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The UN had prematurely announced to the world that the secession was over. It was now in serious danger of having its forces completely annihilated because of the unexpected determination of the Katangese people to maintain their independence. As supplies and morale began to run low, it became obvious that the UN had made the fatal mistake of believing its own propaganda. It had asserted that Tshombe was a mere puppet of the Belgians and that he was supported in power only by a few mercenaries against the true will of his people.
O'Brien, pp. 249-251. 8. , p. 282. " 9. UN document S/4417/ADD 6 (August 12, 1960), pp. 3-4. Also, UN document A/4711/ADD 2 (March 20, 1961), pp. 62, 68, 73. Also, van den Haag, p. 22. Newspaper article entered in the Congressional Record by Senator Thomas Dodd (September 16, 1961). 11. Visa Procedures of Department of State, report to the Senate Committee on the Judiciary (August 6, 1962), p. 28. 12. Newspaper article entered in the Congressional Record by Senator Thomas Dodd (September 16, 1961).
Immediately, additional troops began to arrive on the scene: The first four of fourteen UN jets landed at Leopoldville. The buildup was both extensive and rapid. Finally, on November 24, 1961, the Security Council swung into action once again. It passed another resolution strongly condemning Katanga for its continued use of mercenaries and then authorized the further use of force to bring it under the control of the central government. The velvet glove was now completely off. This amounted to a declaration of war against Katanga.
The Fearful Master: A Second Look at the United Nations by G. Edward Griffin