When an institution reaches the degree of corruption, brazen cynicism and
dishonor demonstrated by the U.N. in its shameful history, to discuss it at
length is to imply that its members and supporters may possibly be making an
innocent error about its nature—which is no longer possible. There is no
margin for error about a monstrosity that was created for the alleged purpose
of preventing wars by uniting the world against any aggressor, but proceeded to
unite it against any victim of aggression. The expulsion of a charter member,
the Republic of China—an action forbidden by the U.N.’s own Charter—was a
“moment of truth,” a naked display of the United Nations’ soul.
What was Red China’s qualification for membership in the U.N.? The fact that
her government seized power by force, and has maintained it for twenty-two
years by terror. What disqualified Nationalist China? The fact that she was a
friend of the United States.