Canada: Beware, Beware!

Two members of the Social Credit party thought they detected a dangerous trend last week. They objected to a bill, introduced in the House of Commons, designed to give diplomatic immunity to United Nations officials and employees stationed or traveling in Canada.

Up rose Alberta's Norman Jaques (pronounced Jakes): "People need to be warned against insidious propaganda from [visiting U.N. employees]. . . . People [must] be on their guard against . . . adult education, world culture and science. [Men involved in such things] are drifting toward Communism, or totalitarianism if you prefer. It is not British; it is not Canadian,...

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