WWII Memorial Defaced in Charlotte with Communist Graffiti

CHARLOTTE – The Stalinist vibe is getting stronger across the country, and North Carolina is no exception to the creeping, sinister cultural counter-revolution that is currently being pushed. Anything viewed as ‘problematic’ by the mob gets the mob treatment.

In keeping with that, a World War II memorial in the Queen City was vandalized over the weekend. It was spray painted with the ‘Hammer & Sickle’ – the most recognizable symbol for communism.

From Live5News:

“[…] The memorial at Evergreen Cemetery on Central Avenue is covered with the words “Glory to the day of heroism June 19, 1986.” The phrase appears to correspond to the Peruvian prison massacres of 1986, when 224 people died in a series of riots.

The memorial pays tribute to 5,170 people whose bodies rested at the depot on their way to other cemeteries, and it lists the names of 507 Mecklenburg County residents who gave their lives in World War II.

The hammer and sickle symbol of communism was also painted on the memorial. Yellow paint covers a passage reading, “Dedicated to the memory of the Mecklenburg heroes of World War II who made the supreme sacrifice that you might live in liberty, freedom and peace.” […]”

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Will there be any monuments, markers, or memorials left by the time summer is over? To that end, will the collectivists advance as much over these coming months as they have in the last few weeks?

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