Monday, May 07, 2007

Some Reds Not Better Dead

Apparently installed by the reinvading Soviets in 1956, Hungary's longest oppressing Commie tyrant, Janos Kadar, has had his final resting place disturbed by a proletarian or two, who made off with his skull, some bones, and his wife's ashes. Graffiti denouncing him as a murderer was left behind.

In Estonia, the extinct Soviet Empire still keeps killing. Rioting following Estonia's relocation of a Soviet war memorial, rightly seen by ethnic Estonians as a malingering remnant of a bloody colonial power, has killed one and injured many more.

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