Stalin Sculpture at D-Day Memorial Dishonors American Heroes: Join the Protest

By John Ritchie   
June 11, 2010
Stalin
The despot Stalin murdered at least 20 million people.
Victims of  communism
What would the victims of communism and the D-Day heroes think?
Should a bust of mass-murderer Joseph Stalin stand right beside American heroes at the National D-Day Memorial?

For most Americans the answer is simply “no.”

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However, a prestigious $50,000 bust of Stalin now stands at the newly inaugurated National D-Day Memorial located in Bedford, Virginia, in the very place where the valor, fidelity and sacrifice of American heroes is honored.

Mind-boggling, isn’t it?

In the Wall Street Journal, Mr. Lee Edwards, chairman of the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, points out that “Since the fall of the Soviet Union, statues of Joseph Stalin have been torn down all over Europe.”

Yes. Torn down. Not erected. That is why many Americans, especially war veterans, feel slapped in the face, shocked to see a memorial of Stalin erected on our own soil.

Retired Navy officer R. Stephen Bloch put it this way: “It’s a tragic time for Bedford, Va., which now is known as the town that loves Stalin more than it loves its own veterans.”

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Related:

The Wall Street JournalStalin Storms Ohama Beach
The Washington Times: Stalin bust has Virginia town red-faced

National D-Day Memorial Foundation
P.O. Box 77
Bedford, VA 24523
Toll-free: 800-351-DDAY
Email: [email protected]