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Virginia Is For Genocidal Maniacs

By Greg L | 6 June 2010 | Patriotism, Virginia Politics | 6 Comments

Statutes of Stalin are being torn down across the globe in recognition of his brutal extermination of millions of his own people, but here in Virginia there are those who think erecting a bust of Joseph Stalin is a good idea.  Go figure.  What’s next, Mike Frey honoring Pol Pot in Centreville?

The world has truly gone mad.

UPDATE: This is going international.  Oh, my.

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  1. Freedom said on 6 Jun 2010 at 8:03 pm:
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    What in the world is happening to us!!!?? We must stop this nonsense!!!

  2. Robert L. Duecaster said on 7 Jun 2010 at 10:03 am:
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    The post should read, “Statues of Stalin,” not, “Statutes of Stalin.” It would be better if his statutes were torn asunder and his statues left alone for dogs to urinate on and pigeons to defecate on.

  3. NoVA Scout said on 8 Jun 2010 at 4:28 am:
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    What is the affiliation between Mike Frey and Pol Pot, in Centreville or elsewhere? I haven’t picked up on this. Pol Pot would seem not to be a particularly popular political mentor anywhere in the United States or even (perhaps particularly) in Cambodia. I’m not getting the reference.

  4. Anonymous said on 8 Jun 2010 at 5:27 am:
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    To place a bust of Stalin, rather than say just simply an informational plaque, is an honor to be sure. Placing history’s worst criminals in places of honor, remembrance and memorial is especially wrong alongside the men and women that gave their lives to protect us from his ilk.

    Statement of Dr. Lee Edwards Regarding the $50,000 Stalin Bust at the D-Day Memorial in Bedford, VA
    June 7, 2010

    Dr. Lee Edwards

    A specter is haunting the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, Virginia-a $50,000 bust of the Soviet dictator and mass murderer Joseph Stalin.

    Clearly, the National D-Day Memorial Foundation knows it made a monumental mistake by including Stalin in its Memorial. It tried to justify its action by adding a plaque citing the tyrant’s “tens of millions of victims” and then to minimize it by privately installing the bust five days before the formal dedication of the D-Day Memorial on June 6.

    But the Stalin bust remains as does the profound injury to the memory of those who launched a crusade for freedom in Europe in June 1944. The honorable thing for the National D-Day Memorial Foundation to do is to remove the bust without delay.


    “The small town of Bedford, Va., is home to 19 men who sacrificed their lives on D-Day, June 6, 1944. It is now also the home of one of the world’s few public memorial busts of communist dictator Josef Stalin….

    … Stalin is infamous for his dictatorial rule of the Soviet Union, which ultimately led to the deaths of at least 20 million people, the largest number perishing during the terror famines he engineered in the early 1930s to collectivize Soviet agriculture. He also entered World War II on the side of Nazi Germany, and only became an ally of the Western democracies when Adolf Hitler invaded the Soviet Union in June 1941.

    The erection of the statue is ironic to some because statues and images of the dictator have been torn down all over Europe since the 1950s denunciation of him by his successors in ruling the Soviet Union.

    The memorial states that Bedford lost the most men per capita of any community in the U.S. during World War II, as the town’s National Guard unit was in the front of the first wave of the attack on Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944. The 19 D-Day assault deaths represented about two-thirds of the brothers, sons and fathers the close-knit small town sent overseas in World War II.”


  5. Anonymous said on 8 Jun 2010 at 6:09 am:
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    “Pol Pot would seem not to be a particularly popular political mentor anywhere in the United States” But Joseph Stalin, who shared with Pol Pot genocidal tyranny and communist dictator tenancies, is?

  6. Anonymous said on 8 Jun 2010 at 3:43 pm:
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    tenancies = tendencies

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