From War Diaries 1939-1945 by Field Marshal Lord Alanbrooke, p. 487.
The date is November 30, 1943. The event is an evening banquet at the Tehran Conference of FDR, Churchill and Stalin.
It was a wonderful evening, full of the most witty speeches on the part of Winston, President and Stalin. On one occasion, when Winston was referring to political tendencies in England he said the whole political world was now a matter of tints and that England could be said to have now quite a pink look. Without a moment's hesitation, Stalin snapped back "a sign of good health!" The President finished up by returning to the tint theme and said that the effect of this war would be to blend all those multitudinous tints, shades and colours into one rainbow where their individuality would be lost in the whole, and that this whole represented the emblem of hope! It was a fine idea and far better put that I have. Finally by 1:30 am I was able to escape to bed. (Emphasis added.)
A rainbow where political individuality -- differences between liberty and tyranny -- would be lost in the whole: FDR's toast speaks to his driving belief in the "covergence" of liberty in America with tyranny in the Soviet Union. This undoubtedly will sound shocking to those educated only on "court history"; however, it is documented and discussed in American Betrayal.