do not subscribe to the belief that an individual equals one million individuals divided by one million. We in Britain, for instance, believe that the State is the servant of the individual—and not the other way round. It is my conviction that this diametrical clash of ideas will prevent the United Nations front framing any swift plans.
"We should only be prolonging the grey misery of hundreds of thousands of despairing human beings if we gave way to the Russian argument, or if we placed our trust completely in an international organisedon which lacked the authority and the means to do its duty.
"I see no sign of urgency in U.N.O.'s handling of this problem;