Steps Toward British Union – Drifting together – A Carnegie

Steps Toward British Union, a World State, and
International Strife—Part I
EXTENSION OF REMARKS
OF
HON. J. THORKELSON
OF MONTANA
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Monday, August 19, 1940
Mr. THORKELSON. Mr. Speaker, in order that the
American people may have a clearer understanding of those
who over a period of years have been undermining this
Republic, in order to return it to the British Empire, I have
inserted in the RECORD a number of articles to prove this point.
These articles are entitled “Steps Toward British Union, a
World State, and International Strife.” This is part I, and in
this I include a hope expressed by Mr. Andrew Carnegie, in
his book entitled “Triumphant Democracy.” In this he
expresses himself in this manner:

“Let men say what they will, I say that as surely as the sun in the heavens
once shone upon Britain and America united, so surely is it one morning to
rise, to shine upon, to greet again the reunited states—the British-American
Union.”

This statement is clear, and the organizations which Mr.
Carnegie endowed have spent millions in order to bring this
about. This thing has been made possible by scholarships,
exchange professors, subsidies of churches, subsidies of educational
institutions; all of them working for the purpose of
eliminating Americanism as was taught once in our schools
and to gradually exchange this for an English version of our
history.

Drifting Together All Parts(1)

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