactly what America’s so-called leaders have already done, to a limited extent. Mr. Kissinger’s recent assurance that the Nixon administration will fully support the U.N. effort to starve White-ruled Rhodesia into submission by banning all trade between Rhodesia and the United States is only one example of this.